Monday, May 15, 2017

Hope For Hickman Mills School District???



Better than any other local news outlet, our blog community has followed the misadventures of Hickman Mills amid School Board musical chairs, behind the scenes power plays and phony accreditation schemes.

A recent public TV clip attempts to look for a bright side . . .

Check the description:

"The Hickman Mills School District in Kansas City, Missouri, is trying to recapture the stability and success it enjoyed decades ago. It's new superintendent, Yolanda Cargile, is a big part of that effort. She grew up poor and wants to serve as a role model for today's students."

Take a look:



You decide:

5 Comments:

BlackMind said...

Im actually really glad to know this. I graduated from Ruskin in 2011 and I've been wondering whats been going on there lately

BlackMind said...

Im actually really glad to know this. I graduated from Ruskin in 2011 and I've been wondering whats been going on there lately

Anonymous said...

hope they can turn it around. They need state accreditation.

Anonymous said...

Let's hope she's can make a difference. Dr. Carpenter is leaving a huge mess.

Anonymous said...

Dr Carpenter walked into a huge mess and now Yolanda is doing the same. Until the KC area leeches aka Freedom Inc are driven out of the district then progress won't be made. They been sucking the life out of various parts of KCMO