Jette Williams, Max James and Miles James, all students at Summit Ridge Academy, were recently selected to perform at the Teen Fringe Festival, scheduled for July in Kansas City.
Sixth-graders at Lee’s Summit Elementary learned lessons about fine dining etiquette during a May 21 visit to Third Street Social in Downtown Lee’s Summit. The sixth-graders walked from school to the nearby business where they sampled restaurant cuisine and learned tips related to restaurant dining from the Third Street Social staff members.
The Lee’s Summit Kiwanis Club recently donated $500 to Great Beginnings Early Education Center with funds benefiting children in the Head Start program. The donated money will purchase books for the preschoolers to take home.
Cheryl Gillespie was named the Lee’s Summit R-7 Learning for Life Award winner for May. She is a business services specialist at the Stansberry Leadership Center.
Summit Technology Academy students capture top awards at Engineering Design and Development/Biomedical Showcase and Competition
Students from Summit Technology Academy captured awards at the annual KCSTEM Alliance/Project Lead The Way, Engineering Design and Development (EDD) and Biomedical Innovations (BI) Showcase and Competition, held April 25 at Union Station.
Lee’s Summit R-7 School District middle schools recently recognized their April Students of the Month. Students of the Month are recognized based on outstanding citizenship, conduct, attitude and school involvement.
Lee’s Summit R-7 School District middle schools recently recognized their March Students of the Month. Students of the Month are recognized based on outstanding citizenship, conduct, attitude and school involvement.
Cara Cha, a student at Lee’s Summit High School, has been selected for the 2018 High School Honors Performance Series at Sydney Opera House. She will perform in July with the Honors Orchestra. Participation in the Honors Ensembles is limited to the highest-rated high school performers from across the world.
Kindergarteners at Highland Park Elementary recently worked together to spread kindness to those who serve others as part of the school’s annual Day of Service.
Third-grade students at Cedar Creek Elementary spent the day learning about day-to-day life in Colonial times as part of Living History Day, held May 16. The morning included a wax museum session with students and teachers dressed in Colonial garb. Each student also gave a short speech about a Colonial trade.