Category Archives: Education

Chesapeake Bay Studies Incorporates STEM at Kent School

Kent School students in Grade 4 and Grade 7 recently engaged in STEM activities related to their Chesapeake Bay Studies curriculum. Continue reading

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Kent School to Host Empty Bowls Benefit – November 3, 2017

On Friday, November 3, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. Kent School is hosting an Empty Bowls event to benefit the Kent County Food Pantry Continue reading

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Washington College Creates New Role of Associate Dean for International Education; Japan Scholar Andrew Oros Begins Three-Year Term

Washington College September 28, 2017 – CHESTERTOWN, MD Washington College Provost Patrice DiQuinzio has appointed Andrew Oros, professor of political science and international studies, to a new position of Associate Dean for International Education. In this role, Oros will help … Continue reading

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PoTW: Pinwheels for Peace at KCHS

Students created pinwheels for the International Day of Peace and on the morning of September 21, 2017 they placed pinwheels at the entrance of the High School. Continue reading

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Kent School Students Certified as Chester Testers

In mid-September Emily Harris, Watershed Coordinator of the Chester River Association, visited Kent School to train and certify Grade 8 students to become Chester Testers. Continue reading

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KCPS to Hold Community Meetings for Facility Strategic Plan

KCPS is developing a Facility Strategic Plan for future facility usage and configuration. We are asking the community to provide input into future school facility requirements. You are invited to attend one of the community input meetings to provide insights and suggestions into school facilities. Continue reading

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