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KCKPS Is Proud to Announce the 2018 Reasons to Believe Honorees
Contact: Melissa Fears, Director of Marketing and Communication, (913) 279-2225 Kansas City, Kansas Public Schools is pleased to announce the honorees for the 2018 Reasons to Believe recognition. These are individuals whose accomplishments showcase their incredible skills and life stories, highlighting their perseverance, hard work and dedication. Their qualities exemplify to all of us why they are Reasons to Believe and inspirations to many The following honorees will be celebrated at the Central Office and Training Center on Thursday, November 15 at 7 p.m Jeainnie Brown: certified public accountant, Hallmark Cards Inc. (1989 graduate, Wyandotte High School) Janie Gaunce: president and chief executive officer of Grapevine Designs, LLC (1976 graduate, Washington High School) Lyle Gibson: division…
7 key phrases Montessori teachers use and why we should use them, too
Because words matter.
10 Things Kindergarteners Should Know Before School
The first day of Kindergarten is a major milestone. Here are 10 things every Kindergartener should know before they start their first day of school.
Why School Choice Fails
A long history shows that families often choose segregation over mixed-race learning.
How Khan Academy’s Founder Designs a Brick and Mortar School for Kids
Sal Khan, a pioneer of online tutorials with his successful Khan Academy, has established a private brick-and-mortar laboratory school in Silicon Valley. He plans to share its lessons with educators.
National Radon Safety Board
National Radon Safety Board - NRSB
Elementary Class LIsts 2018-19
The 2018 Class Lists are here! (Kindergarten classroom teachers announced at orientation) Grade 1 Grade 2 Grade 3 Grade 4 Grade 5
My Child Will Learn to Knit?
Knitting and handwork is a subject in Waldorf of equal importance to Music and Spanish and the other special subjects. Wonder why? Learn to knit! It requires counting, fine motor skills, spatial awareness and multilateral thinking. Best of all, unlike a math worksheet, this math lesson, a pattern of weaving and intertwining multiple rows, layers, …
What would happen if an elementary school abolished homework? This.
Citing the lack of evidence that homework does much if anything to improve academic performance in elementary grades, a principal in Manhattan notified parents that there would be no more after-school assignments for the public school’s students.