Lee's Summit Parents As Teachers
For those entering kindergarten and above - LSR7 is offering Summer Learning Institute. See the flyer for more information.
LSR7 Portrait of a Graduate Project
Lee’s Summit R-7 School District has collaborated with students, parents, community members and internal stakeholders to create our Portrait of a Graduate project. Led by Dr. David Sharp, Assistant Superintendent of Secondary Education, and Dr. Jennifer Kephart, Assistant Superintendent of Elementary Education, the group agreed upon competencies that we want our students to have. These characteristics that our schools will help instill in our students are essential skills needed to be ready for future successful endeavors upon graduation. All contributing to our #R7FutureReady atmosphere.
The group created these five competencies that contribute to a Portrait of a Graduate: Contributes Globally, Thinks Innovatively, Builds Positive Relationships, Practices Resilience, Pursues Life Balance. A new section of our website details the characteristics that encompass these competencies. On the website, you can see the characteristics, practical applications and research that contributes to the whole portrait of what we want our graduates to leave us with.
As our leaders and staff members begin to engage with these competencies in our schools, we will be continuing to connect with our students to incorporate these traits into our work.
Technology and your kiddo
Are you on our waiting list?
Parents as Teachers recommends one developmental screening per school year for your child. If you are on our waiting list, we will offer you the availability to have a developmental screening. If your child is 3 or older, we ask you call 816-986-2486 to schedule a DIAL screening. If your child is under 3, please call 816-986-2471 to discuss scheduling an ASQ screening for your child. The DIAL is done throughout the year and we are offering the ASQ on April 23 an 24.
If you have questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at 986-2480.
Take a walk in nature, stopping to wonder, to ask questions, and use a field guide to see if you can answer those questions.
Plan (and go on) a picnic and try to include something that starts with different letters of the alphabet.
After a soaking spring rain, dig out the boots (or some old shoes) and jump in the puddles!
Build a town out of empty cereal boxes, blocks, or Legos, then talk about who might live in each house
Make a tree from construction paper, then write all the things that make you special on leaves to add to the tree.
Save The Date
We are planning something fun for your family in collaboration with Lee's Summit Parks and Recreation.
More details to come soon!
Calling all PAT families past and present:
We would like to share testimonials of how PARENTS AS TEACHERS has positively impacted YOUR child/parenting/family.
We will share these impact statements with our local legislators who make critical decision on Missouri Parents as Teachers funding each year. You can tell your long story or just send us a quick statement, we will be thrilled to share on your behalf.
You can send your story to email@example.com