We welcome you to Kinnikinnick Elementary School and hope that your time with us is fulfilling and enjoyable.Kinnikinnick is proud to be the centre for learning within the Sechelt community, located on the traditional lands of the shíshálh (Sechelt) Nation. It is our goal to instill in our students
• a love of learning and living; and,
• a desire to contribute to the well-being of their families, our community, and the planet.
In doing so, we strive to create a community that, through kindness, respect and inclusion, honours the uniqueness of all.
Your children’s success depends upon teamwork: the team includes you, the children, and our school staff all working together. Communication is key: we will do our best to keep you informed of your children’s progress and other important matters and urge you to do the same. We are always ready to listen and learn with you.
Jeff Marshall, Principal
Presentation on Kids and Video Games
The Sechelt Library is hosting a talk for parents by digital intern Sam Iversen about Kids & Video Games on Saturday, March 4th 10:30 am-11:30 am in the Community Room at the Sechelt Library. The event is designed to help parents make decisions for their
Snow Closure: Thursday, February 9th
Due to varying conditions up and down the coast, we will need to close our schools to students today. Side roads are very slippery making travel by school bus and cars dangerous. Remember that tomorrow, Friday, February 10th is a Professional Development
Request for Foster Parents
Request from Ministry of Children & Family Are you interested in becoming a foster parent? Attend our information session to learn more about it on Wednesday, February 15th at 5498 Wharf Avenue, Sechelt (Ministry of Children and Family Development office