After interviewing several quality applicants, we are excited to announce that we have selected Jaime Tilton as the new principal of Kingman Elementary School. Mrs. Tilton received her undergraduate degree at Kansas State University and her Masters Degree in Educational Administration at Fort Hays State University. She has served as an elementary teacher in multiple grades in both Hutchinson and Buhler Public Schools, and has also served in various district and building leadership roles and provided teacher support and training during the redesign process. Mrs. Tilton will be visiting Kingman Elementary on May 13, 2024, and will be available for a meet and greet with Kingman Elementary students and parents from 4:00-5:00 in the Kingman Elementary library.
5 days ago, Angie Brannan
Introducing the New Principal at Kingman Elementary
Mrs. Lacio wants to thank Audrey for organizing speech materials for the daily lessons! GREAT JOB!!!
2 months ago, Bill Kelley
eagle pride
Construction on the daycare center inside Kingman Elementary School has officially begun! The project is slated to be complete in May. More details will be coming--stay tuned!
2 months ago, Amy Wallace
Sign
Ms. Pickering wants to give a big shout out to Audrey and Emma for taking it upon themselves to stay after and help clean up the classroom. GREAT JOB!
2 months ago, Bill Kelley
EAGLE PRIDE
Mr. Spexarth wants to give a shout out to Sonja and Payton for taking time to clean up the classroom. I also want to congratulate Averi for her 3rd place finish in the Soil Conservation Limerick contest. GREAT JOB GIRLS!
3 months ago, Bill Kelley
EAGLE PRIDE
Miss Wells wants to recognize Elijah for showing great listening skills and being respectful to classmates. WAY TO GO!
3 months ago, Bill Kelley
eagle pride
With moderate snowfall predicted to continue for much of the morning and the roads already snow-covered, we have decided to cancel school for today (1.5.24) to ensure the safety of all students and staff. Decisions regarding activities scheduled for this evening will be made later today. Stay safe and warm.
3 months ago, USD 331 Superintendent
January is National School Board Appreciation Month. These seven individuals donate a tremendous amount of time to serve in this capacity. Our board members are: Kristi Brown, Leslie Krehbiel, Angie Maloney, Errica Parsons, Jeff Samuelson, Melissa Tetrick and Tab Turner. Thank you for your dedication and all you do for our students, staff and the community.
3 months ago, Amy Wallace
BOE
Happy Teacher Appreciation Week. Our teachers are the best!
11 months ago, Amy Wallace
teachers
Happy Lunch Hero Day! We appreciate you!
11 months ago, Amy Wallace
lunch
Happy Principal's Day! Thank you for all you do for our schools.
12 months ago, Amy Wallace
Principals
Happy Administrative Professionals Day! We appreciate all you do!
12 months ago, Amy Wallace
admin prof.
Our paraprofessionals are definitely super heroes! Please join us in thanking them for all they do for our schools.
about 1 year ago, Amy Wallace
PAras
Bus/Van Drivers NEEDED in Kingman and Norwich. Bus requires CDL w/passenger endors. (District will help earn CDL) Van drivers only need valid DL. Must have clean driving record, physical and subject to drug test. Min is $15/hr van subs; $18/hr bus. Jerome at 620-532-2312
about 1 year ago, Max Clark
Today we appreciate our maintenance and custodial staff. They work hard to keep things looking great and running smoothly. Thank you for all you do for us!
about 1 year ago, Amy Wallace
Maintenance
Today is National School Bus Driver Appreciation Day. Thank you to our dedicated bus drivers who get our kids safety to and from school and all the many activities we participate in. We appreciate you!
about 1 year ago, Amy Wallace
Bus Drivers
Today begins National School Counselors Week and we have some of the best! Thank you to Mrs. Boen, Mrs. Higgins, Mrs. Munz and Mrs. Loveland for all you do for our schools, students, staff and communities!
about 1 year ago, Amy Wallace
Counselors
In January we celebrate National School Board Appreciation Month. Thank you for your service! Kristi Brown, Leslie Krehbiel, Angie Maloney, Diane Ontiveros, Errica Parsons, Jeff Samuelson, and Tab Turner.
about 1 year ago, Amy Wallace
School Board
SEARCH TO FIND CHILDREN IN NEED OF SPECIAL EDUCATION USD 331 Kingman Norwich schools are looking to identify every student from birth through age 21 who lives within the school boundaries who has developmental delays or may be in need of special education. If you have a child or know of a child who you think has development delays or special needs, please contact: South Central Kansas Special Education Cooperative 412 Sandy Lane, Pratt, KS 67124 (620) 672-7500 Areas of special education include: birth through age two (infant-toddler), early childhood -disability, developmentally delayed, visual impairment including blindness, hearing impairments including deafness, deaf-blindness, autism, traumatic brain injury, emotional disturbance, specific learning disabilities, intellectual disability, multiple disabilities, orthopedic impairments, other health impairments, speech or language impairments, and gifted. Parents are advised that all special education services are designed to offer the utmost in educational opportunities for each qualifying student, as well as to provide assistance and support in the areas of physical, mental, emotional, and social growth. State and federal laws are followed in providing each student with a free appropriate public education in the least restrictive environment.
over 1 year ago, Amy Wallace
USD 331 is seeking applicants to fill district Grounds-keeping and Maintenance needs. Interested persons should apply online at www.knusd331.com click on "Employment" at top of page. USD 331 is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages all applications.
over 1 year ago, Max Clark