Stay connected and be in the know with Kent School District

Updates throughout the closure during COVID-19 pandemic

  • Tuesday, March 31, 2020 3:37pm
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Stay connected and be in the know with Kent School District

Kent School District encourages all parents and families with students in the school district to have an up-to-date email address and phone number in the Kent School District Skyward system to receive information and updates throughout the school closure during this COVID-19 pandemic.

The district sent out a news release on Tuesday with ways to stay connected and be in the know.

To make sure your email address and phone number are correct, visit If you need to retrieve your login information, contact Kent School District Customer Support Center.

There are also multiple ways to receive information from Kent School District. Discover all the ways to be in the know.

* Emails: Make sure your email address is current and listed in Skyward Family Access.

* Text messages: Opt-in to receive text messages to your cellphone using Skyward Family Access.

* Mobile app: Search for Kent School District in the App Store or Google Play to download for free.

* Website: Bookmark Kent School District Closure Updates for quick access.

* Social media: Follow KentSchools415 on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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