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North Kansas City Board of Education to Meet Tuesday Evening

The North Kansas City School District’s Board of Education will meet Tuesday, Jan. 24, at 7 p.m. According to the agenda, this will be a special meeting focused solely on the budget. Board members will receive a five-year-financial forecast and budget projection. This meeting, which is open to the public, will take place at the district’s Doolin … Continue reading

UPDATED Jan. 24: April Elections: Six File for Three Seats on North Kansas City School Board

UPDATED January 24, 2012 — Bryan Mace has withdrawn from the election. He is no longer a candidate. Six candidates are running for three open seats on the Board of Education in the North Kansas City School District. Two incumbents — Melissa Roberts and Dixie Youngers — are running again. Joining them on the ballot … Continue reading

North Kansas City Board of Education to Meet This Evening

The North Kansas City School District’s Board of Education will meet Tuesday, Jan. 10, at 7 p.m. According to the agenda, the board will attend to routine business such as hearing the treasurer’s report and approving bids for services. In addition, they will hear a report on technology updates. Last summer, board members approved the first phase of … Continue reading

KC Parents Aren’t Rushing to Transfer Their Children to Accredited Districts … Yet

Yesterday was the first day most area school district administration offices re-opened after winter break. And — despite predictions that families from the now-unaccredited Kansas City, Missouri School District might mob accredited districts demanding admission — things have been relatively quiet so far. One district, for example, received only about 15 phone calls. “We were … Continue reading

Judge Says Neighboring Districts Must Allow Students to Transfer from KCMO … for Now

When area students return from winter break next week, they may find some new students in their classes, but only if those students’ families can afford to pay tuition. Yesterday, a Clay County circuit court judge ruled that students from the Kansas City, Missouri School District — which loses its accreditation New Years Day — … Continue reading

Five Districts Go to Court to Delay KCMO Student Transfers

On the Friday before Christmas Eve, administrators of five local districts filed a petition asking the Jackson County courts to delay transfer of students from the Kansas City, Missouri schools, which are about to lose their accreditation. The docket of the Circuit Court of Jackson County, Missouri, shows the schools filed a petition, a motion … Continue reading

KCMO Board of Education to Meet Wednesday Evening

The Kansas City, Missouri School District’s Board of Education is scheduled to meet Wednesday, Dec. 21, 6:30 p.m. According to the agenda, the board is expected to approve the district’s audit reports for the 2011 fiscal year. Also, board members are expected to approve a new administrative policy regarding student transfers to accredited school districts. The audit is in several … Continue reading

NKC Board of Education: Filing Begins in December for April Election

Filing begins Tuesday, Dec. 20, for any eligible person interested in serving as an elected official on the Board of Education for the North Kansas City School District. The filing deadline is Tuesday, Jan. 17, and the election will take place Tuesday, April 3, 2012. School board members are citizens who volunteer without pay to determine the policies the … Continue reading

North Kansas City Board of Education to Meet This Evening

The North Kansas City School District’s Board of Education is scheduled to meet this evening in a closed executive session at 6 p.m. and a regular board meeting at 7 p.m. that is open to the public. According to the meeting agenda, the board will receive a financial audit report for the 2011 fiscal year. … Continue reading

UPDATED 12/9: Water Main Woes Mean Students Can’t Wash Hands

Students at one metropolitan-area elementary school are getting a real-life lesson in cause and effect today. Last winter they had a lot of extra days off from school because of dangerously low temperatures. Some summer activities were limited by the heat and the drought. All of that extreme weather put a lot of stress on … Continue reading

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