KP News 4 You
April 29, 2015
KP QuEST Celebration
KP Staff: Please join us for the KP Quest Celebration on Wednesday, June 3rd from 6:00-7:30 as the West Hartford middle school Quest students share their in-depth Independent Type III Investigations. There will be exhibits, original readings, animations, documentaries, performances, and more!
We hope you can make it!
Laura & Jeannie
BIKE to SCHOOL DAY is MAY 6, 2015
Please share the attached flyer with your members, coworkers, area businesses, community groups, friends, and family.
Please also consider adding these bullets to your web announcements and Facebook account.
· Bike to School Day on May 6, 2015 is a national effort—Schools can register at www.walkbiketoschool.org. Registering provides the chance to win ten Schwinn bicycles and twenty Schwinn helmets for a school or student-focused organization in your community – see the website for details.
· Incentives and Technical Assistance —Thanks to the Connecticut Safe Routes to School Program’s federal funding source, incentives, ideas and technical assistance are also available to schools registering Bike to School Day events by contacting the team via email (email@example.com). Check out the CT SRTS website (walkitbikeitct.org) for details and a fillable form for requesting incentives for your Bike to School event.
· Share Your Story — Also, the CT SRTS wants to know how your local SRTS program is going. Tell your story and share your photos on walkitbikeitct.org.
As the State’s Safe Routes to School Coordinator, I ask for your help spreading the word for this great event – it is fun and healthy. Consider joining a neighborhood school in supporting students bicycling and walking to school.
Also, don’t forget that Bike to Work Day is just around the corner on May 15 and coincides nicely with Transit Week. If you can participate in any or all of these initiatives, it is a great example to the next generation.
Carla A. Iezzi
Transportation Planner II, Bureau of Policy and Planning
Public Access and Planning Tools Coordinator
Local Technical Assistance Program Bureau Representative
Safe Routes to School Program Coordinator
Students at the CMEA Elementary Honor Choir on FRIDAY
This Friday, May 1, four 6th grade students will be representing KP it the CMEA Elementary Honor Choir in Hartford. They will be missing the entire day of school. They know they should check in with their teachers about work they will miss.
Please support Nepal and the KP community by donating!
UA Rotation 4 Grades
Check sheets due Monday, May 18 @ 12:00PM