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Kent County Public Schools will be providing meals for children 18 years old and younger over the summer. Children do not need to be enrolled in Kent County Public Schools to receive these meals. Please fill out our Summer Meal Survey at to help us better understand the needs of our community for summer meals. The information you provide below will only be used in the planning process for summer meal distribution.
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KCPS Education Foundation: Enhancing Students' Experiences, Helping Teachers Launch Dynamic New Programs

The Kent County Public Schools Education Foundation Fund provides an avenue for community members to support our school system, students and staff through charitable donations. This Foundation will enhance students' experiences and assist teachers in creating dynamic instructional programs.

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Make a donation online or mail a contribution to: 
 KCPS Education Foundation
c/o Mid-Shore Community Foundation
102 East Dover Street
Easton, MD  21601
Checks should be payable to MSCF/KCPS Education Foundation.
Tax-deductible contributions to the Foundation will be used to support Kent County Public Schools teachers with mini-grants, cover the costs for field trips and fund other school system initiatives. The Foundation also is currently raising funds to renovate the planetarium at Kent County High School.

Applications for funds are reviewed by the Foundation board.

Teacher Grants

A teacher and students at Galena Elementary School

This grant program is open to Kent County Public Schools teachers, administrators and staff to help create dynamic instructional programs. The Foundation awards funds to support innovative projects that will positively impact student learning. Interdisciplinary and team-teaching projects are accepted.
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Field Trips

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Another goal of the Kent County Public Schools Education Foundation is to provide extra funding support for field trips to destinations outside of Kent County that highlight the significant historical and cultural resources beyond our community.

Your contribution could help a Kent County student take their first trip to a place like the Smithsonian, where they could see real dinosaur bones and NASA spacecraft, learn even more about historical figures like Frederick Douglass and grow their appreciation for art.

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A Special Capital Campaign

KCHS Planetarium

One of the unique features of Kent County High School in Worton is that it has a fully operational planetarium. 

This incredible asset needs additional support from the community. While still functional, the equipment is very old, with manual dials and switches for controls and cassette tapes and slides for media. 

The planetarium has so much potential, not just for our students, but also the broader community. 

Contact Information

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Kent County Public Schools 
5608 Boundary Ave.
Rock Hall, MD 21661

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Mid-Shore Community Foundation

Mid-Shore Community Foundation

The Kent County Public Schools Education Foundation Fund is a component fund of Mid-Shore Community Foundation, a public foundation designated as a 501(c)(3) charity. Donations to the Fund are tax-deductible as allowed by law. 

A copy of Mid-Shore Community Foundation’s financial statement is available at or by calling 410-820-8175. 

Information about Mid-Shore Community Foundation submitted under the Maryland Charitable Solicitations Act can be obtained from the Office of the Secretary of State, State House, Annapolis, MD 21401.

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