KCkidsunite

An opportunity for teachers and a class of their students in grades 2-6 to have real conversations about the barriers, like race and geography, that divide us. Teachers implement three weeks of culturally and locally responsive instruction and students are paired with a buddy classroom. A final celebration brings teachers and students together to create a community project. 
E-mail: fuemmelerm@parkhill.k12.mo.us

2018 Summer Writing 

Camps

July 9-19, 2018
Monday-Thursday, 9am - Noon


 Our 36th Annual Student Writing Project will meet on the campus of St. Teresa's Academy (5600 Main). The Student Writing Project's atmosphere is relaxed, friendly, and geared toward intellectual and creative excellence. Each writer will draft, share, revise and publish writing while learning from the experiences of professional writers and writing faculty


KC Storytellers Summer Camps help students amplify their voices to affect social change in our community. 



2018 Scholastic Writing Awards

The Greater Kansas City Writing Project is once again the home of the Missouri Writing Region of the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards. Submissions for the 2018 Scholastic Awards

opens on September 15, 2017. 


KC Storytellers

An opportunity for high school students to share personal stories and break down divisive barrier, like race, which divide us.  

Find details here! 

YOUTH PROGRAMS

Students in grades 4-12 who like to write will love the individual attention they receive while drafting, sharing, and revising their work within a creative and supportive writing community. 

Check back here to register online.

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