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This is a picture of students participating in the 2018 Freeze Out.This is a picture of students participating in the 2018 Freeze Out.

Lee’s Summit All-High School Smart Program to host annual ‘Freeze Out’ to benefit local Lee’s Summit charities

Tiger Smart, Bronco Smart and Titan Smart will participate in their annual “Freeze Out” from 5 to 9 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 6 in front of Lee’s Summit High School.

Students will remain outside for four hours. During this time, they will collect clothing, especially coats and winter apparel, to be donated to local charities. ​Community members are encouraged to drop off their donations at the school’s Building A south entrance, near the tiger head.

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LSN students help teach UWE students resistance strategies during Red Ribbon Week.

Lee’s Summit North students bring Better Education about Resistance Strategies to elementary students

Senior Ally Lawrence has spent the past month preparing for Red Ribbon Week, when members of Lee’s Summit North’s Bronco SMART club visit feeder elementary schools to promote their Better Education about Resistance Strategies (BEARS) program to keep kids drug and alcohol free.

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Lee’s Summit All-High School Smart Program to host annual ‘Freeze Out’ to benefit local Lee’s Summit charities and the​ ​​​Shoes for Orphan Souls ​program​

Tiger Smart, Bronco Smart and Titan Smart will participate in our annual “Freeze Out” from 5 to 9 p.m. Dec. ​7​ in front of Lee’s Summit High School.

Students will remain outside for four hours. During this time, they will collect clothing, especially coats and winter apparel, to be donated to local charities. This year ​an additional focus will be on collecting  donations of ​new or gently used shoes as part of the Shoes for Orphan Souls program. ​Community members are encouraged to drop off their donations at the school’s Building A south entrance, near the tiger head.

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