Harmony Council,Lee's Summit High,Lee's Summit North,Lee's Summit West,LSHS,LSN,LSW,NCTE
This week, 21 students from all three LSR7 high schools performed their own poetry, essays and stories, as well as those written by other African American writers, for a crowd of a hundred at the first ever NCTE African American Read-in in LSR7.
art,art contest,Kaylee King,Lee's Summit High,LSHS,Ra’Niya MacNeal,UCM,University of Central Missouri,Whittington
Congratulations to Ra’Niya MacNeal, Destiny Whittington and Kaylee King for their art recognition at the University of Central Missouri’s 2020 Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Reception. Their artwork was submitted in December and judged by the Warrensburg Main Street Arts Committee. This year’s contest theme was “From Dream to Reality: The March Continues.”
Annabelle Franke,Deanna Soukup,Derick Worthley,Dylan Huff-Wolford,Ethan Payne,Girls Who Code,JT Gentry,Kyaira Boughton,Kyle Spies,LSHS,LSW,virtual reality,VRoKC,Wade Smith,Zoey Sears
LSR7 high schoolers recently participated in the VRoKCs international Virtual Reality Hackathon, an event that required students to use problem-solving and teamwork skills to create innovative Virtual Reality projects that help solve a real world problem.
Lee's Summit High,Lee's Summit North,Lee's Summit West,LSHS,LSN,LSW,Newsweek,STEM
All three Lee’s Summit R-7 high schools were recognized in Newsweek’s Top 5,000 STEM High School 2020 rankings this year.
The rankings were generated by Newsweek and STEM.org and included data from nearly four years of school.
Alyssa Eyre,BCMS,Bernard Campbell Middle,Brendan LeMaster,broadcasting,Campbell,Ethan Pack,film,Hope Kelsey,Kenny Taylor,Lee's Summit Educational Foundation,Lee's Summit High,Leila Potocnik,LSHS,Milo Johnson,PEAK grant,Student Television Network
Film and broadcasting students from two LSR7 schools were honored in the Student Television Network competition, in which students have six days to create videos without the help of their teachers. The students received topics to build their ideas around via social media.
Lee’s Summit High School students Alyssa Eyre and Hope Kelsey took third place in the high school short film competition
Bernard Campbell Middle School students Milo Johnson, Ethan Pack and Leila Potocnik received an honorable mention in the middle school music video category.