Whooping Cough Announcement
On Thursday afternoon, May 21st, Kingman Elementary received confirmation of a student diagnosed with pertussis, commonly referred to as whooping cough. School personnel directly contacted parents of students who were most at risk of contracting the illness. The contact list was determined by looking at immunization records and booster updates, as well as students in close proximity of the ill student. The Kingman County Health Department states that a person is most at risk if they are not up to date on immunizations and within 3 feet of the infected individual for an hour.
Medical facilities in the Kingman area are aware of the situation and booster shots are available at the county health department and other medical facilities. You are encouraged to monitor your child until June 10th. If they exhibit uncontrolled coughing fits, a severe cough lasting at least 2 weeks, or coughing episodes followed immediately by vomiting in this time frame, you need to contact your physician, the health department (at 620-532-2221) or other medical facility.
USD 331 News & Info
USD 331 Virtual School Information
This will be the first year for our VP 331 virtual partnership with Greenbush. Students that would be in grades 6th through 12th that reside within USD 331 district, but are not attending public schools are urged to consider this alternative to attending school.
Please read our Brochure: VP 331
Click here to Complete Enrollment Form and email or follow the directions to complete online.
Questions should be directed to Max Clark at email@example.com.
Board of Education Info
Next Regular Meeting
May 11th, 2015 at 7:00 p.m.
at the District Office
Community Information Channel
USD 331 Kingman-Norwich and the City of Kingman, cooperation with Cox Communications, are proud to be able to serve its citizens with its own community information channel. If you're a Cox cable television customer in Kingman, tune into channel 7.