Raymore-Peculiar East Middle School

EMS SOM SEPTEMBER 2017 web

September Students of the Month

Congratulations to the Ray-Pec East Middle School Students of the Month for September!

Sixth grade students in the front row, from left to right: Cayden Ballenger, Mackenzie Warinner and Tre Hill. Sixth grade students in the second row: Brayden Schulze, Serenity Smith, and Dorien Fredericks. Seventh grade students in the third row: Taylor Vandegrift and Bailey Roe. Seventh grade students in the fourth row: Ephraim Hoover, Vannessa Crisp, and Mason Daire. Eighth grade students in the fifth row: Cal Goddard, Addison Hansen, and Zak Naeem. Eighth grade students in the top row: Hannah York, Blake Oser, and Reece Fuller.

About our School


Raymore-Peculiar East Middle School is one of two middle schools in the Raymore-Peculiar School District for students in grades 6-8.
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Contact


Principal
Katie Campbell
katie.campbell@raypec.org

School Address


17509 E. State Rt. 58, Raymore, MO  64083
Ph: (816) 388-4000
Fx: (816) 388-4001

School Hours


Monday - Friday
7:35 a.m. - 2:50 p.m.
Early release: 11:50 a.m.

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Mission Statement


Partners in Learning

Vision Statement


Raymore-Peculiar East Middle School will provide an engaging environment that supports learning. We foster a climate that embraces the uniqueness of middle-level learners in a diverse culture while promoting promoting an interdependent community that is environmentally responsible.

Curriculum design


Innovation, Environmental, Sustainability, Energy, and Renewability were selected by the school’s curriculum writing team as the five big ideas that will serve as the framework of our curriculum design. The curriculum writing team’s purpose of encouraging environmentally literate and responsible students is achieved in a variety of teaching avenues all while emphasizing the unique, energy-conscious features of RPEMS.

We're a "green" building


Raymore-Peculiar East Middle School was recognized in the fall of 2012 as a LEED “Gold” certified building.  The Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green building rating system verifies that a building project is environmentally responsible and a healthy place to live and work. It is a nationally accepted, third-party certification program.