From as young as our preschool learners, all the way up to the Knights at Kenowa Hills High School, our community takes a strong and united stance against bullying. Both staff and students work together to ensure Kenowa Hills is a place where compassion is shown to all, and a place were students feel confident to stand up for others.
Starting at our Early Childhood Center, students are taught in an inclusive environment where collaboration and a culture where you can discuss and ask questions is encouraged. As students move onto elementary school, celebrating uniqueness and differences becomes the norm through programs like SUNS: Students United Navigating School, Be Nice, and Kids Who CARE: Choosing an Attitude of Respect and Empathy.
As our Knights move onto the the middle school and high school, anti-bullying efforts through groups such as Bright Lights (middle school) and Knights Lights (high school) strive to maintain a school community that:
If you are interested in touring our buildings to hear more about these efforts and others, please contact our Central Registrar at 616-784-2511 and select option 2 or click here to submit a School Tour Request Form.
If any of our students have experienced bullying or have seen behaviors that do not meet our standards for an inclusive environment, we encourage them to complete our Be Heard Form Here.
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