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Seven Lee’s Summit High School art students placed in a Raymore-Peculiar Studio Art Competition last month.
Fourteen total students competed in the competition and 24 additional students had their work accepted into the show.
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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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Thank you to those who completed our community telephone survey and/or online surveys relating to a potential Spring 2020 “no tax increase” bond issue. We are currently in the information gathering stage of preparing for an anticipated “no tax increase” bond issue and are working with Patron Insight to finish compiling the survey data. The first round of telephone survey topline data was presented to the Citizens’ Advisory Committee and the Board of Education this week.
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LSHS senior Darrias Pearsall and Tigers football coach Eric Thomas were featured on Fox 4’s morning show this week. Darrias and Coach Thomas talked with reporter Matt Stewart about the team’s new Riddell football helmets, which are equipped with sensors that allow coaches and trainers to monitor the impacts that players experience.
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Robotics teams at all three Lee’s Summit High Schools have once again qualified to participate at the World Championship competition this year in Houston, Texas, April 17-21. Last year over 15,000 students in grades K-12, from 25 states and 42 countries, and their custom-built robots, competed in this event with similar numbers expected this year. A second Championship will be in Detroit, Michigan, for even more students from the other 25 states and numerous countries.