High School Supply List: Supply information will be provided to students by teachers at Open House and on the first day of school. Paper, pencil and a pen will be sufficient for the first day of school.
Students that require emergency medicines will need to bring those to the school and fill out the appropriate forms. See the Health Services page for more information on medicines, immunizations, more.
New to the district? Please visit the Enrollment Center to begin the enrollment process.
The Kearney School District seeks to support student success in all areas. The district provides a variety of resources to students and families to encourage learning and development opportunities. If parents / guardians have any concerns about their student, please reach out to your student’s building counselor.
There are many resources available to you. No problem is too big or too small and it’s never too early to reach out for help. Through a generous grant from the Clay County Children’s Fund, the Kearney School District is able to provide social / emotional support through several agency partnerships. This support includes, but is not limited to: various group therapy opportunities (including art and music therapy), individual therapy, drug prevention / intervention, case management and more.
To read more about Kearney School District's plans for the 2020-2021 school year in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, please see our webpage dedicated to this information. Elementary Level Schools (K-5) will begin in person daily. Secondary Level Schools (Grades 6-12) will begin on a hybrid schedule with A Days (Last Names A-K) and B Days (Last Names L-Z). To see more details on the hybrid schedule, follow the link.