Kelvyn Park School in black and white

Dear Kelvyn Park Students, Families, and Community Members, Black lives matter. A history of pain and suffering have publicly been brought to light with the unjust murder of George Floyd, an unarmed Black man, at the hands of a white police officer. Watching this event unfold and learning the horrifying details, I was infuriated and…

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Principal’s Note Dear Kelvyn Park Parents, Your voice is crucial to the continuous improvement of our school. This year is an election year for the Local School Council (LSC), which is an advisory committee who work closely with the principal to improve the educational outcomes for all students. The LSC is comprised of six parents,…

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Kelvyn Park School in black and white

Principal’s Note Dear Kelvyn Park Parents, Over the past few months, staff have been exploring their core values, reflecting on the question “Why are you at KP?” Digging into the answer to this question and articulating our responses shed a light on all of our past successes while also providing a guide for the future.…

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Kelvyn Park School in black and white

Principal’s Note Dear Kelvyn Park Parents, Last week, two community members from a local parish came to visit Kelvyn Park. Their goal was to determine how they could support the development of our youth at KP to meet their unique needs and be a part of ensuring their success. While this partnership will come with…

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Kelvyn Park School in black and white

Principal’s Note Dear Kelvyn Park Parents, I know that I speak for many when I say that I am relieved to have your children back with the teachers and staff at Kelvyn Park. Excited and energized voices once again bounce off the walls of the hallway, fill the cafeteria, and re-invigorate us. The time apart…

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Kelvyn Park School in black and white

Principal’s Note Dear Kelvyn Park Parents, A few weeks ago, my wife and I prepared our oldest daughter Olivia for her first day of preschool. As parents, it was difficult for us to “send her away”, but when we realized we were sending her into the open and loving arms of her teachers, only to…

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