Due to scheduling issues Mondays Awards Night will be pushed back a day to Tuesday June 13th beginning at 6:30 PM. We will start the night with Track, followed by Softball and Baseball. I apologize for the change but softball has an All District meeting in Deckerville at 6:00 pm Monday and the coaches must attend.
1 day ago, Carl Nicol
Looking to try something new this Summer? How about learning to fly RC planes? Contact Mr Herman for more information.
7 days ago, John Herman
summer rc flying information
Congratulations to Jr. High track team members qualifying for last night's Mid Michigan MEGASTAR meet in Shepherd: Thijs van Rijn, William Welch, Hudson Groner, Brennan Robinson, Brianna Rayl, Lillian Mouton, Payton King, Norah Kiley, Jocelyn Tetil, and Violet Tetil. A special congratulations to Violet Tetil, who placed 5th in the 800, and Norah Kiley, who placed 4th in the two mile.
8 days ago, Jenna Tetil
The 2023 Spring Sports Awards will be on Monday June 12th beginning at 6:30 in the High School cafeteria. We have had another great season of sports, please come and help us honor those athlete's. GOooooo Cardinals!!
9 days ago, Carl Nicol
Kingston Community Schools seeks to add an individual who will administer the business affairs of the district in such a way as to provide the best possible educational services with the financial resources available.
10 days ago, Shona Vennevy
Business Manager
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Kingston Community Schools seeks an individual who is passionate about delivering quality culinary experiences for staff and students.
10 days ago, Shona Vennevy
Head Cook
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Sports Physical Opportunity for all Athletes: Sports physicals and/or child wellness check ups for both males and females will take place at Dr. Kramer’s clinic on Monday, June 12 2023. Please, notify the school office if you would like a sports physical. Pre-registration required by June 1st, although no one will be turned away that has the form completed the day of. The fee for Physicals will be $20.00 and Hills & Dales will be donating a portion of the proceeds back to the school.
10 days ago, Matt Drake
Todays Varsity Baseball game at Akron-Fairgrove in now just a single game and will begin at 5:30. Bus will leave at 4:15
15 days ago, Carl Nicol
The 5th graders are enjoying designing, building and learning with our new maker space items. Students are collaborating to design and build items from motorcycles to log homes with Tinker Toys, K'Nex, Lincoln Logs and Legos. They have also used our mini robots (Ozobots) to learn about the solar system. Check it out!
16 days ago, Danielle Pomaville
Architects in the making!
Designed and built together
Ozobots are out of this world!
We took some of our 11th grade students to the MiCareerQuest event in Flint today. They had a blast with all of the hands on opportunities. We even got to see a Kingston Alumni, Joey Cryderman, hard at work! We are so glad we can provide these opportunities to our students.
16 days ago, Brittany Wolverton
We will have a Kona Ice truck at the High School on Friday from 1:15-2:50, drinks will be $2. This will be open to all of our 7th-11th graders.
18 days ago, Mike Seaman
If you have a 4 year old and haven't signed them up for pre-school yet, please see the following link for GSRP enrollment. If you have any questions, please contact the elementary office. 989-683-2284 https://drive.google.com/file/d/1mn1F87rbTppx_1I_333iJaw0n84uQDvr/view?usp=sharing
18 days ago, Justin Diegel
Congratulations to both our boys and girls track teams for winning regionals tonight! More details to follow. 🏆🏆
20 days ago, Jenna Tetil
On Tuesday, Kingston Varsity Track team traveled to Akron Fairgrove. Congratulations to the Varsity Boys Track team for winning first place at the League meet and the Varsity Girls Team for finishing 3rd overall.
22 days ago, Jessica Flikkie
Varsity Boys
Varsity Girls
Tuesday the Tuscola Technology Center hosted the annual Turnaround Student Luncheon. Each school in the county honors one senior each year with the Turnaround Student Award. Students are nominated by staff at each school and this year Kevin McNeil was named Kingston's recipient. Kevin has made great strides in his time here at Kingston and will be graduating with his class in a few weeks. He is also finishing his 2nd year as a TTC student in the Construction program after co-oping with a local construction company earlier this year. Congratulations to Kevin and his family for this honor!
23 days ago, Beth Hunter
Ms. Hunter and Kevin MeNeil at the Turnaround Luncheon
It was a big day for the Kingston RC Club today. They competed against 30 other schools from around the state in a variety of racing and presentation events. The team brought home two trophies. One for "perfect pitch" a one minute verbal presentation and one for a five minute video production detailing the teams chemistry and work process. McKenzie Scott and Hunter Gavin teamed up for the pitch and James McCall created the content and edited the video presentation. Cardinal proud of all ten of these student/engineers!
24 days ago, Matt Drake
Just a reminder. Some of the medical services offered on the June 12th Healthy Kids Day require a scheduled appointment. See the attached flyer for details.
25 days ago, Matt Drake
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If you will be attending the Jr High Track Regional on Thursday May 18th it is an MHSAA sponsored event, therefor all spectators will need a ticket. The cost is $7. Go to the attached link to purchase your ticket(s) Field events at 3:15, Running events at 4:15 https://gofan.co/app/events/992729?schoolId=MI80679
25 days ago, Carl Nicol
Last Call for Spring Fling Tickets!!!! Money is due by the end of the school day on Monday May 15th. Tickets are $20.
28 days ago, Mike Seaman
On Tuesday, our 6th grade Cardinals traveled to SVSU to participate in their first Destination Imagination competition! These students have been brainstorming, collaborating, building, rebuilding, writing, editing, designing and so much more for the last 5 weeks to prepare to go to SVSU. Students got to choose between building the strongest weight bearing structure, writing a skit and performing a short skit, designing using only recyclable materials or a combination of each. At SVSU, students toured the museum, participated in STEM challenges with students from Port Huron, Reese and Bad Axe, and got to eat lunch at the college cafeteria - definitely a highlight of the day! It was a great experience and we are thankful for the guidance from Mrs. Rikki Clarent from the Tuscola ISD. Looking forward to next year already!
29 days ago, Danielle Pomaville
Brainstorming and collaboration
A game of Headbands
Imagining and creating =)
Wow! over 100 pounds!
That's over 150 pounds on the pressure board!
A mascot in training
Make your own masot!