Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Help For Kansas City Homeless Students

Life lesson on the reality confronted by local students coping with bigger problems than test scores. Checkit:

KCPS asks for donations for 1,300 students experiencing homelessness

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Giving hope to some of its most vulnerable students, Kansas City Public Schools has designated a place to provide students who are homeless with the things they need to live. It's called the Office of Students in Transition, located at the Manual Career & Technical Center.

4 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Are they many colors or mostly one?

Byron Funkhouser said...

Why do you ask?

Anonymous said...

He's RACIST for asking the obvious question - right, Byron?

Anonymous said...

I guess passing an ordinance requiring parents of bastard kids to get a job and support them would be anti American according to the libtard bible. How fucked does it have to be before it becomes unacceptable?