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Kingston School


Grades Pre-K through 12

Kingston High School/Elementary Principal - Marsha Shaver - Email

220 Madison 2620 
P.O. Box 149
Kingston, AR 72742

Phone 479-665-2835
Fax 479-665-2577


Mission Statement


The Mission of Kingston Public School is to provide a safe, drug-free, supportive learning atmosphere wherein all students can become proficient and advanced in academic skills.  We propose to provide encouragement in the social, emotional, physical wellness and growth of each student.

“We believe that all students can and will learn.”


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Jasper Boston Mountain Rural Health Center Medical and Dental Clinic will continue with regular business hours through summer vacation!

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Kingston's Teacher Appreciation Week Renee Guidry, Stephanie Rose and Linda Clark were winners of a plant. Melissa Ivy provided cobblers, chips and dip each day for the teachers and staff. Student Council and Box Tops provided chicken salad sandwiches, chips and drinks, sweet treats, nachos, and vegetable trays. We appreciate our teachers and staff. 

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Jasper Pirates and Lady Pirates   You may download the Registration Form here .

2018 Summer Basketball Camp at Jasper School Gymnasium

The Jasper School District will be holding a Summer Basketball Camp for boys and girls going into the 2-7 grades.  The 2nd and 3rd grade boy’s and girl’s camp will be May 29-31 from 8:30-10:00. Camper’s in grades 4-7 will be from 10:00-12:00 on May 29-31.

Please fill out the form for each child who will be attending, check the appropriate camp for that child, and return the form to school.

_____ Boy’s and Girl’s- grades 2-3

_____ Boy’s and Girl’s- grades 4-7


Each Camper will receive a camp T-shirt and a Basketball

Cost for the camp is $25






 Weiand Richardson placed 1st in Help Desk at the FBLA State Conference. He is now eligible to compete at the National Conference in Baltimore, MD, on June 27-July 2.


Smokey the Bear visits Kingston for

National Breakfast Week 

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The following are winners from the Kingston Elementary School science fair that was held on Wednesday, January 31st. They will be eligible to compete at the OUR Cooperative Fair at North Arkansas College in Harrison in May. 

Picture 1: Mrs. Jackson's first grade class won 1st place in the Kindergarten through 3rd grade "Class Projects" division. 
Picture 2: "Individual Projects" winners, 4th-6th grade
Front Row (l to r): (4th Grade winners) Caleb Townsend, Fallon Bateman, Olivia Cannon, Jaxon Woods, and Bryce Bancroft. 
Second Row (l to r): (5th Grade winners) Abby Cook, Paige Randall, A.J. Carlton, Grace McGarrah, and Xzaviar Rothwell.



woomBikesUSA added 6 new photos — with Adam Pellerin and 4 others.

What an honor it is to join Cycle Kids, Inc and the Walton Family Foundationtoday to bring very deserving children the gift of a brand-new woom bike. And we didn't just give them bikes and call it a day - we are also giving these children the tools they need for long-term success such as bike maintenance advice, knowing the importance of healthy eating and so much more.

These adorable kids had a wonderful surprise waiting for them today and we couldn't be happier to be involved.



The Kingston FBLA Chapter, accompanied by their adviser Yalonda Martin, attended the 2018 FBLA District VI Spring Leadership Conference at Arkansas State University-Mountain Home on January 19 and participated in a variety of competitions. The following students placed in their competitive event: Sheldon Walden--1st place in Database Design and Applications; Alesha Anderson--2nd place in Business Calculations; Brooke Barron, Breanna Emitt, Levi Villines, and Avery Weaver--2nd place in Parliamentary Procedures; Jiho Kim, Looknum Pornprasobukh, and Sierra Weaver--3rd place in Emerging Business Issues; Sierra Durham--4th place in Job Interview; Phelipe Ottoboni, Jonathon Walden, and Jeremiah Willcutt--4th place in Entrepreneurship; Hannah Johnson, Mellia Johnson, and Aliya Reynolds--4th place in Global Business. 

Pictured from left to right:  front row--Sierra Weaver, Looknum Pornprasobukh, Weiand Richardson; 2nd row--Sierra Durham, Jiho Kim, Laura Hernandez, Brooke Barron; 3rd row--Hannah Johnson, Aliya Reynolds, Breanna Emitt, Phelipe Ottoboni; 4th row--Jonathon Walden, Jeremiah Willcutt, Mellia Johnson; 5th row--Levi Villines, Sheldon Walden, Avery Weaver.




Congratulations! Your request for funding for your Pets in the Classroom™ project has been approved.

Congratulations to Mr. Tricky, Kingston's Music Teacher . He is placing a freshwater fishaquarium in his classroom.  

Thank you for bringing pets into your classroom .We hope that you find it to be an enriching experience for you and your students .



Jasper School District 2018-2019 Testing Calendar



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The Jasper School District is proud to announce:
Each year, the Office for Education Policy (OEP) at the University of Arkansas creates a report entitled the Outstanding Educational Performance Awards highlighting the highest-performing schools and those that have made great progress in Arkansas.
We are pleased to announce that schools in the Jasper School District have received an award. Based on the results of the 2014-15 P ARCC and Arkansas science assessments, performance is measured by the OEP-created "school GPA." High Achieving" Awards are given to schools with the highest GPA, and "Beating the Odds" awards are given to high-achieving schools that serve low-income communities where at least 66% of students are enrolled in the free/reduced lunch program. "Most Improved" awards were only given for science and highlighted the schools that showed the greatest gain from one year to the next. To learn more about how we determined the OEP award winners and to see the full list of award recipients, you can view the reports at our website, officeforeducationpolicy.org. We congratulate you on this accomplishment and hope that you will share this good news with teachers, students, and any others who contributed to your school's success. Congratulations again on your OEP award!
Gary W. Ritter, Ph.D., Faculty Director
Sarah McKenzie, Ph.D., Executive Director
Office for Education Policy

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