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Pleasant Lea Middle School High 5 Award Winners

Pleasant Lea Middle School High 5 Award Winners

Pleasant Lea Middle School announces High 5 Award winners for the months of Feb., March, April and May. The High 5 Award was designed to promote academic excellence among students of PLMS. Lee’s Summit Medical Center presents each student with a Paradise Park gift card, and Mazuma Credit Union presents the students with a gift card for Sonic.

May High 5 Award winners

The Social Studies Department at Pleasant Lea Middle School selected the High 5 winners for May. Winners are (from left) Isaac Stout, Most Improved Seventh-grader; Maggie Upp, Outstanding Seventh-grader; Destin Jones, Most Improved Eighth-grader; and Kennedy Guenther, Outstanding Eighth-grader. Janette Miller (center), PLMS principal, presented the students with their awards. The school’s Partners in Education, Lee’s Summit Medical Center and Mazuma Credit Union, sponsor the award. The High 5 Award was designed to promote academic excellence among students of PLMS. Lee’s Summit Medical Center presents each student with a Paradise Park gift card, and Mazuma Credit Union presents the students with a gift card for Sonic.

April High 5 Award winners

The Practical Arts Department at Pleasant Lea Middle School selected the school’s High 5 winners for April. Winners are (from left) Harryson Hernandez-Salcedo, Most Improved Seventh-grader; Elaina Twenter, Outstanding Seventh-grader; Colton Huffman, Most Improved Eighth-grader; and Michael Gannon,  Outstanding Eighth-grader. Janette Miller (center), PLMS principal, presented the students with their awards. The school’s Partners in Education, Lee’s Summit Medical Center and Mazuma Credit Union, sponsor the award. The High 5 Award was designed to promote academic excellence among students of PLMS. Lee’s Summit Medical Center presents each student with a Paradise Park gift card, and Mazuma Credit Union presents the students with a gift card for Sonic.

March High 5 Award winners

The Physical Education Department at Pleasant Lea Middle School selected the school’s High 5 winners for March. Winners are (from left) Annissa Davis, Most Improved Seventh-grader; Tori Garrett, Outstanding Seventh-grader; Davisen Childs, Most Improved Eighth-grader; and Braden Allee, Outstanding Eighth-grader. Janette Miller (center), PLMS principal, presented the students with their awards. The school’s Partners in Education, Lee’s Summit Medical Center and Mazuma Credit Union, sponsor the award. The High 5 Award was designed to promote academic excellence among students of PLMS. Lee’s Summit Medical Center presents each student with a Paradise Park gift card, and Mazuma Credit Union presents the students with a gift card for Sonic.

February High 5 Award winners

The Fine Arts Department at Pleasant Lea Middle School selected the school’s High 5 winners for February. Winners are (from left) Jonah Cowden, Most Improved Seventh-grader; Kaylee King, Outstanding Seventh-grader; Michael Park-Madel, Most Improved Eighth-grader; and Jovana Tica, Outstanding Eighth-grader.  Janette Miller (center), PLMS principal, presented the students with their awards. The school’s Partners in Education, Lee’s Summit Medical Center and Mazuma Credit Union, sponsor the award. The High 5 Award was designed to promote academic excellence among students of PLMS. Lee’s Summit Medical Center presents each student with a Paradise Park gift card, and Mazuma Credit Union presents the students with a gift card for Sonic.

Optimists recognize elementary Super Citizens

Optimists recognize elementary Super Citizens

LS R-7 Board of Education approves reductions in several student fees for 2017-18

LS R-7 Board of Education approves reductions in several student fees for 2017-18