Dear parents and community members:
Returning to in-person learning four days per week
After Spring Break, about two-thirds of our Kent students will return to in-person learning four days per week. On Tuesday, April 6, the K-12 students, who have been attending school two days a week will now attend four days a week—from Tuesday through Friday. This group, called Cohort A and B, makes up about 2,000 of Kent’s approximately 3,000 students.
Those students in Cohort C, whose families chose 100 percent remote learning, will continue in 100 percent remote learning for the rest of this school year. Mondays will be used for state assessments and teacher follow-up on students from all cohorts. Preschool will continue with its current schedule. Masks will be required with frequent sanitizing, hand washing and social distancing.
View this link to see photos and details about a number of projects funded by the “No New Tax” Bond Issue.
Kent City Schools – A “District-Wide” Renovation Project
Teachers, staff receive second vaccinations
More than 510 teachers and staff members received their second COVID vaccines on March 22. A vaccination clinic staffed by a collaborative effort between members of the Kent City Health Department, Kent Fire Department, Kent City Schools Administration/Board Office staff and Portage County Health District took place at Stanton Middle School.
New students who live in Kent can enroll for Fall 2021
New to Kent? Do you have a child who will be five years old on or before August 1, 2021? Resident enrollment for the 2021-2022 school year is now open. Please click “Enroll Now!” on this web page tab and follow the prompts.
See the 2021-2022 school calendar
Find the 2021-22 school calendar at www.kentschools.net/calendar.
Thank you again for your continued support of the Kent City Schools.
George J. Joseph
Superintendent of Schools