December 24, 2020

Championship Banner

The Raymore-Peculiar High School football team unveiled its 2020 Class 6 state championship banner Sunday night inside the Ray-Pec gymnasium.

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‘Tis season for 2020 “Shop With A Cop”

‘Tis the season for giving. The Raymore Police Department continued its tradition of giving local children in need of a helping hand with an extra boost just before the holidays.

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People of Belton “Pay It Forward”

In a difficult year, we are thankful for the kindness and generosity demonstrated by so many citizens of the city of Belton, Missouri. It is an encouragement we can all use to recall a few of the good works demonstrated in just the last month.

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Belton at Ray-Pec basketball postponed due to COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic which is overtaking much of the world currently has officially hit the Cass County High School 2020 winter sports scene.

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Ray-Pec Public School Foundation awards grants

The Ray-Pec Public School Foundation on Dec. 11 awarded 19 Classroom Impact Grants, totaling $10,359, to teachers across the district. Many of the grants will provide hands-on experiences for students. Some examples include sewing machines, Instant Pots, a slab roller for ceramic projects, and musical instruments. Superintendent Dr. Mike Slagle, Foundation Executive Director Jodie Huston, Board Member Rich Bartow, and Foundation Secretary/Treasurer Pam Steele made the surprise presentations. To minimize the group size, presentations were made in the school foyers. See a list of all grant awards

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