To our KASEP Families: Due to the ongoing presence of COVID-19 in our state, the Kensington Community Council and KASEP find themselves in a period of unprecedented transition which has forced WCCUSD and many other school districts to start the academic year providing only distance learning. We are following the WCCUSD’s lead in these matters. We have been working through the summer with our wonderful teachers to transfer to an online presence. We understand that many families are actively looking for enriching outlets for their children in the Fall, and we want to support our community by providing a variety of enriching opportunities. A number of our teachers have successfully taught online classes this summer and are willing to work with us in the Fall. However, we must acknowledge our limitations and respect the Contra Costa Health Service COVID-19 guidelines. As a non-profit, the KCC is limited in our scope of classes by the amount of open space, bathroom facilities, and staff available. As of this posting, we have only one set of bathrooms in Building E which limits the number of kids we can accommodate based on the Contra Costa Health Services guidelines. We do not have access to the Community Center at this time and do not know when kids will be able to use this facility. We realize that the start of the school year will be a difficult balancing act for everyone. We hope that you and your families are all well and continue into the Fall in good health.

About KCC

kcc-mural-squareThe Kensington Community Council (KCC) provides educational and recreational programs for the community such as the Kensington After School Enrichment Program (“KASEP”), Summer Day Camp and adult physical fitness classes. KCC is a 501c3 non-profit corporation. KCC also publishes the Kensington Outlook community newspaper that covers local news, issues and events.

KCC Board meetings are held the first Monday of the month at 6:30PM via Zoom. For more information, please phone or email: (510) 525-0292;


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KASEP Spring 2020 registration starts March 3.
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KASEP for Grades 1 – 6

Summer camp registration starts Feb. 25.

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KCC Mission Statement

The Kensington Community Council is dedicated to the improvement, development, and education of the community and to the promotion of social welfare in Kensington. It enriches the community by providing educational and recreational programs for all ages and by publishing the Outlook, a monthly newsletter that covers local events and issues.

KCC also provides a forum for all Kensington community groups to meet and coordinate their respective efforts toward the common good of the community.

Board of Directors 2020-2021

Becky Stephens, President
Todd Hodson, Vice President
Ted Blanckenburg, Treasurer
Danielle Power, Secretary
Jenny Parks, KCC Recreation Director

Linnea Due, Editor, Kensington Outlook Newspaper

Kensington Community Council
59 Arlington Avenue
Kensington, CA 94707

KCC FEDERAL TAX ID: # 94-1491933