2018-19 Transportation For the 2018-19 school year we have contracted with ISD77 for transportation, hopefully this will alleviate any issues we have encountered in the past. In the next few days your child will be bringing home a form for parents to fill out for each child, these need to be filled out whether your child is continuing with KPCS or going elsewhere next year. We need them returned to Kristen in the front office no later than May 18th.
MN History Field Trip The MN History field trip will be held on Wednesday, May 23. It will be a full day trip (8:00-6:30), visiting the state Capitol, James J Hill House, and Fort Snelling. Cost of the trip is FREE due to the kindness of several donors. See Judy if you have any questions.
If you are available this summer, you may benefit from the Young Adult Program offered through Minnesota Valley Action Council. Many of our students participated in this program in the past. These are some services that could be provided to you: Paid work experiences at local businesses, for those without a job or good work history (must be able to work without assistance from on-the-job job coach) Potential high school credit recovery through PAID Work Experience opportunities Career exploration opportunities Job skills Assistance with transportation to get & keep job Possible scholarships to make college and training more affordable
For the original press release on the renewal of our charter contract, click here. For details on the hearing, click here.
Lunch for the Ladies will be offered to all girls in school on Wednesdays from 11-11:30 am in Rm 102 (Art Room). Ladies - Grab your lunch and head to Rm 102 to find out just how amazing this opportunity is!
Kato Public Charter School District #4066-07 110 North 6th St. Mankato, MN 56001 507/387-5524
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