Our goal is to support the whole family and we are committed to consistent communication and collaboration. From day one, we work closely with families to ensure Individual Education Plans (IEP) fit the needs of their student.
In addition to providing regular progress updates, we also hold parent education evenings on topics that encompass academic programming, demystification, safety and finance.
Parent Association (PA)
At KGMS we are blessed with an active and supportive Parent Association (PA). All parents/guardians of KGMS are members of our PA. The primary focus of the PA is parent community engagement through volunteering, association activities and events. Its purpose is to connect our parents and strengthen our school community.
The KGMS Parent Association’s Planning Group is made up of a core group of volunteer parents/guardians who accept roles to oversee activities, planning, and finances for the PA. Members of the Planning Group accept a one-year term position to lead specific events or activities on behalf of the PA. We collaborate with educators, staff, administration, and parents/guardians of the KGMS Parent Association to organize and coordinate events and activities throughout the year. We work together to enhance KGMS’s vibrant sense of community by helping to build a foundation for community connections.
The PA organizes events and fundraising initiatives for the school. From family education and support, to home-school communication, the PA also serves as a resource for families at KGMS.
All K-7 students wear a KGMS uniform consisting of navy blue pants, skirts or jumpers, and white or navy polo shirts, short, or long-sleeved blouses. There are various special events and spirit days where students are allowed to wear their home clothes for the day.
Grade 8 – 12 students are not required to wear a KGMS uniform, but are expected to dress appropriately for participation in school activities.
Stay up to date on KGMS events with our school calendar.
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We are grateful to be living, working and learning on the unceded traditional and ancestral lands of the Coast Salish territory of the Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), sel̓íl̓witulh (Tsleil-Waututh) and xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) nations.