Summer Food Program
Free meals with the Kid Power Café Summer Food Program
Free breakfasts, lunches and snacks will be offered to children and teens 18 years old and younger at 44 locations in Wichita as part of the Kid Power Café Summer Food Program. The Wichita Public Schools partnered with Kid Power, who teaches students about the importance of eating healthy, to promote the free meals available to all students.
The Kid Power Café free breakfast/lunch program begins May 27 and runs through July 29.
No meal reservations are required and there are no qualifying guidelines or paperwork to fill out. Participants can go to the location serving breakfast and/or lunch during the designated times and they will be accommodated. Locations, times and a map are posted to www.summerfood.usd259.org.
Summer Latchkey 2015
Come join us, starting May 26 - July 31
6:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Full pay registration fee $10
0-4 hours $6.00/day
4:01-6 hours $12.00/day
6 hours or more $16.00/day
Reduced pay registration fee $8
0-4 hours $5.00/day
4:01-6 hours $10.00/day
6 hours or more $14.00/day
*Extra fees are required for field trips*
2015 Distinguished Classroom Teacher
|The Wichita Public Schools is proud to announce the 2015 Distinguished Classroom Teacher Award recipients in their respective categories. The recipients were surprised in their classrooms on Thursday, February 27 by BOE members, district leadership and members of the selection committee. The Distinguished Classroom Teacher Awards program honors outstanding teachers who affect the quality of education in the Wichita Public Schools.
Andrea Belsan, 4th grade teacher at Griffith Elementary – New Teacher, Elementary category.
Students said they like her as a teacher because she is the nicest teacher they know, she’s fun and gives them the skills they need to go onto the next grade.
|Attendance is a critical part of your child’s education. Attending school regularly helps children feel better about school and themselves. Start building this habit in preschool so they learn right away that going to school on time, every day is important. Good attendance will help children do well in high school, college, and at work.
Students that are not in school from 9:00 A.M. to 4:10 P.M. will have their attendance record marked as follows:
2015-2016 Parent-Teacher Calendar