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Raytown High School Students Earn National Honors in the Lead2Feed Challenge
05/19/2017
Raytown High School students in the leadership student organization, Jay Crew, and their sponsor Josh Reichert have secured a $10,000 charity grant and $5,000 in technology products for the school by finishing in the top ten of 5,000 schools participating in a Lead2Feed Student Leadership project. Raytown High School is the only school in Missouri to place in the top 15 in the nation.
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Board of Education Wins State Award
05/19/2017
The Raytown C-2 School District Board of Education will be recognized by the Missouri School Board Association (MSBA) for achieving the 2017 Governance Team Award.
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Raytown Schools Wellness Center to Offer Swim Lessons, District to Offer Free Lessons to Incoming Second Graders
05/19/2017
The Raytown Schools Wellness Center will begin offering swim lessons to Raytown School District students in kindergarten through fifth grade beginning in June 2017. The District will provide free swim lessons to all incoming second graders who attend school in the Raytown School District.
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Raytown Teacher Recipient of the Carole Ann Ladd Legacy Scholar Award
05/17/2017
Westridge Elementary first-grade teacher Alejandro Schlagel was named the Carole Ann Ladd Legacy Scholar Award winner presented by Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art.
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Raytown South Students Win Local Art Contest
05/17/2017
Recently, two Raytown South students placed first and second in the Crazy Car Art Contest sponsored by Sci-Tech Automotive. Raytown South junior Morgan Vanross placed first and Raytown South sophomore Jacob Sharp placed second in the contest.
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High School Students Selected for the KC Scholars Program
05/12/2017
Students from around the District were selected for the first cohort of the Kansas City Scholars program (KC Scholars).
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High school attendance incentive drawings for a new car will take place this week
05/09/2017
The Raytown School District will hold its Attend to Win attendance incentive drawings at both high schools and all three middle schools over the next few weeks with the first announcement set to take place at 8:10 a.m. on Thursday, May 11 at Raytown South High School. Sophomores, juniors, and seniors at Raytown High School and Raytown South High School who have achieved an average attendance rate of 95 percent or higher will be entered in a drawing to receive a brand new Ford Focus. Middle school students will be entered into a drawing to win a one of three new bikes to be given away at each middle school.
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