St. Paul's Episcopal Day School

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4041 Main Street
Kansas City, MO 64111
(816) 268-6525

About Us

St. Paul’s Episcopal Day School serves toddler through eighth grade students in the heart of Kansas City, MO. The school’s mission is to develop confident learners, ethical leaders, and engaged read more
  • About

    St. Paul’s Episcopal Day School serves toddler through eighth grade students in the heart of Kansas City, MO. The school’s mission is to develop confident learners, ethical leaders, and engaged citizens in a community full of compassionate teachers, diverse voices, and innovative programming.

    Episcopal schools pride themselves on openness and flexibility. Episcopal schools:
    - Nurture students in their own religious exploration and spiritual development.
    - Foster a community that supports physical, spiritual, and emotional wellness.
    - Integrate concepts like societal equity and justice; community service is an integral part of school life.

    Academic Excellence
    St. Paul's offers excellent academics coupled with character development and service learning to prepare the leaders of tomorrow. In a compassionate environment, students learn to be innovative problem-solvers who can think critically, use cutting-edge technology, and serve their community.

    Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
    Our school community strives for justice and peace among all people and respects the dignity of every human being. St. Paul’s is proud of its diverse community made of students and teachers from more than 40 Kansas City area zip codes representing a wide range of religious, ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds.

    Enriching Programs
    St. Paul's students experience embedded programs to help them grow and prepare for the future. Whether it's the buddy program across grade levels, middle school anchor trips, or the many service learning projects, the St. Paul's experience goes beyond core curriculum.

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    Development Coordinator
    Category: Non-Profit and Social Services
    Development CoordinatorJob Status: Part-TimeReports to: Director of DevelopmentSchedule: 30 hours per week, 12 months per year  Position Summary The Development Coordinator is responsible for leading the school’s Parents’ Guild and their committees to successfully execute school fundraising and community-building events.  Some of these events include: annual auction, fall parent party, family ...read more

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    Phone:(816) 268-6525