Kane County School District
Recently several of the schools in Kane School District underwent an audit by the Internal Audit Division of the Utah State Board of Education. Every year a number of school districts and charter schools are randomly selected for audit. During the audit, the Internal Audit Division reviews policies in place for the school district and checks to see if the schools and district are following these policies for all transactions. Nothing fraudulent or illegal was noted in the report.
For the information of all employees of Kane School District and the citizens of Kane County, we are providing our response, (Management Response) to the Utah State Board of Education, Internal Audit Report and the actual audit report, including the Internal Auditors response to our management response. We would invite you to please read KCSD's response first before reading the full audit report for clarification on our stance in regards to their findings. If anyone has questions or concerns or desires further clarification, please contact Superintendent Ben Dalton at 435-644-2555 ext. 1 or Business Manager Cary Reese at 435-644-2555 ext. 2
In Kane School District, we feel that child safety is one of our hightest priorities. According to and in compliance to HB 286 Kane School District would like to make all parents aware and invite them to participate in a preventing child sex abuse awareness training and instruction. Prevent Child Abuse Utah has developed this course and all teachers within the school district have been required to complete this training and KCSD feels it would be valuable information for parents to participate in as well. To complete, please follow this link https://pcau.enspark.com/login/pcau/. You must register for an account in order to complete the training.
Kane School District has a number of surplus items that are available for public auction. Items can be found at the following link:
Each week, Superintendent Dalton is featuring an article regarding education either within the district or state. We invite you to read those articles either here, in the Souther Utah News or on the Kane County Distict Facebook page. We also invite you to comment and provide feedback regarding the district; this includes the good things and also how we can improve. Thank You.
FREE at home Preschool for children in rural communities.
Rural i3 UPSTART is an in home, computer based early learning program funded by a federal grant that will prepare your child for kindergarten. This program is available to 4 year old students that will attend Kindergarten next year. Click on the link below for more information.
For more information contact:
Melinda Dalton, UPSTART Coordinator for the Waterford Institute
Kane County School District