The Kent Community Foundation offers ten diverse scholarships to Kent School District students headed to college and vocational-technical schools. The KCF also awards grants for arts and education, collaborates with service clubs and community organizations to celebrate our students with a Community Event. Has sponsored Kent Kid’s Arts Day since 1995 and Kent International Festival Art Exhibition since 2013.
Educating our community about opportunities for giving in the Greater Kent area, increasing the number of scholarship dollars awarded annually, providing fundraising avenues for nonprofits through fundraising campaigns, helping donors fulfill their philanthropic goals, and a platform for discussions with community members is our focus moving forward.
The KDP believes everyone deserves access to a vibrant neighborhood – a place that has a thriving local economy, is rich in character, and features inviting public spaces that make residents and visitors feel a sense of belonging.
Whether you are an individual or business, we invite you to invest and be part of building community. Collectively we are dedicated to creating a lively and thriving downtown.
We support each other:
• Investment, both time and financial
• Volunteerism with initiatives and events
• Encourage people to visit, live and work in downtown Kent.
What we do
• Advocacy Champion our residents and downtown businesses
• Business assistance Provide tools and resources to help advance businesses
• Tax incentives Main Street Tax Incentive Program (75% credit on your B&O)
• Volunteerism Provide opportunities to join our team and get involved
• Beautification Support a clean, safe and welcoming environment
o Wine, beer and art events
o Clean up events
o Annual special events
KEA represents over 1950 educators in Kent, WA. Join us for news and professional connections. View our constitution on our website.
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There are 28 elementary schools in the Kent School District.
Grades K-3 have a target classroom size of 23 students with a student-teacher ratio of 1:23. Grades 4-6 have a target classroom size of 27 students with a student-teacher ratio of 1:27. The highly capable program has a student-teacher ratio of 1:23. Extra assistance is available to teachers when enrollment exceeds target class sizes.
There are 6 middle schools in the Kent School District.
Grades 7-8 have a daily target load of 143 students per teacher. When class load limits are surpassed, additional assistance is provided. One of our KSD middle schools features a tech academy dedicated to transforming education through technology.
There are 4 high schools in the Kent School District.
Grades 9-12 have a daily target load of 153 students per teacher. When class load limits are surpassed, additional assistance is provided. One of our KSD high schools features a tech academy dedicated to transforming education through technology.
There are 3 academy schools in the Kent School District.
These unique schools are a blend of multiple grade levels in one learning environment. Some academies have grades 3-12, some only secondary students. Academy schools assist students with general education and credit retrieval. Our newest academy gives students who have dropped out a second chance to earn a high school diploma or GED.
Blueprint: Leaning Forward Together 2016-2021
Kent Youth and Family Services provides professional counseling, education and support services to children, youth and their families in our community, developing innovative programs that meet the evolving challenges of our diverse community in culturally sensitive ways.
Our goal is to empower youth and their families to meet their needs while being committed and responsible to the citizens of the Kent and Covington communities.
The staff of Kent Youth and Family Services has been dedicated to providing services for children and their families for over 41 years.
Please visit our website at http://www.kyfs.org for more information about us including our programs, events, and stories or to make a donation. We thank you for your support!
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Saturday 10 am – 1:30 pm
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King County Councilman Reagan Dunn has spent his legal career fighting to make our communities safer through his leadership on criminal justice policy, his work as a federal prosecutor, and his dedication to providing legal representation to those in our community most in need.
Reagan was first appointed to the King County Council in February, 2005 to fill the vacancy created by Rob McKenna’s election as Washington State Attorney General. Reagan was then elected in November, 2005 and re-elected in 2009 with 78 percent of the vote. He now represents more than 220,000 citizens in Southeast King County.
Take a look at our 2020-2021 Membership Publication. Our printed directory has arrived! Welcome new and continuing members!