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Board of Education Regular Meeting Schedule – February 2015 to January 2016 The Kalkaska Public Schools Board of Education has set the following dates for its regular meetings. The meetings will take place at the Board of Education Room located at 315 S. Coral Street, Kalkaska, MI, unless noted; . . .
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Birch Street Elementary, Cherry Street Intermediate, Rapid City Elementary and Kalkaska Middle School are International Baccalaureate (IB) Candidate Schools, offering the Primary Years Programme and The Middle Years Programme schoolwide . . .
MISSION STATEMENT The Kalkaska Public School District, in cooperative partnership with students, staff family and community, believes all students can learn. We will provide a caring environment that promotes academic . . .
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Each year, KPS buses are inspected by the Michigan State Police, and once again they passed inspection with a high rating. While the district works with the Kalkaska Area Transit for most student busing, the district does operate a fleet for . . .
A recently enacted Michigan law amended the Revised School Code (MCL 380.1147), which changed the minimum age requirement for a child enrolling in kindergarten. Currently, a student must be five years old by December 1st to be eligible for . . .
Hard work and intense scrutiny by a team of educators culminated with great news recently: Kalkaska Public Schools has earned district-wide AdvancED accreditation. The news was announced on March 7 to the Board of Education, teachers, . . .
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If you have changed your telephone number recently or dropped your land-line phone service, please let your child's school buildings know. We use these numbers to make automated calls on snow days. If you don't tell us when you make a change, . . .
KPS follows state and federal guidelines for determining the existence of a severe learning disability in a student
With consideration of federal guidelines and state requirements, specific learning disability eligibility is evaluated using a pattern of strengths and weaknesses. The "Pattern of Strengths and Weaknesses" method is based on both . . .
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) Notice of Directory Information The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), a Federal law, requires that Kalkaska Public Schools, with certain exceptions, obtain your . . .
The Kalkaska Public Schools Board of Education complies with all Federal laws and regulations prohibiting discrimination and with all requirements and regulations of the U.S. Department of Education. It is the policy of Kalkaska . . .