December 17, 2020

Ray-Pec Cares takes step in helping educators

Supporting and appreciating educators has always been important for a community, and that is especially true during the holidays, let alone the holidays during a pandemic.

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Belton City Council approves Final Development Plan Phase 3

BELTON, MO – The Belton City Council approved the Final Development Plan for Phase 3 and the Final Plat for Phase 4 of the Traditions Subdivision. The approved plats will add 95 new housing units to the subdivision.

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Belton promotes Lt. John Baker to deputy director, emergency management

BELTON, Mo. – Belton City Manager Alexa Barton recently announced the promotion of Lt. John Baker to deputy director, emergency management for the city.

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Applications available for Ray-Pec off-site programs

Applications for Cass Career Center (CCC), Summit Technology Academy (STA), and Southland CAPS (SCAPS) are now available for the 2021- 2022 school year. For program information, please visit their website or make an appointment to speak with Counselor Laurie Cantrell in the 10-12 counseling office at Ray-Pec High School.

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Panthers reminded to deal with taste of defeat

For the first time in the past few events the athletic boys of Raymore-Peculiar High School were forced to taste the bitterness of defeat this past week.

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