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Kent County High School students pose for a photo with local artists and representatives from community organizations who helped bring the Poppies for Peace project to fruition.

Art students lead Poppies for Peace project

Local artists, officials, students and community members gathered in Chestertown Tuesday, May 23 for the opening of a new temporary public art exhibit, the Poppies for Peace.
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KCPS Asynchronous Day Friday, June 2; Last day of school Friday, June 9

June 2 asynchronous day; last day is June 9

Friday, June 2 will be an asynchronous virtual learning day, while the following Friday, June 9, is the last day of school.
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Kent County Middle School presents The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

Get carried away by 'The Wonderful Wizard of Oz' at KCMS

Theater students at Kent County Middle School are taking the stage to present "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz"
at 6 p.m. Thursday, June 1 and 3 p.m. Saturday, June 3.
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Citizen Advisory Committee new members

Six members named to Citizen Advisory Committee

The Kent County Board of Education has named seven new members to the Citizen Advisory Committee.
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Nominations are open graphic with different sized screen

Nominate someone for the Golden Anchor Award today

The Golden Anchor Award is presented each month to an employee or group of employees who exemplify the vision and mission of Kent County Public Schools. 
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Kent County High School engineering teacher Brett King, left, joins his senior Project Lead the Way students Monday, May 8 for a photo after they showed the Board of Education what they've been working on in the program.

KCHS engineering students present projects

Seniors in Project Lead the Way appeared before the Kent County Board of Education Monday, May 8 to show their capstone works.
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A Next Generation Scholars student from Kent County High School, right, speaks with middle schoolers at a booth during the GAME of LIFE.

KCMS students play Game of LIFE

Kent County Middle School brought the classic board game the Game of LIFE to life for eighth graders, giving them a lesson about the real responsibilities of being an adult.
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Arts in the Garden, celebrating the arts at Garnet. Thursday, Mayy from 5:30 to 7 p.m.

Garnet students meet 'Butterfly' creator

"Butterfly" will be a prominent feature during H.H. Garnet Elementary School's Arts in the Garden celebration that starts at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, May 11.
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Accelerate your summer! w/ QR code

Summer programs from KCPS

Students in Kent County Public Schools will have an opportunity to accelerate their learning with summer programs being offered in July.
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Lead custodian Antone Black Jr., center, receives the Golden Anchor Award at the Kent County Board of Education meeting Wednesday, April 5. Joining him are Kent County Public Schools Supervisor of Human Resources Dan Hushion and Superintendent Dr. Karen C

April Golden Anchor Award winner

One of the school system's lead custodians, who is always ready to pitch in and help with a smile for staff and students, was honored this month by the Kent County Board of Education.
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Earth Day composite photo

KCMS students celebrate Earth Day

Kent County Middle School students fanned out around the county Friday, April 21 for cleanups and other activities in recognition of Earth Day.
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Pre-kindergarten registration

Elementary registration open now

Registration opens this month for Kent County Public Schools' pre-kindergarten and kindergarten programs.
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New last day of school! Friday, June 9.

Calendar change: Last day of school

As agreed upon by the Board of Education Wednesday, April 5, the last day of instruction for Kent County Public Schools is now Friday, June 9.
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Producer and host Robert Drake leads Kent County High School students on a tour of Philadelphia radio station WXPN's studios during a field trip Friday, March 31.

WKHS students visit partner station in Philadelphia

 It was field trip years in the making when about 20 Kent County High School students boarded a Philadelphia-bound bus Friday, March 31.
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