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School buses unload and load students on the West side of the building in front of the main doors.  Students being transported by parents must unload and load on the East side of the building.

Students may enter the building at 8:30 a.m. each school day.  The last bell rings at 8:45 a.m. and a student is considered tardy if they are not in their classroom at that time. Tardy students must stop by the office for a tardy slip before they go to their classroom.

Please call the Apollo office at 794-4090 by 9:30 a.m. if your child is going to be tardy or absent. 

Thank you.

Lunch Schedule

11:15 - 11:40 am - Mrs. Belt
11:17 - 11:42 am - Ms. Kerschen
11:19 - 11:44 am - Mrs. Jones

11:23 - 11:48 am - Mrs. Schardin
11:25 - 11:50 am - Mrs. Skidmore
11:27 – 11:52 am – Mrs. Morgan

11:54 am - 12:19 pm - Mrs. Cressler
11:56 am - 12:21 pm - Mr. McElroy
11:58 am - 12:23 pm - Mrs. Ballard
12:02 - 12:27 pm - Mr. Christensen
12:04 - 12:29 pm - Ms. Mater
12:06 - 12:31 pm - Mrs. Allender

12:33 - 12:58 pm - Mrs. Hubert
12:35 - 1:00 pm - Mrs. Oneslager
12:37 - 1:02 pm - Mrs. Vieta


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Books for Kenya

Where will the books we donate go?To school children and schools in the Mathare Valley slum of Nairobi, Kenya

What is the Mathare Valley Slum?The Mathare Valley is one of the oldest and worst slum areas in Nairobi and the degree of poverty there is unimaginable. Approximately 600,000 people live in an area of three square miles.

What are the slums like?  

People live in 6’ x 8’ shanties made of old tin and mud.  There are no beds, no electricity and no running water.  People sleep on pieces of cardboard on the dirt floors of their shanties.

  • Most live on an income of less than a dollar per day.
  • Common health problems for children in Mathare include dysentery, malnutrition, malaria, typhoid, cholera, infections, tetanus, and polio.
  • It is common for a child or teen, some as young as 8 or 9 years old, to be left to care for younger siblings, since both parents have died.
  • There are an estimated 70,000 children in the Mathare Valley, with only 3-4 schools to educate them. Many children do not attend school.

Who will take the books?

A team of over 30 people from Pathway Church including a Goddard student, an Apollo staff member and several Goddard parents  will travel to Kenya on October 6, 2016 to deliver books to children who have never owned a book of their own.





Contact Information
Apollo Elementary School
16158 W. Apollo St.
PO Box 159
Goddard, Kansas 67052

School Hours: 8:45 AM-4:01 PM
Office Hours: 7:45 AM-4:30 PM

Phone: 316-794-4090
Fax: 316-794-4091
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