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Lee’s Summit Educational Foundation’s 22nd annual Race for the Future brings runners and volunteers together to support students

Race for the Future, a 5K run/walk on October 13, raised over $55,000 to benefit the Lee’s Summit Educational Foundation and the Carrie Foresee Memorial Scholarship Fund. Nearly 950 runners and walkers registered for the 5K event and another 140 participated in the Kid’s Dash or registered as Dream Partners.

Approximately 100 volunteers assisted with the Race. Race results, including times for all runners and walkers, are available at the Lee’s Summit Educational Foundation’s website at www.lsedfoundation.com. Results and race photos may also be viewed at www.runsignup.com.

Westview Elementary won the prize for highest percentage of participation by staff and students, winning a traveling trophy and $1,000 grant from the Foundation. Sunset Valley Elementary came in second, winning a traveling trophy and $500 grant from the Foundation. Woodland Elementary received third place honors and a $300 classroom grant and Hazel Grove and Pleasant Lea Elementary Schools tied for fourth place, each winning a $250 classroom grant.

Race day support through the Friends of the Foundation program was provided by: Jane and Bob Rutherford, CCR Roofing, JE Dunn, Larry and Trish Frevert, Bob and Marlese Gourley, Major Saver, McCownGordon Construction, Paradise Park, Tingle Flooring, CBIZ, CEAH Realtors, GEHA, Chris and Audra Storms, Metcraft and George K. Baum & Company.

Race day concessions were generously provided by Farmer Brothers Coffee, Hy-Vee, LaMar’s Donuts and Panera Bread. Special thanks for in-kind gifts from Freestyle Graphics, Lead Bank, Bodies Health & Fitness, Rockhill Orthopaedic Specialists and Mark Curp Running & Fitness.

The Lee’s Summit Educational Foundation is a non-profit, 501c3 organization established in 1993 to raise and manage resources to expand and enhance educational opportunities for LSR-7 students and staff. For more information, please contact the Foundation Office at 816-986-1015.

Anti-Discrimination

In accordance with the provisions of the Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990, Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (as amended), Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, P.L. 93-112, and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the regulations thereunder, it is the policy of the Lee’s Summit R-7 School District that no person shall, because of age, sex, race, disability, or national origin be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity of the District, including the employment of staff personnel. Written district policies concerning the rights and responsibilities of employees and students are available for inspection at the Stansberry Leadership Center (R-7 Administrative Offices), located at 301 NE Tudor. Inquiries by persons about their protection against discrimination under The Americans With Disabilities Act, Title IX, Title VI, or P.L. 93-112 and the Section 504 may be directed in writing or by telephone to: Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources Lee’s Summit R-7 School District 301 NE Tudor Road Lee’s Summit, MO 64086 (816) 986-1000