Summer Learning Institute,summer program,summer school
Allison Salamone,Kameron Robinson,Lee's Summit High,Lee's Summit North,Lee's Summit West,LSHS,LSN,LSW,MASSP,Megan Carlson,Missouri Association of Secondary School Principals,Missouri Scholars 100,Molly Wooster,Sierra Nyquist
Seniors from each of the LSR7 high schools were honored by the Missouri Association of Secondary School Principals in the 2019 Missouri Scholars 100 program. The seniors include:
- Megan Carlson, LSN
- Sierra Nyquist, LSHS
- Kameron Robinson, LSN
- Allison Salamone, LSW
- Molly Wooster, LSW
Albert Johnson Jr.,Ken Davis,Laurie Schwab,LSHS Hall of Fame,Lynn Olive,Warren Brown
Five distinguished alumni will be inducted into the Lee’s Summit High School Hall of Fame on April 13, 2019, at Lee’s Summit High School. Alumni being honored for the 2018-2019 school year are Warren S. Brown – class of 1958; Ken Davis – class of 1962; Albert Johnson Jr. – class of 1967; Lynn Olive – class of 1967; Laurie M. Schwab – class of 1987.
Conversation,second home,student video,The Conversation in LSR7
From “I think that kids should be able to, when they come to school, clear their minds and be able to get prepared for the things that are upcoming” to “we should bring the community in to see how our schools are going and what we are learning” to “this school is like my second home,” our students share what they expect in the conversation. Hear more of our students’ thoughts in our “Conversation Series.”
Lee's Summit Journal,Lee's Summit Mayor's Character Breakfast,Lee's Summit North,LSN,Mindy Haesemeyer,Morgan McGurk
Lee’s Summit North High School sophomore Morgan McGurk was recognized at the 16th annual Lee’s Summit Mayor’s Character Breakfast for her quality of character through her service to family and community. Morgan received the award for responsibility. Her story is featured in The Kansas City Star, Lee’s Summit Journal edition.
Mindy Haesemeyer, LSN’s Student Council adviser, has worked closely with Morgan this year on the group’s student-focused initiatives.
“I admire Morgan’s kindness and compassion for others,” Haesemeyer said. “She truly cares for her peers, and advocates for all students to feel welcome in our building and community.”