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Fifth grader Joel Miles, a student at Eagle Glen, won the Cass County Spelling Bee on March 5. He will represent Cass County at the Scripps National Spelling Bee March 25-31 in Washington, D.C. Participants in the Cass County Spelling Bee on March 5 included, from left: Sarah Kimsey, 7th grade, Belton School District; Runner-up Samuel Cheslik, 6th grade, Cass County Home School; Champion Joel Miles, 5th grade, Ray-Pec School District; Evan Filer, 6th grade, Harrisonville School District; and Rachel Wilhoit, 6th grade, Pleasant Hill School District.
3-on-3 Basketball Tournament
The March Madness 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament is scheduled from 6 to 8 p.m. March 27, at the south high school gym. Gather a team of 3-4 players and pay the entry fee of $15. Turn in your entry to Principal Randy Randolph by March 24. Proceeds from the entrance fees will benefit the Make A Wish Foundation. Tournament entry
Preparing for 6th grade band
Current 5th graders have the opportunity to try the band instruments and to participate in band in 6th grade. Students can try the instruments during the school day on March 31 at Eagle Glen. Band directors will work with students to find out which instrument is a good fit for them.
After students try the instruments, band directors will recommend which instrument(s) were the best fit. The recommendation will be distributed to parents April 2-4. After students have had an opportunity to consider different instruments, families are invited to attend Instrument Rental Night on April 8 at Eagle Glen Intermediate School. Ray-Pec partners with Palen Music Company. Palen offers a variety of high quality instruments in several price ranges.
Students will receive their first lesson on April 9, 10, or 11 during the school day. This lesson will include instruction on correct assembly of the instrument, how to make the first sounds, and how to use the band book.
Ray-Pec offers a summer band camp for new band students. More information about band camp will be available soon.
Ray-Pec High School Seniors Noah Baird (pictured above) and Kaleb Schuler recently taught basic computer programming to some sixth graders at Eagle Glen. As part of the Cerner Scholars Program, and through a partnership with Cerner and GE, Baird and Schuler presented two different lessons, and taught basic programming to the students in less than an hour. The sixth graders loved the lessons, and asked if the boys could return to teach them some more. The intent of the lessons was to generate interest in programming and computer science among younger students.
5th grade Students of the Month
Eagle Glen Intermediate School announces its fifth grade Students of the Month for February. The character trait was compassion. In the back row, from left, are: Cloey Pritchard, Guinness Taylor, Izabella Kelley, and Xavier Williams. In the front row, from left, are: Hunter Hatfield, Kayla Cea, Jordyn Jones, and Payton Ballinger.
6th grade Students of the Month
Eagle Glen Intermediate School announces its sixth grade Students of the Month for February. The character trait was compassion. In the back row, from left, are: Luke Hill, Peyton Balfour, and Jaylin Haggard. In the front row, from left, are: Alani Delce, Dylan Hardy, and Sha’Kiya Anderson. Not pictured: Aubrey Creek and Sterling Swank Gray.
2013-2014 Eagle Glen calendar
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