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Blueprint 2030: Help KCPS Set Goals for the Future

We’re asking staff members, students, parents/guardians and others to join us in providing feedback by participating in our Thoughtexchange platform. This is an opportunity for our stakeholders to offer their responses to questions about the future of our schools.

Celebrate Our 2021 School Teachers of the Year

The 2021 Kansas City Public Schools Teacher of the Year Recognition Program honors the educators who structure their classrooms to increase performance and provide exceptional experiences, no matter what.

KCPS Board of Education (BOE)

Families who applied for kindergarten, pre-K or a Signature School by the initial deadline of Monday, Feb. 15, received emails Wednesday, March 3 with offers to their first, second or third choice school.

Zoom Across America

The Greater Kansas City Links Chapter is partnering with school systems across the metro to host Zoom reading sessions for kindergarten - third grade students in honor of Read Across America Week, the nation’s largest celebration of reading.

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.

National School Psychology Week

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Raymond Weikal

We're joining school systems around the country in recognizing Nov. 9-13, 2020 as National School Psychology Week. We celebrate the week’s official theme: "Power of Possibility." The goal of this week is to raise awareness about the role of school psychologists and how they can help empower children to grow in areas such as social skills, empathy, and compassion for others, as well as problem-solving, goal setting, and study skills. As we all deal with the COVID-19 pandemic, we know that it is more important than ever to help students develop resilience to move beyond stressful circumstances.

Our school psychologists are highly trained to provide a range of services to meet the academic, social/emotional, mental and behavioral health needs of our students. These services include direct academic behavioral support and intervention for students, counseling and trauma-informed services, crisis response and strategies to promote school safety, facilitation of coordinated home and school supports, collaboration with administrators to improve school- and system-wide strategies for student success, and collaboration with community service providers to coordinate needed services.

Visit our website to learn more about these and other support resources available for our students and families.

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