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No Cost Covid Testing

Kansas City Public Schools is partnering with the Mid-America Regional Council, KC Cares, Samuel U. Rogers Health Center and Swope Health to offer no-cost COVID-19 testing for KCPS staff, students, families and community members.

KCPS Celebrates Church As Community Champion

The Kansas City Public Schools Board of Directors and Superintendent Mark Bedell honored Friendship Baptist Church as a Community Champion during a School Board meeting on Wednesday evening, Dec. 9.

KCPS Taps Trio As Terrific Teammates

The Kansas City Public Schools Board of Directors and Superintendent Mark Bedell recognized the following staff members as Terrific Teammates during a School Board meeting Wednesday evening, Dec. 9.

KCPS Honors Six Students As Scholar Superstars

The Kansas City Public Schools Board of Directors and Superintendent Mark Bedell recognized the following students as Scholar Superstars during a virtual School Board meeting Wednesday evening, Dec. 10.

KCPS Seeking Feedback from Families with Thoughtexchange

We want to stay connected and hear your questions and ideas about how we should move forward during this pandemic and in this educational landscape. With that in mind, we're asking KCPS families for five minutes today and another five minutes tomorrow to help us plan for the future. Please join our “Thoughtexchange” today to share your thoughts and questions.

Pivot International Donates 7,000 Shields to KCPS

Pivot International, a Lenexa, KS-based global leader in product design, development, and manufacturing, has partnered with Kansas City Public Schools to enhance maximal protection for students and staff with a gift of 7,000 safety shields.

KCPS Board of Education (BOE)

The Kansas City Public Schools IT support team is changing their hours of operation for walk-in support to 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Monday through Friday at the BOE building, which is located at 2901 Troost Ave. in Kansas City, MO.

Lincoln Middle Debate Takes Tourney Title

The Lincoln Middle School debate team successfully made the case for being among the best in the region with a first-place finish in the DEBATE Kansas City (DKC) tournament held virtually on Thursday evening, Dec.3.

KCPS Hosting Voter Registration Drive Thru for Students

Ray Weikal

Kansas City, September 24, 2020:  Kansas City Public Schools is calling on high school seniors and families to help shape the future of our country by making time to register to vote before the Oct. 7 deadline.

In partnership with NAACP, KCPS is hosting a Voter Registration Drive Thru from 3 to 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 30 at Central High School, which is located at 3221 Indiana Ave., Kansas City, MO.

This event is designed to maintain social distancing guidelines while assisting KCPS students, staff, families and community members register to vote. Voter registration qualifications include:

  • 17 ½ years of age to register, 18 years of age to vote
  • United States Citizen
  • Missouri Resident

Participants must bring their Missouri ID as part of the registration process.

Those who can’t attend the KCPS Voter Registration Drive Thru are encouraged to visit the Kansas City Board of Election Commissioners’ website for details about how and where to register to vote.

Visit the KCPS Facebook page to learn more about this event.