Kent School Services Network brings health and human services into the school building to serve students and families. This idea is called a "community school."
Placing services at school removes many barriers that families have in finding services, and helps keep students in class. When students are in class, they can keep learning and achieving.
The KSSN was created in a broad, community-wide partnership. This partnership includes local foundations, service providers, the schools and the county. Currently, KSSN partners with nine school districts in Kent ISD.
Kurt Unangst, Kent DHS