Welcome to Early Childhood

  • Raytown School District Early Childhood

    Early Childhood in the Raytown School District is composed of New Trails Early Learning Center, Parents as Teachers, Three Trails Preschool, and Success By 6.  It is our belief that early learning is important to success in school, and we are pleased to help families get started in Raytown through our Early Childhood Programs. 

    ENROLLMENT FOR 2022-2023 SCHOOL YEAR PRE-K PROGRAM BEGINS JULY 13

    Do you live in the Raytown School District and your child will be 4 years old on or before July 31st, 2022?

    See attached flyer for how to begin the enrollment process.

    RAYTOWN SCHOOL DISTRICT EMPLOYEES INTERESTED IN PRK:

    • Employees who DO NOT live in the Raytown Schools boundary:
      • Fee: $150 per week, and an additional fee for Great Expectations.             
      • Contact Jennifer.gutierrez@raytownschools.org to be placed on an employee waitlist. 
      • Families will be contacted when a seat is available ( priority enrollment given to community children)
    • Employees who LIVE in the Raytown District: 
      • Complete online enrollment (see attached flyer)
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District News

  •  Board Vacancy

    Board of Education Vacancy

    The Raytown C-2 School District announces a Board of Education vacancy. Residents who wish to be appointed to the vacancy shall apply at the superintendent’s office located at 6608 Raytown Rd. Click here for more information.

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  •  National Mentoring Month

    National Mentor Month

    National Mentor Month is observed nationally every January to celebrate the dedicated mentors whose guidance, insight, and positive examples set children on the path to a successful education journey.

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  •   2023 Bond logo

    Our Children, Our Investment: 2023 Bond

    Learn more about Raytown Quality School's 2023 Bond.

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  •  Ray of Hope Honorees

    Ray of Hope Honorees

    At every Board of Education meeting in the 2022-23 school year, a student and staff member will be recognized as a Ray of Hope for their school community.

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