Bridging the Communications Gap

In a school district with over 22,000 students with families who speak more than 70 different languages, bridging the language gap has always been a priority for Kansas City, Kansas Public Schools. Now the district is happy to announce a new and innovative way to make connecting families with all of the information they need in a timely manner. Starting this week, all KCKPS schools will be equipped with services through Propio One. This innovative app allows for families to come to their area school and get answers immediately, regardless of the language they speak. “I am so excited about…
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Notice of Special Meeting – Saturday, August 7, 2021

Pursuant to Board Policy BCAC, the Kansas City Kansas Public Schools Board of Education President, Randy Lopez, has called a special meeting to be held virtually on Saturday, August 7, 2021 starting at 9:00 a.m. (via ZOOM}. The board will meet to approve the Human Resources Report and Recommendations regarding hiring of personnel for the 2021-22 school year. Posted August 5, 2021
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Enrollment and Bell Schedule

New Student Enrollment Welcome! If you are a new family to Kansas City, Kansas Public Schools you can enroll students from Kindergarten to Grade 12 right here online. You will need these documents to enroll your students in grades K-12: Proof of Residency (Utility bill, rental or lease agreement, DL with current address, mail from a government program) Immunization records (Current and up to date immunizations) Birth Certificate Physicals for students 9 and younger If you have questions about the documents needed for a new enrollment please contact Student Services at 913-551-3200. If you are interested in our Early Childhood…
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Online Meal Application Surveys Now Open

Instead of meal applications this year, we need families to complete the Household Economic Survey for the information we need. Please select the survey below that best fits your needs. Household Economic Survey - English Household Economic Survey - Spanish Posted July 28, 2021
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Partnerships Engage KCKPS Students with New Innovative Technology

KCKPS announced a new pilot program that will change the way teachers teach and students learn in the classroom. The announcement of the new Educational Virtual Reality (E-VR) program was held during a special celebration at Carl B. Bruce Middle School today, one of the three schools that will be using the new innovative E-VR technology. Thanks to the Kansas City, Kansas School Foundation for Excellence and their partnership with OmniLife and the Future Leaders Outreach Network (FLON), KCKPS students and teachers will experience how E-VR can engage and improve their learning experiences inside and outside the classroom.   “We are…
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Enough is Enough: A New Initiative from Kansas City, Kansas Public Schools

 Click here to register for the Enough is Enough Virtual Community Forum on January 28, 2021 To our KCKPS families, students, and the community,   We as members of the Kansas City, Kansas School Board want to discuss a growing problem within our community. To be transparent, over the past year our district has lost 21 of our students. Students who would be focused on their futures: heading to college, their first job, and so much more. While not every tragedy was caused the same way, the majority of our students have died due to gun violence, in fact…
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