Center School District Museum

Center School District Museum Center School District Museum in Kansas City MO The Center Museum was started and is still maintained by retired staff from the Center School District, with help from alumni, Center High School administration and the Center Education Foundation.

The mission of the museum is to be a repository for historical information about the Center School District and a resource for Center students, staff, alumni and community members to share in the rich history of the District and community.

History is being made right in front of our eyes! A ton of alumni students, teachers, and families came out today to say...
05/02/2021

History is being made right in front of our eyes! A ton of alumni students, teachers, and families came out today to say farewell to Indian Creek Elementary. Everyone also had the chance to say "hello" to our new Indian Creek Elementary building that will welcome students this fall. A wonderful transition for our community and the Indian Creek neighborhood!

We are proud to officially unveil the new Center Museum YouTube channel. At the moment it has a collection of video conv...
04/13/2021
Center Museum - YouTube

We are proud to officially unveil the new Center Museum YouTube channel. At the moment it has a collection of video conversations that we've recorded over the past few months about Don Shaffer, the 87th Street Gang, and memories of Center band adventures from 1980 - 2003.

We'll be adding content from last weekend's Center-Day Night Live event with the Center Education Foundation. If YOU have a story to share, contact Rick Chambers @[email protected] for details.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkEnxDB_h4LiiqXxrZ-E_YA

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01/16/2021

The Center Museum is putting together a series of oral history recordings about your experiences at Center! If you are interested in adding to our collection with YOUR stories (or get some friends together to tell stories together), send your video to [email protected] or contact Rick to schedule a time to record a video.

YOU are Center. We want to hear your stories!

The Center Museum will be open for the 2018 Homecoming Celebration on October 12. Check out the details, along with othe...
09/28/2018
Center School District Education Foundation

The Center Museum will be open for the 2018 Homecoming Celebration on October 12. Check out the details, along with other news from the Center Education Foundation.

Check out the latest news from Center - Homecoming 2018, Distinguished Alumni Award, and Big Sonia (the movie).

06/13/2018

Check out the great story that Diane Euston wrote about the Center Museum and some Center history. In the current edition of the Martin City Telegraph. Available for free at retail locations all over South Kansas City.

Center High School Distinguished Alumni Award Recipients are John Cassidy ('51) and Bob Beltz ('68)
01/02/2017
Center High School Distinguished Alumni Announced

Center High School Distinguished Alumni Award Recipients are John Cassidy ('51) and Bob Beltz ('68)

Center High School Distinguished Alumni Award Recipients are John Cassidy ('51) and Bob Beltz ('68)

Looking for a last minute Christmas gift? Click "buy now" on this very special Center Education Foundation Auction Item
12/23/2016
Center Education Foundation - Special Online Auction Item

Looking for a last minute Christmas gift? Click "buy now" on this very special Center Education Foundation Auction Item

Looking for a last minute Christmas gift? Click "buy now" on this very special Center Education Foundation Auction Item

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8715 Holmes Rd
Kansas City, MO
64131

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Do you have the Center Elementary Yearbook from 1995?
This is wonderful ....the museum continues . So many teachers over the years , initially with the leadership of Maggie Caron,struggled to keep the museum “alive”....I am proud of being a small part of that effort. I am pleased to see efforts continue to keep this history of Center alive. So important. Sharon Goff Indian Creek