To log in, use your school email account that ends in @kippnash.org and school password. If you don’t know your account information, contact your school.
KIPP Nashville will begin phasing students back into in-person learning. We will be welcoming back students in-person who chose that option in the Semester 2 family preference survey.
Students who did not choose in-person learning will continue with virtual learning. We are committed to providing the same level of high-quality instruction to our online learners as we have been over these last months.
When we reopen, we will continue to operate with stringent safety protocols in place, protocols that allowed us to safely operate last November when some of our students returned to school buildings.
Schools will share specific details about schedules, along with reminders about the safety protocols and what to expect on your student’s first day back inside the building.
See the “Family Communications and Updates” section just below for more updates and be sure to follow KIPP Nashville’s Facebook and Instagram pages for ongoing updates.
June 25, 2020 Family Town Hall Recording (Password: 5h*7v!p3)
July 23, 2020 – KNCPE Family Info Session Recording (Password: hVp72ae*) | Q&A from meeting
July 27, 2020 – KIPP Kirkpatrick Elementary Info Session Recording (Password: G1H&3^^Y ) | Q&A from meeting
August 4, 2020 – KACPE Family Info Session Recording – English (Password: *6g0yU2t)
August 5, 2020 – KACPE Family Info Session Recording – Spanish (Password: bBmQ#5Uz)
August 6, 2020 – KACPE Family Info Session Recording – Arabic (Password: @E8e*4S=)
August 6, 2020 – KACPM Family Info Session Recording (Password: AQ!EuO1d) | Q&A from Meeting
Thanks to updated federal guidelines, all breakfast and lunch meals will now be offered at no cost to all families. This means that all children ages 18 or younger, regardless of their free/reduced/paid eligibility status is, may receive FREE meals from any KIPP Nashville or MNPS meal pick-up location. Parents/guardians may pick up meals without their children being present.
Starting Monday, November 30, the meal pick-up schedule at our campuses will be as follows:
For each campus, bus routes will take place on the same days of the week as the on-campus pickups. Click here to see a list of bus stop locations and times.
Please note: any child 18 or younger may receive meals from any MNPS bus stop or school three days a week. Information about MNPS’s schedule and bus stops can be found here: mnps.org/nutrition
Second Harvest Food Bank will be operating out of additional community-based sites, and those in need should call 615-329-3491 or 2-1-1 for more information.
When we are able to open for in-person instruction, you can expect the following precautions to be taken:
We are committed to providing one-to-one technology. Every student will be assigned a Chromebook. We will also be providing mobile hotspots for families who need help with Internet access. Please reach out to your student’s school if you need one.
When we are able to reopen in person, we plan to run school busses in some capacity in a manner similar to pre-COVID operations. We will incorporate safety measures such as increased cleaning, opening windows to increase circulation, requiring all students to wear masks, and spacing students as much as possible.
KIPP Nashville will begin phasing students back into in-person learning on February 23 beginning with grades K-1.
Students can access their online learning HERE. To log in, use your school email account that ends in @kippnash.org and school password. If you don’t know your account information, contact your school.