Kansas Supreme Court issues decision in adequacy portion of school funding case No. 113,267: Luke Gannon, et al v. State of Kansas, et al TOPEKA— The Kansas Supreme Court today issued a unanimous decision in Gannon v. State , holding that the Kansas K-12 public education financing system does not meet the adequacy requirements of the people's constitution. The court stayed the enforcement . . .
CONGRATULATIONS!! HIAWATHA USD #415 STUDENTS AND STAFF!! BECAUSE OF YOUR DEDICATION AND LOVE FOR OUR STUDENTS OUR DISTRICT IS RANKED 13th OUT OF 293 DISTRICTS IN THE STATE OF KANSAS FOR ACADEMICS. THIS DEMONSTRATES THAT THROUGH CHALLENGES AND STRUGGLES OUR DISTRICT HAS ALWAYS PUT KIDS FIRST!
Please be aware that Hiawatha USD 415 does not have insurance coverage for students during the school day or while they are involved in school activities. Since children are particularly susceptible to injuries, we encourage you to review your current health and accident insurance coverage to determine if it is adequate. If you feel it is not adequate because of deductible or co-insurance requirements or if you do not have . . .
Senior Citizen Athletic Passes Annual Asbestos Statement Annual Notification of Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act Lunch Program Regulations SECTION 504 TEXTCASTER REDHAWK ALERTS! Sponsored by Morrill & Janes Bank Protection of Pupil Rights Amendment: Regulation Suicides Prevention Jason Flatt Act Starting Jan. 1, 2017, school districts in Kansas will be required to train teachers and staff as well provide resources for parents every year to spot potential suicide warning signs.