General Notice
  • Multitudes of opportunities, camps and clinics are available within the district and throughout the community and region. The District supports and encourages activities that promote development for our students. In lieu of paper distributions, all information is provided in this centralized location and accessible to patrons and students for participation at their discretion. The District bears no responsibility as to the accuracy of the information and inclusion does not constitute an endorsement of the activity.
  • Recent Posts

    kidsTLC Camp Connection posted on May 15th, 2018

    Camp Connection is designed to facilitate social skills development in a fun, structured and supportive environment for children, ages 6-16, with social challenges related to an autism spectrum disorder, social communication disorder or other developmental disorder. 

    Fourth Fridays posted on May 14th, 2018

    Downtown Olathe and Fourth Fridays are a perfect summer combination.  Don’t miss out on the great party that features live music, food trucks, free activities for the kids, and local shops and restaurants.  5:30-8 p.m. every fourth Friday… May 25, June 22, July 27, August 24, and Sept. 28. 

    HERO Day posted on May 8th, 2018

    HERO Day is a free program that introduces young women (ages 14-19) to a career as a firefighter.  June 9, 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Registration required. 

    Young Rembrandts Summer Workshops posted on April 23rd, 2018

    Young Rembrandts is offering an awesome selection of summer workshops at the Olathe Community Center for students Gr. K-5.  Workshops include Cooking and Baking, Summer Fun, Cartoon Adventures in Space, Pastel Colorful Critters, and Cartoon Workshop.

    Summer Computer Camp – Youth Tech Inc. posted on April 18th, 2018

    Youth Tech Inc. offers students ages 6-17 summer technology courses including animation, web design, application design, graphic design, movie makers, robotics-battle bots, and more!  Space is limited.  Five Johnson County locations are offered. 

    Wonders of Discovery – Pollinator Prairie posted on April 16th, 2018

    The Pollinator Prairie is hosting a FREE family-friendly event on June 22, 9am-2pm at 320 S. Blake St. in Olathe.  The even is open to the public at the garden in Olathe in conjunction with National Pollinator Week.  Activities include:  Caterpillar Petting Zoo, Bat Exhibit, Caterpillar and Butterfly Exhibits, Bird of Pray Exhibit, Native Bees vs Honey Bees, Building Native Bee Houses, Bringing Nature Home, “Get Your Fingers in the Dirt,” Arts and Crafts, and much more. 

    Those Left Behind – Supporting Teen Survivors of Suicide posted on March 28th, 2018

    Those Left Behind is a support group to help connect high school and college age survivors left behind after the loss of a family member to suicide.  This secular based support group is facilitated by licensed mental health therapists.  Parental permission to participate is required if under the age of 18.  More info on flyer. 

    Summer Basketball Camps – Rocky Lamar posted on March 27th, 2018

    Summer Basketball Camps are offered for boys in grades 1-10.  Three sessions:  June 11-14, 25-28 and July 23-26.  Register at www.RockyLamar.com

     

    2018 STEM Summer Camps posted on March 22nd, 2018

    This summer, Kansas State University’s Olathe campus and the KU Edwards Campus are teaming up to offer multiple STEM-based camps for middle school students.  Camps support math and science in a fun and safe environment and are geared for students entering 6th grade and leaving the 8th grade.  On the flyer click on K-State Olathe summer camps or KU Edwards summer camps for registration information. 

    Clay and Art Classes for Children posted on March 15th, 2018

    Summer art classes are available for children, including clay, drawing and copper repousse.