KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Some Kansas City students will have to get up earlier this upcoming school year, while others can sleep in.
The Kansas City School District approved new start times Thursday. The changes are designed to help with reaccreditation and student achievement. Some schools will start as early as 7:20 a.m., while others as late as 9 a.m. For students not excited about waking up earlier, on the bright side, they’ll get out nearly two hours earlier than some of their peers.
Click here to see the new KCPS start times.
Also new for Kansas City, three schools are opening for the 2014-15 academic year. The schools include Northeast Middle School, Central Middle School and Hale Cook Elementary.
A letter outlining specific information about bus stops and pick up times will be mailed to families in early August.