Sharing the extraordinary efforts and leadership happening across our KIPP Team & Family is something I look forward to every week. This week, I wanted to bring to us all the perspectives of two of our KIPPsters, Maddison (5th grader from KTX-Houston) and Serenity (8th grader from KIPP Kansas City).
KIPP Atlanta alumni Cameron Franklin reflects on the impact KIPP had in discovering his passion for music.
In this blog series, we’ll be highlighting teams and family across our network doing exemplary work making a difference in their communities and beyond. If you have an act of gratitude that you would like to share from your region email: firstname.lastname@example.org. We would love to feature it!
D’Anza Smith is preparing to open a middle school next fall in Los Angeles. She shares her vision for the school and how she plans to make sure students experience all the rich learning experiences that Los Angeles has to offer.
Paloma Contreras, a Spanish teacher at KIPP Houston, explains why teaching Spanish is her passion. Her classes not only inspire students and families to learn a language, but also challenge them to grow in their knowledge of the world.
Shawn Bender is preparing to open an elementary school next fall: KIPP Pleasant Grove Elementary. He shares his vision for the school and how he plans to nurture all different kinds of learning styles through an arts-infused curriculum.
KIPP’s focus on character first drew Andrea McCormick to KIPP six years ago. Now as the Dean of Instruction at KIPP Dream Prep, she knows that a dual focus on character and academics helps develop young minds that are conscious of the world around them. Learn how she infuses character in her school.