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Capital School District is participating in the Summer Food Service Program. Meals will be provided to all children without charge and are the same for all children regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability, and there will be no discrimination in the course of the meal service. Meals will be provided, at a first come, first serve basis. Click here for locations and times within Capital School District.  For the nearest location to you, visit https://www.fns.usda.gov/summerfoodrocks



Welcome to Kent County Community School



65-1 Carver Road
Dover, DE 19904
Phone: 302-672-1960
Fax: 302-672-1579

James Mark, Principal
Robert Bennett, Associate Principal
Katie Fitzgerald, Associate Principal
 

KCCS WALK FOR AUTISM
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KCCS Staff  and Friends take time to participate in the Walk for Autism on Saturday, April 14th at Cape Henlopen State Park. The Walk for Autism is a yearly event to raise awareness and money to provide support to families dealing with autism. The turn out by Staff and Friends was great.  Thank you to Sami Leloux for coordinating this event.


 

 

 
2018 KCCS Teacher of the Year Ashley Crawford
 
 

 

  

FIRST PAYCHECK
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Jack Stomieroski, age 17, proudly displays his hard-earned, first paycheck ever, earned while working at Goodwill.

"Goodwill GOODWorks" is a 12 week program operated by Goodwill of Delaware. Classroom instruction is paired with hands-on training in the Camden Goodwill store. During this paid work-based internship, students learn soft skills needed to gain and maintain employment, as well as retail sorting, processing and stocking.

Jack is a STAR student, attending Dover High School, Class of 2019. He started at KCCS in kindergarten, when the Capital DAP was in its second year as a program. Jack has also learned various jobs during his internship at Hartly earlier this year, he will intern at Walgreens and Dover Downs this summer, and looks forward to more interesting opportunities during his senior year.

Jack is an avid bowler, and has been competing on the Dover Youth Bowling League for three years, with a 155 average. He enjoys participating in Special Olympics Sports, and has medaled in swimming, softball, basketball, biking, golf, bocce, and of course, bowling. In his free time, Jack loves cruising around on his scooter, walking on the beach, or hiking with his dog, Cairo.

 

 

Project SEARCH Welcomes Class of 2018

Ten student interns have committed to participate in Project SEARCH, a high school transition program designed for students ages 18-21 seeking to learn independent living skills as well as transferrable, marketable job skills. In addition to classroom instruction, students will rotate through three different ten week internship rotations at Bayhealth, host business for Project SEARCH.

 
 
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