Becoming a Miss Kendra School costs $17,500 for the first year and $5,000 per year for the following years.
Our Most Popular Program
The Foundations Program provides a year-long curriculum guided by Powerpoints that introduce the students to the Legend of Miss Kendra and Miss Kendra’s List, and to hypothetical situations encountered by students their age. The program is implemented in weekly 30-minute sessions.
Miss Kendra Programs are available for grades Kindergarten through 12th Grade
Miss Kendra’s Toolbox
Miss Kendra Time Lessons
Students meet Miss Kendra through curricula, and teachers lead weekly Miss Kendra Time lessons based on provided curricula.
Red Bead Moments
Students are given red wooden beads when they share significantly stressful experiences, following Miss Kendra’s lead in saying, “This red bead is for your strength.”
Through writing letters to Miss Kendra and receiving a letter back from her, students unburden themselves and learn to articulate their thoughts and feelings.
Miss Kendra's Red Hat
The red hat represents the magic of Miss Kendra, for Miss Kendra can be imagined by each student in their own way, of any age, of any race, of any nationality. All that matters is taking the time to make a child feel seen and heard.
The Legend of Miss Kendra is a story of a woman who went through her own healing journey and greets each child at school with questions about how they are doing.
Miss Kendra’s List
Miss Kendra’s List is the backbone of the Program. It stands up to the major adversities in a child’s life. The List is a Declaration to Protect Children!
No child should:
- be harmed because of their race, religion, or gender.
- be left alone for a long time.
- be bullied or told they are no good.
- be touched in their private parts.
- have to see other people hurt each other.
- be scared by gun violence at home or in school.
- it makes a child feel bad about themselves.
- it makes a child not care about school.
- it makes a child feel sad or scared or lonely.
- it makes a child feel angry and want to fight too much.
- it makes a child feel like not trying hard or giving up.
- it makes a child worry a lot about their family.