Raymore-Peculiar School District News

Oct. 28, 2022

In this issue:

  • Prize Patrol
  • Calendar

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Above: Students at Ray-Pec Academy are surprised by funding from the Ray-Pec Public School Foundation. Academy students will use the money to help pay for special projects. Below: Digital Learning Teacher Melissa Kelch received grant funds to purchase STEAM kits for students in all grade levels at Bridle Ridge and Peculiar elementary schools.

Prize Patrol awards more than $15,000

The Raymore-Peculiar Public School Foundation Prize Patrol on Oct. 26 presented $10,016 in grant awards. The Prize Patrol also surprised students at Ray-Pec Academy with $5,000 in funding for special projects.

The grant awards will be used for a variety of items including STEAM kits, knife safety classroom kits, laminated world/US desk maps, books, an inclusive bounce house, and supplies for the Robotics Team.

See pictures and descriptions of all of the grant awards here:

Fall 2022 Foundation Impact Grants

At right: Shull Early Learning Center Principal Dr. Mary Shatford and members of the Shull Building Leadership Team received a $750 grant to purchase an inclusive bounce house.

Calendar reminders:

  • No school on Monday, Oct. 31.
  • No school on Tuesday, Nov. 1, to allow for staff planning and collaboration.
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