KENNETT PUBLIC SCHOOLS | 510 COLLEGE AVE | KENNETT, MO 63857 | P 573-717-1100 | F 573-717-1016


2016-17 Mutual of Omaha Half Page Online Enrollment Flyer-English_Spanish 2014-07-01.pdf


The implementation of a trauma-informed approach is an ongoing organizational change process. A “trauma-informed approach” is not a program model that can be implemented and then simply monitored by a fidelity checklist. Rather, it is a profound paradigm shift in knowledge, perspective, attitudes and skills that continues to deepen and unfold over time. Some leaders in the field are beginning to talk about a “continuum” of implementation, where organizations move through stages. The continuum begins with becoming trauma aware and moves to trauma sensitive to responsive to being fully trauma informed.


PowerSchool is the Student Information System utilized by Kennett Public Schools. The PowerSchool Parent Portal is available during the school year for parents and students to view and track their current grades, attendance, lunch balances, etc. Parent portal letters are sent home a the first of the year. If you failed to receive your students Parent Portal letter or need a replacement, please contact your child's school. The video below is to demonstrate how to create your account.



The Department of Elementary and Secondary Education has developed a Parents’ Bill of Rights. LEAs can print the document to distribute to parents and may post it on their websites.

Parents Bill of Rights

Children with disabilities have a right to a free appropriate public education (FAPE). Children differ in mental abilities, sensory development, physical traits, emotional or social behaviors, or communication skills. Some may require modification to their school program or special education and related services in order to benefit from their schooling.

A Parents Guide to Special Education in Missouri

Parent Resources

Procedural Safeguards

The Parent's Guide to Special Education October 2017.pdf


Pursuant to Foster Care Education Bill of Rights, Kennett School District and child placing agencies are required to ensure that foster care children do not fall thru the cracks when it comes to receiving an education.

  1. Ensure and facilitate the proper educational placement, enrollment in school and checkout from school of foster children;

  2. Assist foster care students when transferring from one school or district to another, by ensuring proper transfer of credits, records and grades;

  3. Request school records of a foster care student pursuant to section 167.022, within two business days of a foster care student’s placement in a school; and

  4. Submit school records of foster care students within three business days of receiving a request for a foster care student’s records.

Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education Foster Care site

Foster Care Education Bill of Rights

Mr.s Jane Cook serves as the Foster Care Liaison for Kennett School District. Mrs. Cook can be reached at 573-717-1120 extension 121 or by email at



2021-2022 FLU VIS.pdf