Red Bridge Elementary

Welcome to Red Bridge Elementary, where the staff and students continue to focus on the 4 C’s (collaboration, creativity, communication, and critical thinking). We are excited about Project Lead the Way being expanded into grades 1st and 4th. Students are also getting the opportunity to participate in Maker’s Club in the mornings with Mr. Dwyer. To help create flexible learning spaces, teachers have been moving desks out of classrooms to make room for more collaborative learning spaces. Teachers have been visiting schools with innovative teaching and learning environments. And with the increase of Chromebooks, we are looking at ways to help us use our technology more efficiently with a focus on personalized learning. Our goal is to teach students the skills they need to be successful in their future careers and college experience.

Again, welcome to Red Bridge Elementary!


Ms. Rachelle Hamrick
Red Bridge Elementary



10781 Oak
Kansas City, MO 64114
ph: 816-612-4200
fx: 816-612-4205

Roadrunner Start and End Times:

8:20 a.m.: Students may arrive for breakfast.
8:35 a.m.: The 1st bell rings. Students may arrive at school and head straight to their classrooms.
8:45 a.m.: The 2nd bell rings. Students arriving after this bell are counted tardy.
3:45 p.m.: Dismissal

Early Release: 1:15



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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.

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