One popped in to help my Mandarin student with his pronunciation.
Two co-chaired a gala that will live on as the most fun gathering of pirates, Willy Wonkas, Godfathers, Flappers and other assorted book characters Etobicoke has ever seen.
Two others worked steadfastly, as always, in our Parent Network Store.
I sat with six at our strategic planning meeting on Tuesday. Another six joined the grade ones on their outdoor education trip.
About a dozen worked in the hallways putting up 309 pieces of “Hero” art.
Thirty hosted dinner parties for hundreds of grateful KCS Moms, Dads, Friends and Staff.
Dozens more gave generously in time, expertise and goods to our Feast of Fiction extravaganza.
… and that doesn’t even cover the whole week.
One of our KCS Habits is Respond with Awe and Appreciation. Between all of the above, and the countless other ways parents help make KCS what it is – New Family mentors, Welcome Back BBQ, special lunches, library helpers, various fundraisers, Open House volunteers, the Board of Governors and committees, class parents, and many more – I am filled with the awe and appreciation we aim to establish in our students.
With effort, the world can be pretty awesome. With appreciation for the huge contributions of our parents, our little corner of the world is.
Assistant Head, Academics