A message from Mrs.McKenna
I am writing to you today because I am stepping down from the position of Program Director for Karate International. The past 3 years working with this amazing community of people has been an incredible and life changing opportunity. I am so blessed to have gotten to know each and every one of you and helped you along your journey! Karate International as been a place for me to grow as a person and I am so grateful for each and every day.
I have the opportunity to branch off to a new chapter in my life, one that will grant me the flexibility to spend as much time with my children as possible. I am taking a course to be a real estate agent and once completed will be working with people to find their homes.
This is a bittersweet opportunity and I'm sad about leaving Karate International, however I am excited for this next step in my own journey. This has been a place for me to learn and grow as a person. Thank you all for the support and love you have shown me since day one. I will still be attending some special events as my schedule allows. I plan to be at the kick-a-thon and Teen Awards Banquet.
I am so proud to be a part of this community and to see the tremendous growth from all the students. Thank you all and know that you all have a special place in my heart forever. It has been an honor and privilege to be a part of the Karate International Team. Special thank you to Mr.English and Mr.Wharem for your guidance and friendship, we have grown to become more then coworkers but a family.
Again, I am forever grateful for the people and the time I spent in the office with you. All good things must come to pass, I am so blessed to have the continued support of my KI Family.
All my love and blessings to you and your families,
Happenings around the dojo!
Happenings around the Dojo
As July approaches, our minds begin to wander a bit. Summer starts to reach its peak and we all begin to set our thoughts on relaxing by the pool or lake. For parents, however, we realize that a new school year is never far behind. It can be especially hard to think about the next grade if your child struggled at all in their last school year...