• Infinite Campus Parent/Student Portal. Infinite Campus is our Student Information System, where we keep information for contact preferences, registration, enrollment, fees, and grade-book.

  • District eMail. Our email is hosted through google gmail.

  • Destiny. Our school libraries use Destiny as our electronic library management tool.

  • Renaissance Place. Students can take AR Tests, and families can learn about their children's reading levels.

  • Xello / Career Cruising - Student Login. Helps students plan for future careers.  Gets students excited about exploring their options, interests, and aspirations


  • Our calendars may be found here:  Calendars


  • Kansas WIC Program

  • Notice of Nondiscrimination

  • Annual Notice of Nondiscrimination

  • Anti Bullying Policy

  • ESI Policy

  • Random Drug Testing Policy

  • Racial and Disability Harassment Policy - Summary

  • Sexual Harassment Policy

  • Sexual Harassment Policy - Summary

  • Complaint Form

  • Help Your Child Succeed:  Every month, practical ideas to promote academic success, effective parenting, a solid home-and-school partnership, healthy habits, and positive character traits.

  • Family Resources: A contact list of resources and services for families in our area.  Crisis/Emergency, Disability, Education, Food/Utilities, Housing, Health/Medical, Children/Family, etc.

  • Summer Food Service: A link to locate summer food service free meal locations.

  • USD251 Kansas Can District and School Report Cards:  The "Kansas CAN" database contains aggregate performance and demographic data related to districts and buildings within the state of Kansas, provided through the Kansas Department of Education (KSDE).

  • KIDS Flyer: Receive up to $600 when you start saving for their future...  Kansas Investments Developing Scholars (K.I.D.S.) Matching Grant program will match the first $600 that eligible account owners contribute to a Learning Quest 529 Educational Savings Program account each year that they are eligible.

  • USD 251 Parents as Teachers Program:  USD 251 Parents as Teachers Program is an early learning program for parents of young children prenatal to age six.

    Parents as Teachers (PAT) is a free, research-based program designed to provide practical, timely information to all families with young children including single parents, first-time parents, and expectant parents. Being a parent is a lot more fun and much less stressful if you know how your child grows and develops, and you know how to encourage your child so he/she will get a great start in life.

    Parents as Teachers helps parents understand child development and connect them to the resources they need to make the best choices for their families. PAT offers personal visits customized for the needs of your family. Together on each visit we'll look at your child's development and talk about the parenting challenges you face right now, think about family dynamics impacting your child's development, and build strong protective factors to keep you, your child and your family healthy, strong and resilient.

    Click on the following link for more information: