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Emporia Public Schools

Enrollment for New Students

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If you are moving to Emporia, you can enroll your children in school at the Student & Family Resources Office at Mary Herbert Education Center, 7:30 am-4:30 pm Monday – Friday, 620-341-2200.

More information here.

PowerSchool

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Log in PowerSchool.

Parents can use PowerSchool to see attendance data and grades for their child using a school-assigned username and password. Contact the school secretary for log-in information.

Home-School Communication

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Parents can create a SchoolMessenger account and indicate how you want to receive school messages: by home phone, email, text message or mobile phone. Parents also can opt in for text alerts by sending “YES” to 67587.

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SUICIDE PREVENTION RESOURCES

If you or someone you know is thinking about suicide, please contact one of the resources below. If you have an urgent need, please call 911.

Jason Flatt Foundation     •     National Suicide Prevention      •     Lifeline SAMHSA Suicide Prevention Page

PARENT HELPLINE:

Call the Parent Helpline at either 1-800-CHILDREN or 1-800-332-6378 for resources, referrals and other information.
Since 1993, KCSL’s Parent Helpline (1-800-CHILDREN) has offered a voice who will listen and empathize with callers’ concerns and provide help with simple questions or complex situations.
Information, referrals, and support are provided statewide anonymously to parents, relatives, caregivers, youth and professionals 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 

DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP RESOURCES

Here are the links for the fliers from childnet.com for information on digital citizenship.

Resource in English • Resource in Spanish

Title IX Training Materials

Sexual Harassment and Discrimination on the basis of sex is not tolerated at USD 253. If you have questions about this or our policy on sexual harassment and discrimination please contact our Title IX Coordinator, the Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources at 620.341.2330. The following is a link to our training materials on Title IX Regulations in compliance with the USDOE requirements.

Rights of Participants – Post-Determination Appeals and Recordkeeping (AES) Title IX – New Title IX Regulations 8.6

The Investigation Process (AES) Title IX – Roles in the Investigation Process (AES) Title IX – Decision-Makers and Investigators – Title IX Training_Website Documents

KANSAS SCHOOL SAFETY HOTLINE

The 1999 Kansas Legislature has appropriated funds to assist the State Department of Education, in cooperation with the Kansas Highway Patrol, in establishing a school safety hotline. This hotline is a toll free number available 24 hours per day, 365 days per year to give students, parents, and community members the opportunity to report any impending school violence. As you are aware, students usually have knowledge of potential school violence before it occurs. This hotline would give students the opportunity to anonymously report any potential violence.

The Kansas School Safety Hotline Number is 1-877-626-8203

Personnel at the Salina Central Dispatch of the Kansas Highway Patrol will answer the hotline number. The dispatchers will get as much information about each situation reported as the caller wishes to relay. Upon receipt of a call, the dispatchers will notify appropriate law enforcement agencies and/or the office of the superintendent of schools depending upon the severity of the situation.

If you have questions concerning the Hotline, please contact:

Dale M. Dennis, Deputy, Commissioner of Education
120 East Tenth Street, Topeka, Kansas 66612-1182
Telephone: (785) 296-3871 / FAX: (785) 296-0459
E-mail: ddennis@ksde.org

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