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UPDATE Arlund & Saulsberry Prevail in Raytown School Board Race

UPDATED Wednesday, March 3, 9:22 a.m. Preliminary results are in from the Jackson County and Kansas City Boards of Election Commissioners. Incumbent Bobbie Saulsberry and newcomer Pam Arlund are the newly elected members of Raytown School District’s Board of Education. Incumbent Rick Thode narrowly lost his bid for re-election. ___________________________________________________ Read our Twitter feed for … Continue reading

Four Candidates Competing for Two Seats on Raytown School Board

Voters in the Raytown School District will have choices to make in the April general election. Four candidates — including two incumbents — are campaigning for two open seats. The incumbents are Bobbie Saulsberry and Rick Thode. Challengers are Pam Arlund and Ken Grist. Three candidates responded to an invitation to complete the KC Education Enterprise candidate … Continue reading

Raytown School Board Candidate: Bobbie Saulsberry

Campaigns are underway for Board of Education seats in districts throughout the Kansas City metropolitan area, and election day will be Tuesday, April 2. 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. To see the candidate’s results in larger print, … Continue reading

Raytown School Board Candidate: Ken Grist

Campaigns are underway for Board of Education seats in districts throughout the Kansas City metropolitan area, and election day will be Tuesday, April 2. 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. To see the candidate’s results in larger print, … Continue reading

UPDATED 3/25/13 March School Board Meetings — Week 2

UPDATE 3/25/13 According to the Hickman Mills Board of Education calendar, they were to meet the third week in March. However, according to their agenda, they actually met during the second week. The state boards of education in Missouri and Kansas plus 19 local school boards met during the second week of March. Click on … Continue reading

Raytown School District Board of Education Meeting — Monday, March 11

Raytown School District’s Board of Education met Monday evening, March 11. From a policy standpoint, the highlights of their agenda were: News that the district is featured in a chapter of a new book from Lead + Learn Press, Getting Started With Rigorous Curriculum Design; and A legislative update. ___________________________________________________ Read our Twitter feed for more education news … Continue reading

Raytown School Board Candidate: Pam Arlund

Campaigns are underway for Board of Education seats in districts throughout the Kansas City metropolitan area, and election day will be Tuesday, April 2. 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. To see the candidate’s results in larger print, … Continue reading

Most Recent Federal Numbers Show Eight Local Districts Employed More Non-Teachers Than Teachers

If you missed our story, New Study: Number of Administrators Grew Faster Than Number of Students in Kansas & Missouri, you can read it HERE. Curious about how the number of teachers in your district compares with the number of administrators and other non-teaching staff? The most recent statistics available were reported by the public schools … Continue reading

February School Board Meetings — Week 2

The Kansas State Board of Education and 20 local school boards met during the second week of February. Click on the hyperlinks for more information about each meeting. Kansas State Board of Education Basehor-Linwood Blue Valley De Soto Gardner Edgerton Kansas City Lansing Piper Shawnee Mission Spring Hill Missouri Belton Blue Springs Excelsior Springs Fort … Continue reading

Raytown School District Board of Education Meeting — Monday, Feb. 11

Raytown School District’s Board of Education met Monday evening, Feb. 11. From a policy standpoint, the highlights of their agenda were: Considered approving an agreement with Glorioso Resources LLC. According to the agenda, the agreement is intended to: … develop a strategic plan to aid the Raytown School District in achieving its goal of securing the … Continue reading

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