PrincipalsConnect links urban Kansas City school principals with retired and semi-retired professionals who have connections in our community and access to resources. Our principals determine our focus. Top of the list: teacher retention and morale.

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PrincipalsConnect is on the forefront of providing impactful teacher morale programs. I’d like to have them in every KCPS school!

Dr. Jennifer CollierKansas City Public School Superintendent

PrincipalsConnect has made a significant difference in the schools I’ve led. I know I can always call on their team to help make my school more successful.

Luis HinojosaPitcher Elementary School Principal

It's all about the principals. In all my education-related volunteer efforts, I've yet to find anything that delivers a greater impact so close to the classroom. Results are tangible and immediate.

Willetta Willis-McGheePrincipalsConnect Volunteer

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Food Hugs: A Year In Review

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"It's yummy day!" That's what one staff member said to us this past week as nearly 900 Food Hugs were delivered to 15 Kansas City schools. There's nothing quite like…

Jumping for Joy: Border Star Staff Lounge Renovation was a Success!

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JE Dunn Construction, HGTV design star Jennifer Bertrand and PrincipalsConnect partnered together to bring a one-of-a-kind transformation to Kansas City's Border Star Montessori. One hundred years after the school was…

Border Star Teacher’s Lounge Renovation

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Good schools create an atmosphere that encourages mutual support, caring, and a sense of community. Border Star Montessori does just that while acting as an integral part of the Brookside…

Welcome Janet Broll to the PC Volunteer Adviser Team!

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Janet Broll’s favorite quote:  “Ask not what your country can do for you – ask what you can do for your country.”– John Kennedy 1961 After a successful corporate career,…