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Today, 7/24/2014
High: 76 Low: 55
Chance rain showers
41% chance of precipitation.
Tomorrow, 7/25/2014
High: 80 Low: 57
Mostly sunny
1% chance of precipitation.

IXL Math is available all summer long. IXL is a comprehensive, standards-aligned math program offering unlimited practice in thousands of skills. One of the best things about IXL is that students in grade 1 - 4 can access it from school and from home!  Your child should know their user name and password. Practice math skills using IXL Math at home this summer.

Raz-Kids will be available all summer! Animated Digital Stories are an enjoyable activity which adds to our reading practice.  It's a great place to listen, read books & take a short comprehension quiz. Raz-Kids is Mobile! Download it free from iTunes to your iPad or get it on Google Play for your Andriod Tablet or at the Amazon App Store for your Kindle Fire. Students can continue to log on in their current class. Happy Reading!  Raz-Kids

Upcoming Events

Tuesday, August 19
Board of Education Mtg., CHS Library, 7:30 p.m.
NOTE: The Board is expected to enter into Executive Session at 6:45 p.m. and the regular public meeting is expected to resume at 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday, August 26
Board of Education Building Tour, Begins at District Office, 5:00 p.m.
Wednesday, August 27
Superintendent's Conference Day - No School for Students
Thursday, August 28
Superintendent's Conference Day - No School for Students
Monday, September 1
Labor Day -- No School

Recycling Program

Capri Sun Juice Wrappers earn money for KPS. The students at KPS are pitching in by recycling aluminum juice pouches. Kent Primary found an organization called Terracycle that will re-purpose these juice pouches into neat things like tote bags, purses and even pencil cases.  The best part is that KPS receives 2 cents for each juice pouch.  Mrs. Peck's 1st grade students are in charge of collecting, rinsing and packaging the juice pouches.  We can use your help by collecting the pouches at home and sending them into us in September and throughout the year.  Here's how: 1. Please cut the top off just under the top seam (above the spot for the straw). 2. Rinse them out with just warm water. 3. Allow them to dry out before putting them in a Ziploc for us.  You can find out more by visiting the website: