October 18, 1906; September 3, 1908; February 4, 1909; September 16, 1910: Four separate portions of the Seven Oaks District. Interim Superintendent Allan Tunis was named to the position on June 11, 2015. Kansas City Public Schools and the Clergy Response Network are partnering to host a “Peace Makers Pop-Up” event from 2 to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 14, in the Central High School parking lot, which is located at 3221 Indiana Ave. in Kansas City, MO. Because states implement these tests differently, use caution when comparing this data to data from another state. Information includes data on: building/districts, staff and salary information, attendance, schedules, enrollment, dropout/graduation, vocational education, discipline, advanced courses, student improvement plans, and student satisfaction. I always thought good things about The Kansas City Kansas Public School District and I have a very special spot in my heart for it. This is the percentage of students that scored at or above proficiency levels on their state reading/language arts assessment test. Student-Teacher Ratio may not be indicative of class size. [citation needed], From 1985 to 1999, a United States district court judge required the state of Missouri to fund the creation of magnet schools in the KCPS in order to reverse the white flight that had afflicted the school district since the 1960s. April 1887: Another portion of the Oakley District. 101. [9] During that year almost half of the KCMO schools closed. Strong Schools. This is the percentage of students who are eligible to receive free or reduced price lunch. This was in large part due to the grassroots effort by the Friends of Hale Cook community organization. [6] In the 2014–2015 school year, KCPS has 13 schools which met the state standard for full accreditation, and another eight which met the standard for provisional accreditation.[7]. November 16, 1911: Entire Mount Washington District. I like how even with the poor economy and low economy neighborhood they still strive to put an effort with good teachers and good opportunities. This is the percentage of students that scored at or above proficiency levels on their state math assessment test. The district's annual budget more than tripled in the process. Niche users from this school district are most interested in the following colleges. Dr. R. Stephen Green was superintendent until June 2015. It's a good thing because students need to learn that everyone is unique and different. Our school spirit is increasing! August 7, 1947: The Ruhl–Hartman District. [12] The teachers' union of Kansas City opposed the move. May 18, 1910: Remaining portion of the Swope District. This is the percentage of 12th graders who graduated. Niche requires Javascript to work correctly. Kansas City 33 School District,[1] operating as Kansas City Public Schools or KCPS (formerly Kansas City, Missouri School District, or KCMSD), is a school district headquartered at 2901 Troost Avenue in Kansas City, Missouri, USA. Central Middle School - 3611 E. Linwood Boulevard, Northeast Middle School - 4904 Independence Avenue, Martin Luther King Elementary School - 4201-A Indiana Avenue, Wendell Phillips K-8 - 1619 East 24th Terrace, Success Academy at Knotts - 1701 Jackson Avenue, Carver Dual Language - 4600 Elmwood Avenue, Border Star Montessori - 6321 Wornall Road, Faxon Montessori - 1320 East 32nd Terrace, Foreign Language Academy - 3450 Warwick Boulevard, Holliday Montessori - 7227 Jackson Avenue, Woodland Early Learning Center - 711 Woodland Avenue, Richardson Early Learning Center - 3515 Park Avenue, Switzer Annex (Kansas City) - closed in 1979, Central Middle - 3611 East Linwood Boulevard, Bingham Junior High School (Kansas City) - closed in 2002, Paul Robeson Middle School (Kansas City) - became a classical Greek magnet school in 1990 and a regular middle school in 1998; closed in 2004, Westport Middle School - 300 East 39th Street, Bancroft Elementary School (Kansas City) - opened as a one-room school house in 1904, closed in 2000, R.J. DeLano - 3708 East Linwood Boulevard - served students with special needs, Benjamin Franklin - 1325 Washington Street - opened in 1900, closed in 1973, Greenwood School (Kansas City) - opened in 1900, closed in 1997, Norman School (Kansas City) - opened in 1901; Kansas City's first stone exterior building; located in the, Manchester School (Kansas City) - joined the Kansas City district in 1899; the final building, which opened in 1920, was delayed due to, Northeast Elementary School - 4904 Independence Avenue, Seven Oaks Elementary School (Kansas City) - was in its own school district before Kansas City annexed it in 1913; named after, Thacher Elementary School (Kansas City) - originally built in 1900, the facility was closed in the 1990s after being an annex to Northeast Middle School; for one year it served as an eighth grade center before closing in the summer of 2009; the former school was damaged by a fire in 2011, Nelson School - the building is now part of UMKC, and is called "Grant Hall", Frances Willard School (Kansas City) - closed in 1998, North Rock Creek/Korte Elementary (Independence), This page was last edited on 27 September 2020, at 00:26. The Kansas City Public Schools Student District Advisory Council (SDAC) is comprised of student ambassadors, in grades 9 – 12, from across the district. In 2016, the district moved from their long time offices at 1211 McGee in Downtown Kansas City, Missouri to a Midtown location to be closer to district families. [27][28], Benjamin E. Demps Jr. was superintendent from August 2, 1999 until sometime before June 2003.[29]. 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