Lee's Summit R-7 School District
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  • District’s first African American Read-in held at Lee’s Summit West

    District’s first African American Read-in held at Lee’s Summit West

    This week, 21 students from all three LSR7 high schools performed their own poetry, essays and stories, as well as those written by other African American writers, for a crowd of a hundred at the first ever NCTE African American Read-in in LSR7.

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  • Pleasant Lea Middle School FTC Robotics Team headed to state championships

    Pleasant Lea Middle School FTC Robotics Team headed to state championships

    Both Pleasant Lea Middle School’s STEAM_Black and STEAM_Gold competed at the qualifying event for the state FTC Robotics championships next month. And STEAM_Black is one of 48 Missouri teams who will compete at the state event.

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  • LS Educational Foundation to host Taste of Lee’s Summit March 7

    LS Educational Foundation to host Taste of Lee’s Summit March 7

    The Lee’s Summit Educational Foundation will host the 21st annual Taste of Lee’s Summit on March 7 to raise money in support of excellence in education in our community. This year’s theme is “2020 Vision,” a salute to a new decade and exciting upcoming projects. This event will begin at 6 p.m. and is located at The Pavilion at John Knox Village in Lee’s Summit (adults 21 and over only). Advance tickets are required. 

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    Congratulations to Summit Lakes Middle School Scholar Bowl A team on winning the Pride of Lee’s Summit Academic Championship.

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    Pleasant Lea Middle School’s two robotics teams competed against mostly high school students at the Missouri qualifier and won several awards. Tiger STEAM_Black is headed to the state competition on March 6th! Congratulations to our middle school engineers. We’re cheering for you! 🎉

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    Last night, 21 students from all three LSR7 high schools performed their own poetry, essays and stories, as well as those written by other African American writers, for a crowd of a hundred at the first ever NCTE African American Read-In in LSR7. A special thank you to our students for sharing their voices and to the LSW English Department, Harmony Council and Library Media Center for sponsoring this powerful event.

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    Our #MadeinR7 students shared the language of art with students in Nigeria. Last week, Hawthorn Hill Elementary 5th and 6th graders traded artwork with Nigerian students after art teacher Denelle Stokes earned a grant through The Memory Project, a nonprofit dedicated to promoting “intercultural awareness, friendship, and kindness between children around the world.”

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    Lee’s Summit West Concert Choir has a special announcement about the cancellation of school in LSR7 and at Summit Technology Academy today, Thurs., Feb. 13, 2020 due to inclement weather. Again, there will be no school in LSR7 and at STA today, Feb. 13.

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    Our #MadeinR7 students and #LSR7 family embody kindness every day, and we’d love to give them a special shout-out during the Lee’s Summit Human Relations Commission’s Take Time to Be Kind Week. #LSKindness

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2019-20 Registration

The Lee’s Summit R-7 School District is excited to continue our online registration system that families will use to register returning students. More Information