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  Board Meeting Agenda May 20, 2015

End of Year Keystone Staff Information

Download newsletter for information on check-out, last day of Media Mail and August inservice dates. Thanks for a great year at Keystone!

Congratulations local Districts!
KSDE is pleased to provide the "Meets Requirements" website banner in recognition of the dedication and commitment demonstrated by achieving this highest level of determination.
Current Year Level of Determination: Meets Requirements
Substantial Compliance Met for:
Fiscal Management
Correction of Noncompliance
Timely and Accurate Data
Indicator 4B (Suspension and Expulsion by Ethnicity)
Indicator 9 (Disproportionate Rep. by Race/Ethnicity)
Indicator 10 (Disproportionate Rep. by Race/Ethnicity by Disability)
Indicator 11 (Timely Evaluations)
Indicator 12 (Transition from Part C to Part B)
Indicator 13 (Secondary Transition)
Previous Year Level of Determination: Meets Requirements

Better Hearing & Speech Month

Each May, Better Hearing & Speech Month (BHSM) provides an opportunity to raise awareness about communication disorders and role of American Speech-Language-Hearing Association members in providing life-altering treatment.
The 2015 theme is "Early Intervention Counts." Click here to learn more about idetifying the signs of a communication disorder.

John Dewey Learning Academy Volunteers

The Jefferson County Historical Society's Old Jefferson Town in Oskaloosa was the site of some recent volunteering. JCHS says, "We appreciate the John Dewey School students for volunteering at Old Jefferson Town. At lot of projects were completed. The board of JCHS is so appreciative of their help. We loved have these great kids come and help us! VOLUNTEERS DO MAKE A DIFFERENCE!"

KS State Interagency Coordinating Council Newsletter

The State Interagency Coordinating Council has initiated a new newsletter for early childhood personnel and families in Kansas. The newsletter will provide information, research, and resources concerning our youngest Kansans and their families. Be sure to check out our website regularly to see what's new! 

Jefferson County - CodeRED - Emergency Notifications

Jefferson County is now providing a free telephone based warning system for severe weather to all Jefferson County residents.  CodeRED Weather Warning will alert residents who have signed up for this free service within seconds of any National Weather Service warning for tornado, severe thunderstorm, flash flood and winter storm warnings  Along with severe weather notifications, emergency and general alerts can be send to notify citizens of a variety of time-sensitive communication functions.
Sign up at and click on the CodeRED icon.


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