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Applications for Board of Trustees Open Seat - due Friday, 1/25/2019 by noon

Incoming 7th Grade Families - Tdap Vaccine Proof due by Friday, 1/25/2019

Attention Sixth Grade Parents - Tdap Requirement

  • Tdap vaccine proof due by January 25, 2019

Your child will need to provide proof that he/she has received the Tdap vaccine as a requirement for entrance to seventh grade. This Tdap booster is an additional requirement to the five doses of DTaP that were needed for kindergarten. It is important to note that students who do not provide the updated proof of immunizations will be unable to register for seventh grade enrichment classes.

Attention Third-Eighth Grade Families - Student Survey Information

Attention Eighth Grade Parents

Upcoming Safe Routes Walk & Roll Days

  • January 30, 2019: Visit the Walk & Roll Welcome table to pick up your sticker or trinket for walking, biking, and carpooling to school.

Safe Routes is starting a Wednesday Walk and Roll to School Day welcome table. Please sign up to host the table and hand out “trinkets” to the kids who walk or carpool to school.

Technology and Innovation Programs Workshop at the February 12, 2019 Board Meeting - 4-5 p.m.

  • Join the Board of Trustees to learn more about technology and innovation in our district.
  • The regular board meeting will begin at 5 p.m.

Caring For Our Community

Please make sure that in your travels to and from our campuses you display good citizenship and neighborliness. A recent visit from a Bacich neighbor who came with photos of his side yard full of litter and trash from people passing by prompted this reminder. While no one thinks our students or families are intentionally dumping their papers, cans, and bottles in our neighborhood, individual pieces of trash add up and create a real eyesore and problem for the homeowner whose yard is impacted. Living near a school can be challenging in the best of times. When that school is under construction, the limits of patience can be tested. We don't want to add to the stress with careless littering.

New Website Feature

KSD Website Search Toolbar

A search function can now be found on the top right corner of the Kentfield, Bacich, and Kent websites. Thank you to Andrew Korff, the district's Technology Director for creating a custom search capability for the websites.