Kingston School: Respect and Responsibility

Welcome to a very special place for children where wonderful things will happen! Administrators, caring and supportive teachers and staff, and enthusiastic and involved parents, collaborate and work closely together to provide the best educational experience for the students in Kingston Elementary School. Kingston School is located on Kingston Road in the Kingston Estates section , and is part of the award-winning Cherry Hill, New Jersey school district. There are approximately 400 students attending Kingston School in Grades K - 5, coming to us from all over the world with various cultural backgrounds. Our school was built in 1956, and is named after the community in which it is located. Our school colors are blue and white, and our school mascot is the Kingston Bulldog.

Kingston School takes special pride in its faculty and staff and their dedication to the education of their students.

Kingston School is supported by an active PTA and is known as a tight knit community where our children come first.

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Kingston News

Introducing "A Minute with Dr. Meloche" Informational Videos
Introducing "A Minute with Dr. Meloche" Informational Videos

Our new way to keep you in-the-know: "A Minute with Dr. Meloche" videos offer information in one minute or less, on our social media platforms, about hot topics in the District! First up: Our July 9, 2018 segment, in which Dr. Meloche discusses when will we announce how the expected $3.1 million in additional state funding will be used in our schools. This video is now archived on our YouTube channel, with closed captioning.

Draft Versions of Revised 2018-2019 School Calendar and 2019-2020 School Calendar Now Available
Draft Versions of Revised 2018-2019 School Calendar and 2019-2020 School Calendar Now Available

DRAFT versions of the revised 2018-2019 School Calendar and the proposed 2019-2020 School Calendar are now available. Pending Board of Education approval, these calendars now include inclement weather makeup days taken from Spring Break rather than being added on to the end of the school year. Inclement weather days that occur after March 14, 2019 will be made up during the 2019 Spring Break. Specific makeup dates are listed on the lower right of the 2018-2019 calendar. Inclement weather days that occur after February 16, 2020 will be made up during the 2020 Spring Break. Specific makeup dates are listed on the lower right of the 2019-2020 calendar.

District News

Introducing "A Minute with Dr. Meloche" Informational Videos
Introducing "A Minute with Dr. Meloche" Informational Videos

Our new way to keep you in-the-know: "A Minute with Dr. Meloche" videos offer information in one minute or less, on our social media platforms, about hot topics in the District! First up: Our July 9, 2018 segment, in which Dr. Meloche discusses when will we announce how the expected $3.1 million in additional state funding will be used in our schools. This video is now archived on our YouTube channel, with closed captioning.

Draft Versions of Revised 2018-2019 School Calendar and 2019-2020 School Calendar Now Available
Draft Versions of Revised 2018-2019 School Calendar and 2019-2020 School Calendar Now Available

DRAFT versions of the revised 2018-2019 School Calendar and the proposed 2019-2020 School Calendar are now available. Pending Board of Education approval, these calendars now include inclement weather makeup days taken from Spring Break rather than being added on to the end of the school year. Inclement weather days that occur after March 14, 2019 will be made up during the 2019 Spring Break. Specific makeup dates are listed on the lower right of the 2018-2019 calendar. Inclement weather days that occur after February 16, 2020 will be made up during the 2020 Spring Break. Specific makeup dates are listed on the lower right of the 2019-2020 calendar.

Registration Extended for ACT, SAT-PSAT and College Essay Summer Workshops
Registration Extended for ACT, SAT-PSAT and College Essay Summer Workshops

The registration deadline has been extended to July 20, 2018 for the Cherry Hill Public Schools' summer ACT, SAT-PSAT and College Essay workshops.

Anti-Bullying Information

HIB Grade Report

LaCoyya H. Weathington
Director of Pupil Services
District Anti-Bullying Coordinator
45 Ranoldo Terrace
Cherry Hill, NJ 08034
(856) 429-5600 x4431

Judy Kelly
Guidance Counselor
Kingston Anti-Bullying Specialist
(856) 667-0986 x8610

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