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  • Lincoln College Prep earns Gold Star

    The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education announced April 10 that it has named Lincoln College Prep a 2014 Gold Star School in recognition of its outstanding academic achievement. Lincoln College Prep is one of the only eight schools in the entire state that received the Gold Star designation this year.

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  • Middle schools are the focus of April 24 event

    Kansas City Public Schools will provide a progress report on its critical Middle School Project during a community meeting 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, May 24 in the cafeteria at Paseo Academy of Fine and Performing Arts.

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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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