Learn more and pre-register now for the next LINC Chess Tournament on April 8.Read More >
The LINC Commission will hold its regular monthly meeting Monday, March 20th from 4-6 pm at the Kauffman Foundation.
Kansas City Mayor Sly James will be presenting on the three Kansas City, Mo. bond issues on the April 4th ballot. Grandview and Independence school superintendents will also be presenting on their respective school bond issues.
The public is invited to attend. Download a copy of the meeting booklet.
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Gladstone Elementary students recognize Jenny Mendez as their "hero" in a special school project.The students each year pick an individual or community leader whose life the students will study. The students interview the individual, make posters and then produce an original video about the selected individual.Read More >
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.Read More >
The Missouri Family and Community Trust (FACT) as part of its No Kid Hungry initiative, is hosting two No Kid Hungry Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) Sponsor Conferences this year. One will be in Kansas City and one in St. Louis.Read More >
Conditions in places where people live, work and play affect a wide range of health risks and outcomes. The Health Care Foundation of Greater Kansas City invites Dr. Camara Jones and other distinguished guests to discuss policies and programs and the impact on communities.Read More >
The next LINC Chess tournament will be Saturday, Mar. 11 at Fire Prairie Upper Elementary School in the Fort Osage School District. Pre-registration is now open!Read More >
We are happy to share this year's LINC in Photos -- a visual representation of LINC's impact and presence in the community.Read More >
Jonathan Fenske is the author and illustrator of “Barnacle is Bored”. He spoke with the students at Troost Elementary in the Kansas City Public Schools about the enjoyment of writing and drawing.Read More >
Maplewood students in the North Kansas City school district recently enjoyed a sweet treat during lunch. Students were invited to participate in a “Sweet Potato Taste Test” using sweet potatoes grown in their very own school garden!Read More >