Innovation Zones Participants

Members of the SRS Network

Through the application process the Success-Ready Students Network identified 53 Missouri School Districts to participate in the newly created Innovation Zones. Also engaging in this effort are 13 state/regional organizations.

System Design Zone

  • Affton

  • Bloomfield

  • Branson

  • Center

  • Confluence Academy

  • Fayette

  • Green Ridge

  • Jamestown

  • Kearney

  • Knox County

  • Ladue

  • Lebanon

  • Lee’s Summit

  • Lewis County

  • Liberty

  • Lindbergh

  • Lonedell

  • Mehlville

  • Neosho

  • Ozark

  • Parkway

  • Pattonville

  • Raymore-Peculiar

  • Ritenour

  • Ste. Genevieve

  • Shell Knob

Innovative Learning Design Zone

  • Ava

  • Belton

  • Blue Springs

  • Clinton Co

  • Diamond

  • Fordland

  • Fort Osage

  • Hazelwood

  • Lincoln County

  • Lone Jack

  • Maplewood-Richmond Heights

  • North Kansas City

  • Oak Grove

  • Park Hill

  • Platte County

  • Pleasant Hill

  • Republic

  • Smithville

  • Special School District of St. Louis County

  • Springfield

  • University City

  • Valley Park

  • Washington

  • Waynesville

  • Webster Groves

  • West Plains

  • Willard

Collaborative Network Zone

  • Central Regional Professional Development Center

  • Cooperating School Districts of Greater Kansas City

  • EducationPlus

  • Greater Ozarks Cooperating School Districts

  • Kansas City Regional Professional Development Center

  • Missouri Association of Rural Education

  • Missouri Association of School Administrators

  • Missouri National Education Association

  • Missouri State University

  • Missouri Council of Administrators of Special Education

  • Missouri School Boards' Association

  • Missouri State Teachers Association

  • Show Me Curriculum Administrators Association