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Dayville, CT
Students enrolled: 812

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1599 Upper Maple St
Dayville, CT 06241

(860) 779-6700
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July 08, 2014
KIS is by far one of the best middle schools in the area you could send your child to. The teachers prove everyday that they are there for the kids, not just the high achievers either. They do wonders in a district that constantly votes down the education budget. Those that post a negative review, really have no idea what goes on in KIS.

- submitted by a parent

March 24, 2009
Great Faculty that cares about the students. Teachers always willing to give extra help. Keep up the good work. Thank You.

- submitted by a parent

November 16, 2008
I think my school is great and everyone gets a great education, I am in the eighth grade and I have loved this school for the past four years.

- submitted by a student

May 20, 2008
This School is 'OK'. Teachers are pretty good, my favorite, Ms. LaHaie. She was great. Principal Kempain is awesome, as well as her vice-principals, especially Mrs. Madore.

- submitted by a student

February 10, 2008
the shool is horrible except for the leader ship of the road runner team they are great especialy mrs davidson and ms lahaie

- submitted by a parent

December 29, 2005
The school has gone down hill for years. The staff is pretty much the same it has for years. The students that are in the 8th grade I have to say are the most well behaved bunch of students I have seen in a long time. The only thing holding this school together is the sports. Without it no parent would bring their child here.The acadamics are on the low side and have room to improve greatly in the years to come. The parents the ones i have wittnessed realy dont care for there childs future. All they think that this school is a Daycare center which they pay for out of there taxes.

- submitted by a teacher

September 15, 2005
The administration of this school is all about the system instead of the students. If your child is bright, charming and receptive to learning, you have no need to worry. If your child is unsure, special needs or bored then heaven help you both in this system. Parent involvment is low because it is only encouraged in the 'tell us what a great school we have' category.

- submitted by a parent

January 10, 2005
I am a former student of kis only 2 years ago. I spent all 4 years there and it is a great school. Its teachers are great at what they do and they prepare you for high school really well if your willing to do what they ask.

- submitted by a student

January 04, 2005
This is not a school, or district for that matter to choose if your child has any special needs, educational or medical. Although the school claims zero tolerance this just is not the case.

- submitted by a parent

May 04, 2004
Although I agree this school needs more extra-curricular activities, the children that attend this school are wonderful as well as the teachers. There is very little bullying and it is shocking how everybody gets along so well. This school also has the best quality of education in this area.

- submitted by a student

March 07, 2004
There is absolutely no money for extracurricular activities. There are no programs for our children through the school. There are no field trips, no after school sports, etc. Instead, we are having to not only pay taxes to get nothing in return, our children are not benefiting from them. We are struggling to keep them busy after school because we are having to pay an arm and a leg to pay through the town for sports. Our children are having to sit in a classroom all day the whole school year with no field trips. How exciting is that? What good is higher taxes when our children are not benefiting from them. They are not even getting a better education!

- submitted by a parent

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Killingly Intermediate School
1599 Upper Maple St, Dayville, CT  06241
(860) 779-6700
Last modified Killingly Intermediate School is a Public school that serves grades 5-8. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 4 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Killingly Intermediate School Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 15 reviews. Top