LINC has been a partner of the Hickman Mills School District since 1994, when Santa Fe Elementary School became one of the first LINC Caring Communities sites. In 2007 LINC greatly expanded its presence in the district when it began offering the Caring Communities Before & After School program at all eight elementary schools in the district.
Dr. Yolanda Cargile is the district superintendent.
Join LINC and the Hickman Mills School District for a Family Summit on Saturday, March 10 at 9:45 am. Free child care and activities for kids will be provided by LINC. The event will also provide free food, prizes, games and much more.
On Friday, January 26, students, family and community members came together to celebrate the life of Dominic with a balloon release and recognition of the day going forward as Dominic's Day.
“I instantly ran down to the gym to assess the situation and that’s when we realized this was something serious,” said Wesley Cunningham, the school’s LINC site coordinator. Prompt action and a well-trained staff are being credited with saving the life of a young student at Truman Elementary in the Hickman Mills School District.
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.
KCUR's multi-part series "Musical Chairs" investigates a significant but under-the-radar aspect of education -- the frequency with which students change schools during the academic year, and the challenges that arise from all that moving around.
LINC has a long history of partnership with 21st Century Community Learning Centers at its Caring Communities Sites. LINC has 17 sites in three different school districts with nearly 2,400 students attending.
The Hickman Mills C-1 School District is honoring its outgoing Superintendent Dr. Dennis L. Carpenter. A farewell reception will be held on Thursday, May 25 from 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. at Concord Cultural Center, 11050 W Longview Parkway, Kansas City, MO 64134.
The Reading Rocket is an early literacy mobile unit that serves children within the Mid-Continent Public Library district that have limited access to early literacy resources due to transportation or economic challenges.
We are happy to share this year's LINC in Photos -- a visual representation of LINC's impact and presence in the community.
The Kansas City Teacher Residency (KCTR) is actively recruiting individuals to become teachers in urban schools and directly address a shortage of teachers.