General Information

  • Return to In-Person Learning Survey Available Through January 25

    Complete the Family Return to In-Person Learning Survey by 12:00 p.m. on Monday, January 25

    • This survey will ask for your student's name, grade, and school so that we can plan for adequate staff, but this is not a final commitment.
    • Student level information is critical for planning.
    • Individual family responses will not be published.
    • KSD staff are also completing a survey during this time.

    Read the full update from January 15, 2021.

    Find answers to frequently asked questions about the return to in-person learning.

    Remote Learning Continues through January 28

    As announced on October 16, the Kent School District will remain in remote learning for the first semester of this year through January 28.

    Revised School Reopening Guidelines

    Governor Jay Inslee and Superintendent of Public Instruction Chris Reykdal announced an update in the metrics recommended for local school district decisions for in-person learning on December 16, 2020. 

    COVID icon in a red circle High COVID-19 Activity: >350 cases/100K/14 days, test positivity >10%

    COVID icon in an orange cirlce Moderate COVID-19 Activity: 50-350 cases/100K/14 days, test positivity 5-10%

    COVID icon in a green cirlce Low COVID-19 Activity: <50 cases/100K/14 days, test positivity <5%.

    Our reopening plan will be finalized for all schools by February 1, 2021, so that we are prepared to safely reopen when we reach and sustain moderate COVID-19 activity in our KSD community.

    Read the full message from Dr. Watts in the December 17, 2020, update

     

    COVID-19 Trends in the KSD Community

    We continue to monitor COVID activity data published by Public Health - Seattle & King County. View the King County Dashboard to see COVID-19 activity for all cities within the Kent School District boundaries.

KSD Community COVID-19 Activity

  • Moderate COVID-19 Activity Goal Kent School District will begin to phase in hybrid learning by grade level(s) when we reach and sustain moderate COVID-19 activity in King County, Covington, and Kent following the Washington State Department of Health guidelines.
  • King County: 352 (High) 352 positive cases per 100,000 residents for the 14-day period ending January 9, 2021.
  • Covington: 494.0 (High) 494.0 positive cases per 100,000 residents for the 14-day period ending January 13, 2021.
  • Kent: 472.4 (High) 472.4 positive cases per 100,000 residents for the 14-day period ending January 13, 2021.

Updates

Helpful Links

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  • COVID-19 Resources
  • Free Meals
  • Frequently Asked Questions
  • Reopening Plan
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