A construction incident earlier this week that damaged a fiber cable at the University of Kansas continues to impact the performance of the KITE assessment delivery system.
WASHINGTON, D.C., March 7, 2016 – As schools around the county take part in School Breakfast Week celebrations this week, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) commemorates the 50th anniversary of its School Breakfast Program by shining a light on the positive impacts of school breakfast. Over the course of this administration, participation in school breakfast programs has increased by almost 27 percent; over 14 million students are now eating school breakfast each day.
Olathe event will highlight innovative approach to school breakfast
March 7-11 is National School Breakfast Week. Studies show that breakfast increases healthy eating habits and academic performance.
During a March 8 meeting, Kansas State Board of Education members acted to submit an addition of suicide awareness and prevention training into a regulation that will be sent to the Department of Administration and the Office of the Attorney General for review.
The following workshops, focusing on Individual Plans of Study and Academic/Career Advising, will take place in April. If interested, please check with the Service Center closest to you in order to reserve a spot.
Holcomb Middle School event will highlight innovative approach to school breakfast
KEY FACTS: Tuesday, March 8, at 10:00 a.m., Board Room, Kansas State Department of Education, Landon State Office Building, 900 SW Jackson Street, Topeka
Wednesday, March 9, 9:00 a.m. Kansas State School for the Blind and the Kansas School for the Deaf.
Communications and Recognition Programs
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