Academics are central to the student experience at Eudora Schools. Every student has a unique set of strengths and challenges, and our educators are committed to providing a challenging and supportive academic environment to meet each
A school system’s academic program for all grade levels focuses on three main areas:
Our district's academic programs are largely influenced by the implementation of the Kansas College and Career Ready Standards, often referred to as Common Core State Standards. Click here for more information and great resources you can use to support your student's learning.
Here are two important tools that can help you better understand your student’s academic experience at Eudora Schools.
Parent-teacher conferences are offered to all parents in October, although you may request a conference on an appointment-only date in September, or any time you have a concern about your child. Click here for what to expect at a conference — and tips to help you get the most out of your next parent-teacher conference.
Report cards are provided for all students four times a year, beginning in kindergarten. Some grades provide printed report cards, while others are provided online. Click here to learn more about how just how valuable a tool your child's report card can be.