This fall looks remarkably different for thousands of Wichita public school students and parents this year, thanks to building shutdowns prompted by concerns over the COVID-19 pandemic. All middle and high school students — and many elementary-aged children — are taking courses virtually for at least the first nine weeks of the fall semester, which may leave parents struggling to figure out technology problems and how to help with coursework.
If you find yourself needing assistance now that the school year is underway, here are some free or low-cost options for help, as well as free meal options, available in Wichita.
If you know of other resources, email Amy Renee Leiker at [email protected]
Homework and tutoring
Starting next week, Wichita Public Schools will resume its weekday homework help hotline, which connects struggling students with certified teachers qualified to assist with their assignments. The hotline, which is free to all K-12