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Kennebunkport Consolidated School ~ Tel-u-GramĀ  for Friday, March 17th, 2023

Kennebunkport Consolidated School ~ Tel-u-Gram  for Friday, March 17th, 2023

Dear KCS Families, 

Just two weeks to go… the anticipation is building… Tickets are now on sale for the spring play performances - Madagascar Jr comes to KCS on March 31st and April 1st. Click here to reserve and purchase your tickets. If you have any questions related to ticket sales, feel free to email Melissa Mayfield at

Click here for news from the Allied Arts teachers regarding trimester two


Warm Regards,

Karen Bubar, Principal



KCS Absence Reporting Form


Important Dates to Remember:

Month of March - Kids Heart Challenge

Fri, Mar 17th - end of second trimester (report cards will be coming home March 24th)

Mon, Mar 20th - School Board of Directors meeting at KES 6pm - first reading of the proposed budget

Tues, Mar 21st - kindergarten field trip

Fri, Mar 24th - Friday Morning Meeting - 8:30 am - KCS Gym

Fri, Mar 24th - report cards go home with students

Mon, Mar 27th - Seaward field trip

Tues, Mar 28th - 1st grade field trip

Fri, Mar 31st - Opposite Day 

Fri, Mar 31st - Friday Morning Meeting - 8:30 am - KCS Gym

Fri, Mar 31st - Play Performance - 6pm

Sat, April 1st - Play Performances - 1pm & 4pm

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


A note from Nurse Pro

Spring is almost here!  Which means it is MUDDY and the playground has lots of puddles! Students are coming in from recess and outdoor play with wet shoes and clothes requesting a change of clothes and I am running low on supplies.  Please continue to send your child in with boots and snow gear, even after the snow melts.  Regardless of age or grade, please also consider storing a change of clothes in your student's backpack or classroom. Tthat way if they do accidentally get wet they have a change of clothes that fits them and that they feel comfortable in.  Thank you for your cooperation! -Nurse Pro


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.


Check out KCS on Twitter... @RSU21_KCS ~ Follow us to see news, updates, and pictures throughout the year. 

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

School Vision: We love to learn together!



River Tree Arts Spring Classes

Brick Store Museum event - Children’s Music & Literature Day