Dr. Paul J. Padalino recently served as a keynote speaker and panelist during a day-long forum, “Restorative Justice: A New Approach to School Discipline” at SUNY New Paltz. Co-sponsored by the Ulster County Human Rights Commission and the Department of Sociology, the event featured leaders in restorative justice from across New York State, many of whom had been practicing restorative justice
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Please CLICK HERE TO WATCH a Memoriam for DJ Mason
This beautiful sassy spirited soul, DJ, had a great smile. She was always loyal, honest, and funny. Although she could be defiant, she spoke her mind and then some… she was tender-hearted and always willing to help. In math and science she was the first one to raise her hand, she loved and excelled in these subjects. She loved to help her classmates. With her beautiful complexion, puff bun, and always sporting her signature pink and purple wardrobe, she was stylish to the 9s. She was creative and giving, she wanted to be a nurse. She loved helping people and knew when she needed to ask for help. We will miss our feisty Tik-Tok dancer and our heart to heart girl chats. She is joined in heaven with her beloved dad. She will remain safe in our hearts forever, watching over her adored family and our community.
The Kingston City School District has two learning schedules, Hybrid Learning and Remote Learning. KCSD will use the Hybrid Learning Schedule Mondays-Thursdays unless a Remote Learning Day is necessary.
Please use the link below for our Remote Learning Guidance.
KCSD 2020-21 Reopening Plan:
Spectrum Internet Assist
All households with students attending CEP schools may qualify for a substantially discounted rate for internet access as part of the Spectrum Internet Assist Program. Additionally, KCSD student households signing up as new subscribers may also qualify for 60 days of free internet access with any previous outstanding balances waived.