Austin Clowes, the son of Darrel Clowes and Janice Ragain of Lee’s Summit, has been named to the dean’s list of Macalester College for academic achievement during the spring semester of the 2012-2013 school year.
Summit Christian Academy’s musical theatre students will perform Herbie and the Good News Garden at 11 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. June 21.
Two Summit Christian Academy students were recently honored at the annual Cappies Awards Gala held at Grandview High School.
Lexi Stiers of Lee’s Summit will compete as a state finalist in the National American Miss Missouri pageant Aug. 10 in Columbia.
Lee’s Summit High School National Honor Society will host a summer blood drive from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. June 21 in the school’s cafeteria, 400 S. E. Blue Parkway.
R-7 Facilities Services staff members working on the veranda included from left, Chad Turner, Ken Ruehling, Randy Gammon and Dave Taylor. Not pictured are Mark Haskamp and Jason Nau.
During the early months of the 2012-13 school year, staff members at the historic Longview Farm Elementary noticed that the school’s rod-iron veranda was in need of significant repair.
Students recognized are from left, are Sarvani Mandapati, Jeffery Scarbrough, Abbey Thomas and Josh Cline.
Sarvani Mandapati, Jeffery Scarbrough, Abbey Thomas and Josh Cline were recently selected for the Bernard Campbell Middle School Be the Change Award.
Varsity cheer members include back row, from left, Sydney Miller, Stacie Chatman, Kylie Taylor, Tori Haas, JeKayla Curtis, Matthew Hall, middle row, from left, Elle Willis, Megan Finneseth, Hayley York, Rachel Carnes, Chima Okafor, Rylie Michael, Lina Gutierrez, front row, from left, Anna Hadley, Amy Danaher, Chloe King, Alecea Stricklin, Ashton Dobson, Alyssa Camacho and Jasmine Okafor.
Members of the Lee’s Summit West High School varsity cheer squad recently launched a summer book study focusing on Sean Covey’s “7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens.”
A Lee’s Summit senior has recently been named winner of the Siemens Merit Scholarship.
Summit Christian Academy recently held graduation for the class of 2013.
Lee’s Summit resident Rhett Matthew Bouvia has been named to the Dean’s Honor Roll for their work in the spring 2013 semester, a distinction given to those who achieve the highest academic standards.
Elementary student winners of the March Optimist Super Citizen Award were recognized recently at Lee’s Summit R-7 grade schools.
Woodland Elementary students and staff members, with the help of two local businesses, recently raised close to $5,000 to benefit Jonas Borchert, a Lee’s Summit High School student battling cancer.
Sunset Valley Elementary Student Council recently coordinated a school-wide fundraiser resulting in a $2,600 donation to the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation.
Elementary student winners of the April Optimist Super Citizen Award were recognized recently at Lee’s Summit R-7 grade schools.