June 8th was a sad day for many who attended closing events for two Hickman Mills elementary schools and a Freshman Center.
“With new jobs, upgraded housing, rising test scores and great programs like pre-kindergarten instruction for all 4-year-olds, it would seem that enrollment will significantly increase in the near term, not decrease as projected.” – City Councilman Kevin McManus
A consulting group has recommended closure of four schools in the Hickman Mills School District. But is it necessary?
All four public school districts that serve major parts of south Kansas City scored exceedingly well on their 2018 Annual Progress Reports.
Organizations and individuals who want to help with the efforts to quickly reduce homelessness in the Center and Hickman Mills School Districts are invited to participate in two free forums.
Saturday’s Golden Eagle Auction & Raffle for Ruskin’s band and orchestra has been postponed.
A new program helps homeless students find permanent housing and families with job searches, clothing, bus passes, and more.
STEM students get a taste of Cerner and Crittendon launches its Trauma Smart Program.
Local schools and libraries are offering free meals for children this summer. Find out which where and when.
In the Hickman Mills School District, four candidates are running for two seats.