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Unofficial Results: Gunnar Hand Projected to Win KCMO School Board Seat

With almost all precincts reporting, it looks like Gunnar Hand is the newest member of the Kansas City, Missouri School District Board of Education. At 10:23 p.m., unofficial results from the Kansas City Board of Election Commissioners showed 14 out of 16 precincts reporting. Hand was leading with 62.13 percent of the vote. Click HERE … Continue reading

Kansas City, Missouri School Board Candidate: Stephen Himes

Campaigns are underway for the Kansas City, Missouri School District Board of Education seat in District 2, and election day will be Tuesday, Nov. 6. The KC Education Enterprise is asking each candidate to respond to a list of questions that may help voters decide how to cast their ballots. Stephen Himes is one two candidates who … Continue reading

Kansas City, Missouri School Board Candidate: Gunnar Hand

Campaigns are underway for the Kansas City, Missouri School District Board of Education seat in District 2, and election day will be Tuesday, Nov. 6. The KC Education Enterprise is asking each candidate to respond to a list of questions that may help voters decide how to cast their ballots. Gunnar Hand is one two candidates who … Continue reading

Originally posted on 20 Pounds Of Headlines:
Kansas City Missouri School Board member Derek Richey is resigning. The district says Richey is resigning to take another job out of town. “It has been an honor to serve the students, parents, and citizens of Kansas City over the past four years,” said Richey. “The work has been…

UPDATE: KCMO Board of Education to Consider Re-opening 2 Closed Buildings As Alternative Schools

The Kansas City, Missouri School District’s Board of Education will meet Wednesday, June 13, at 6:30 p.m. Tonight’s agenda is devoted to the routine responsibilities of governance. However, also on the agenda is a list of business the board will attend to at their second meeting later this month, and one of those items is a proposal to re-open two … Continue reading

UPDATED: KCMO School Board Approves Building Sale to Development Team With Mixed Record of Business Practices

When the Kansas City, Missouri School District’s Board of Education approved the sale of Swinney Elementary School this week, it didn’t just go to the highest bidder. Board members also selected the developer with a proposed renovation plan more in line with the desires of the surrounding community. Kansas City Sustainable Development Partners, LLC, plans … Continue reading

Selling Old School Buildings on the Agenda for KCMO Board of Education

Art Credit: KC Education Enterprise | Photo Credit: 123rf stock image | Logo Credit: Kansas City, Missouri School District The Kansas City, Missouri School District’s Board of Education will meet Wednesday, May 23, at 6:30 p.m. In addition to routine agenda items – such as purchasing food court furniture and renewing an agreement with Yellow Cab — board members will oversee the sale … Continue reading

Finances on Agenda for KCMO School Board Tonight

The Kansas City, Missouri School District’s Board of Education will meet Wednesday, May 9, at 6:30 p.m. In addition to routine agenda items — such as paying annual Missouri School Boards Association dues and a legal bill — board members will focus on finances during tonight’s workshop meeting. Board members will be hearing reports on financial planning and budgeting. The Kansas … Continue reading

Vote Tomorrow May Give Mayor Power to Appoint KCMO School Board Advisors

The Kansas City, Missouri School District’s Board of Education will meet Wednesday, April 25, at 6:30 p.m. In addition to routine items on the agenda, such as paying bills and awarding contracts, members will consider making changes to the board intended to support the district’s effort to regain state accreditation. One agenda item is a possible policy change allowing the … Continue reading

New Accreditation Scoring Guide Now Available for Missouri Districts

Missouri now has a scoring guide to accompany its new accreditation standards. Starting May 1 and continuing through the summer, educators will be attending a series of informational meetings and webinars to learn about the new guide and how it will apply to their districts. State Board of Education members heard a report about the … Continue reading

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