Kent School District Students has partnered with Washington FIRST Robotics to help KSD students become science and technology leaders. By engaging students in a technology based team atmosphere the programs inspires innovation, as well as confidence in communication, helping students reach their highest potential.
The Kent School District serves over 70 square miles of south King County including the cities of Kent, Covington, and portions of Auburn, Black Diamond, Maple Valley, Renton, and SeaTac. The District is one of the most diverse in the state and country with over 135 languages spoken by its students and is highly regarded for its excellent teaching corps, steadily improving academic achievement, commitment to all students, strong financial management, innovative classroom technology, and coordinated school safety.
For more information, www.kent.k12.wa.us/IT
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