FROM STAFF REPORTS As of December 13, Susan Edmonsond and Joyce Noah have filed to be candidates in the April 2, 2019, School Board election. To read full story PLEASE purchase the December 20 edition of the Raymore Journal. Advertisements
FROM STAFF REPORTS Each year, Special Olympics Missouri (SOMO) salutes those who have made significant contributions to the Special Olympics movement. To read full story PLEASE purchase the December 20 edition of the Raymore Journal.
Raymore-Pecuilar High School’s Ethan Holman has signed a national letter of intent to continue running cross country at the collegiate level. To read full story PLEASE purchase the December 20 issue of the Raymore Journal.
FROM STAFF REPORTS As part of our continuing effort to increase safety and security, the District plans to implement a new visitor management system after the winter break. To read full story PLEASE purchase the December 20 issue of the Raymore Journal.
FROM STAFF REPORTS On Dec. 7, the Mid-America Regional Council recognized 10 local projects as 2018 Sustainable Success Stories. To read full story PLEASE purchase the December 20 issue of the Raymore Journal.
FROM STAFF REPORTS Editor’s Note – This letter was printed last week and is being rerun this week because it incorrectly stated Belton in last week’s headline. It is actually written by Raymore. For decades the citizens in communities throughout Cass County have relied on the outstanding service provided by all five of the Public…
This past Saturday Saint Nicolaus visited Raymore and was kind enough to have cookies with kids in the area. Pictured with Santa are Liam Munson (left), the Webb brothers Alijah, Issac and Isajah (above) and Jacob (right).
Courtesy Photo Congratulations to the Raymore-Peculiar East Middle School Students of the Month for November! Front row, from the left (8th Grade): Lily Braswell, Peyton Koper, Aidan Luebbert, Tallie Scott, Rylee Stewart and Daniel Wink. Middle row (7th Grade): Isabel Chatfield, Elsa Hamberg, Kahlil (Tre) Hill, Aaryn McClendon, Anthony Michael and Bradyden Schulze. Top row…
Courtesy Photo Several Belton School District staff members were recently awarded their certification as LACE-trained administrators, educators, and counselors. LACE, the Leadership Academy in Character Education, held monthly meetings over the last year. Participants expanded their knowledge, skills, and attitudes to help transform their schools into true learning communities where character education is an essential…
From Staff Reports LEAVENWORTH, Kan. — The Raymore-Pecuilar High School wrestling team opened its season at the Leavnworth Invitational, where the team finished in third place with a xxx of individual champions. To read full story PLEASE purchase the December 13 issue of the Raymore Journal