Show Me Schools, a nonprofit organization with a mission to help families find the right school for their children is co-hosting Kansas City’s second annual K-12 City School Fair from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at the Central Library.
The event will feature 55 K-12 district, charter, private and parochial schools – including the Crossroads Charter Schools in Downtown – along with free food and a performance by the Stone Lion Puppets and library fine forgiveness for all who attend.
Click here for a complete list of schools participating in Saturday’s fair.
With nearly 90 district, charter, private and parochial schools in the Kansas City Public Schools’ boundaries, it can be overwhelming for parents or care navigating the school options can be overwhelming.
“The City School Fair is a high energy event. Parents and caregivers can have one-on-one conversations with school administrators and current school families,” said Tricia Johnson, Show Me Schools’ executive director. “Families can have their questions answered and use this opportunity to collect – and, for some schools, complete – applications.”
For more information, visit the City School Fair online.