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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.
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Art students from LSW, LSHS, and LSN had 90 minutes to create artwork on the spot in a district-wide competition last week at Lee’s Summit High School. The “Art Olympics” also included a “Manning Williams Best of Show Award” to honor recent LSHS retiree, Manning Williams, an art instructor at Lee’s Summit High for 32 years and the founder of the Art Olympics. Congratulations to all Art Olympics winners. Pictures is Best of Show winner, Vy Nguyen with Mr. Williams.
LSR7 is proud to celebrate our school counselors during National School Counseling Week, February 2nd through 7th. Our counselors are integral to making sure each student is prepared for success in life, both during their time in school and after they graduate.
Our counselors partner with students, families and teachers to make sure students have the academic, postsecondary and social-emotional support they need to thrive in school and after graduation.
Our LSR7 students shared what school counselors mean to them.
Applications for absentee voting are available from your election board with some boards offering absentee ballot applications online and others requesting that you make your request by mail. Please check with your election board to determine how to request your ballot. Requests for an absentee ballot must be received in the election board offices by 5 p.m. May 20 for the June 2 election.
To vote on June 2, you must be registered by March 11. Individuals may register to vote in any future election at any city hall, public library or license bureau as well as the election board offices. More information about voter registration is available by selecting the webpage for your election board or by contacting them via telephone.