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Distance Learning @KPIS

In March 17, 2020, KPIS had their first day of school via distance learning for the Elementary and Secondary school. Distance learning for Kindergarten will begin on Wednesday, March 18, 2020. The KPIS team has worked hard together, collaborated to prepare exciting and engaging learning experiences for our students

This is a new experience for us as educators, and as a school. As such, we thank you in advance for your patience, cooperation, and understanding.

Most of all, do your best to stay well, virus-free, well-informed, and as calm as possible.

Distance Learning in Secondary


Dear Secondary School families,

I hope you are all well and excited about the prospect of distance learning. Your teachers are here at school today working hard to ensure you have an excellent week of learning.

Please read the attached expectations and schedule for distance learning.

I am sure you have a million questions and we will do our best to answer them all. Your teachers will be the best one to help with questions about your classes and I can help you with any concerns about school opening or not. As far as scheduled school events, we will look at those that can be moved and those that cannot. Nothing is certain, at this point, until we can safely return to school.

Please do your part to stay healthy and virus-free. Be thoughtful about where you gather and get your exercise and rest!

Best, as always,
Mr. Merritt


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Secondary Distance Learning Letter


Distance Learning in Elementary


Dear Elementary Parents,

We trust this email finds you well. Today, the elementary team has been working hard together, collaborating to prepare exciting and engaging learning experiences for our students via distance learning.

Please read the attached expectations and schedule for distance learning in the Elementary School

As always, your child’s homeroom teacher is your first point of contact should you have any questions or concerns regarding the online learning process. The KPIS Leadership Team will be providing regular COVID-19 status updates regarding the school in general.

This is a new experience for us as educators, and as a school. As such, we thank you in advance for your patience, cooperation, and understanding.

Most of all, do your best to stay well, virus-free, well-informed, and as calm as possible.

Best regards,
Ben Edmunds


Distance Learning in Kindergarten


Dear Nursery – Kindergarten Parents,

We would like to extend our best wishes to all Kindergarten families and trust that you are all doing well. As informed earlier, KPIS will be implementing distance learning to provide support and learning opportunities during this time.

We kindly ask for your cooperation and understanding in enabling distance learning in early childhood as we are aware that children this age need a high level of interaction and hands on experiences to support their learning and development.

Please find the attached recommended daily schedule for your children. We understand that it may not work perfectly for all families; therefore, it is important that regular communication between you and your child’s teacher is maintained. We will do the best we can to support all our families.

Distance learning in Kindergarten will begin on Wednesday, March 18. Teachers have been working hard to put together online resources and learning packs. Parents are required to collect the learning packs tomorrow, March 17, KG breezeway at the following times:

Nursery: 1:00 – 3:00 p.m.
Pre K1, Pre K2 and Kindergarten: 7:00 – 9:00 a.m and 1:00 – 3:00 p.m.

Parents make sure that you have your QR code ready to enter campus.

Expectations for Parents:

  • Follow updates from the school regarding overall school information
  • Follow teacher’s communication via line for daily schedule of activities
  • Help your child to follow the schedule as best as you can. Your child’s teacher will give daily learning expectations and are available for contact during school hours should you have any questions or concerns.
  • Collect pictures and/or videos of your child engaged in learning and activities. Teachers will inform you how and when they will need those pictures and/or videos.

We miss all the students dearly and we only wish we could see them in school every day. Take good care everyone!

Sincerely,
Irene Gorosin Gatanela


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Kindergarten Daily Schedule
Nursery Daily Schedule
Pre K1 and Pre K2 Daily Schedule

Learning packs ready for pick up this morning at the KPIS Kindergarten. #distancelearning #kpis #kpiskinder #coronavirus

The wake-up song is a part of the morning routine here at the KPIS Kindergarten. It covers areas of Development and Learning; Social-Emotional, Physical, Language, and Cognitive Skills.