Beginning Wednesday, May 1, all student meal accounts must be brought to a positive balance. If your student's account has a negative balance, please pay it in full and keep the balance positive through the remainder of the school year. All students must either have money in their account or pay cash for breakfast, lunch, or a la carte.
Personalized Visits to help you learn about child development, how your child's brain is developing, talk about concerns, ask questions, and share the joys and frustrations of parenting.
Playgroups where children can learn to play with others and try new activities and parents can meet and share experiences.
Regular Developmental Screenings to reassure you of your child's progress and to help identify potential problems.
Resource Network that can help parents find services in their community.
To learn more about your child's growth & development.
To turn your child's everyday experiences into fun-filled learning opportunities.
To receive research-based, practical answers to your parenting questions.
To create an eager learner who is ready for school.
To learn ways to build a stronger relationship with your child.
To get a "PAT on the back" for the things you are doing well as a parent.
For more information about enrolling in USD #464's Parents as Teachers program, please call Stephanie Adkins (785)341-1446 or
Polly Slater (913)709-2139