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Memory Lane Mondays: In this episode of The Teaching & Learning Chronicles, we take an unfiltered look at instruction at Hartman and Longfellow elementary schools!
Posted: 2014-2-3
KCPS raps through MAP with this anthem produced by Reggie Regg the Magic Man and Rappin' Roy of Lend A Hand Family. "One for my studies, two for my rest, three for my breakfast, now I'm ready for the test!" Parental advisory: Catchy content. May be stuck in your head for the rest of the day.
Posted: 2014-04-21
KCPS is helping students and families get ready for the Missouri Assessment Program (MAP) exams by sharing important preparation tips. In this video, students from Lincoln College Prep talk about how to set yourself up for success!
Posted: 2014-04-14
Throwback Thurs.: This year 27 KCPS schools hosted instructional sessions during Spring Break. In 2012, seven KCPS schools hosted instructional sessions. Students that attended these events received instructions that will help them prepare for MAP testing and future classroom activities. Thanks to all, especially our teachers and families!
Posted: 2014-03-20
Way back Wednesday: It’s a day in the life of a teacher at Melcher Elementary in 1988. Wow! Some things have changed! Through the years one thing remains the same, KCPS (formerly KCMSD) is dedicated to ensuring that all children benefit from teaching and learning.
Posted: 2014-02-29
Kansas City Public Schools is a dedicated professional institution serving the educational needs of students, families and community.
Posted: 2014-02-24
Throwback Thursday: This episode of The Teaching & Learning Chronicles mini-series features an unfiltered look into a classroom at East High School from December 2011.
Posted: 2014-02-20
Flashback Friday: In this episode of The Teaching & Learning Chronicles, we take a look at chemistry and computer survey instruction at Central High School.
Posted: 2014-02-07
Happy Holidays from the
Kansas City Public Schools!
Posted: 2013-12-18
Please enjoy a special Thanksgiving message from Superintendent R. Stephen Green and Mrs. Green. Happy Thanksgiving from everyone at the Kansas City Public Schools!
Posted: 2013-11-25
KCPS is IN IT TO WIN IT!
Kansas City Public Schools students answer the questions, "What makes your teacher great?", "What would you say to thank your teacher?" and give advice to teachers and staff.
Posted: 2013-11-18
Superintendent Green lays out the school system’s agenda for the upcoming school year at the State of the Schools Address. His comments include the vision for increasing student achievement, the growth of important initiatives such as pre-kindergarten education and Digital Learning, and specific plans toward achieving full accreditation and beyond.
Posted: 2013-10-02
We are pleased to announce that our students have earned 84 APR points during the state’s recent achievement measure cycle. Read more here.
Posted: 2013-08-23
Don't forget! Returning students need to register by August 12. visit kcpublicschools.org/registration for info.
Posted: 2013-07-26
For information on fun, summer projects, free summer meals & more: visit kcpublicschools.org.
Posted: 2013-06-14
For information on fun, summer projects, free summer meals & more: visit kcpublicschools.org.
Posted: 2013-06-14
For information on fun, summer projects, free summer meals & more: visit kcpublicschools.org.
Posted: 2013-06-14
The Common Core State Standards provide a consistent, clear understanding of what students are expected to learn, so teachers and parents know what they need to do to help them. The standards are designed to be robust and relevant to the real world, reflecting the knowledge and skills that our young people need for success in college and careers.
Posted: 2013-05-31
Around 1,000 students from seven high schools will receive their high school diplomas. Kansas City Public Schools congratulates these students for doing all they can to be college, career, and workforce ready.
Posted: 2013-05-15
WE ARE... Kansas City Public Schools
Posted: 2013-05-13
Partners and volunteers dedicated to student achievement in the Kansas City Public Schools give us examples of how they make it better. Community support is vital to the success of our students and schools. With the contribution from partnerships & volunteers, our students are able to see the tangible support offered by their neighbors.
Posted: 2013-04-12
Parents of students that attend Kansas City Public Schools give us examples of how they make it better.
Visit kcpublicschools.org/makeitbetter for resources to continue on the right track.
Posted: 2013-02-25
Common Core is the latest set of standards designed to prepare your student for college or a career. This 30-second public service announcement from the Council of the Great City Schools offers a quick glimpse into what these standards mean today and in the future.
Posted: 2013-02-11
KCPS is solely focused on raising student achievement and regaining reaccreditation. This video features a student that explains why.
Posted: 2013-01-11
The Kansas City Public Schools addresses the social needs encountered by our families during the 2nd Annual "A Day of Giving". KCPS families had access to free coats, winter gear, school uniforms, hygiene products, school supplies and books.
Posted: 2012-12-03
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  • Adult Education and Literacy to host community resource fair

    The Kansas City Public School's Adult Education and Literacy program will host a community resource fair on April 24 from 9:30 a.m. to noon. Resources available at the fair will include HSE preparation, work skills training, college and financial aid, vision testing, health services, voter registration, employment information, and much more. All attendees will be eligible for a prize drawing. This event is free and open to the public.

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  • KCPS school board welcomes new members and names new officers

    The Kansas City Public Schools Board of Education has new members and new officers after an induction ceremony and reorganization meeting Thursday, April 10, at KCPS headquarters.

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  • KCPS, Federal Reserve partnership enriches students

    The Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City recently honored a group of Kansas City Public Schools students for going above and beyond to pursue their financial and leadership education this year.

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  • Middle schools are taking shape with your help

    KCPS is working with families, the community, and its employee team to re-open Central Middle and Northeast Middle in the fall of 2014. Get up to speed on the latest developments, including attendance boundaries and construction progress.

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  • KCPS Pre-K openings to increase in fall 2014

    KCPS will expand its early learning programs and open its second early learning community school specifically for pre-K students. Three- and four-year olds living in the central part of the urban core area will be able to attend Richardson Early Learning Community School at 35th & Park. Beginning Monday, March 24, parents can call 816-418-5213 to schedule an appointment to enroll their children in the early learning programs (with the exception of Montessori or Hale Cook) for the 2014-15 school year.

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  • Paseo student to compete in National Shakespeare Competition

    MaKenna Lockhart, a junior at Paseo Academy of Fine and Performing Arts, won first place in the Kansas City regional Shakespeare Competition, sponsored by the local branch of the English-Speaking Union (ESU) on Sunday, Feb. 16 at the Coterie Theater. She will go on to represent ESU's Kansas City Branch at the National Shakespeare Competition held at Lincoln Center in New York City on May 5, 2014.

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  • Check out our new Common Core Standards webpage

    Learn how these new education standards will impact your student and how it will put them in a position excel in college or in the developing job market.

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