Our goal is to create opportunities for students to reach their full potential in a learning centered environment.

On this page you will find information about our district report cards, title and federal  programs, as well as other district programs aimed to serve our students.

If you have questions about academic services, extended learning initiatives, special academic services as well as other programs, please reach out to our academic team.

Dr. Elizabeth Arbisi 
Executive Director of Academic Services

Neal Weitzel

Neal Weitzel 
Director of College and Career Readiness


Joyce Sudemeyer
District Data and Records Supervisor


Office of Academic Services:

Becky Sanders


The Center School District participates in the Missouri Course Access Program.  The program offers district students the opportunity to enroll in virtual school courses, in a variety of grade levels and content areas, from Kindergarten to grade 12.  Students interested in virtual school courses must meet the eligibility requirements established by law, and enrollment in such courses must be determined by the district to be in the best educational interest of the student.



The Kansas City Chiefs have announced their first Coach of the Week honors for the 2019 season. The awards go to Center High School coach Bryan DeLong

On Friday, September 6 Center beat St. Joseph Lafayette 35-21 to move to 2-0 on the season.

"We are extremely honored to be recognized by such a class organization as the Kansas City Chiefs," DeLong said. "They have set the bar when it comes to class and winning. A truly humbling experience for the Yellowjackets."

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82 % of Center School District voters approved a $48 million no tax increase bond during the April 2, 2019 Election.

The bond will allow Center School District to update: all district buildings to improve student and teacher safety and security, fund infrastructure maintenance projects, build a new Indian Creek Elementary and expand Red Bridge Elementary to accommodate enrollment growth. The bond will NOT RESULT IN A TAX INCREASE, but will continue the current level of property taxes.

To learn more about project updates, please visit :

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