Redhawk Report

Week of 10/12 - 10/16

Conference week next week!

We have seen some great work this week and are excited to start our Fall conferences on Monday!


Conferences are a great way to time to talk with your student's teacher and learn about their progress in class. Teachers are excited to share information about assessments that students have taken and their goals for the school year.


If you have not scheduled a conference yet, please take a minute to reserve a time with your student's teacher. You can reserve a time on the calendar by clicking on this link:


Conference scheduling calendar


We look forward to seeing you next week!

Shout-out to Ms. Jennings and Ms. Tay Alvarez classes!

They had perfect attendance three days in a row! Great work!

Do you need a Hotspot?

The Kent School District will be distributing Hotspots at Neely-O'Brien on Wednesday, October 21st from 2:00PM - 3:00PM.


More information about Hotspot distribution can be found here:


KSD Hotspots

Ms. Furey's class did an awesome science experiment!

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Students in Ms. Furey's class created their own Mountain and River models in their virtual science lesson. They are exploring rocks, land forms and water forms.


Students researched rivers, decided on the best materials for the experiment, gathered their materials and conducted their investigations with precision and expertise!


Well done Squad 210!

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Public Library Resources

The KCLS Library system has a lot of awesome online resources available to students. If you want to check those out, here's a great video with instructions on where to find them:


KCLS Library Resources

Kent School District Boundary Analysis

The Kent School District is partnering with the MGT Consulting Group to work on new boundary recommendations for the district.


This is an important process and KSD is asking for your input. All families in the Kent School District can help by filling out a ten minute survey to help the team understand the strengths and needs of our district.


If you haven't filled out the survey yet, please click on the link below to visit the district website with more information:


KSD Boundary Analysis