to the Ray-Pec instrumental music students who competed in the Missouri
State High School Activities Association Solo/Ensemble Contest April 26
at the University of Missouri. Ray-Pec received Superior ratings for 23
events and Excellent ratings for eight events.
These students received a One (Superior) Rating for their event:
Will Whelan-mallet solo; Jack Renfro-tenor sax solo;
Katie Hatfield-trombone solo; Kit Leonard, Austin Coop, and Daichi
Tadokoro-mallet trio; Logan Jungman-tuba solo; Nicolas Wilson-French
horn solo; Connor Berry, Will Whelan, Austin Coop, and Daichi
Tadokoro-mallet quartet; Collin Ryser, Ed Whelan, and Logan Jungman-tuba
trio; Daichi Tadokoro-mallet solo; Sawyer Bletscher-tenor sax solo;
Brandon Jungling-trombone solo; Vernon Howard-alto sax solo; Mallory
Pearson-timpani solo; Kit Leonard-mallet solo; Nic Wilson, Katie
Hatfield, Rebecca Scott-mixed brass trio; Addie Schwartzman, Mara
Beedle, Jordan Butler, and Logan Jungman-clarinet quartet; Connor
Berry-timpani solo; Austin Coop-mallet solo; Luke Randolph-timpani solo;
Elizabeth Daugherty-piano solo; Codey Hass-clarinet solo; Daichi
Tadokoro-timpani solo; and Nick Lanza, T.J. Stephens, and Katie
The following students received a Two (Excellent) rating for their event:
Erin Bua, Collin Ryser, and Emily Jordan-flute trio; Emily Jordan-flute
solo; Zhandri Brendenhand, Elizabeth Smallwood, and Dominique
Williams-clarinet trio; Rebecca Scott-trumpet solo; Taylor Byrnes-alto
sax solo; Noah Goodwin, Morgan Purvis, Reed Heinrich, and Tommy
Renfro-mixed brass quartet; Connor Berry-mallet solo; and Cameron
Ray-Pec High School students brought home many awards from the Northern Cass County Transition Annual Job Olympics April 12, at High Blue Wellness Center. Special Education students competed in a variety of job-related events.
Senior Zach Brewer received a certificate and medal as recipient of the Logan Gray award. Students nominated for this award must show exemplary school spirit and character. Ashley Brewer won a gold medal in the Job Application event and a silver in the Hostess competition. Jeffrey Golden won a bronze medal in Computer. Brandon Richards won gold in Car Detailing. Emily Bradley won bronze in First Aid; and silvers in the Hostess, Pet Care, and Interview categories. Alex Sutton won gold in Place Setting. Gregory Saelens won gold in First Aid. Ryan Ketay won gold in the Host category. Daniel Rashaw won bronze in the Application event. Shyann French won gold in the Computer Letter, Application and Interview events. Shyann won silver in the PowerPoint and Custodial events. Logan McCoun won gold in the Custodial event and silver in the Computer Letter event. Joshua Lindsay won gold in Stocking Shelves and bronze medal in Car Detailing.
The Ray-Pec High School Scholar Bowl team
placed second in the District Tournament on April 13 at Lee's Summit
High School. From left to right: Delaney Swanson, Derek Hockett, Mathew
Keith, Drew Geer, Justin Mooney and Alex Demers.
In special education, transition refers to the movement of a student
with special needs from high school to adult life. In order to make this
move as successful as possible, a family needs a “road map”. Transition
services can help provide this guide. The transition process involves
the education team working with students to determine goals for life
beyond high school, and also helping to decide what services and agency
connections may be needed in order for them to meet those goals. Transition Resource Handbook
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Steven Miller, Principal, (816) 892-1402
Ryan Gooding, Associate Principal, (816) 892-1406
Mark Cook, Assistant Principal, (816) 892-1407
Jerry Edson, Assistant Principal, (816) 892-1555
Jeanne Kuhlman, Assistant Principal
Tom Kruse, Activity/Athletic Director, (816) 892-1410
South High School:
20801 S. School Rd.
Ph: (816) 892-1400
Fx: (816) 892-1401
North High School:
20501 S. School Rd.
Ph: (816) 892-1550
Fx: (816) 892-1551
Monday - Friday
7:25 a.m. - 2:41 p.m.
Monday - Friday
7 a.m. - 4 p.m.