About Kingman Unified School District No. 20
WHO WE ARE
Kingman Unified School District #20 is a preschool through twelfth grade public school district. The attendance boundaries are J-shaped, reaching as far as the Colorado River, and serving over 3,000 square miles.
The district has eleven school sites with a total enrollment of over 6,800 students. Class sizes average (student – teacher) 32-1 High School, 30-1 Middle School, 27-1 Upper Elem. & 25-1 Lower Elem. KUSD curriculum follows the Arizona Academic Standards. The standards for each grade level are listed in curriculum overviews to guide teachers in classroom instruction.
The district participates in the Arizona Assessment Program, including a comprehensive District Achievement Plan which utilizes both formative and summative assessment in ELA and math. The assessments include but are not limited to: I Ready, formative assessments embedded in the AzCCRS curriculum at all grades, and quarterly benchmark assessments in ELA, math, and science for grades 2-12. We initialize the technology-enhanced computerized version of the Arizona State Standardized assessment called AzMERIT. All students in grades 3-8 take the computer version of AzMERIT for ELA and Math in the spring. Students in grades 9-12 take the computer version of AzMERIT for ELA and Math. In addition, the district employs international and national assessments for Cambridge, AP, and CTE programs.
A full spectrum of Special Education services is provided for students with special needs. We are proud of our many extra-curricular and enrichment programs. All schools share a common commitment to excellence and a safe, positive climate. Parental involvement and diversified programs create accomplishments for everyone. The district employs approximately 400 certified and 445 non-certified personnel. We offer an all-day Kindergarten program in every elementary building, and ½ day Jr. Kindergarten.
WHAT WE DO
- Ensure student safety remains KUSD’s number one priority and resources are allocated to meet changing strategies and needs.
- Optimize and allocate resources that will provide student academic growth that meets or exceeds the state benchmarks as evidenced by all KUSD Schools being labeled “A” or “B” Schools and the District being labeled an “A” or “B” School District.
- Develop each student’s potential by the District’s commitment to educating the whole child through the Four “A’s” -- Academics, The Arts, Athletics, and Activities.
- Implement an Informational Technology Program that supports the International Standards for Technology Education (ISTE) that will ensure KUSD students have New Century Learner Skills to be ready for college and/or career opportunities.
- Allocate resources to attract, support, and retain well-trained, dedicated staff members.
- Develop and implement strategies that will establish a district, parent, and community collaborative culture that says with pride “We Are KUSD.”