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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.”

Thanksgiving with family in the Cafeteria






















































2018 52 Gun Raffle  Sponsored by the Kingston Booster Club 

For more informtion click here.


Kingston Red Ribbon Super Hero Day. 

Pre k had the winning banner during RED RIBBON WEEK at Kingston.  They will receive a popcorn party from student council. 


2nd grade had the 2nd place banner. They got backpacks and pencils.


4th grade had third place banner during RED RIBBON WEEK at Kingston.  They got pencils and pouches. They also were the winners of most participation during RED RIBBON WEEK. They will receive a popcorn party from student council.


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 .






Kingston High School Seniors welcomed Mr. Tommy Little (KHS Class of 1976) to campus.  He talked with the students about their future plans and his hope for their success.  He encouraged students to be proud of who they are, their school and their hometown.  He presented each student with a Kingston Yellowjacket license plate, a tradition from the 1970s that he restored last year.      





Kingston 8th Graders had a blast at the Teen Summit hosted by the Madison County Health Coalition. Thank you for teaching our students to be drug free, rise above, be healthy, and inspire others!









Kingston School received the Toolbox for Education grant from Lowe's in January of 2017 for a Reading Garden.  The library media specialist at Kingston School, Kaela Hawkins, wrote the grant based on the goal of encouraging students to read while providing an invigorating reading garden as the perfect location.  The grant provided a walkway to the reading garden from the library, with new steps, an awning, and a deck with benches and flowers.  Teachers and students are excited about using the garden for outdoor learning purposes.  The Kingston School maintenance supervisor, Jim Nolan, completed the carpenter work of the project with Michael Meyers assistance.  Doug Hawkins completed the welding and assisted in other areas as needed.  C.J. Bellinger and Brent Mitchell helped with dirt work. Shannon Burcham, Riley Walden and Nikkoli Williams assisted with painting and dirt work. A special thank you to everyone involved!

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Lifetouch Special Events



Picture Day Date: 12/13/2017

Picture Day ID: RP747675X0





Working on Reading Garden 



  EZ School Pay Year-End Reminders

Kingston Campus School Supply List



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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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