Jaelyn Roberson, who just finished eighth grade at Summit Lakes Middle School, was involved in a variety of extracurricular activities, including theater, Summit Lakes Singers and the cheer squad. She received recognition as a SLMS Student of the Month.
The district will adopt new 2021-22 bell times and move late-start Wednesdays to Fridays to help district mitigate the impacts of an anticipated bus driver shortage this year.
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The Lee’s Summit R-7 School District has approved a letter of intent to purchase Paradise Park, the amusement park and family fun center located at 1021 NE Colbern Road.
The Lee’s Summit West High School tennis program finishes this year as among the best in the state.
Two students from the Summit Technology Academy advanced to the national SkillsUSA competition in June.
Journalism students from Lee’s Summit High School earned regional honors through Journalism Educators of Metropolitan Kansas City.
Student athletes from Lee’s Summit High School and Lee’s Summit West High School earned top honors at the state track and field championship through the Missouri State High School Activities Association.
The LSR7 Innovation Track continues to save LSR7 students money and time as the program reaches record enrollment.
High school robotics students across LSR7 earned top regional honors.
A student from Lee’s Summit North High School received recognition for leadership from the FBI.