A group of students from Northwest Missouri State University visited Ray-Pec last week to learn more about the District's programs to support students in the areas of behavior and special education.
The on-site visit tied into one of their college special education courses. The University brought 26 Juniors to attend a rotation of one-hour sessions at Ray-Pec schools.
Rotations included visits to: Raymore Elementary School, the Compass classroom at Bridle Ridge Elementary School, the Success Academy alternative program for grades K-8, East Middle School to learn about supports at the middle school level, and a lunch panel with district administrators.
The partnership and visits helps the Northwest students learn more about Ray-Pec, and could lead to future special education teacher candidates from Northwest.