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School breakfast and lunches free for all KCPS students

Per an email from Principal Lynch, all students will be able to eat breakfast and lunch for free for the 2014-2015 school year thanks to a recent grant to KCPS.

We weren’t able to find any good details on the KCPS website, so here’s a link to a local news report.

 

By |August 7th, 2014|In the Media, News, Parents|Comments Off on School breakfast and lunches free for all KCPS students|
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    Defining our vision: A Blueprint for Hale Cook Elementary School

Defining our vision: A Blueprint for Hale Cook Elementary School

Thanks to the great effort of our School Culture Committee and the many of you that have attended our meetings these past three and a half years, Friends of Hale Cook is proud to share our draft blueprint for Hale Cook Elementary. This blueprint articulates the many ideas and values we have worked to identify as a community and […]

By |April 16th, 2014|Committee, Culture, E-Newsletters|Comments Off on Defining our vision: A Blueprint for Hale Cook Elementary School|

Parents working to reopen Waldo-area elementary school

FOX 4′s Katie Ferrell reported live from Hale Cook on Tuesday, July 24.

Watch the news story here.

Want to join our efforts to reopen Hale Cook Elementary as a community school? Sign up to volunteer here.

By |July 24th, 2012|In the Media, News|Comments Off on Parents working to reopen Waldo-area elementary school|

Waldo residents plant seeds to reopen elementary school

The Kansas City Star published a profile of the Friends of Hale Cook! Read the complete article here.

Don’t forget to join us Wednesday, July 25 at the Waldo Public Library at 6:00pm. We want to hear your ideas for improving the school grounds.

By |July 24th, 2012|In the Media, News|Comments Off on Waldo residents plant seeds to reopen elementary school|

Meeting with Superintendent Green

What a year it has been for Friends of Hale Cook! Since the shocking announcement last August that former Superintendent Covington would be resigning from the District, we have really taken a look at our vision and goals to create a neighborhood school for Waldo-Brookside. Ultimately, we decided that there was always the possibility that administrations would change, that elected […]

By |July 19th, 2012|News, Volunteer|Comments Off on Meeting with Superintendent Green|