Lee's Summit R-7 School District
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  • LSHS students help Pleasant Lea Elementary staff celebrate High Five Friday

    LSHS students help Pleasant Lea Elementary staff celebrate High Five Friday

    Pleasant Lea Elementary’s commitment to greeting and welcoming students at school each day isn’t new. But this year, Principal Aaron Barnett says, PLE decided to “take it up a notch.” With the help of LSHS Athletic Director Tracy Bertoncin, LSHS athletes visited PLE for drop-off Friday morning to help out with “High Five Friday.” This year, PLE staffers aim to greet students at least six times a day.

    Thanks to our high school athletes for modeling what it means to be a leader to our elementary-aged students.

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  • More information about LRS7’s Signs of Suicide Prevention Program

    More information about LRS7’s Signs of Suicide Prevention Program

    Lee’s Summit High School counselor Connie Ficken stood in front of a high school classroom last week and addressed a group of sophomores.

    “We know the teen years can be really hard,” she said. “And we know you guys have a lot of pressure that adults don’t always see.”

    Connie and other LSR7 counselors are presenting LSR7’s Signs of Suicide program to students this month. The program is used by the district to educate students and parents about the relationship between suicide and depression, warning signs of suicidal ideation and resources to get help.

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  • An informational meeting for parents who homeschool their children

    An informational meeting for parents who homeschool their children

    The Lee’s Summit R-7 School District Special Services Department is holding an informational meeting for parents who homeschool their children or who enroll their children in private/parochial schools located within the R-7 School District boundaries.  The purpose of the meeting is to provide information on how they may access special education services, if needed.  

    This meeting will be held from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. on Sept. 25, 2019 at the Stansberry Leadership Center, 301 NE Tudor Road, Lees Summit, Missouri.

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    "We are hired for our judgment. If something bad happens, what are you going to do? How are you going to react? Are you going to get nervous? Or are you going to make a good judgment call? Because the country puts a lot of faith in you." Thanks to Department of State public affairs officer Bobby Adelson Jr. for speaking with Summit Technology Academy's international studies students about job opportunities as a foreign service officer. #lsr7 #madeinr7 #staexcels

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    Ginny Blumhorst, third grade teacher at Longview Farm Elementary, is the September Learning for Life Award winner! Ginny was honored at a staff meeting this morning. “Ginny deeply cares about the success of each of her students,” her nominators wrote. “She is gifted at being able to see every detail about what a student needs in their learning and in their social situations that make them a whole learner. Their success is her goal. And her success translates to our success.”

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    ‪“Your character is manifested when your values, your principles, and your morals and your stamina are tested.”‬ ‪@MizzouHoops Coach @CuonzoMartin visiting our @JAGMissouri students from all of our high schools at @lsnbroncos.‬

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    The September edition of "Our Schools" is out: "In My Words" "Why I Teach" "The Art of Teaching" "A European Tour to Remember" "Summit Shout-outs" All features you can read about in our new design. Enjoy!

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    KC Wolf and Chiefs Ambassadors visited 4 elementary P.E. classes today to deliver Chiefs Flag Kits. Cheerleaders and former players ran drills and played games with students alongside LSR7 coaches. Thank you to the Chiefs for partnering with our schools to make Monday extra special for our students. #MadeinR7

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    The Pleasant Lea Middle School volleyball and football teams joined for a day of service this morning. About 60 student-athletes, coaches and administrators spent time repainting the tiger paws between PLMS and PLE, picking up trash on both school campuses, and weeding the landscaping around PLMS. “It was a beautiful morning for this kind of work and was fun to watch this group of people come together and serve their school. It was a fantastic way to build community within and between the two teams and made for a fun, laid back environment to engage and enjoy each other,” said Coach Sisk.

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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