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Public health officials have made clear that we have reached a point where we must take every precaution to minimize risk to students and staff and our larger local and global community. LSR7 Schools will close from Monday, March 23 to Friday, April 3, 2020. Click “Read More” for our March 16th announcement and visit our dedicated Novel Coronavirus webpage here.
LSR7 has a $224 million no tax rate increase bond issue and a Board of Election race on the June 2, 2020 ballot. If you need information regarding the issues the district has on the ballot, you may find it here lsr7.org/bond or https://lsr7.org/board-elections.
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We take our responsibility to ensure the safety of our learning environments seriously. As the district prepares to recess for spring break, we felt it was important to communicate steps we are taking and are prepared to take to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus and keep students and staff healthy and safe. Visit our Novel Coronavirus page.
Harmony Council,Lee's Summit High,Lee's Summit North,Lee's Summit West,LSHS,LSN,LSW,NCTE
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.
Pleasant Lea Middle,PLMS,robotics
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.
Educational Foundation,Foundation,Lee's Summit Educational Foundation,LS Educational Foundation,Taste,Taste of Lee's Summit,TOLS
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.
Daniella Archdekin,Ivy Liu,Josh Rehwaldt,National Merit
Congratulations to our 2020 National Merit Scholar Finalists! Lee’s Summit High School students Daniella Archdekin, Ivy Liu, and Josh Rehwaldt received a Certificate of Merit and will be considered for prestigious National Merit Scholarships.
Begnaud,Culver's,early childhood,GBEEC,Great Beginnings,pre-K,preK
This is the story of a boy, his love for his favorite restaurant, and the people who love him back.
Learning for Life,Lee's Summit West,LSW,Nancy Spatz,robotics,Trailridge Elementary
Hundreds of young engineers, both current students and alumni, have one person in common: Nancy Spatz.
The Lee’s Summit West technology specialist and robotics coach and February Learning for Life winner plans and teaches STEM camps, supports tournaments, runs the LSW robotics program and fosters robotics programs across the district, including Trailridge Elementary’s.