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Helping MDC with Trout Stocking

Students from the Ray-Pec High School Enterprise & Design program are helping the Missouri Department Conservation improve the process for stocking Johnston Lake in Raymore with rainbow trout.

The students are developing a proposal for the MDC to use a quicker process that will reduce stress on the fish during the stocking process. 

The Ray-Pec E&D students are Brynn Elkins, Caleb Dula, Ryan Canon, Ethen Reddel, and Jesse Simpson. 

On Nov. 9, MDC stocked Johnston Lake with 900 rainbow trout. Read more about the trout stocking project.

Ray-Pec E&D is a half-day program through which students earn credits in English, science, social studies, and/or business, while working on real-world projects. #aschoolofchoicerp

Students repair car for donation to veteran

Four students in the Raymore-Peculiar High School Enterprise & Design program are fixing up a car for future donation to a veteran or first responder. The project is in partnership with the Cars 4 Heroes non-profit organization in Kansas City.

The students working on the car are: Malachi Carver, Kessler Richard Bunger, Aiden Churchwell, and Jake Walsh.

Malachi said that all four students like to work on cars and like the idea that this car will likely go to a veteran. The project is especially meaningful to them because their teacher, Darrick Gray, is a U.S. Army veteran.

Dr. Kristel Barr, Director of Secondary Education, said that the Ray-Pec E&D program allows students to earn credits in several courses while working on real world projects. Juniors and seniors are eligible to enroll in the half-day program, which is located at the Ray-Pec Academy building. Next school year, the program will be located at the new LEAD Center at M-58 and Foxridge Drive. #aschoolofchoiceRP

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Arrowhead Stadium visit

The Ray-Pec Enterprise & Design team of coaches visited Arrowhead Stadium to view the finishing steps of a project by Turner Construction Company. Turner Construction is one of the businesses partnering with RP E&D to provide a client-connected project focusing on design thinking and building students' essential skills. They gave the E&D team the opportunity to visit a project at the beginning and end stages to experience a real-world project in action.

From left to right: Sarah Renfrow, Colter Schacher, Darrick Gray, Keegan Garner

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