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Some clouds this morning will give way to generally sunny skies for the afternoon. High 53F. Winds SSW at 5 to 10 mph.
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South Middle Jazz Band at Penn Valley Jazz Festival

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The Raytown South Middle School Jazz Band played well at the Penn Valley Jazz Festival.  The band received a 1 or “Superior” rating, the highest possible honor bands can receive.

Outstanding Musicianship Awards went to TaMiya Strickland on Alto Saxophone and Jaime Tonasket on Tenor Saxophone.

“This is a huge accomplishment,” Director of Bands Brenda Kueck said.

Over 45 middle school, high school, and college jazz ensembles from Kansas, Missouri, and Colorado took part in the 3 day festival.

Muffins with Mom at Little Blue

Little Blue Elementary students enjoyed“muffins with mom” on April 19th.  The festivities concluded Little Blue’s spirit week which included days such as wacky hair day, pajama day, hat day, and Relay For Life Jeans Day.

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Raytown High Students win award

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Raytown High School’s Family, Career, and Community Leader of America (FCCLA) group participated in Region 14 Students Taking action with Recognition (STAR) events on Tuesday, February 5. 

Josie Friebohle (left) and Rebekah Walker-Main (right) received a Gold rating for their Environmental Ambassador Event concerning technology recycling at RHS. These students will represent Raytown High School at FCCLA MO State Leadership Conference in April this year.  Raytown High’s FCCLA is led by Family and Consumer Sciences Teacher, Theresa Delich.

 

* RaytownOnline apologizes for being tardy in publishing this story.  A group of emailed press releases went to the wrong folder and were overlooked until now.