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121. First Lady to Visit First Lady to Visit October 11, 2005 Notice that First Lady Laura Bush will be visiting Kansas City on October 11, 2005. She will be at the J.S. Chick Elementary School at 4101 E. 53rd Street for a roundtable discussion about helping young...

122. First Voting Machine Election Tuesday First Voting Machine Election Tuesday April/4/1954 Short article with diagram of how to use the new voting machine in three steps, for the upcoming school levy election.

123. Former Lenexa Mayor Dies Former Lenexa Mayor Dies June 26, 2007 Former Lenexa, Kansas, mayor Rich Becker died June 24, 2007, of heart failure at age 76. He was mayor from 1983 to 1995 and a state lawmaker from 1995 to 2000. "Among other things, he was credited with...

124. Former Schools in Focus Former Schools in Focus December 5, 2011 Commentary about repurposing historic school houses in light of a fire that destroyed the Horace Mann School in the Ivanhoe Neighborhood. The school hasn't been a property of the Kansas City School District...

125. Frederick W. Tamblyn Frederick W. Tamblyn February/17/1947 Obituary for Frederick William Tamblyn, or Frederick Tamblyn, founder of a penmanship school and testifier as a handwriting expert in trials, dying in 1947.

126. Frederick W. Tamblyn: Handwriting Expert Was 77 Years Old Frederick W. Tamblyn: Handwriting Expert Was 77 Years Old February/17/1947 Photo (of Tamblyn) and obituary for Frederick William Tamblyn, or Frederick Tamblyn, "77 years old, 2 East [58th Street]," founder of a penmanship school in Kansas City in 1894. Native of Drexel, Missouri...

127. Frontier School of Innovation Expands in Second Year Frontier School of Innovation Expands in Second Year August 4, 2010 Article reports on the expansion of the Frontier School of Innovation located in the industrial park area of the East Bottoms district. The charter school has a math and science focused curriculum and...

128. Gay Studies Gay Studies October/12-18/2000 Discusses the activities of the Gay, Lesbian, Straight Education Network in Kansas City area high schools.

129. GCI Acquires Douglas School Building GCI Acquires Douglas School Building April 12-18, 2012 Guadalupe Centers, Inc. (GCI) has acquired the Douglas Elementary School building (2640 Bellevue) from the Kansas City, Missouri School District for $625,000. GCI plans to relocate the Alta Vista Charter...

130. General Maxwell Taylor General Maxwell Taylor August 21, 1955 Biographical article about General Maxwell Taylor, a military officer growing up in Kansas City. Born in Keytesville, Missouri in 1901 and coming here as a student at Lykins, McCoy, and Ashland Elementary...

131. General Maxwell Taylor General Maxwell Taylor July 5, 1959 Biographical article about General Maxwell Taylor, a military officer growing up in Kansas City. Born in Keytesville, Missouri in 1901 and coming here as a student at Lykins, McCoy, and Ashland Elementary...

132. Go to The Head of The Class Go to The Head of The Class May 14, 2008 Colored photographs in article about the Overland Park high school's culinary program and its newly remodeled kitchen at the Broadmoor Technical Center. "Broadmoor and other high school culinary porgrams...

133. Good-bye to Woodland and McCoy? Good-bye to Woodland and McCoy? December 13, 2006 Two schools slated for possible closing in the Kansas City School District are located in the Northeast area. Woodland Elementary located at 711 Woodland Avenue is one school. Those students attending...

134. Grace Leedy Grace Leedy September/15/1969 Obituary for Miss Grace Leedy, a teacher at high schools such as Manual High School, born in Texas and dying on September 13, 1969.

135. Grace This Place Grace This Place April 16, 2004 Captioned photograph showing the blessing of the school's grotto during a rededication ceremony on April 15, 2004. The location is 3823 Locust Street.

136. Grading Area Schools: Results Are in from Missouri Assessment Program Testing Grading Area Schools: Results Are in from Missouri Assessment Program Testing September 8, 2004 Chart with "How Area School Districts Fared on State Tests."

137. Grand Opening Marks New Course for Northeast School Grand Opening Marks New Course for Northeast School April/5/2000 Woodland-Edison School is located at 711 Woodland in the northeast area and serves nearly 500 children in kindergarden through 5th grade. Includes a partnership between the Edison Project and the Kansas...

138. Greensburg's Green Comeback Greensburg's Green Comeback August 15, 2010 Color pictures and article about the new "state-of-the-art sustainable [school] that will boast two gyms . . . lots of windows for natural light, cisterns to capture rainwater for the lawn and flowers,...

139. Group Pushes To Save Temple From Demolition Group Pushes To Save Temple From Demolition November/4/2002 Article details the current controversy over the demolition of the 35 year old Temple B'Nai Jehudah located at 69th Street and Holmes Road. The Helzberg Foundation owns the property and intends to raze...

140. Halls of Progress, Promise Halls of Progress, Promise January 5, 2009 Article describes Alta Vista High School, a charter school on Kansas City's West Side primarily consisting of Latino students. Alta Vista promotes a college education program and works with community partners...