at 2220 North 59th, Suite 120, Kansas City, 66104 United States
The Kansas City, Kansas Public Schools Police Department is devoted to the safety and security of all students, staff, and visitors to our schools.
Established in February 2014, the Kansas City, Kansas Public Schools Police Department is a year-round, full-service police department responsible for the safety and security of the District’s students, staff and visitors. Led by Chief Rick Armstrong, with a command staff of Deputy Chief Michael Webb and two sergeants, the department is comprised of thirty-three full-time sworn officers and five security officers. KCKPS Police Department officers are stationed in all high schools, middle schools and public libraries and respond to incidents at their assigned grade schools as well as other campus locations throughout the District. Officers maintain general safety and security, investigate truancy issues, and work traffic accidents within the Police Department’s jurisdictional boundaries. In addition to response activities, the Police Department works proactively with school administrators to help carry-out effective fire, tornado and Standard Response Protocol drills throughout the year. Officers receive specialized training in the National Incident Management System and must attend a minimum of 40 hours of professional training annually to maintain their law enforcement certification. The Kansas City, Kansas Public Schools Police Department works with other departments throughout the District to meet our commitment of a safe and orderly environment for all.
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Founded in 1915, Our Lady of Guadalupe (OLG) Catholic School serves Kindergarten through 5th grades. OLG School strives to provide an education in the Catholic tradition. Our school is a community based, multicultural, Spanish integrated institution with affordable quality education that promotes student development and leadership is a safe learning environment. OLG has a long history of Catholic education in the Hispanic community of Kansas City, MO, where many local leaders and professionals first learned to read and write.
Science Stars offers hands-on learning experiences for primary students and allows them to engage in STEAM education.
A college preparatory public charter school in Kansas City, Missouri. The Kauffman School, an urban college preparatory public charter school established by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, opened on August 29, 2011 with its first class of 100 fifth graders. All students attending the Kauffman School live within the Kansas City, Missouri School District boundaries, specifically drawing students from areas of the city with the fewest educational options available to them. The school will add a new grade each year through 2018, eventually serving more than 1,100 students in grades five through twelve. The Kauffman School is a rigorous college preparatory school. The school’s mission is summarized in three words: create college graduates. The school design is based on inspiring examples of charter schools throughout the country that are helping urban students achieve at high academic levels. The Kauffman School has a longer school day and a longer school year. Students receive extended math and language arts instruction each day. The school maintains high academic and behavioral standards. The school has a talented and dedicated staff and an intentional set of structures and systems—all of which focus on student achievement. The Kauffman School expects outstanding outcomes from its students and staff and believes in a “no excuses” approach to accelerating student academic growth.
We're making sure everything is ready for first days of school, August 10th and 11th so the schools will be safe and secure when our students walk through the doors on those mornings.