Jun 09
CHS Update

Dear Parents and Guardians,

I am writing to inform you that this is my last month as Assistant Principal here at Coventry Hills School.  While I am very excited about my new AP position, I am extremely sad to be leaving this amazing community of learners, parents and staff.

Being a part of Coventry has defined my teaching career. For seventeen years I have called Coventry Hills my home; teaching grade 2, developing my leadership skills, and as assistant principal for the last three years. I know every inch of these hallways, every curious space within our playground and every room that holds the excitement for learning. It is the students, however, that I will miss most of all and the connections I have made with all of you. I feel privileged to have been here for so long, watching your children learn and grow. 

Continue to be healthy and take good care of yourself and your loved ones.




Joan Laythorpe​


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