Upcoming Events

TOGETHER TUESDAY: Parent Technology University

Families and neighbors, make plans to join us for TOGETHER TUESDAY events. The series is designed to build our community stronger, smarter, and more informed! Our first event is September 22 at 6pm.  Please register here! These monthly sessions will be held on the third TUESDAY of every month.
Read More

Hazel Grove Welcomes NEW Teachers

Starting the school year is always exciting and we couldn't be more ready to share the experience with our NEW HORNETS! Be sure you reach out and share a warm HORNET HERO welcome. Welcome to "the grove"... Sara Allen (First Grade): My name is Sara Allen, I have been married to my wonderful husband, Travis for almost eight years, and we have two daughters, Sophia and Kaylee.  I have 2 sisters, a brother, and 7 nieces and nephews.  Family is very important to me.  In my spare time, you can find me reading, or spending time with my girls.  I…
Read More

Are you going into 4th or 5th grade? SECURE YOUR SPOT TODAY!

Do you like the Kansas City Royals? Do you like Camp Invention? Rising 4th-6th graders can attend a summer STEM camp at the Kansas City MLB Urban Youth Academy? 20 Camp Invention Scholarships Available! Scholarships are available on a first-come, first-serve basis Deadline to Apply: July 26th Join us August 10-14, 2020 Kansas City MLB Urban Youth Academy 1622 East 17th Terrace, Kansas City, MO 64108 Register at: http://www.royalsurbanyouthacademy.com/events Camp Invention will be held in-person at Kansas City MLB Urban Youth Academy the week of August 10-14, 2020, with ALL NEW programming for an exciting adventure! The camp runs from 9:00am to 3:30pm each…
Read More


If you are a new student in Kansas City, Kansas, be sure you enroll for the 2020.21 school year! NEW STUDENT enrollment begins July 27. If you are a returning student, you will not have to enroll for the new school year. Questions? Call the office and leave us a message. We will return calls beginning July 22.
Read More

Governor Kelly’s response to returning to school

As some of you may be aware, Governor Laura Kelly issued an executive order to delay the opening of schools until after the Labor Day holiday due to the resurgence of COVID-19 across the state. The Governor's order is still waiting on approval from the Kansas State Board of Education. More details will be released during a follow-up briefing, which is not expected to occur until the week of July 20th. So, what does the executive order mean for your child and KCKPS? Currently, the district is continuing to review the best options for reopening school for our students, staff,…
Read More