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Cass County high school sports teams are back in practice

The sporting world around the country is slowly crawling back into action across the country and the state of Missouri High School ranks are no different with most high schools across the state getting back into action this past week with the beginning of practice for fall sports teams beginning this past Monday.

To read full story PLEASE buy the August 13 edition of the Raymore Journal.

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Photo yard signs displayed on grounds for 2020 graduates

A photo yard sign of each 2020 senior was displayed on the high school grounds. You are invited to stop by the high school to pick up your 2020 Senior’s photo yard sign, if you haven’t already. Signs will be available from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. until Aug. 14.

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Harrisonville district rolls out back-to-school plan

Following approval at last week’s Board of Education meeting, the district sent families information on back-to-school plans for this year. The first day of school will be Monday, August 24 and parents have the choice of in-person or virtual learning for their children.

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Bus ride presents ‘LIFETIME THRILL’ for kindergartner

A Raymore-Peculiar Summer School kindergarten student realized that he would never get to ride a bus because his mom is a teacher. This has been bothering him all Summer School. Apple Bus Company, the school district’s transportation provider, had a bus show up after school Tuesday to give Easton Curtis and his mom, Monica Curtis, a quick bus trip. The first picture is Easton being called to the bus line. He even received a bus care package from Apple Bus as a souvenir. Words cannot quite express the happiness of a five-year-old boy who loves buses.

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Ray-Pec sets goal of improving air-quality inside its schools

As part of a continuing effort to implement health and safety measures as we approach the start of school, the Raymore-Peculiar School District is implementing ways to improve indoor air quality for staff and students.

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Ray-Pec registration process includes learning choice

A report shared Thursday night with the School Board showed that 4,298 Ray-Pec students have registered for the 2020-2021 school year with the desire to return to school in person. See the report to the Board

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Missouri voters expand Medicad

Primary elections were held on Tuesday, Aug. 4. Raymore voters decided who will be on the ballot in November, as well as voted on two city issues and one statewide Medicaid expansion issue. Of the nearly 70,000 registered voters in Cass County, nearly 22,000 ballots were submitted, less than one-third.

To read full story PLEASE buy the August 6 edition of the Raymore Journal.