Ray-Pec East Middle School announces the first semester honor rolls for 2016-2017.
January 8th grade
Students of the Month
Ray-Pec East Middle School announces its eighth grade Students of the Month for January. In the front row, from the left: Zak Sammur, Vivion Nguyen, and Sydney Steinhurst. In the second row, fromthe left: Brooke Godsey, Josh Patterson, and Kyle Peters. In the third row, from the left: Anthony Whittemore and Aeryn Mitchell. In the top row, from the left: Adrian Delt, Matthew Franzen, and Kayla Hill. Not pictured: Sarah Armstrong.
January 7th grade
Students of the Month
Ray-Pec East Middle School announces its seventh grade Students of the Month for January. In the front row, from the left: Qasim Mahboob, Lauren Jermain, and Bailey Martin. In the second row, from the left: Emily Hall, Elijah Johnson, and Nolan Campbell. In the third row, from the left: Meredith Herrell, Kyla Link, and Hunter Diepenbrock. In the top row, from the left: Brayden Wiskur and Leneia Schroeder. Not pictured: Keegan Cowart.
About our School
Raymore-Peculiar East Middle School opened in the fall of 2010 and is the only middle school serving grades 7-8 in the Raymore-Peculiar School District.
In fall 2017, the District will change grade configurations, and middle school will include 6th grade. A second middle school will open.
17509 E. State Rt. 58, Raymore, MO 64083 Ph: (816) 388-4000 Fx: (816) 388-4001
Monday - Friday 7:25 a.m. - 2:40 p.m.
Partners in Learning
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.
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.