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Herndon Career Center

 

Welcome to Herndon Career Center

After many years of planning with area superintendents, dating as far back as 1965, Herndon Career Center was opened in 1973.  The original 317 students, who came from Hickman Mills, Center, Grandview, Independence, Kansas City, and Lee's Summit, in addition to host Raytown, were enrolled in Auto Body and Fender Repair, Data Processing, Graphic Arts, Business Education, Heating and Refrigeration, Radio and TV Repair, Health Services, Food Services, Horticulture, and Technical Drafting.  A second building was obtained in 1974 to expand the program. Now condensed to one campus with three buildings, Herndon, named after long-time Superintendent Joe Herndon, continues to offer vocational programming for both students and adult learners.

Herndon news

  • CAREER NIGHT Thursday, JANUARY 26

District news

Raytown School District to offer specialized Wellness Center facility fees to first responders, military members, city workers, and adult children of employees
04/20/2017
The Raytown School District will offer discounted facility use fees for services at the Raytown Schools Wellness Center to Raytown first responders, military personnel, city workers, and adult children of employees.
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Counselors from around the District receive Counselor of the Year honors
04/19/2017
Raytown Middle School counselor Cynthia Gerdes has been selected as Greater Kansas City School Counselor Association's (GKCSCA) Middle School Counselor of the Year and Raytown High School counselor Nancy Young has been selected as the (GKCSCA) Secondary School Counselor of the Year.
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Raytown School District bus drivers compete in Regional Bus Safety Competition
04/17/2017
Recently, Raytown School District bus drivers competed in the 2017 Kansas City Regional School Bus Safety Competition at Grandview High School.
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Raytown School District Announces 2017-2018 Support Staff Employee of the Year
04/13/2017
The Raytown School District is pleased to announce Mrs. Mary Bell as the Support Staff Employee of the Year for 2017-1018. Bell is employed at Fleetridge Elementary as the secretary to the principal and has worked for the district for 18 years.
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