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Each summer, the Kent School District provides thousands of meals to children, some of whom may not get a lunch otherwise.
As students throughout the state get ready to take their annual standardized exams, school districts are preparing to administer the new Smarter Balanced Assessment.
For Ken and June Iverson, Kent will always be home.
Sharonne Navas, the newest member of the Green River College Board of Trustees, said she hopes to bring a new perspective of diversity to the board.
Green River College students celebrated Lunar New Year last Friday evening with a party in the new Mel Lindbloom Student Union, which opened earlier in the week.
Monday marked the beginning of a three-day strike for faculty at Green River College.
Green River College is seeking input from faculty, staff, students and the community for its new program prioritization process.
Eileen Ely has resigned as president of Green River College. The Green River Board of Trustees unanimously voted to accept Ely’s resignation at its Thursday afternoon meeting.
Spending a week last month helping to build a school in the Dominican Republic was a change from Patty Drobny's daily role as principal at Kent's Daniel Elementary School.
Family members of several Seattle Seahawks football players will host a parent empowerment event on Thursday, July 30, at the ShoWare Center, 625 W. James St. in Kent.
Members of the Kentridge High School Robotics Club travel to St. Louis next week to compete in the FIRST world championships.
Kent School Board candidate Trisha Sanders told King County Elections officials at a hearing on Wednesday morning that she does live in the district despite her opponent’s claims.
Kentridge High senior Jessica Lam’s patience and ability to lob the ball on the tennis court have earned her a reputation in the South Puget Sound League North Division.
Facing at least a $1.8 million budget deficit next year, the Green River College Board of Trustees may eliminate four programs to save money.
Twelve families, representing Washington's eight public charter schools – including Excel Public Charter School in Kent – as well the Washington State Charter Schools Association, filed a collective motion last week to intervene in a recently filed lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the schools.
Watching Emily Tea pole vault, it's hard to imagine the Kentridge High School senior is afraid of heights.
When Kendrick Glover was sentenced to 10 years in prison for robbery at the age of 16, he could have given up.
Calvin J. Watts, an assistant superintendent for Gwinnett County Public Schools in Suwanee, Ga., will be the Kent School District's next superintendent.
When junior Caila Tongco and sophomore Jaleesa Taylor became friends at Kent-Meridian High School last year, neither realized they were both among the top hurdlers in the state.
Green River College's Instructional Council and faculty union have decided not to participate in the college's program prioritization process.