KP Wednesday UPDATE

April 29, 2015

Important Note From the PTO

TEACHER APPRECIATION SUPPORT NEEDED

Dear KP Families,


It is hard to believe we are less than two months away until the culmination of this school year. To show our appreciation for the hard work and dedication all year from KP teachers and staff, the PTO annually organizes a special breakfast for the school faculty to enjoy before they start their day. This year’s breakfast will be held on Friday, May 8th. In order to make this breakfast a success we need your help!

Please follow the link below for additional details, as well as to sign up to bring a breakfast item or volunteer your time for set up or clean up that morning.

http://www1.mysignup.com/cgi-bin/view.cgi?datafile=kp_pto_staff_breakfast



Thank you, in advance, for any contribution you can provide.


KP PTO

Showing our Citizenship to Nepal

As you know, Nepal has suffered an earthquake that has resulted devastation. We have Nepalese families who are apart of our diverse KP community. KP teachers have assembled quickly to encourage our community to reach out to those in need. We are asking any willing students, staff and parents/guardians to support our efforts to raise support by collecting monetary donations this week during lunch waves. All funds will be sent to Direct Relief, a non-partisan, non-profit agency with a 99/100 approval rating (higher than the Red Cross, Save the Children, or Doctors without Borders). They focus on immediate emergency aid, followed by long-term rebuilding efforts with vetted, locally--based charities. We can earmark the money for Nepal, and 100% of funds raised go to the cause. Thank you in advance for any support you can give to this worthy cause.


Please see this presentation for more information.

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Dear KP Parents/Guardians,

As part of our efforts to reflect on our efforts to create a school climate that support our students, staff and families, we are seeking your input in our annual school survey. This SURVEY (click here) about our school comes in two parts. Part I deals with questions mandated by the CT School Climate Statute. This part of the survey came from the state and is designed to address school climate issues. Part II of this survey contains general questions about your child’s learning environment and school leadership and will be used by school staff to evaluate areas that are strengths and areas that can be improved upon. We are also surveying students in grades 6-8 at each school and the staff at each school. This same survey is being sent to all parents in each school.

All of your answers are anonymous. Thank you in advance for your input.

Your Partners in Education,



Joy K. Wright Marc Kotler Justin Gusy
Principal Assistant Principal Assistant Principal
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DO NOT MISS OUT

Legally Blond Jr. Drama Performances


Thurs. 7:00pm

Friday 7:00pm

Saturday 1:00pm

Tickets: $10 for Adults and $5 for Children/teens