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Wichita school district residents have one more chance this week to offer input about the course of the city's public schools. Superintendent John Allison will host the last of seven community conversations at 6:30 p.m...Participants will be asked
Photos Think school cafeteria, and you probably envision long tables in white or gray, attached benches, fluorescent lighting and plain walls...Wichita school officials say it's time to modernize cafeterias particularly at middle and high schools and
Wichita public schools will again participate in the annual turkey drive for United Methodist Open Door, which helps supply Thanksgiving turkeys and other food for families...Water Street to take donations of frozen turkeys, canned goods or money.
The Kansas Food Bank says it is now giving food for the weekend in backpacks to 6,352 schoolchildren every week in Wichita and the counties it serves in Kansas. Of those, 1,223 backpacks went to children in 67 Wichita schools, said Larry Gunkel, the
As much as education has changed over the years new technology, new standards, new tests, even new lunch guidelines and recess routines one thing is pretty much the same today as it was generations ago: The parent-teacher conference. Twice a year
Photos Wichita public school students will see more than the score when they glance up at gymnasium scoreboards this year. They'll see a message from Wichita State University, in bright yellow and black, telling them they'd make great Shockers and
In just a few months, the Wichita school district could launch an optional health care clinic for employees and start saving significantly on health care costs, a consultant told school board members Monday. Such clinics elsewhere, usually
The Wichita school board will hear updates Wednesday from several consultants hired as part of the district's plan to improve student performance and address behavior issues...Wednesday in the North High School library, board members will be briefed
Wichita schools superintendent John Allison has reorganized the district's top administrators, changing all academic leadership positions to assistant superintendents but doing so with existing dollars, according to an e-mail sent to employees late
Delivery pizza one of the most popular lunch entrees at Wichita middle and high schools before it was dropped last year will return to school cafeterias as a once-a-week option this fall, district officials said.