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Talent Show Rescheduled to March 8

By Rebekah Panek   The talent show originally scheduled for the first of March, which was pushed back due to snow days, is now set for Thursday the eighth at 6 p.m. The talent show includes many different acts ranging from singing, to dancing, to comedy. Last year Jenell Johnson won first place, signing Opportunity by Read More

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Summer School Options and Enrollment

By Jillian Jamaleddin   With enrolling for next school year as a priority right now, some students may find taking summer school classes is in their best interest. If this is the case, students can enroll now until  March 16 at 3 p.m. or during the second enrollment window, which is from April 2 to May Read More

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Lee’s Summit Hosts Black History Month Exhibit

By Rhayla Huff    Beginning Saturday, February 3, 2018, the Lee’s Summit History Museum will be hosting an event in celebration of Black History Month from 12-3p.m. This will be an opportunity for visitors to find out and highlight the African Americans from 1865 until 1965. The exhibit is a collaboration between museum volunteers, Wanda Read More

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Lees Summit North’s First Ever Blacklight Blowout

By Rebekah Panek   Tonight at nine o’clock after the boys basketball game against Ray Pec High School is the Blacklight Blowout. This year instead of doing the regular courtwarming, student council has decided to change to an informal clothing party like atmosphere.   One of the main things that has changed besides the clothing is the Read More

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Dr. Meisenheimer Wins 2018 Missouri High School Principal of the Year

By April Cowan Dr. Jeff Meisenheimer was announced 2018 Missouri High School Principal of the Year. This is the third time Dr. Meisenheimer has won an award for being an outstanding principal. In April 2017 he was awarded Principal of the Year and in 2010 he was given the Assistant Principal of the Year. Both Read More

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Looking Listening and Learning: Superintendent’s 100 Day Report

By Marin Carey At the end of November Dr. Dennis L. Carpenter, the LSR7 district’s new superintendent, released a report of his experience getting to know Lees Summit’s learning community titled “Looking, Listening and Learning”. In the report he talks about his experience touring many of our schools, meeting with community leaders and doing volunteer work. Read More

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Students Prepare for Upcoming Finals

By Savannah Henslee   First semester finals are next week.  The first final is Friday, Dec. 15 and it is the third hour final. Students are studying and teachers are trying to help students prepare for their upcoming finals.            There are multiple different study habits that can be used by students. Students have multiple styles Read More

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Lee’s Summit Schools Take On Finals Week

By Rebekah Panek    Finals week is quickly approaching. Students know this because in every class teachers have been mentioning the finals schedule for the last few weeks of school.   The North finals schedule is third hour final on Friday, first and seventh on Monday, second and sixth on Tuesday, then fourth and fifth hour Read More

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Young Writers’ Camp

By Savannah Henslee   Duke University in North Carolina offers multiple summer programs for high school students and some for middle school students as well. One of the many programs they have is the Young Writers’ Camp. This camp provides classes for different styles of writing. It’s focus is to help develop better writing skills. They Read More

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Helping Out Harvesters

By Rebekah Panek   Harvesters is an organization that gives back to families in need. Their mission is to feed hungry people today and work to end world hunger tomorrow. Harvesters serves a 26 county area of northwestern of Missouri and and northeastern Kansas.   Every year groups and families go into Harvesters and donate their time. Read More

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