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Carver Dual Language Elementary
 
Carver  The goal of Carver Dual Language Elementary is for students to become proficient in a second language and develop increased cultural awareness while reaching a high level of academic achievement. Students develop proficiency in the second language by hearing and using it to learn all of their school subjects rather than by studying the language itself.
 
Dual language education offers an exciting opportunity for students to reach high levels of academic achievement and to acquire strong proficiency in English and another language.  
 
Contact Information:
(816) 418-4925 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Kansas City Public Schools Enrollment Applications

Frequently Asked Questions

 
Q: Who can attend Signature Schools?
A: Any student who lives within the Kansas City Public Schools attendance boundary and meets the school's enrollment requirements can attend a Signature School. Students who live outside the school system attendance boundary may be eligible to attend if space permits; tuition fees would apply.
 
Q: Do students who attend Signature Schools receive transportation?
A: Students in grades K-12 who live 1.5 miles or more from their school are eligible for transportation. Transportation is not provided to pre-kindergarten students. For more detailed information, visit www.kcpublicschools.org/transportation.
 
Q: How do I fulfill the additional admission requirements?
A: Once you have submitted your enrollment application, call the school office to schedule a time to complete the admission requirements.
 
Q: What is the age requirement for my child to enter pre-kindergarten?
A: Your child must be three years old before August 1. Visit the Richardson Early Learning or Woodland Early Learning for enrollment information.
 
Q: What is the age requirement for my child to enter kindergarten?
A: Your child must be five years old before August 1.*
*Updated 12/09/15
 
Q: Will I be allowed to enroll my child in a Kansas City Public School without having an up-to-date immunization record on file?
A: No. Missouri law (RSMo 167.181) requires all children show proof of adequate immunizations before enrolling in a public school.
 

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