Kansas City Public Schools is placing the fee schedule for pre–K services on hold for the 2015-2016 school year. The KCPS Head Start program, Early Childhood Education program and Missouri Preschool Program will suspend billing and provide a refund for parents that provided a deposit during enrollment for this school year. The fee schedule for Border Star, Harold Holliday and Hale Cook Elementary pre–K programs will remain in effect as it has in the past.
Today’s release of the 2015 MAP results show reasons to be pleased and reveal improvement opportunities for Kansas City Public Schools. While much work remains to analyze the results, they do clarify the progress KCPS has made and create a roadmap for KCPS to reach its goals.
Safety and security are top priorities in Kansas City Public Schools. We respect the trust that families place in us with their children, and we are always looking for innovative ways to make our schools safer and more secure. With that in mind, we’re unveiling a new visitor management system for the 2015-2016 school year: Hall Pass.
An election for one (1) member to serve a term from the date of election until 2019 (remainder of vacant term) representing Sub‐District Two (2) on the Board of Directors of the School District of Kansas City, Missouri is to be held on Election Day, November 3, 2015.
A new report from the consulting firm Patron Insight, Inc., gauges public perception of Kansas City Public Schools and maps out community priorities when it comes to education and will help KCPS chart a path to improved communications and engagement with stakeholders.
The Board of Directors of Kansas City Public Schools has chosen Chief Financial Officer Allan Tunis to serve as Interim Superintendent.