Welcome to Kenny School!

Kenny Community School serves Kindergarten through 5th grade. We are always ready to show you what makes our school a nurturing and effective place to educate children!

"The harder you work the smarter you get!"

To schedule a tour, please call us at (612) 668-3340


**The 4th grade recorder recital that was scheduled for Thursday, March 14, has been temporarily POSTPONED. More to come!

Kindergarten Music Informance

KB: Thursday, March 14, Noon—12:30pm

KA: Friday, March 15, Noon—12:30pm

101: Monday, March 18, Noon—12:30pm

Music Room




WHEN: Saturday, March 16 from 6-11pm

WHERE: Richfield Legion, 6501 Portland Ave S, Richfield

We raise money for a good cause—The Kenny Parent Foundation, which benefits Kenny Community School. This parent event is fun and is a great way to build community!

Raffle prizes GALORE! CLICK HERE for the updated raffle prize list!

To purchase tickets and for more information: **GET YOUR RSVP IN TODAY!**





Assembly times in the gym:

8:15am: Grades 3, 4 and 5

8:40am: Kindergarten, 1 and 2

6:30pm: District event

Southwest High School

3414 West 47th Street, Minneapolis 55410



THURSDAY, MARCH 28 at 1:30pm in the gym!

**Grades Kindergarten - 5th** HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!


Friday, March 08, 2019 10:40 AM

CLICK HERE  to read the 2019-20 budget letter to Kenny families from Principal Gibbs

CLICK HERE to view the 2019-20 staffing, school allocation, and enrollment estimates

Please join us for the next Site Council meeting on Tuesday, March 5 at 5pm as Principal Gibbs discusses the next steps and presents several scenarios to address our current $49,124.00 deficit.

Thursday, November 08, 2018 10:50 AM


The School Nurse Organization of Minnesota is pleased to announce the 2018 School Nurse of the Year!

This honor recognizes one Licensed School Nurse annually who emulates the profession of School Nurse. Nominated by her peers, Ann is most worthy of this honor, evident by her outstanding School Nursing practice.

     Most recently, Ann just began her 20th year as an employee of the Minneapolis Public Schools as a Licensed School Nurse. Currently she provides direct care to approximately 1500 students at an elementary school and one high school, also being in charge of health programing for the home school program.   Her nominator describes Ann as a quiet hero who consistently demonstrates leadership and impacts the well-being of all children.

      Within the district, Ann has lead the way as a member of the task force to develop the MPS Professional Practice Model and mission statement.  Her effective articulation, skill with wordsmithing and advocacy aided in securing a Nursing Director position (a newly created position) within MPS.   In 2005, she was honored to be a Johnson and Johnson School Nurse Fellow.

      Her leadership has led to the formation of partnerships within the community. Within the community, Ann is a co-leader for the Grief Recovery program in the Twin Cities and is active within the Speakers Bureau.   Students and families are able to receive influenza vaccination during the school festival due to a grant secured from the Kohl’s Care Program. Ann has been instrumental in partnering with the Phillips Eye Institute in providing vision screening and glasses.  

     Ann not only shares her skill  for School Nursing as she mentors new nurses within the District but her passion for the profession is  shared within SNOM,  the School Nurse Organization of Minnesota. Since 1998, Ann has been a committee member and previously the chair of the annual conference planning committee.  During the conference, she is the familiar voice between speakers, providing logistical information, making sure everything runs smoothly and presenting the press releases for the past School Nurse of the Year recipients.  

     In 2000, Ann received her Master of Science Degree in Nursing at the University of Minnesota.  Her thesis was selected for a poster presentation at the National School Nurse conference in Milwaukee.  Additional contributions on a National level include being an instructor for the Managing School Emergencies and Disaster Preparedness programs from 2001-2010.

    As a leader in School Nursing and wellness, Ann is committed to personal wellness and life balance.  She is an active member of the Minnetonka Mom’s Club-West and a current member of a women’s hockey team, appropriately named Ms. Conduct.  She lives in Minnetonka with her husband, Tom and two boys, Peter and Jack.

    As stated by one Principal, “Ann always is able to give her best and goes above and beyond what is expected”.  She is a trusted leader for Licensed School Nurses in all areas of practice and within the School Nursing Professional organizations.  Congratulations to Ann Lumbar Bendson  for her excellence in School Nursing and service to the community she serves and her profession.

Congratulation to Ms. Johnson!
Tuesday, August 07, 2018 9:50 AM

No automatic alt text available. Ms. Janee Rivard-Johnson received the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST) for teaching mathematics in grades K-6.

Established by Congress in 1983, the Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST) are the highest honors bestowed by the United States government specifically for K-12 mathematics and science (including computer science) teaching. The President may recognize up to 108 exemplary teachers each year.

In addition to her technical skills, Ms. Johnson is loved by our students for her warm, encouraging personality. She teaches after school math classes and leads the school math team. She’s also been known to pop up at her students soccer, volleyball and other sporting events on evenings and weekends! This is a well deserved honor!

Budget Allocation for 2017-2018 (Click here)
Monday, April 03, 2017 7:40 AM

Kenny School has received its budget allocation for the 2017-2018 school year.  Due to overspending by the district for several years, schools are receiving a 2.5% budget decrease as Superintendent Graff works to get the district back on track.  Pushing all of our current programming forward using the 17-18 costs, our school is short $105,211 and will lose our half time Math Specialist.  We will work to be extremely creative in planning for next year.  Please see the link if you are interested in seeing the numbers: 2017-18 Budget Packet