Dr. Jennifer Collier started teaching in KCPS 23 years ago.
These recommendations are based on feedback received from our students, staff, families and community this fall and will help move us toward our goal of enhancing the student experience in KCPS.
This week, Northeast High School choir students went on a field trip to sing carols at two senior living facilities.
Congratulations to students Roberto Velazquez, Bridget Gosnell and Gabriel Ponzer for their selection to this prestigious audition band!
eNews from December 15, 2022
Walk into Trailwoods on a Tuesday or Thursday, you will find the older students taking part of their day working in the school store, learning about stage blocking or even checking the moisture levels of their plant projects.
Students from Northeast High School and Lincoln College Preparatory Academy attended the 2022 DECA Central Region Leadership Conference in Milwaukee, Wisconsin over the weekend.
Kansas City Public Schools is conducting a nationwide search for its next superintendent and has contracted with an executive search firm to lead the search.
eNews from December 1, 2022
Congratulations to our student mathematicians who helped KCPS emerge as the overall District Champion in the 13th Annual PREP-KC Regional Math Relays!
Enrollment is now open for anyone interested in attending a KCPS Signature School or free pre-K next year!
Primitivo Garcia teachers participated in a special shopping spree courtesy of Office Depot on Nov. 7, 2022.
KCPS is excited to announce a new partnership with Kansas City Athletics!
The Reasons to Believe Honor Roll is a celebration of notable Kansas City, Kansas, Public Schools alumni making a difference in the community. Congratulations, Dr. Collier!
Congratulations are in order for Mr. Kevin Hogan! Last week, Mr. Hogan was randomly chosen to win a free two-year lease at Two Light Luxury Apartments as a part of the Kansas City Power & Light District partnership with KCPSEF.
With cold and flu season upon us, KCPS has many resources for keeping your family healthy this fall. Remember, if your child is ill, please do not send them to school.
Seventeen KCPS seniors received life-changing news on Tuesday: Avila University in partnership with KC Scholars had awarded them full-ride scholarships.
The purpose of Kansas City Public Schools (KCPS) is to provide a quality education that prepares all of our students, regardless of background or circumstances, for success in college, career and life. We will produce scholars who are high-achieving critical thinkers, prepared to succeed in a constantly changing world and engaged in the improvement of their communities.
Breakfast and lunch are provided to every student in the KCPS, free-of-charge.
In efforts to address the social-emotional needs of students and families the Department of Students Support Services is implementing a Tele-Health Service Delivery Model.
KCPS is partnering with LINC to provide high quality school-age childcare free-of-charge for KCPS families.
Kansas City Public Schools ensures a free and appropriate public education in the least restrictive environment for students eligible for special education or Section 504.
Junior Pylons, Pylons and Destined For Greatness gifted programs available for every KCPS student.
"Education is the ability to listen to almost anything without losing your temper or your self-confidence.”
Mentoring within schools has become an increasingly popular and effective way to bring a caring adult or older peer relationship to the lives of more youth.
Assist with sponsoring educational opportunities that benefit KCPS students, families and employees and invest in the KCPS community.
Participating in parent leadership organizations is a great way to get involved in the education of children. Adults who take an active role in education positively impact future generations of leaders, workers and parents. These adults also get a chance to see firsthand what goes on inside schools within the Kansas City, Missouri School District.
By giving your time you're not only helping KCPS, you're also helping the communities our schools support and thrive in.
The Kansas City Public Schools Education Foundation was established in 2012 as a self-perpetuating, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization to promote quality education in Kansas City Public Schools.