Kent County Community School
 Date updated - Fall 2017
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District: Capital School District Telephone: (302) 672-1960
Address: 65-1 Carver Road, Dover DE 19904 Web: Kent County Community School Page
Principal: James Mark
School Demographics
Fall Enrollment

2015-162016-17
Pre-Kindergarten2723
Kindergarten1112
Grade 11214
Grade 21911
Grade 31719
Grade 42015
Grade 51816
Grade 61517
Grade 71310
Grade 81413
Grade 9710
Grade 1098
Grade 1188
Grade 123126
Total221202


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School Promotion by Grade

2014-15
Pre-Kindergarten64.7%
Kindergarten100.0%
Grade 1100.0%
Grade 2100.0%
Grade 3100.0%
Grade 4100.0%
Grade 5100.0%
Grade 6100.0%
Grade 7100.0%
Grade 8100.0%
Grade 9100.0%
Grade 1260.9%


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Enrollment by Race/Ethnicity

2015-162016-17
African American45.7%46.5%
American Indian1.4%2.0%
Asian2.3%2.0%
Hispanic/Latino5.9%5.9%
White40.3%39.1%
Multi-Racial4.5%4.5%


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Other Student Characteristics

2015-162016-17
English Language Learner4.1%3.5%
Low Income36.5%43.9%
Special Education100.0%100.0%
Enrolled for Full Year100.0%N/A


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Recently Arrived ELL Students

2016-17
Number of Students Not Tested on ELA Assessment0


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Class Size (Percentage by Range) (2016-17)
* Elementary and special schools provide their own class size data

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School Finances


District Expenditure per Pupil (2015-16)

$14,792

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District Sources of Revenue (2015-16)

Percent District Allocation of Current Expenses by Category (2015-16)




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Exemplary Programs
The Kent County Community School and Capital’s Delaware Autism Program provide learning opportunities aligned with the Common Core and DOE Extended Standard expectations within the classroom and the community. The students are involved in the Special Olympics, Motor Activities Training Program (MATP), Adapted PE and Aquatics Program, VSA for visual and performing arts, DART Trips, community resource instruction opportunities, and preschool reverse mainstreaming classes. The STAR (Student Transition to Adult Readiness) program begins in seventh grade and provides a structured schedule for our students through the transition phases of their IEP process. Our highly successful SEARCH Program offers candidates ages 18-21 the opportunity to intern with Bay Health to secure real-world job skills. The end product can include job placements with Bay Health and/or state agencies and local businesses.

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Curriculum Highlights
The curricular and educational highlights of Kent County Community School and Capital's Delaware Autism Program include academic and nonacademic opportunities, full and partial inclusion, and extracurricular activities. We at KCCS/DAP use the same curricular tools as the district which directly aligned with the Common Core and the Extended Standards for students working through the Alternate Path. To supplement the district curriculum, we utilize Attainment, Frog Street Early Learning Curriculum, Reading Wonders and Unique Learning System (ULS) as an alternate curriculum that is aligned with the Common Core expectations and further aligns with the DCAS Alternate Assessment which is taken in place of the traditional DCAS. The curricular opportunities begin in the preschool program through the student's exit year between the ages of 18-21. The Pyramid Approach to PECS, ABA, Go Math, Positive Behavior Support, functional life skills, and System 44 are but a few that we offer.

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Other
The staff of Kent County Community School and Capital’s Delaware Autism Program serve approximately 228 students, ages 18 months to twenty-one years old, who exhibit a variety of disabilities including: Autism, physical, sensory, cognitive, communication, deaf-blind, and those that are medically fragile. As an educational facility, our mission is to provide appropriate programming for each student designed around his/her individual needs. Our staff consists of our principal, 2 associate principals, 2 secretaries, 3 case managers, 2 Instructional Coaches, 36 teachers, 69 paraprofessionals, 6 school psychologists, 6 speech pathologists, 3 physical therapists, 4 occupational therapists, 4 certified occupational therapy assistants, 2 adapted PE teachers, 1 Music Therapist/Teacher, 1 Aquatics Manager and 4 full time registered nurses. Specialists from state agencies in the fields of vision, hearing, mobility, audiology and orthopedics serve the students on a regular basis.

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