Starting The School Year Off Right At Kipp Navigate

Last week I had the opportunity to meet the new teachers that will be working at Kipp Navigate. I shared my experience with the teachers and a few parents. We were very excited to meet them and hear how they would work with our children. We hope all the staff and their families have been safe, and that they feel excited to start the school year on campus. The pandemic and distance learning has been hard for families, teachers, and school staff. We are looking forward to transitioning to a new year on campus. 

In the spirit of fresh starts, I also want to welcome the new class of 2025 and welcome returning students’ to in-person school. I look forward to everything being back to standard this year, though we did not have the opportunity to see you all last year — which was tough. We are so happy to see you interact with each other, and all the staff is ready to see you at our new campus. I hope you can participate in all the activities and trips the school has planned for the year.

Teachers are already preparing to welcome students and families to the Kipp navigate campus. We are pleased that everything is returning to normal, and the students will be able to socialize with their classmates at school. I am grateful to our new teachers and our founder’s teachers, who are all working very hard. This fall feels like a chance to find our new normal, and return to the roots of what Kipp Navigate and a school experience should be for our kids. Learning in-person, making new friends, and having fun!

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Evangelina Núñez

Evangelina Núñez

Evangelina Núñez is a Latina mom leader from Zacatecas Mexico, she lives in San Jose, CA with her family, her husband and three children, two daughters and one son. She graduated from the High School Escuela Popular in East San Jose, because of her bad experience in her education. When she was young she decided to study child development and her goal is to be able to help as a teacher's assistant recently she became interested in studying topics that have to do with children with special needs. She is a founding mom at Kipp Navigate high school in East side San Jose. She is a believer 100% of school choice and high quality education she is a member of the santa clara charter school collision, her children attend Rocketship Mateo Sheedy, Kipp Heritage and now Kipp Navigate , she is very involved in all the school she go also she is part of KFA (the kipp family association), she knows first hand the education and believes that the involvement of parents involved is essential in the daily life of a student.

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