An LSR7 computer science/business teacher received the national Aspirations in Computing Educator Award from the National Center for Women & Information Technology.
LSR7 Nutrition Services has a plan for providing meals.
Forty LSR7 students earned honors in the Young Filmmaker Showcase through the Reel Spirit Film Festival.
Based in Kansas City and open to children worldwide, the film festival develops young filmmakers through inspiring creativity, critical thinking, and problem solving.
According to unofficial election results, current Board President Ryan Murdock was reelected to the Board of Education after receiving 30.21% of the vote. Candidate Rodrick Sparks was also elected to the Board after receiving 24.34% of the vote.
Ten student artists across the Lee’s Summit R-7 School District earned recognition for their excellence in the Missouri PTA Reflections contest, with two students winning their category to advance to the National PTA Reflections competition.
Our “Kindergarten Kick-off!” is now open.
A student from Lee’s Summit North High School received recognition as a future leader in the medical field.
Congratulations to Ms. Evonne Medrano, R-7 Online Academy teacher, who received our March Learning for Life Award.
Watch us surprise Ms. Medrano with the award, which she received for empowering all students to reach their potential, working to support inclusion and equity, and collaborating with colleagues.
In My Words: Quinton Nofziger is a junior at Lee’s Summit High School and Summit Technology Academy. Quinton won the Missouri Music Educators Association’s Electronic Music Composition Contest with his song “Is this ok??” (listen to the song at lsr7.org/quinton).
In My Words: La’Ray McKinley, a sophomore at Lee’s Summit North High School, read a Maya Angelou poem during the Feb. 17 LSR7 African American Read-in (watch the full program at lsr7.org/readin). La’Ray also plays basketball, performs with the step team, the Northside Steppers, and competes in track and field.