This year, Kent County sixth graders will be participating in an exciting book club. Each month, every student will receive a book in common to read, discuss, and keep. Titles will be chosen by teachers, librarians, parents, students, and members of the community. Tax dollars will not be used; rather, funds will be raised among people who think that reading is a habit worth cultivating and the basis of a good education. The Sixth Grade Book Club is modeled on the 48 Books Program at University High School, a charter school in Fresno, California that is consistently ranked by U.S. News as one of the nation’s top public schools.
KCMS Teacher Team wins Battle for the Banner! Each month, KCMS hosts a PBIS event to reward students for positive behavior. Students must earn "Trojan Tokens" by being prepared for class, being respectful towards others, and taking initiative in school. Students use the Trojan Tokens they earned in their classes to "pay" for admission to the event.