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Kansas City, Kansas Public Schools

Kansas City, Kansas Public Schools (KCKPS) is a school district in Kansas, with headquarters in Kansas City.[1] The board of education has 7 members. The KCKPS Board of Education 2018 include: Board President Brenda Jones, Board Vice President Dr. Valdenia Winn, Harold Brown, Maxine Drew, Janey Humphries, Wanda Brownlee-Paige, and Dr. Stacy Yeager. [2]

Schools
High Schools (5)
Middle Schools (8)
Elementary (30)

Schools

High schools:[3]

  • J. C. Harmon
  • F. L. Schlagle
  • Washington
  • Wyandotte
  • Sumner Academy of Arts & Science

Middle Schools

  • Argentine
  • Arrowhead
  • Coronado
  • Central
  • Eisenhower
  • Northwest
  • Rosedale
  • West
  • Sumner Academy

Elementary Schools

  • Banneker
  • Bethel
  • Caruthers (Previously Hawthorne)[4]
  • Central
  • Claude Huyck
  • Douglas
  • Emerson
  • Eugene Ware
  • Frances Willard
  • Frank Rushton
  • Grant
  • Hazel Grove
  • John.F.Kennedy
  • John Fiske
  • Lindberg
  • M.E Pearson
  • Mark Twain
  • McKinley
  • New Chelsa
  • New Stanley
  • Nobel Prentis
  • Parker
  • Quindaro
  • Silver City
  • Stony Point North
  • Stony Point South
  • T.A Edison
  • Welborn
  • White Church
  • Whittier

Preschools

  • KCK Early Childhood Center
  • Early Childhood Annex
  • Morse Lamb

Alternative

  • Bridges Wyandotte Academy
  • Fairfax Academy
  • Juvenile Detention Center
  • Kaw Valley Center Academy

References

  1. ^ Home. Kansas City, Kansas Public Schools. Retrieved on April 7, 2011. "Central Office: 2010 N. 59th St. o Kansas City, KS 66104"
  2. ^ "About the Board of Education." Kansas City, Kansas Public Schools. Retrieved on April 7, 2011.
  3. ^ "Directory of Schools Kansas City, Kansas Public Schools. Retrieved on March 22, 2018.
  4. ^ "History of the Public Schools of Kansas City Kansas City, Kansas Public Schools. Retrieved on March 22, 2018.

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