Lee's Summit R-7 School District

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This is an image of the board-approved elementary boundary map, effective for the 2019-2020 school year.

Detailed CFMP Boundary Maps Available for 2019-2020 School Year

The Lee’s Summit R-7 Board of Education approved boundary adjustments for the 2019-2020 school year at their December 13, 2018, meeting. We now have detailed, street level maps available on our CFMP website (elementary boundary map and secondary boundary map) that highlight the approved changes. These maps detail the new boundary grids by street and by neighborhood. In the coming weeks, we will also have our Transfinder address look-up tool available so that families can search specific addresses for 2019-2020 school year assignments.

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LS R-7 Board of Education votes to move forward with Comprehensive Facilities Master Plan, boundary adjustments

Lee’s Summit R-7 Board of Education approves recommendation to adjust boundaries and continue planning for Phase II work of Comprehensive Facilities Master Plan

At their regularly scheduled meeting on Thursday, Dec. 13, the Lee’s Summit R-7 Board of Education unanimously voted to approve boundary adjustments and move forward with Phase 2 recommendations in the Comprehensive Facilities Master Plan (CFMP) process. An additional recommendation amended the parameters to allow current 8th grade students, who have siblings in 10th or 11th grade, to submit a request to continue on to high school with their siblings.

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CFMP recommendations to be presented to the Board of Education

Thank you for your continued commitment to being engaged in our Comprehensive Facilities Master Plan (CFMP) process. We’re also extremely grateful for the work of our CFMP team, which has worked over the last five months to listen and form recommendations in our process.

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Comprehensive Facilities Master Plan – Release of Recommendations, Thoughtexchange and Engagement Series III

The Comprehensive Facilities Master Plan (CFMP) team has been analyzing all of the feedback we’ve gathered through our second engagement series. We’ve evaluated our second online survey, our in-person engagement series notes and our online feedback forms from each of the potential options.

On the CFMP webpage (www.lsr7.org/cfmp) you can now see our “Informal Solutions” online survey key takeaways and the in-person feedback from Engagement Series II. We’ve also posted the latest enrollment projection numbers, which are continuing to inform the phase one recommendations that will be released next week.

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Comprehensive Facilities Master Plan Update

Thank you to everyone who attended our first in-person engagement series for the LS R-7 Comprehensive Facilities Master Plan last week. Thank you also to everyone who completed our online survey. More than 500 people attended an in-person meeting last week. We also had over 4000 respondents to our “current needs” online survey!

Presentation materials and video streams from each night are posted on our CFMP webpage: www.lsr7.org/cfmp.

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Comprehensive Facilities Master Plan (CFMP) “Current Needs” Survey Now Available

This school year, we are engaging families, students, staff, and community members around the development of a new Comprehensive Facilities Master Plan (CFMP) for Lee’s Summit R-7 schools. During Fall 2018, we will ask community members about their priorities around short and medium-term solutions to meet current capacity needs in the district. We will also focus on our community’s long-term vision for developing learning environments that are available to all students and encourage future ready learning.

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