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Lee’s Summit R-7 Board of Education approves recommendation to adjust boundaries and continue planning for Phase II work of Comprehensive Facilities Master Plan
At their regularly scheduled meeting on Thursday, Dec. 13, the Lee’s Summit R-7 Board of Education unanimously voted to approve boundary adjustments and move forward with Phase 2 recommendations in the Comprehensive Facilities Master Plan (CFMP) process. An additional recommendation amended the parameters to allow current 8th grade students, who have siblings in 10th or 11th grade, to submit a request to continue on to high school with their siblings.
Naval Academy,Rep. Graves,Riley Nofziger,Sam Graves
U.S. Representative Sam Graves, (MO-06), announced that Riley Nofziger of Lee’s Summit would be receiving a nomination to the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland. Each year, members of Congress are tasked with selecting qualified students from their respective districts to attend one of America’s prestigious military academies.
Hazel Grove Elementary,Learning for Life,Michelle Lisle
Congratulations to Michelle Lisle, Hazel Grove Elementary kindergarten teacher, for winning the December Learning for Life Award. The award is presented to one employee each month and rotates between elementary certified, secondary certified and support staff. Winners are nominated by co-workers and selected by a team of employees.
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Thank you for your continued commitment to being engaged in our Comprehensive Facilities Master Plan (CFMP) process. We’re also extremely grateful for the work of our CFMP team, which has worked over the last five months to listen and form recommendations in our process.
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Students from all three of Lee’s Summit high schools earned special designations at the Missouri Youth in Government state convention the last week of November.