Lee's Summit R-7 School District
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  • LSR7 students travel to France for exchange program

    LSR7 students travel to France for exchange program

    Eleven students in the LSR7 French program from each high school spent the first two weeks of their summer vacation in France with teachers Madame Caitlin McKinney (LSN) and Madame Bess Hayles (LSHS).

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  • LSR7 Board of Education Special Session – Educational Equity Consultants Approval

    LSR7 Board of Education Special Session – Educational Equity Consultants Approval

    At their Special Session on Wednesday, June 19, the Lee’s Summit R-7 Board of Education voted to approve a one year contract with three possible renewal years with Educational Equity Consultants.

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  • LSR7 communications department receives national award for CFMP work

    LSR7 communications department receives national award for CFMP work

    The Lee’s Summit R-7 communications team earned national recognition this week from the National School Public Relations Association (NSPRA). The team earned the 2019 Golden Achievement Award for their work around phase one communications with the Comprehensive Facilities Master Plan (CFMP) process. The NSPRA Golden Achievement Award recognizes exemplary work in all aspects of school public relations, communication, marketing and engagement. Each entry is judged individually against the contest criteria. “Lee’s Summit R-7 Schools Comprehensive Facilities Master Plan: Building the Big Picture, One Conversation at a Time” earned the award for engagement, communication planning and implementation, and professional approach.

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Dr. Dennis L. Carpenter

Dr. Dennis L. Carpenter

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    The Lee’s Summit R-7 communications team earned national recognition this week from the National School Public Relations Association (NSPRA). The team earned the 2019 Golden Achievement Award for their work around phase one communications with the Comprehensive Facilities Master Plan (CFMP) process. The NSPRA Golden Achievement Award recognizes exemplary work in all aspects of school public relations, communication, marketing and engagement. Each entry is judged individually against the contest criteria. “Lee’s Summit R-7 Schools Comprehensive Facilities Master Plan: Building the Big Picture, One Conversation at a Time” earned the award for engagement, communication planning and implementation, and professional approach.

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    Board of Education member Jacqueline Clark recognized for Distinguished, Master Certification through Missouri School Boards Association.

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    ‪A perfect piece of art for this beautiful summer day. Created by Lee’s Summit High School student Hannah Christie. #MadeinR7

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    ‪Summer school is in full effect. Kan Jam and Spike Ball happening @SLMSFalcons today!‬

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    Lee’s Summit West students in Mrs. Stacie Myers IB Physiology class and Wesley Wiskur’s Technology Education Association of Missouri (T.E.A.M.) Club joined together to help support some of our less fortunate men and women who have served us in uniform and that for many reasons have become displaced, homeless and living without basic health items each day. These students began a campaign to collect health and comfort items such as toothpaste, brushes, combs, soap, female hygiene products, shampoo and more throughout the second semester. They separated and placed $3500 of products into baggies, creating hygiene kits designed for men and women. The students also took the time to hand write personal notes and place them into each of the care packages thanking and expressing their gratitude for their service. The students wrote over 100 thank you notes to our displaced veterans. The care packages were then delivered to the local Veterans Community Project in Kansas City (VCP-KC). This organization helps our displaced veterans. The Veterans Community Project is responsible for many programs such as building the Tiny Home Community and providing assistance to help these brave men and women with necessities.

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