When schools are out for the summer, it’s important for families to select fun, safe, healthy and educational activities for their children. We offer extensive summer learning opportunities for students throughout Kansas City Public Schools. Here you’ll find resources to help keep your child engaged, active and learning all summer long.
“Parents of all Juniors at ACPrep, this message is to inform you that on Tuesday, April 28, 2015, all juniors in the KCPS District will take the ACT test at their respective schools. Parents, please help us ensure that your child is ready for this test by making sure they get a good night’s rest the day before, April 27 and get to school on time to not only, get breakfast, but to make sure they are not rushed and are at their testing area by 7:30am. This is a National Standardized Test, in which the scores are used to determine placement into college and possible how much scholarship money they qualify for. Thanks for supporting your child and ACPrep in preparing our scholars for their future”.
The Kansas City Youth Court is currently seeking students who are interested in serving the community, gaining insight to the legal system, and helping their peers reconcile with the community by serving as a Youth Attorney for the Kansas City Youth Court (KCYC). For more information, click on the headline above to download the pdf.
If you are lacking on volunteer hours, there is a Free Health Screening Clinic going on at Bartle Hall this coming Saturday April 18. You could get as many as 10-12 hours if they work all day - they are still looking for volunteers. Free parking and they feed you a meal. - Organized and executed by the National Association of Free and Charitable Clinics. Here’s the info: www.NAFC2015KCCARE.com
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority is hosting its Annual Youth Retreat on Saturday, May 2 for youth in grades 6-12.
Kansas City Public Schools receive federal funds for Title I. As a parent of a student in a Title I school, and in accordance with the ESEA Section 1111(h) (6) PARENTS RIGHT-TO-KNOW, you have the right to know the professional qualifications of the classroom teachers who instruct your child. Federal law allows you to ask for certain information about your child’s classroom teachers, and requires the school to give you this information in a timely manner.