Nathan Kendig becomes the second person to ever receive this honor; and other district news.
The Kennett Consolidated School District has reached an agreement with Superintendent Dr. Barry Tomasetti on a five-year contract extension.
Kennett Consolidated School District and the Unionville-Chadds Ford School District will sponsor the Annual Kennett/Unionville Community Breakfast on June 7.
Uncle Irv for the week of April 30, 2014.
“The goal is to make it so that even the lowest-income workers would have access to affordable, reliable childcare. Those children need the same great start as other children.” ~ Jackie Maas, executive director
“The Kennett Consolidated School District's administration and the Kennett Education Association worked respectfully and patiently in partnership to reach a fair contract agreement for all.” ~ School board president Heather Schaen
A 2.51 percent tax increase would be necessary now, but officials hope to continue to close budget gap before a final budget is adopted
In Chester County, four school districts will receive a total of $179,000 to go towards school safety.
Members of the KCSD were recognized for their public service over School Board Directors Month.
Potential tax increase to be between 2.5 and 2.9 before the school board adopts the preliminary budget.