Grants will support 195 AmeriCorps members who help meet local needs
Kansas received more than $1.4 million in funding to help 195 AmeriCorps members meet local needs across the state, the Kansas Volunteer Commission announced Monday, June 24.
At Eisenhower Middle School, assistant principal Kristen Dolen receives reports of bullying – but often it comes from the parents of the student who is being bullied, not the victim.
The 2019 state finalists for the Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching were named during a special ceremony Monday, June 17, at Exploration Place in Wichita.
Funds will leverage more volunteers in Kansas
The Kansas Volunteer Commission (KVC) is announcing funding of up to $100,000 for eligible entities to develop and/or support community-based organizations to recruit, manage and support volunteers.
The Kansas State Board of Education on Tuesday, June 11, accepted recommendations that will hopefully help decrease the number of students who vape or use e-cigarettes.
In its decision released today, the Kansas Supreme Court ruled that the school-funding system approved by the Kansas Legislature is constitutionally equitable and adequate, ending a decade of school finance litigation.
Kansas teens invited to share their thoughts, too
The Blue Ribbon Task Force on Bullying Prevention will host its next meeting on Tuesday, June 18, at Horace Good Middle School, 1412 N. Main Street in Garden City.
Families can access lists of sites by sending text, checking online
Thousands of children across Kansas will have access to nutritious meals this summer through the Summer Food Service Program (SFSP), a program that provides reimbursement for food services to schools, public agencies and private nonprofit organizations.
Implementing additional social-emotional learning activities, defining a clear definition of bullying and allocating resources for school- and district-based research to monitor bullying incidents and responses were just a few of the suggestions made to the Blue Ribbon Task Force on Bullying on Tuesday, May 28, during a regional meeting in Clearwater.
Cheryl Johnson, director of KSDE’s Child Nutrition and Wellness team, and school food service directors from across Kansas discussed the Farm to Plate program with State Board members.
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