6:30 PM - 8:30 PM School Board Governance Workshop
10:30 AM - 6:30 PM No school - Parent Teacher Conferences
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM Superintendent's Parent Engagement Symposium
Kansas City Public Schools Superintendent R. Stephen Green, Chief Academic and Accountability Office Dr. Vickie Murillo and Chief Financial Officer Al Tunis sat down recently with KCPS-TV Coordinator Justin Robinson to talk on camera about the Master Plan process. View this video to learn why KCPS is developing the plan, the goal of the plan and how you can add your input.
KCPS Superintendent R. Stephen Green, Ed.D. joined students from Paseo Academy of Fine and Performing Arts and Lincoln College Preparatory Academy to mark the launch of the new Kansas City Engineering Zone during an event Thursday night, Jan. 29 at the University of Missouri-Kansas City.
Deborah McClain, Cynthia Finn, Gary Wright, Derrik Wiggins and Stephanie Petralie were all honored in November and December for their outstanding service to KCPS.
The federal Head Start is celebrating its 50th birthday. Kansas City Public Schools was one of the earliest adopters of this program, and KCPS wants to know how it has benefited the community. If you or your child has been positively impacted by Head Start, this is your chance to tell your story.
According to the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), widespread levels of the flu have impacted adults and children in more than 42 states. Kansas City Public Schools is taking a proactive approach to fighting colds and flu in our schools.
The Lincoln College Preparatory Academy Tigers are – once again – among the very best in the nation. The U.S. Department of Education announced today that Kansas City Public Schools’ Lincoln Prep has earned a National Blue Ribbon Award. This honor recognizes the outstanding achievement of students and staff, and it places Lincoln Prep in the very elite ranks of all schools in the entire country.
Kansas City Public Schools Superintendent R. Stephen Green, Ed.D., joined President Barack Obama and more than 60 other big-city public school districts from across the country in a pledge to improve the academic and social outcomes of boys and young men of color, during an event Monday, July 21 with the Council of the Great City Schools at the White House.