Adult and Youth programs and services.
Prime Fit Youth Foundation
NFL Play 60, Mentoring, Tutoring and Outreach.
Urban Preparatory Academy
K-12 Private Non-Profit School, Higher Learning Earlier.
Fundamental Learning Center
Specialized training and programs for dyslexia and Rolph Literacy Academy.
Story Time Village
Encouraging children to read and offering fun community activities.
Can’t Wait to Read!
Kansas Health Foundation Initiative.
Read to Succeed Initiative
United Way Program.
More coming soon….
USD 259 Grading Resources
In 2019 Wichita Public Schools began to implement a new Standards Reference Grading system. This website is updated by the district for educators to find the resources needed to keep up to date in engaged with SRG. Check Here”
New Math Initiative by KANSEL
New math tools, workshops and programs coming soon for parents, educators and students! Stay tuned.
FLIP! Storytime Videos
The Family Literacy Improvement Project (FLIP) is dedicated to unifying the efforts of multiple organizations and individuals to support full family learning and improvement. Our Storytime YouTube videos consist of local leaders reading aloud to ensure that every child is read to during school breaks. Primarily for ages 3 to 7. Check them out on our Youtube Channel!
More information launching in Spring of 2020!
We are exploring offering a new series of High School and College Readiness workshops to help students make their next big step! If you have a student or a group of students interested, let us know! Email Thomas at firstname.lastname@example.org.
GED Preparation Programs
The most unique program in the region to earn a Kansas State High School Diploma. A personalized path of success to every student.
English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)
KANSEL provides morning and evening English classes for adults 16 and older who come to Wichita, Kansas from all over the world, speaking dozens of languages and dialects.
This program builds from the basics, with a focus on foundational speaking, reading, and writing. This base learning initially provides students survival and conversational English, and as they advance, they will begin to master their newly acquired language. Results including safer communities, better employment, and increased educational opportunities.