Faced with increased enrollment, including many new students who require special attention to keep up with grade-level lessons such as English language learners, Kansas City, Kan., schools are among dozens of districts across Kansas seeking Extraordinary Need Fund dollars from the state. At New Chelsea Elementary, kindergarten teacher Ruth DiSilvestro gave students a thumbs-up.
Faced with increased enrollment, including many new students who require special attention to keep up with grade-level lessons such as English language learners, Kansas City, Kan., schools are among dozens of districts across Kansas seeking Extraordinary Need Fund dollars from the state. At New Chelsea Elementary, kindergarten teacher Ruth DiSilvestro gave students a thumbs-up. JILL TOYOSHIBA JTOYOSHIBA@KCSTAR.COM
Faced with increased enrollment, including many new students who require special attention to keep up with grade-level lessons such as English language learners, Kansas City, Kan., schools are among dozens of districts across Kansas seeking Extraordinary Need Fund dollars from the state. At New Chelsea Elementary, kindergarten teacher Ruth DiSilvestro gave students a thumbs-up. JILL TOYOSHIBA JTOYOSHIBA@KCSTAR.COM

Amid cuts, local school districts seek help from the Kansas Extraordinary Need Fund

August 16, 2015 03:47 PM