At the Kennedy School, teachers, staff, and administration treat each student as an individual and provide opportunities and activities to challenge their strengths and strengthen their challenges. We have adopted three themes to focus all teaching and learning:
- Success for All Students
- Building Community Through Better Communications, and
- (Re)Discovering the Excitement of Learning.
Learn more about how we implement these themes by including all students in least restrictive environments; providing differentiating instruction in heterogeneous classrooms; and analyzing formative and summative assessments to identify and address students' needs.
The Kennedy School is led by Principal Dr. Anne L. Foley and Assistant Principal Mark Hurrie.