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It's Time to Build Our Playground

September 25, 2014

We are building a playground, and we would love to have your help! 

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"One Shoe Can Change a Life"

September 23, 2014

These words from Cinderella certainly rang true for our students on Friday, September 19th. Thanks to Share the Spirit Foundation who uses this quote to inspire their mission, each student in Gordon Parks received a new pair of shoes, socks and a

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Mums the Word

September 22, 2014

On Friday, September 19th, volunteers from Ernst and Young helped with our fall beautification project. They cleaned out our garden beds, hauled debris, trimmed bushes and planted a colorful variety of mums.

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It's Check up Time

September 22, 2014

Thank you so much to our community partners at Cerner for providing us with a day of healthcare screenings from their Healthe Kids Institute. On Tuesday, September 16th, our students each had a full heath screening including vision and hearing.

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Checkout our Latest Newsletter

September 5, 2014

Our latest newsletter can be found here. Please check out the Snapshots from Gordon Parks.

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Adopt-a-Backpack was a Wonderful Success!

September 4, 2014

Our backpacks our full and so are our hearts! Thank you to all who supported our Adopt-a-Backpack drive. With your support, we raised over $4,000!

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The Value of Time

September 4, 2014

Gordon Parks volunteers and mentors are a critical part of the support and guidance we offer our students. Volunteerism can take on many roles in our school community.

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It's Adopt-a-Backpack Time!

August 6, 2014

Our children are eager to learn, but they need supplies…so it's Adopt-a-Backpack Time at Gordon Parks!

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Welcome Back from Principal Joe Palmer

July 30, 2014

Dear Parents and Families,

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Gordon Parks Success Makes the Papers!

June 30, 2014

We have so many reasons to be proud of our students, families, faculty and staff as outlined by Joe Robertson in his article in The Kansas City Star

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