No Kid Hungry Missouri, in partnership with LINC, will hold the Kansas City Area Regional Child Hunger Summit on Nov. 14, 2017, 9 a.m-3 p.m., at Drumm Farm Center for Children, 3210 S Lee's Summit Rd #101, Independence, Mo.
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The Local Investment Commission (LINC) is a non-profit organization that works with state and local government, businesses, community and civic leaders to improve the lives of children and families in the Kansas City region.
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Students at Chouteau Elementary in the North Kansas City Schools learned all about chess pieces and how they move in their first day of LINC Chess Club. The club uses proven techniques and stages to help all ages and levels of chess players become highly competitive.
For residents in Kansas City, Missouri the zip code in which they reside is a large factor in overall health and wellness. Dr. Rex Archer and Dr. Sarah Martin-Anderson from the Kansas City, Missouri Health Department present the KCMO Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) to the LINC Commission on Sept. 18, 2017.
Superintendent of the Kansas City Public Schools Dr. Mark Bedell presented to the LINC Commission the district's strategic four pillar plan to improve student achievement and outcomes.
The first conference in the Heartland dedicated to the serious and growing issue of youth homelessness was held in Kansas City on September 12. The circumstances that result in a youth becoming homeless are unique and varied, but trends are identifiable and best practices exist. The agenda provided information about data trends, tools, and strategies that are proven to work to end homelessness among youth.