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Kennebunkport Consolidated School ~ Tel-u-GramĀ  for Friday, June 2nd, 2023

Kennebunkport Consolidated School ~ Tel-u-Gram  for Friday, June 2nd, 2023


Dear KCS Families, 


Wednesday night, we held a KCS Arts Night and it was fabulous! I’d like to thank the allied arts team for all of their time and energy put into making the event all that it was for our community. Also, thanks to KCPTA for helping with the food and decor in the garden area (aka Moose Courtyard). The fifth grade band students played their instruments beautifully. Students were able to guide their families around the building to find their wonderful works of art from art, music, STEM, and Spanish classes. We had a great turnout, so thanks to all the families who joined us and made it a success!


If your child is interested in continuing to read over the summer, check out this resource from our librarian, Lucy Welles. Summer Reading programs


Warm Regards,

Karen Bubar, Principal



KCS Absence Reporting Form


Important Dates to Remember:

Mon, June 5th - school board of directors meeting - KES 6pm

Tues, June 6th - 5th grade field trip (tour of MSK)

Tues, June 6th - 5:30-6:30 pm - KCPTA meeting - KCS Library

Wed, June 7th - early release day - noon dismissal

Fri, June 9th - Friday Morning Meeting - 8:30 am 

Fri, June 9th - Immigration Day activities for 4/5 classes

Mon, June 12th - full school field trip 

Tues, June 13th - full school field day (rain date Wednesday, June 14th)

Fri, June 16th - last day of school - step up to next grade level - report cards will go home with students - early release - noon dismissal - HAPPY SUMMER!


Mark Your Calendars:  Circus Smirkus - August 10th & 11th (1:00 pm and 6:00 pm shows both days)


For those of you who are planners, the school board of directors recently approved the RSU 21 Instructional Calendar for the 2023-24 school year.   Link for Instructional Calendar


On Wednesday night, a key chain was found in the moose courtyard. It doesn’t have any keys on it, so it could just be a souvenir. But, I’d be happy to reunite it with its rightful owner. If you’re missing a keychain without keys and can describe it to me, we can coordinate getting it back to you.


Community Resources  In a moment of crisis, you do not have to be alone. Sometimes you need a conversation--not an internet search. Dial 2-1-1 for the Maine Hotline. This service can help with issues like acute crisis, financial assistance, mental health, addiction treatment, health care, or heating and utilities assistance. Additionally, the national Suicide Hotline is 9-8-8. 

Here is a list of more resources available to everyone throughout our district and beyond.


DISTRICT MISSION: Developing productive global citizens by building knowledge and character

School Vision: We love to learn together!



Fall Clash letter


McClelland Fund Flyer