An LSR7 student artist earned national recognition for her artwork from Educating for American Democracy.
Three students from Lee’s Summit North High School and Lee’s Summit West High School received recognition for leadership from the FBI.
The Lee’s Summit R-7 District Board of Education met July 22, 2021, and approved the employment of Chrissy Symes as director of the Lee’s Summit Educational Foundation, effective Aug. 1.
LSR7 families now have the opportunity to enroll their children for the 2021-22 school year. Through the district’s online enrollment, families are able to complete registration from any location with Internet access. The PowerSchool Registration enrollment portal is open until Aug. 3.
The Lee’s Summit R-7 School District’s Board of Education voted Tuesday, July 13, 2021 not to terminate the teaching contract of Pleasant Lea Middle School staff member Joe Oswald.
One year after 82.2% of voters approved LSR7’s $224 million no tax rate increase bond issue, the investments are taking shape.
Ms. Christa Battaglia, Purchasing & Distribution Services Coordinator, has worked in LSR7 for eight years.
LSR7’s Summit Technology Academy is receiving national attention for developing the next generation of leaders in the aerospace industry.
Mr. Matt Good, the LSR7 2021 Teacher of the Year, earned recognition as a Kansas City Regional Teacher of the Year.
Three students from Lee’s Summit High School earned regional recognition in Kemper Teen Arts Council’s art exhibition.