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As we know, the mandatory face covering requirement went into effect for all students, staff, and visitors on Monday, August 17th.  Students and staff are required to wear face coverings while on school campus and while riding on our school buses.  Masks are an additional step to help slow the spread of COVID-19 when combined with everyday preventative actions and social distancing in public settings.

To ensure that our students have minimal risk of exposure, the following is requested:

  • Please send your child to school each day with a clean mask. The school system will provide face coverings for students who are unable to provide one on their own, but we do have a limited supply.
  • Identify each child’s mask as uniquely theirs (mark with name) as many masks looks the same. Please keep in mind that we provide each child with the same identical mask, please label these masks with your child’s name to avoid any potential cross contamination.
  • Keep Multiple masks in the child’s backpack, one to wear and one as a spare. This is especially helpful with the morning rush and mask are forgotten at home.
  • Encouraged students to wash hands when applying and removing the mask.
  • Encourage students to keep masks in their possession as many masks look exactly alike.

We are grateful for the cooperation of our students, staff, and visitors as we work together to keep our schools and community safe.


Debra Shepherd, R. N.

Kingsland Elementary School


Mask Up

Updated 8-14-20



The impact of COVID-19 on our community and the measures our school system has put in place to protect against the virus have both been evolving since the virus first appeared in our county. Due to the increase in the number of positive tests for the COVID-19 virus, Camden County has been designated as a hot spot area in Georgia. After meeting with the Georgia Department of Public Health, Camden Emergency Management Agency, and the Chief of Staff for Southeast Georgia Health System-Camden, Camden County Schools is issuing a mandatory face covering requirement for the safety of our community. The Georgia Department of Education, Camden County Schools Board of Education and Camden County Schools System Steering Committee are all in agreement with this new protocol as a necessary means to slow the spread of COVID-19 in our community.

The mandatory face covering requirement will be in effect for all students, staff, and visitors. Face coverings will be required beginning Monday, August 17th.  All students and staff will be required to wear face coverings while on school campus and while riding on our school buses. Exceptions based on medical needs for students and staff must be documented by a physician and that documentation will be treated as confidential and retained in the office of the principal. Some students with disabilities may be exempt based on individual needs as determined by the Director of Special Education. Staff members may remove their face coverings when students are not present and social distancing from other adults is possible. Students and adults may remove their face coverings when they are eating or drinking, or other activities approved by the principal.

From the first day of school, many of our families have already chosen to have their children wear face coverings to school and we appreciate their partnership in working to keep our staff and students safe. We ask parents to provide reusable face coverings for their students, but we will be able to provide face coverings for students who are unable to provide one on their own. We are grateful for the cooperation of our students, staff, and visitors as we work together to keep our schools and community safe.


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Welcome to Kingsland Elementary

Home of the Lions

Building Minds and Memories

KES has approximately 450 students enrolled in grades Pre-K through 5th grade.  We encourage parents and other stakeholders to become involved in our school!  The KES PTO is always looking for parent volunteers to help with school fundraisers and other projects.  If you would like to become involved in PTO, please call Dr. Karon Ellis, Principal, at 729-5246 or e-mail her at .

The KES School Council meets the last Monday of every month at 11:30 a.m. except in November and December when the council meets on the last Friday prior to student holidays.  All meetings are open to the public.  KES also has a very active partnership with the Trident Refit Facility at the Kings Bay Naval Submarine Base.


Kingsland Elementary School’s mission is to provide all students a challenging academic program in a nurturing environment that equips them with fundamental skills for lifelong success.


Kingsland Elementary School will prepare all students to achieve academic excellence and become life-long learners.


We Believe…..
A safe and secure school environment is essential to academic achievement.
A strong partnership of teachers, parents and community is necessary for the success of our students.
Teachers will utilize a collection of achievement data when planning academic instructions.
Literacy is the foundation of a child’s education and will be integrated in all curricular areas, as well as encouraged at home.
Academic instruction includes the effective use of technology to enhance student learning.
Instructional activities will embrace individual differences and learning styles.
Students should be provided with opportunities to explore, recognize, and develop individual talents.
Rigorous math and science instruction enables students to succeed in today’s competitive world.

Kingsland Elementary
900 West King Ave
Kingsland, GA 31548
Phone: 912-729-5246
School Hours:
8:30 AM - 3:30 PM

Dr. Karon Y. Ellis
Dr. Karon Y. Ellis

Mrs. Denise Millan
Teaching and Learning Specialist
Mrs. Denise Millan

Mrs. Liz Wilder
Guidance Counselor
Mrs. Liz Wilder

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Kingsland Elementary School
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