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LSR7 Nutrition Services has a plan for providing meals.
Blake Horner-Ogle, a Lee’s Summit North High School student and cadet in Air Force Junior ROTC Unit MO-952, is one of just 230 cadets worldwide picked to receive a competitive scholarship.
The Board of Education held a special Jan. 14, 2021 meeting to determine whether LSR7 students in grades 7-12 who have chosen to learn in-person should shift out of virtual learning starting on Monday, Jan. 25, 2021.
Congratulations to Ms. Kim Berkstresser, special education teacher at Pleasant Lea Middle School, who received our January Learning for Life Award.
FoodService Director magazine featured LSR7 Nutrition Services as the January 2020 Foodservice Operation of the Month.
Ms. Evonne Medrano, R-7 Online Academy teacher at Woodland Elementary, received the Educator of the Year award through The Latinx Education Collaborative (LEC).
At a special Board of Education meeting on Jan. 5, Board Members determined that all LSR7 students in grades pre-K through 6 who have chosen to learn in-person this semester will attend in-person classes full-time starting on Monday, Jan. 11, 2021.
Mr. Jesse Griffin, girls cross country and track coach at Lee’s Summit West High School, has been inducted into the Missouri Track and Cross Country Coaches Association Hall of Fame.
When you hear the phrase “outstanding teacher,” who comes to mind? You may want to nominate this person for the Lee’s Summit Chamber of Commerce Excellence In Teaching/R-7 Teacher of the Year Award. All community members, parents, and patrons are invited to nominate.