Wednesday, September 26, 2019


New Items

2019 Literacy Festival – Book Battle Facilitators Needed – for All Principals
KCKPS District Wide College Fair – for All Administrators

Previous Items

PTA Play – for Elementary Principals
Naviance Train the Trainer Session – for All Administrators
Girls Who Code Clubs – for 3rd-12th Grade Principals
Science Curriculum Cadre – for All Principals

New Items

2019 Literacy Festival – Book Battle Facilitators Needed

from Tracy Cooper
The 2019 KCKPS Literacy Festival will be held November 9, 2019 from 9 am-2 pm at Schlagle High School. We are currently taking applications for facilitators for the festival events. The compensation for facilitating is based on the hourly extra duty rate. Anyone interested in facilitating needs to complete the application here.

KCKPS District Wide College Fair

from LaShonda Bilbo-Ervin
On October 8th the district will host a College Fair in the gym at Schlagle HS from noon until 5 p.m. The College Fair is open to the all students, families, and community from 3 p.m. until 5 p.m. We have 50 colleges and universities registered to attend. Please share this information with your school community and show your district support by wearing your favorite college t-shirt to welcome all of our college representatives.

Previous Items

PTA Play

from Stephanie Dickson
Please fill out the Google form for the PTA Play Dragons Love Tacos on Nov. 12 and Nov. 13. The play will be $2.50 for each student and free for adults. Contact Stephanie Dickson at 627-6862 or Teresa Kloiber 627-6850 for information.

Naviance Train the Trainer Session

from LaShonda Bilbo-Ervin
All MS and HS Principals should ensure their campus representative is present for the two day in depth training session of the new college and career platform the district will be utilizing this school year.

Girls Who Code Clubs

from Julie Leach
Kansas Department of Education has partnered with Girls Who Code (GWC) once again this year to bring free computer science learning opportunities to our state. Girls Who Code Clubs are FREE after-school programs for 3rd-12th grade girls to join a sisterhood of supportive peers and role models and use computer science to change the world. Participants not only learn hard coding skills and computational thinking, but they???ll also learn project management skills, collaboration, bravery, resilience, how to positively impact their community, and so much more.

When you start a GWC Club, you???ll gain access to free resources, flexible plug and play curriculum, funding opportunities, ongoing support, alumni opportunities for your young learners, and more! There???s no computer science experience needed to get started since GWC is there for you every step of the way. Apply now with the quick 15 min Clubs Application?? through our partnership or learn more about how to get started by joining the next live 30 min webinar!

-Contact: Stephen King

Science Curriculum Cadre

from Cheryl Beyer
The Curriculum Department is seeking a variety of classroom, sped, and ESL teachers to engage in a cadre that will come together to learn about how to assess all three dimensions of the Next Generation Science Standards in order to review new resources that could help support the NGSS. Please forward this link to teachers who might be interested.