Come join the Parade of Schools, the Education Foundation 5K and the community Centennial celebration held May 4 at North Kansas City High School and the District Football Stadium.
Watch this progressive art project at North Kansas City High School evolve from a simple, fortune cookie message to creative expressions in poetry, monologue, song, music and broadcast journalism.
Learn more about how NKC Schools "grows their own" principals and administrators through its annual Leadership Institute.
The iPad mini is being piloted this semester at the district's five middle schools. Distribution began in late March.
Enjoy a historic retrospective of NKC Schools beginning in 1913 -- when Harlem School District No. 72 and Glenwood School District No. 73 merged to form North Kansas City School District No. 74 -- to the present day.
On January 4, teachers and students in North Kansas City Schools received a massive infusion of Internet bandwidth, quadrupling their capacity to access and use online educational resources.
DataShack, a North Kansas City based data warehouse company, and liNKCity, the City of North Kansas City's fiber communications utility, donated a gigabit of bandwidth to the district to boost 21st century learning at all 35 educational sites.
This "Flashback Centennial Moment" captures Dr. Dan Kahler, the first principal of Oak Park High School, as he recalls what inspired him to apply for and accept the job. North Kansas City Schools turns 100 on March 14, 2013. The District is celebrating its Centennial throughout the school year.
This "Flashback Centennial Moment" features former school board member and former Missouri PTA President Freddie Nichols as she recalls the important work of PTA throughout the years. North Kansas City Schools turns 100 on March 14, 2013. The District is celebrating its Centennial throughout the school year.
This "Flashback Centennial Moment" features an original staff member of Winnetonka High School (and later Principal of Oak Park High School) as he recalls the thrill" of sharing one building
This "Flashback Centennial Moment" captures a conversation with the daughters of former Superintendent of Schools, Dr. R. B. Doolin, and what it was like to be the Superintendent's daughter on a potential snow day. North Kansas City Schools turns 100 on March 14, 2013. The District is celebrating its Centennial throughout the school year.
DECA students from the district's four high schools attended a Networking Conference Nov. 7, hosted by the North Kansas City High School Chapter of DECA. More than 110 students connected with business professionals in breakout sessions. The video includes footage from the conference.
Supt. Todd White shared successes and future opportunities for North Kansas City Schools during his annual State of the District address at the 2012 Education Foundation Fall Breakfast.
District high school students received a powerful engagement tool the week of Sept. 4-7 when each school distributed MacBook Airs.
The first day of school brought happy faces back to the district's 21 elementary schools, 5 middle schools and 4 high schools.
Join us in a virtual walk-through of three district middle schools that had additional classroom space added in 2012. Journey through Antioch, Maple Park and Northgate to see what students at each building have to look forward to when they attend school this fall.
Mr. Sawyer's 3rd grade class sings about the parts of a friendly letter to the tune of Justin Bieber's "Never Say Never". (4:10)
Bird study isn't just for professional ornithologists or amateur birdwatchers. Bell Prairie students have been observing a nearby nest of their own. Look over the shoulders of these 3rd graders in Mrs. Julie Goldsberry's class and follow the progress of a nesting bluebird, its eggs and hatchlings.
NKC Schools works to ensure all learners in the district reach their Unique Potential. The video was originally created for staff convocation, and later introduced at the Education Foundation breakfast, Sept. 29, 2011.
The Staley High School Emeralds Dance Team competed in 4A Division Dance Championships held Feb. 25 and took home the title. Parent Skip Clinton provided video of their winning Hip Hop routine.
Mild Missouri weather has given summer construction a positive boost here in the district. View a slide show of activity captured at the middle schools Feb. 6.
North Kansas City High School DECA students work to raise awareness about autism in this video.
Highlights from the 2011 NKC Schools Education Foundation Fall Breakfast.
Learn about the "Elements of Art" from the 5th graders in Mrs. Sevart's class at Northview Elementary.
Taught by the 5th graders in Mr. Christopher Huber's class at Maplewood Elementary, this video explores the seven Elements of Art.
The Advanced Marketing class of Northtown teacher Eddie James produced this video as part of an Education Foundation grant.
Northgate Middle School Jazz Band performed in August at the NKC Schools All Staff Convocation, playing jazz classics for teachers and support staff.
NKC Schools presents a photo slide show of the school year that was -- 2010-2011, as we welcome students and staff to another great year of learning!
Jacob Hopkins, a North Kansas City High School junior, set out to discover how technology was being implemented at his high school in this video on Educational Technology.
View the progress of three construction projects that will add classrooms at Linden West, New Mark and Topping in this photo slide show. Classrooms will be ready for the start of the 2011-12 school year.
This PSA was produced by Winnetonka junior Ryan Klassen in memory of Cory Bates and as a reminder for fellow students of the tragic consequences that can be associated with drinking and driving.
Last fall, Winnetonka High School football field was the site of Synergy Services "One Homeless Night". WGTV video production students produced this short feature to promote the event and to encourage student participation.
N. Brighton Avenue is open now, but it was closed for several months to the frustration of Winnetonka High School students. Check out this video produced by students Kia Grant and Kaylie Taylor for the WGTV video production class.
Kyle King, Brendan Schneider and Patrick Sanchez highlight working teens in this video produced for Staley High School's STTV.
Samantha Gabbert and Lauren Bennett created this video on sleep deprivation for Staley High School's STTV.
Who is the typical student at NKC High School? Senior Eugene McManus brings student demographic data to life with this video for NTV News. All visuals were student produced. The video is featured on the LINC website in March edition of LINC in Review.
In the second video of our "Flashback" series, reminisce with Dr. Dan Kahler, former principal of all four high schools -- if only for a day. Happy belated birthday, DK! (He turned 85 on Feb. 6, 2011.)
Staley High School students, Samantha Gabbert and Bryan Sloss, produced this profile of a fellow Falcon (and impressive break dancer) for STTV.
Staley High School student Brendan Schneider produced this video for STTV on the long-term effects of sports injuries.
Staley High School student Sabrina Sheriff posed questions to customers at a local Starbucks for this feature, which was aired on Staley's STTV.
This video was produced by Staley High School student Lauren Sharp for STTV.
Staley High School students (Jason Ketz & Nathan Fulkerson) produced a video for STTV's Morning Show on which BBQ is preferred at Staley -- Arthur Bryant's or Gates.
Staley High School Student Tori Harp produced this public service video on safe winter driving for STTV's Morning Show.
Staley High School students Samantha Gabbert and Lauren Bennett recently produced a student profile of Tess Hines for STTV's Morning Show.
North Kansas City High School students produced a video about NKC Schools Transportation Services
The North Kansas City Schools Education Foundation supports student achievement and innovative teaching.
Staley High School presents "Bryan and Kyle Flipshades Video".
Director Pat Setser's 150th Halftime Show
Northgate Middle School's "Get Healthy" Commercial
Oakwood Manor's Hootin' Harmonaires perform