at 3701 N Jackson Ave, Kansas City, 64117 United States
This is the official facebook page of Chouteau Elementary.
Dear Parents/Guardians, Welcome to Chouteau Elementary! We are excited about the upcoming year where we will provide extraordinary educational experiences and opportunities. This year we will focus on Commitment, Communication and Community. The staff and I are committed to your child’s education as we prepare them for higher academic achievement through Common Core and balance literacy. We invite you to visit the school at anytime as we strive to keep the lines of communication open at all times. I would like to remind you to visit our website and facebook page frequently to stay informed of important dates and events, www.nkcschools.org/ctes. Here at Chouteau we understand and value community involvement that will empower and strengthen our students and families. Together using our focus of commitment, communication and community we can achieve all educational goals. Angela Cordier Principal of Chouteau Elementary School
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United Way & Red Ribbon Week Spirit Days Starts on Monday, October 27 To promote citizenship, healthy choices, and being drug free, Chouteau is participating in United Way and Red Ribbon Week the week of October 27th. Monday, October 27 – Proud to be a DRAGON, proud to be DRUG FREE Red out day, wear your Chouteau spirit wear and all red! Tuesday, October 28 – Team up against drugs. Blue out day, wear your Royals blue or all blue! Wednesday, October 29 – SMARTIES don’t do drugs. Be a smart dresser and dress your best today. Thursday, October 30– Say BOO to drugs! Wear your costume.** NO MASKS, NO FACE PAINT, NO ACCESSORIES, SCHOOL APPROPRIATE COSTUMES ONLY! Friday, October 31 – NO School today The student with the best outfit on each day will win a special prize. So, show your pride next week and help raise money for the United Way and promote Red Ribbon Week. **Students with non-appropriate costumes on Thursday will be calling home for a change of clothes and if no one is reached they will have to change into clean clothing from the nurse.
Bond & Levy Election Approaches April 8 NKC Schools has two questions on the April 8 ballot: a $20 million bond and a 26-cent operating levy. Remember to go vote! First, make sure you have all the information you need to make your decision by watching Supt. Todd White’s 17-minute presentation to the Community Involvement Committee – Essentials for Schools. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sgMEPnw4rjY