Parents

Welcome To Center Schools

Enrollment-New Students

Welcome to the Center School District!
2016-2017
New Student Online Registration

Before you begin
Please note that online registration applications should be filled out by parents/court-appointed legal guardians only. If you have a student living with you for whom you are not the parent/court-appointed legal guardian, please contact our office at (816) 349-3306 before proceeding.

Step 1: Begin the enrollment process using our online registration system by clicking on the link below.

16-17 New Student Online Registration Link
https://mocloud1.infinitecampus.org/campus/OLRLogin/center

With this link, you fill out an initial page with your name and email information and then an email is sent to the email address that was collected. That email contains a unique link for you to use to start registration.

Once the online registration application is submitted, you will receive a confirmation email with more detailed information.

Step 2: In order to complete your student’s enrollment, you will be required to attend one of our residency clinics on:

July 27, 2016: 1 pm – 7 pm at Center High School
July 28, 2016: 8 am – 2 pm at Center High School
August 4, 2016: 4-7 p.m. at Center Elementary School
August 11, 2016: 4-7 p.m. at Center Elementary School

During these residency clinics the parent/legal guardian will need to bring in required forms and proofs of residency to complete enrollment.

Items required for Enrollment:
• Child’s Birth Certificate (State issued original)
• Immunization Records
• Previous School Records
• Any legal documents pertaining to the student (custody papers, guardianship documents, ex parte orders, etc)
• Your photo ID
• Two of the following documents dated within the past 30 days with the parent/legal guardian's name and address.**:

*Utility bill-KCPL/MGE-Laclede Gas/KCMO Water Services
*Land line phone bill
*Documents from agencies such as DFS or Social Services
*Paycheck Stub

**Please note: From this list, at least one of the proofs of residency must be a current utility bill that includes the parent/legal guardian's name, address and a date within the last 30 days.

Enrollment- Returning Students

2016-2017
Returning Student Online Registration

Before You Begin:

Please note that you will need a parent portal account to complete the online registration for your student(s). Please email portal@center58.org to obtain your portal information. Also, note that online registration applications should be filled out by parents/court-appointed legal guardians only. If you have a student living with you for whom you are not the parent/court-appointed legal guardian, please contact our office at the numbers provided before proceeding.

Step 1: Begin the enrollment process using our online registration system by clicking on the link below.

16-17 Returning Student Online Registration Link
https://mocloud1.infinitecampus.org/campus/portal/...

Once you login to the parent portal account, you will click on "2016 Online Registration" on the left side menu.

Once the online registration application is submitted, you will receive a confirmation email with additional information. Your online registration will not be approved without an upload of required residency documents listed below. If you are unable to upload two proofs of residency within one file as requested during this online process, please see Step 2 below.

Step 2: (only required if you are unable to upload required residency documentation): If you are unable to upload the required residency documentation to prove your residency, you will be required to attend one of the residency clinics:

July 27, 2016: 1 pm-7 pm at Center High School
July 28, 2016: 8 am-2 pm at Center High School
August 4, 2016: 4-7 p.m. at Center Elementary School
August 11, 2016: 4-7 p.m. at Center Elementary School

You will need to bring the appropriate proof of residency documentation listed below.

Items required for Enrollment:

• Updated Immunization Records - if new shots were given over the summer
• Any new legal documents pertaining to the student (custody papers, guardianship documents, ex parte orders, etc.)
• Your photo ID
• Two recently dated forms of Proof of Residency**
*Utility bill-KCPL/MGE-Laclede Gas/KCMO Water Services
*Land line phone bill
*Documents from agencies such as DFS or Social Services
*Paycheck Stub

**From this list, at least one of the proofs of residency must be a current utility bill that includes the parent/legal guardian's name, address and a date within the last 30 days.

Enrollment- FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Enrollment (PDF)

Intra-District Transfer Request

Intra-district transfer forms can be accessed HERE for new and renewal requests. Students who were on an intra-district transfer previously must renew at the beginning of each school year. Information regarding your intra-district transfer request will not be available until August each year because it is based on enrollment figures.

District Calendar

Year At-A Glance

Infinite Campus

Parent Guide

Parent Portal

There is an ICampus Parent Portal app available.
District ID: LZXPGH


School Meals and Prices

Free and Reduced Lunch Information (PDF)


ELEMENTARYSECONDARY
Breakfast Full Price$1.10 Breakfast Full Price$1.20
Breakfast Reduced Price$0.40 Breakfast Reduced Price$0.30
Lunch Full Price$1.80 Lunch Full Price$1.90
Lunch Reduced$0.50 Lunch Reduced$0.40
Milk - $.60 / carton Milk - $.60 / carton
Adult Meal
Breakfast1.75 Lunch$2.85



Click on link to go to menus.


School Supplies

Early Childhood (pdf)
Boone Elementary (pdf)
Center Elementary (pdf)
Indian Creek Elementary (pdf)
Red Bridge Elementary (pdf)
Center Middle School (pdf)
Center Alternative School (pdf)
High School (pdf)

Uniforms

Please click here for Center Elementary's uniform attire.

Please click here for Indian Creek Elementary's uniform attire.

district approved snacks

District Approved Snacks
2016-2017

In order to ensure the safety of every student in the Center School District, a peanut free snack list has been developed and reviewed by our health professionals. This list should be used when parents/guardians provide food items for celebrations or snacks. Treats or snacks brought to school that are not on this list will be refused, or sent home uneaten with the child at the end of the day. Thank you for helping to keep our classrooms safe and peanut free.

Please refer to the handbook for additional information about celebrating birthdays. See back page for more information.

Fruits & Vegetables

  • Fresh Fruits/Vegetables
  • Fresh Fruit Trays/Vegetable trays
  • Dried Fruits- such as raisins/craisins
  • Fruit/applesauce cups

  • Chips

  • Pringles- any flavor
  • Frito Lay Brand items- such as Fritos, Doritos, Cheetos, Ruffles, Funyans
  • Tostitos
  • Sun Chips
  • Utz/Rold Gold Pretzels

  • Cookies/Crackers

    • Oreos- Original or Double Stuffed
    • Kellogg’s Rice Krispy Treats (Original ONLY)
    • Nabisco Vanilla Wafers
    • Ritz Crackers (NOT Ritz Bitz)
    • Gold Fish Crackers
    • Cheez-Its

    Fruit Snacks/Gummies

  • Fruit Roll-Ups
  • Fruit by the Foot
  • Sunkist/Welch’s Fruit Snacks
  • Gushers

  • Miscellaneous

  • Juice Boxes/Juice Pouches
  • String Cheese packets
  • Jell-O Cups & Jell-O Pudding Cups
  • Beef Jerky/Beef Sticks

  • Information also listed in Student/Parent Handbook:

    Parties

    The parent group may arrange holiday parties. If you are interested in helping with any of the holiday parties, please notify your child’s teacher. Siblings are not allowed to attend holiday parties. When planning holiday parties, please ensure food is peanut free and made at a factory that is peanut free.

    Home birthday party invitations should not be handed out at school. Parents may supply a birthday treat (no more than 2 items allowed) or trinket for the students that will be distributed at the teacher’s discretion. Treats must come from the District Approved Snack List. Treats or snacks brought to school that are not on this list will be sent home with the student. Trinkets are welcome in place of food. Birthday parties are not allowed at school.

    Flowers/Balloons/Gifts: Deliveries of flowers/balloons/gifts are not to be made during the school day.

    Bus Routes

    Boone Elementary (pdf)
    Center Elementary (pdf)
    Indian Creek Elementary (pdf)
    Red Bridge Elementary (pdf)
    Center Middle School (pdf)
    Center High School (pdf)

    SNOW ROUTES (pdf)

    Parent-Teacher Organizations

    Each school has a parent -teacher unit. Parents are encouraged to support the organization in their building in the realization of its objectives:

    • To promote the welfare of children and youth in home, school, and community.
    • To raise the standard of home life.
    • To secure adequate laws for the care and protection of children and youth.
    • To bring into closer relation the home and the school that parents and teachers may cooperate intelligently in the training of the child.
    • To develop between educators and the general public such as united efforts as will secure for every child the highest advantages in physical, mental social and spiritual education.

    District Map and Boundaries

    Student Health Insurance

    Parent Letter and Enrollment Form for Student Insurance

    Summer School Bus Routes and Breakfast/Lunch Schedules

    2016-2017 information for Summer School will be available in May of 2017.

    Complaint Procedure

    School-Aged Child Care

    LINC- Boone/Center

    Reliable, affordable child care services are available at all elementary schools for before and after school care for the convenience of the parents. Parents may leave their children as early ad 6:30 a.m. and pick them up as late as 6:00 p.m. at their elementary school.

    For Boone call 349-3695
    For Center call 349-3469

    YMCA- Red Bridge/Indian Creek

    Reliable, affordable child care services are available at all elementary schools for before and after school care for the convenience of the parents. Parents may leave their children as early ad 6:30 a.m. and pick them up as late as 6:00 p.m. at their elementary school.

    Contact YMCA at 913-345-9622

    ALICE: Raising the bar in school safety

    A - Alert

    Alert is your first notification of danger.

    ALERT is when you first become aware of a threat. The sooner you understand that you’re in danger, the sooner you can save yourself. A speedy response is critical. Seconds count.

    Alert is overcoming denial, recognizing the signs of danger and receiving notifications about the danger from others. Alerts should be accepted, taken seriously, and should help you make survival decisions based on your circumstances.

    L - Lockdown

    Barricade the room. Prepare to EVACUATE or COUNTER if needed.

    If EVACUATION is not a safe option, barricade entry points into your room in an effort to create a semi-secure starting point.

    Our training explains scenarios where Lockdown may be the preferable option and dispels myths about passive, traditional ‘lockdown only’ procedures that create readily identifiable targets and makes a shooter’s mission easier. ALICE trainers instruct on practical techniques for how to better barricade a room, what to do with mobile and electronic devices, how and when to communicate with police, and how to use your time in lockdown to prepare to use other strategies (i.e. Counter or Evacuate) that might come into play should the active shooter gain entry.

    I - Inform

    Communicate the violent intruder’s location and direction in real time.

    The purpose of INFORM is to continue to communicate information in as real time as possible, if it is safe to do so. Armed intruder situations are unpredictable and evolve quickly, which means that ongoing, real time information is key to making effective survival decisions. Information should always be clear, direct and in plain language, not using codes. If the shooter is known to be in an isolated section of a building, occupants in other wards can safely evacuate while those in direct danger can perform enhanced lockdown and prepare to counter.

    Video surveillance, 911 calls and PA announcements are just a few of the channels that may be used by employees, safety officers, and other personnel to inform others. An emergency response plan should have clear methods outlined for informing school employees, hospital workers, or any other employees of the location of a violent intruder.

    C - Counter

    Create Noise, Movement, Distance and Distraction with the intent of reducing the shooter’s ability to shoot accurately. Counter is NOT fighting.

    ALICE Training does not believe that actively confronting a violent intruder is the best method for ensuring the safety of those involved. Counter is a strategy of last resort. Counter focuses on actions that create noise, movement, distance and distraction with the intent of reducing the shooter’s ability to shoot accurately. Creating a dynamic environment decreases the shooter’s chance of hitting a target and can provide the precious seconds needed in order to evacuate.

    E - Evacuate

    When safe to do so, remove yourself from the danger zone.

    ATI provides techniques for safer and more strategic evacuations. Evacuating to a safe area takes people out of harm’s way and hopefully prevents civilians from having to come into any contact with the shooter.

    Did you know that you should break a window from the top corner as opposed to the center? Many useful techniques that civilians do not know exist and can save your life. ALICE trainers teach strategies for evacuating through windows, from higher floors and under extreme duress.

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    District Event Calendar

    February 2017
    Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
    Sun, Jan 29
    Tue, Jan 31
    CHS-Girls Basketball Away @ O'Hara
    3:30pm JV, 6:30pm Varsity
    CHS-Boys Basketball Away @ O'Hara
    5pm JV, 8pm Varsity
    Thu, Feb 2
    ICE - Parent Teacher Support Committee Meeting CLONE
    Indian Creek Gym/Cafeteria
    Fri, Feb 3
    CMS-Lock In
    CHS-Boys Basketball @ Smith Cotton
    JV 5:30pm; Varsity 7pm
    CHS-Girls Basketball Smith Cotton
    Varsity 5:30pm; JV 7pm
    Sat, Feb 4
    CHS-Girls age 4-5th Grade Mini Cheer Clinic
    -
    @ Center High School
    Sun, Feb 5
    Mon, Feb 6
    Group Open Board of Education Meeting
    -
    Located at Central Office
    Group Closed School Board Meeting to follow
    Located at Central Office
    Tue, Feb 7
    CHS- Girls Basketball @ St. Pius
    Freshman/JV 5:30pm; Varsity 7pm
    CHS-Boys Basketball Home vs St. Pius
    Fresh and JV 5:30; Varsity 7pm
    Group CHS-WINTER DISTRICT NIGHT Boys Basketball Game
    Mini Cheer and Dance Performance at Half Time of Varsity Game
    ICE - K-2nd Grade Data Talks
    -
    RBE - PTO Meeting
    Media Center
    Thu, Feb 9
    RBE- Winter Conferences
    -
    CHS-Boys Basketball @ Nevada
    Freshman 5pm; JV 6:30pm
    CHS-Girls Basketball @ Nevada
    JV 5pm; Freshman 6:30pm
    EC-Parent IMPACT Education
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    Fri, Feb 10
    CHS-Girls Basketball Home vs Metro HS
    5:30PM JV; 7PM Varsity
    Group CHS-Courtwarming Crowning Ceremony
    CHS 1/2 of Varsity Girls Basketball Game
    Sun, Feb 12
    Mon, Feb 13
    CMS-PTA Meeting
    Tue, Feb 14
    ICE - Valentine Day Parties
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    Indian Creek Elementary
    CHS-Boys Basketball Home vs Smith Cotton
    JV 5:30pm ; Varsity 7pm
    CHS-Girls Basketball Home vs Smith Cotton
    Varsity 5:30pm; JV 7pm
    Wed, Feb 15
    RBE- Sonic Night
    Red Bridge Sonic
    Thu, Feb 16
    Fri, Feb 17
    EC-Bring your Father to School Day
    AM: 8:30am-9:30am - PM: 12:30pm-1:30pm
    Group CHS-Leaving A Legacy Night Hall Of Fame Induction
    Presentation Ceremony During Half-Time of Varsity Boys Game
    Sat, Feb 18
    Sun, Feb 19
    Tue, Feb 21
    CHS-Boys Basketball Away @ Clinton
    Freshman 4:30, JV 6pm, Varsity 7:30pm
    CHS- Girls Basketball Home vs Clinton
    Freshman & JV 5:30pm, Varsity 7pm
    Wed, Feb 22
    Thu, Feb 23
    CHS- Boys Freshman/ JV Basketball Home vs Nevada
    Freshman 5:30pm, JV 7pm
    CHS-Girl Freshman/JV Basketball Home vs Nevada
    JV 5:30pm, Freshman 7pm
    Thespian mask CHS-Drama Senior One Act Plays
    CHS Auditorium
    Sat, Feb 25
    Group Auto's and Auctions Annual District Bennefit
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    Armacost Museum, Grandview Mo

    Calendar & Category Legend:

    • Group All District Events
    • Holidays and Closing
      • Holidays
      • In Service
    • Thespian mask Performing Arts Events
    • Boone Elementary
    • Center Elementary Events
    • CHS Events
    • CHS Sports
    • CMS Events
    • CMS Sports
    • Early Childhood Events
    • Indian Creek Events
    • Red Bridge Events
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