Parent Information

Lee A. Tolbert Community Academy's belief in providing a nurturing environment is portrayed in our stakeholder partnerships. Our school consistently works with parents through home visits and volunteer opportunities to develop strong positive relationships between teachers, parents and students. All teachers at the Academy begin the year visiting each of their students' homes. During the visit, parents and students provide valuable information about themselves, and educational goals and challenges they want to address for the upcoming school year. This is the first step in forming a partnership between teachers and parents for student success.

Parent volunteer hours are another parent opportunity to help provide a nurturing environment. All parents are asked to volunteer at least twenty hours of their time or service for the school through working in classrooms or committees, attending performances, chaperoning field trips, making bulletin boards and representing our school at community events. Our parents can also join the P.E.A.C.E. group (Parents Empowered to Appreciate Children's Education) who meet monthly to discuss ways to assist in students' academic success and aid families facing crisis situations. Parents and other community members are also invited to join the Advisory Council, a group of stakeholders that participate in creating school policies to improve or maintain our strong learning and nurturing environment. 

Click here for information about volunteering.



Students who live one mile or more from Lee A. Tolbert Community Academy will be provided bus service. All transportation services for Lee. A. Tolbert Community Academy are provided by Apple Bus Company. Parents can contact the terminal operations manager at Apple Bus directly at 816-252-8800, regarding problems with late service or missed stops.

Requests for transportation, changes in routes and route stops, or for transportation problems or complaints, please contact Aaron Tolbert, Transportation Director at 816-561-0114, extension 225.

Click here to access the Transportation Form. 

Please note: Students are only allowed ONE transportation location for pick-up and
drop-off. Student will not be picked up and dropped off in 2 separate locations. 

Resources for 8th Grade Families

Lincoln College Preparatory Academy


African-Centered College Preparatory Academy Upper Campus


KCPS Early College Academy


Paseo Academy of Fine and Performing Arts


Kansas City Public Schools


Digital Resources


Parent Portal

Check your scholar's grades



Reading practice



Reading, Math, Science and Social Studies lessons


Fastt Math 

Math Fact Fluency Practice

Contact your scholar's teacher for login information.