Overview

There are a variety of community & volunteer opportunities in the Hickman Mills C-1 School District.
For more information on volunteering, contact:
 
Ebony Walker
Director of Media Relations and Community Affairs
9000 Old Santa Fe Rd.
Kansas City, MO 64138
(816) 316-7003
ebonyw@hickmanmills.org
 
Ashley Dixon
Volunteer Coordinator
9000 Old Santa Fe Rd.
Kansas City, MO 64138
(816) 316-7000
ashleydix@hickmanmills.org



Adult Volunteers
- connects young people with caring adult volunteers in schools. A plentiful array of volunteer placements range from lunch buddy to mentor, to academic or career coach.
 
Adult GED Classes - A GED class is offered through a partnership with the Local Investment Commission. Classes are held at Hickman Mills Jr. High, 9010 Old Santa Fe Road. For more information, please call The Kansas City Adult Basic Education Program at 816-418-7150 or Mr. David Bucheit, Caring Communities Site Coordinator at 816-316-7300.
 
Business Partnerships - School/Business Partnerships strengthen the education process, enhance economic vitality and develop a greater sense of community.
 
South Kansas City Chamber Of Commerce - The South Kansas City Chamber of Commerce is a voluntary, member-supported organization of business and professional people who are committed to improving the economic environment of South Kansas City.The Chamber also provides many programs and networking opportunities that allow our members to learn, get involved, and make new business connections to help them be as successful as they can be! www.southkcchamber.com

Hickman Mills Educational Foundation - The mission of the Hickman Mills Educational Foundation is to ensure quality education by enlisting businesses and the public to help provide educational opportunities for students and staff.The Hickman Mills Educational Foundation was created during the 2000-2001 school year to raise, manage and distribute funds for educational programs that benefit students and staff of the Hickman Mills C-1 School District. The Foundation connects schools, businesses and community by inviting everyone to be stockholders in the educational process. The foundation is a 501(c) (3) organization. www.hickmanmills.org/hmef