Last week we hosted our second engagement series in the Comprehensive Facilities Master Plan (CFMP) process. We received important and valuable feedback around informal facilities and learning concepts as well as potential boundary ideas. The series format was interactive, with opportunities for small group dialogue. Exit survey feedback indicates that the format was appreciated and provided a forum for conversation, and we are committed to fostering that level of interaction throughout the rest of the CFMP process.
On September 25, 2018 The LSR7 Board of Education approved a resolution to adopt the Seal of Biliteracy and Pathway Awards Program. The Lee’s Summit R7 School District will implement a progression of Pathway Awards from kindergarten through middle school recognizing benchmarks towards biliteracy.Read More
The Missouri Innovation Campus and Summit Technology Academy building won the Grand Prize Award in the annual release of the nation’s best education design and construction process showcase through “Learning By Design” magazine. Five education facility design projects across the country were awarded Grand Prize. A distinguished panel of eight architects, education administrators and facility professionals reviewed 72 submissions and selected five Grand Prize Award-winning facilities that “are simply amazing projects.” Each of the five projects combined all the elements that make a learning environment successful—transparency, connectivity, safety, sustainability, great interiors, purposeful functional design and sophistication.Read More