Sifu Patricia Fievoli

by Sifu Patricia Fievoli

Parent’s Corner

Having the opportunity to take responsibility for one’s own Kung Fu is empowering.

Students in the youth and junior programs will find that by taking responsibility, they are also developing a life skill that transfers to other aspects of life, such as school and home.


Responsibility Checklist:

  • I have a WKFA uniform.
  • I look after my uniform and keep it in a designated place at home.
  • I fold and look after my own belt or sash and know how to tie it myself.
  • I have my own weapons and sparring equipment that fits.
  • I have labeled my equipment and weapons.
  • I have created and update my training manual.
  • I attend classes regularly.
  • I know my own student number and sign into class each time I go.
  • I bring my uniform, weapons, equipment, (as applicable) and training manual to class each time.
  • My training manual is ready should Sifu ask to see it during a class!
  • I know how many classes I have attended at my current rank and the minimum number required to grade.
  • I know my push-ups, squats, and abdominal requirements for my rank and I practice them between classes (also while away during summer holidays or other vacations).
  • I know my forms and curriculum requirements for my rank.
  • I know my minimum time requirements at my current rank.
  • I practice Kung Fu at home in a safe area.
  • I try to eat healthy and drink plenty of water.
  • I fulfill my chores at home.
  • I fulfill my school requirements.
  • I am respectful and kind to others.
  • I am prepared and ready to leave for class on time.
  • I work hard to remember to show my Kung Fu spirit and manners.
  • I have visited our WKFA website.
  • I have thought about and have set goals for my Kung Fu journey.
  • I know that if I have questions or need help at Kung Fu I can ask my Sifus and other leadership team members for help.
  • I bring home any handouts and update my family with Kung Fu news that we talk about in class.
  • When practicing my Kung Fu or arriving at class, I try to bring a positive attitude and a willingness to do my best to my training!