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Kansas City District and Curriculum

The specially-designed Kansas City, Missouri School District curriculum follows the Show-Me State Standards for curriculum and instruction. With a keen attention on promoting the individual success of every student, the curricula scaffold learning and strive for positive student achievement both in the classroom and on the state-mandated Missouri Assessment Program (MAP) tests.

We currently cover the following Kansas City-area school district: Kansas City Public Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Kansas City District Curriculum

Building a solid foundation in the core subjects of Mathematics, Language Arts, Social Studies and Science, the curriculum also delves into elective material, with in-depth instruction in the fine arts, health and physical education, and computer technology. In the Sciences, engagement in hands-on activities from an early age complements students’ natural inclination to learn. High school grades bring that inquiry into the students’ hands, with labs that encourage students to take ownership over their own learning and scientific questions.

Kansas City Public Schools offers the unique Pylon Honors program for highly motivated students, providing differentiated learning in addition to the core standards. An emphasis on inquiry-based learning is critical within the district. High expectations and an atmosphere of academic rigor are promoted as cornerstones of the district’s curriculum. Instructors within the district are provided with regular professional development with a focus on providing for student success.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Kansas City Educational News

  • Common Core Standards - The revision of Common Core Standards in 46 states and Washington, D.C., is big news in Missouri. The district is proud to take a forward-thinking approach to raise the bar for student achievement. With college admission and career choices in mind, these new core standards will pave the way for enhanced student learning and success both in and out of school.
  • Scholar Superstars - At every second monthly board meeting, administration and school board members honor students for exemplary academic performance, competition wins, attendance records, and all-around community spirit. Recent superstars include National Merit Scholarship winners, Debate League Champions, and students rewarded simply for their good work ethic and quality of character. It’s a great chance for our students to shine and be recognized!
  • Video Library - Did you know? Student achievements and community-wide promotional messages are all in one place at the Kansas City Public Schools online video library! From special messages from principals and the superintendent, to videos on school services and resources, this is your one-stop source. Stay connected to the latest district news and events!

Kansas City Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed

SchoolTutoring Academy works with young learners and students, all the way up through high school. We offer Pre-K and Kindergarten Tutoring as well as Elementary School Tutoring to build a strong learning foundation early on. We also offer comprehensive tutoring across all school subjects.

Chalk Talk: Using Objects to Illuminate Your World—And Your School

Have you ever visited a museum and stood in front of an object that took your breath away? The real deal--a fossil from millions of years ago, an ancient mummy, a priceless work of art? Objects can hold very powerful, personal meaning, and objects can tell stories that we might never forget, which then turn into our own stories as we pass them on to others. Teachers will often supplement their own instruction with material they bring from home or from someplace special to help drive home the meaning of their lesson.

Imagine a lesson on the fall of the Berlin Wall that actually had a piece of the wall to pass around. Objects become more than just “stuff,” and can be a connection to the past. The next time you present a topic in class, think about tying your talk to an item that you can pass around to your classmates and teacher. It doesn’t have to be expensive or out of the ordinary, and it should have personal meaning. Use it a guidepost to help become a more involved learner and to teach your peers. See how the meaning of the object changes when a story is attached to it.