School Board recognition
The School Board on April 16 recognized Peculiar Elementary for being selected to receive the Rita Blitt Kindest School award. The award is part of Synergy's 25th annual Kindest Kansas Citian awards celebration. School Board Vice President Ruth Johnson, at right, is pictured with Teacher Tammy Novak, Counselor Latasha Robinson, and Principal Rob Weida.
Peculiar Elementary was selected as the 2015 recipient because of the school's programs and efforts that create an environment that promotes kindness, tolerance, respect and learning. This award is given to one school each year in the Kansas City metropolitan area that exemplifies a kind culture, builds strong character and works to improve the community. The school will be recognized at an awards celebration May 8 in Kansas City. Synergy Services provides services to individuals and families in crisis.
Synergy Services announced on April 8 that Peculiar Elementary School has been selected as "Kansas City's Kindest School!" You can read about the award here: http://www.synergyservices.org/
You can read an essay and view a video submitted to Synergy about the school:
Kindest School Essay
Kindest School Video
Honored for self-control
Peculiar Elementary School announces the students honored for exhibiting the March virtue of self-control. In the front row, from left to right: Kailen Ruth, Sebastian Owen, Layla Wiggins, and Shaun Clapp. In the middle row: Londyn McCale, Jayden Peek, Brooklyn Kelley, and Sophia Biondo. In the back Row: Shelbi Franklin, Micha Lovelace, Clayton Gillihan, Sam Haddad, and Alex Green. Not pictured: Avery Blake and Elizabeth Barnaby.
Principal Rob Weida
201 E. Third St.
Peculiar, MO 64078
8:45 a.m. - 3:45 p.m.
Ph: (816) 892-1662