June News

IMPORTANT DATES:

June 3- 7: 4th Quarter Testing & Spirit Week
-Monday: Crazy Hair Day
-Tuesday: Favorite Sports Team Day
-Wednesday: Luau Day
-Thursday: Red, White, & Blue Day (School Colors)
-Friday: Pajama Day

June 21st: NO SCHOOL – All School Picnic (Gage Park 10a-12p) and Graduation at VA Theater at 3:00 pm (Please see classroom teacher for more information).

IMPORTANT NEWS:

Reminder: Kennedy Academy will be closed July 1st through July 5th! Please plan accordingly. Tuition is due for the week we are closed. Thank you!

For the students that are graduating Pre-K and Kindergarten, please remember that a 30-day notice is required. If you have not yet notified the office of the date your child is leaving, please do so as soon as possible. We will assume that a child that is currently enrolled at Kennedy Academy will continue through the summer and into the next school year unless otherwise notified. Thank you!

Kennedy Academy is currently enrolling for summer positions and for the 2019/2020 school year. Please share our website or telephone number with friends and family that may be looking for placement for their child(ren) for the upcoming school year. Thank you!

To Schedule a Tour: 
Email khamner@kennedyacademy.com or call 785-266-5150 and ask to speak with either Kandice or Chelsie. We would be happy to show you around and discuss our program.

To Enroll:
Complete the Student Information form (download the Enrollment form here) and pay the $50.00 non-refundable enrollment fee (cash or money order only please).

Tuition:
$145/week – We are a full-time program Monday through Friday. Discounts available for military and multi-child. DCF Accepted. Tuition will increase to $150 on August 1st.

Hours of Operation:
6:30 am – 5:30 pm
School begins promptly at 8:30 am.

Additional Information:
Kennedy Academy accepts children from the ages of 2 1/2 years through Kindergarten.

Children must be potty trained.

We do not discriminate against anyone in regard to race, religion, national origin, ancestry, physical handicap, or sex. However, we do say a prayer of thanks before each meal and we do teach and celebrate the true meaning of Christian holidays such as Christmas and Easter.

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About Ms. Kandice - DIRECTORS NOTE

Hello! My name is Kandice Hamner. I have been with Kennedy Academy since 2010 when I started as a Lead Teacher. In 2012, I accepted the position as Executive Director. I have my Bachelor's in Early Childhood Unified from Fort Hays State University and have over 15 years experience in the early childhood field. If I can be of assistance to you, please feel free to stop by my office.