The Katonah-Lewisboro Learning Commitment
In the KLSD, we will strive to create learning experiences for all students that are engaging, relevant, and take place in an active learning environment.
5:30 p.m. - Anticipated Executive Session
Via private video conference
February 12, 2021
Good day, KES Families.
Our schools will be closed on Monday, February 15, in honor of Presidents' Day.
School will resume on Tuesday, February 16 for Cohort A, 4 Day In-Person and Fully Remote students.
Wednesday, February 17 will be a day of in-person learning for Cohort A and 4 Day students. Fully Remote classes will also take place.
Thursday, February 18 and Friday, February 19 are both Cohort B, 4 Day In-Person and Fully Remote learning days.
We invite you to visit the District's Website (klschools.org) and learn about the important work related to Equity and Racial Justice taking place in KLSD. Additionally, you will find KES featured for the Diversity Program that took place on Wednesday, February 10. Our 5th graders engaged in diversity workshops led by the JJHS student members of the A World of Difference (AWOD) club, supervised by KES Social Worker, Jessica Fulton. You can find this information in the "Newsworthy" section.
In next month's family letter, we will share information about the specific teaching and learning taking place at KES for students, faculty and administration related to diversity, equity and inclusion as well as Social-Emotional Wellness.
We held Kindergarten Orientation on the evening of Wednesday, February 10th. If you are interested in viewing the recording of the Virtual Zoom Webinar, click on the following link to watch the entire program presented by KES administration and the Kindergarten Team. https://ensemble.lhric.org/Watch/Nq3c6YJt
If you have a child turning the age of 5 on or prior to December 1, 2021, please click on the link below and complete the form with your contact information. This will enable us to provide you with information regarding the upcoming registration process.
We look forward to the Annual KES Science Fair, this year taking place virtually on Tuesday, February 23. Many of our K-5 students have chosen to participate, and it is certain to be an exciting night for our young scientists to highlight video presentations of their projects. Look for information from the PTO regarding Zoom Links to the KES Science Fair.
Thank you to the PTO for providing individual activity baggies to be used and enjoyed by K-5 students during indoor movement breaks (only when the weather is not conducive to outdoor play).
Please continue to complete the Daily Health Screener and communicate with Nurse, Sallyann Rozsa regarding your child's health. She can be reached at 914-763-7706 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We appreciate your continued support and cooperation in keeping our learning community safe and healthy.
Cristy Harris, Principal and Kweon Stambaugh, Assistant Principal