Douglass Weekly Updates: 8/31-9/4

Douglass Elementary KCKPS 2020-2021

Welcome Back!

These school-wide newsletters will be sent out weekly in order to provide the most up-to-date information regarding all things Douglass Elementary.

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Upcoming Events


Monday, Aug. 31st, 11am to Friday, Sep. 4th, 5:30pm

1310 North 9th Street

Kansas City, KS

Family Advocacy begins Monday, August 31st through Friday, September 4th and runs from the hours 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. During those times, you may pick up supply kits, iPads if you are a new kindergarten student or did not pick your iPad up last spring, and information on resources that may be helpful to you this school year. This event will be held outside on the playground, or under the awning at the front/side of the building if it is raining. Masks and social distancing will be required for everyone attending. Families will NOT be permitted inside of the building.

Online Learning Expectations

Helpful Resources

District Provided Technology Aide

Need tech support? KCKPS is here to help. Stop by the Chromebook or iPad tents Monday-Friday from 9a-4p located at North Central Office. The address is 2220 N. 59th Street and call 913-627-3320 upon arrival.

COVID 19-related information

Wyandotte County Mask Mandate Refresher

  • Individuals are required to wear a mask covering the nose and mouth when in a public, indoor space (including a workplace, business, or place of worship).
  • Masks should be carefully positioned over the mouth and nose when it is put on, in a manner to avoid touching or readjusting the mask until it is removed.
  • Masks are not required inside a solitary, enclosed workspace such as within an individual’s solitary office.
  • Individuals are required to wear a mask covering the nose and mouth when in a public, outdoor space (with the exception of socially-distanced outdoor exercise).
  • This includes all outdoor public gatherings such as bus stops, farmers markets, places of worship and restaurant bar or patio seating areas.
  • Masks are not required when eating or drinking, but individuals should remain socially distanced and are required to wear a face mask before and following eating.
  • Washing your hands is encouraged before taking masks off and prior to putting them back on.
  • Individuals with medical conditions must wear a full face shield covering the mouth, nose and eyes as an alternative to a face mask (face shields have a piece of hard, clear plastic that sits in front of the face; these are often worn by healthcare workers in addition to other protective equipment)