Diligence. Collaboration. Responsibility with high stakes. These are some of students’ takeaways on leadership after participating in the FBI’s Youth Leadership Academy. Listen to this episode of LSR7: Summit Up to hear Alexis Clark and Mia Forney from Lee’s Summit North High School and Arianna Nunez from Lee’s Summit West High School discuss this opportunity with Associate Superintendent of Academic Services Christy Barger.
LSR7 students received recognition as Semifinalists in the 2022 National Merit Scholarship Program.
An art teacher in LSR7 earned a commission to make art for the new Kansas City International Airport.
82.2% for bond (passed required 4/7 ths) (no tax rate increase)
$224 million (no tax rate increase)
- East Trails Middle School ($72 Million)
- Lee’s Summit High School renovations ($80 million)
- Middle school renovations ($25 million)
- Mason Elementary renovations ($16 million)
- Second early education center ($9 million)
- High school activity improvements ($19 million)
- Safety and security upgrades ($3 million)
An LSR7 high school student earned recognition at the national level of the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) business competition.
The 2020-21 Westside Girls dance team from Lee’s Summit West High School won a national championship at the Dance Team Union National Championship.
The COVID-19 challenges to education nationwide provided momentum in LSR7 to invest in online education and engage elementary students across Missouri.
With the construction of our new, fourth middle school and renovations to our three existing middle schools set to be complete by next summer, we are preparing for our upcoming 2022-23 transition to a grades 6-8 middle school model.
Two assistant principals/activities and athletics directors in LSR7 earned the highest possible board certification through the National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (NIAAA).