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    Kensington School is full in planned classes in Grade 1, 2, 5 and 6 in the Logos Program AND in Kindergarten, Grade 4 and Grade 6 in the Regular Program. For the Regular Program, resident students in the attendance area may still register in Kindergarten. For the other grades in the regular program, we will now only accept resident students in these grades who move into the school’s attendance area. A resident student of Edmonton Public Schools has at least one parent or legal guardian living in Edmonton who is not Roman Catholic. Non-resident students can enrol in another Division school with space in planned classes.

    If you are registering for Kindergarten or if you are new to Edmonton Public Schools, you must register online.




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  • Special Education Programs

    Special Education Programs


    Interactions Program

    Interactions programming supports students with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). ASD impacts how people understand what they see, hear and sense. This lifelong disability can result in difficulties in communication, social relationships, behaviour or learning. Although some students with ASD achieve at grade level, many have uneven or delayed achievement.


    • Improve communication, social interaction and behaviour while developing academic skills


    • Demonstrate growth in communication skills
    • Demonstrate growth in building and maintaining relationships, and understanding social situations
    • Demonstrate growth in managing frustration and problem-solving
    • Improved ability to handle change or challenging emotions (e.g., anxiety)
    • Development of life skills to support independent living and employment


    • Structured environment with regular routines
    • Smaller classes for more targeted instruction
    • Visual aids, concrete examples and hands-on activities
    • Frequent praise and other meaningful rewards to help students adopt positive behaviours and attitudes
    • Opportunities to join other classes for instruction in a student’s areas of strength


    To be eligible for programming, students must be:

    • 5 ½ to 19 years old on September 1
    • Clinically diagnosed with ASD
    • Demonstrating stereotyped behaviours, and have severe impairment in social interactions and communication

    Contact the school for information about eligibility and special education programming options


    Interactions General Information Video

    Interactions Information Video for Elementary


    Literacy Program

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  •  Logos Christian Program

    Logos Christian Program

    The Logos Christian Program is a tuition free, non-demominational Christian program for students from K-9 within the Edmonton Public Schools district. Instruction in this alternative program follows the Alberta Program of Studies, with a Christian viewpoint, integrated into all curriculum areas. The Logos Christian program is sustained through activities such as morning prayers and devotions, Bible readings and scripture memorization, songs and chapels and opportunites to serve others through various service projects.

    The Logos Christian program will be available to Kindergarten through Grade 9 students for the 2021-22 school year. 


    • Develop academic skills while integrating biblical principles into all areas of study
    • To provide an opportunity for students to live out their Christian values, morals, and beliefs in a supportive and nurturing environment


    • Increased understanding of the Christian faith
    • Development of spirituality through self-reflection and prayer
    • Development of citizenship and leadership skills


    • Ongoing study of the Bible, its principles, and application in today’s society
    • Daily prayer, scripture memorization, and devotions integrated into classroom learning
    • Regular chapels and other worship and fellowship opportunities
    • Opportunities for community service

    Edmonton LOGOS Society

    Parent Commitment and Membership On Line Form

    Parent Commitment and Membership Form PDF

    The word “Logos” was used in the name of the society because of its rich Biblical meaning. As the Gospel of John says, “In the beginning was the Word (Logos) and the Word (Logos) was with God and the Word was God. …The Word became flesh and dwelt among us” (John 1:1, 14a).

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  • Kensington Vibe Awards aim to celebrate students in every class.  Awards are celebrated at the end of each month. The categories for awards are listed below:

    1. Kindness Award: recognizing students who show caring words and actions to students, staff, community members
    2. Responsibility Award: recognizing students who work hard, are on task, show effort and dedication
    3. Service Award: recognizing student contributions to the class/school
    4. Literacy Award: recognizing reading and writing growth
    5. Numeracy Award: recognizing math and numeracy growth

    Parent Recognition Award:  Each month, one parent in each class will receive a letter to recongize their positive involvement, communication and support in their child's learning.



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Welcome to Kensington School 

We are a kindergarten to grade 9 school with a k-6 Regular Community Program, 1-6 Interactions Program, 4-6 Literacy program and a k-9 Logos Christian Program serving approximately 375 students.

I look forward to welcoming back the school community this Fall as we work collaboratively with staff, students and families to begin a brand new year of learning.  We also welcome new families joining us as well!

Students at Kensington will have many opportunities to learn in a warm and welcoming environment led by caring staff.  Diversity and multiple perspectives are respected and valued every step of the way.   Classrooms, halls and outdoor areas are supportive spaces where students are heard and seen.  Building connections and relationships are part of the learning journey.  All members of our school show each other kindness and support each other as we learn and have fun.  A sense of safety and belonging for all is important to us at Kensington.

Students and staff are encouraged to explore, be curious, be creative and take risks in teaching and learning.  We believe that every student is unique and has tremendous potential to grow and pursue their greatest dreams.  Ideas and active participation are welcome from all school community members so that we can create lasting memories together.

Our staff here is committed to the success of every student by offering high quality instruction that is focused on developing literacy, numeracy, social and emotional skills. Through meaningful collaboration and professional development, we model to our students what it means to be a lifelong learner. We are motivated to see each student grow into extraordinary citizens that will make a difference and impact in this world.

Parents, guardians and families are an important part of the school community and we welcome open communication throughout the year.  Please feel free to call, email or connect with us in person so that we can build a partnership in support of student success.

I am passionate about teaching and learning! My role as school leader is to acknowledge strengths in those I serve and to inspire everyone to also find their passions.

I look forward to beginning a new year with you!

Yours in partnership,


  Dao Haddad


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