Bernard C. Campbell Middle School
A days (Mondays and Thursdays): 7th grade – art or music; 8th grade – PE
B days (Tuesdays and Fridays): 7th grade – PE; 8th grade – art or music
Important Documents and Links:
Meal Delivery: As of Monday, Nov. 30, 2020, new routes will be added to the district’s meal distribution program. This change will help make our delivery window shorter to support virtual learning needs of our students. Adding new routes won’t change our existing locations, but it will impact our drop-off times.
We encourage all families to use our district search tool to review new time estimations to pick-up Nutrition Services meals. Please remember this is an estimated time and actual times may vary. We recommend arriving at the drop-off location 10 minutes prior than the time listed.
As a reminder, meals are delivered Monday through Friday at our designated bus stop locations after 11 a.m. Meals may also be picked up curbside at Lee’s Summit High School, Lee’s Summit West High School and Lee’s Summit North High School from noon to 1 p.m. daily.
These services will continue from Monday, Nov. 30 through Dec. 22, 2020. On Dec 22, the Nutrition Services team will pack meals for Dec. 22-25 to send home with families. There will be no meal service Dec. 30 – Jan 1. We will resume on Jan. 4 with the same schedule.
As a reminder, our meals are free for all children 18 and under in our community. Parents and/or students may pick up meals from the bus stops. Students need not be bus riders or an LSR7 student to receive meals. Parents may pick up for other families and one student may pick up meals for their siblings.
Again, please access updated information on our Meal Distribution location search tool. Questions and clarifications should be directed to the Transportation Department at (816) 986-4BUS (4287).
At its regularly scheduled meeting on Thursday, Nov. 19, 2020, the Board of Education voted 6-1 to shift PreK-3 students into a virtual learning mode from Monday, Nov. 23 until Monday, Jan. 11.
The Board and district administrators will convene on or around Jan 4 to review data from November and December to determine if students may return to in-person learning on Jan. 11. If data does not support the return, elementary virtual education will be extended until a target return date of Jan. 25.
The Board’s decision this evening does not impact the plans approved for our grades 4-12 learners on Tuesday night. Grades 4-12 will transition to a virtual learning model on Monday, Nov. 23 and remain in that model through Jan. 21, 2021 with a target return date of Jan. 25. As we shared with you earlier this week, the learning model for grades 4-12 will be reevaluated on or around Jan. 14, 2021.
R-7 Online Academy’s specific schedules for our online students are not impacted by either board decision this week and current learning plans remain unchanged.
The district’s recommendation to move all students to a virtual environment follows a sharp increase in our district’s COVID-19 data in a short period of time. This data reflects a significant rise in cases in our local community, which is experiencing what public health officials are calling “uncontrolled” levels of transmission.
For the entire explanation from District, please visit the main website HERE.
New Important Resource for Help: Please check out our LSR7 Community Resource Guide for guidance and contacts available here (cut and paste please) http://lsr7.org/wp-content/uploads/LS-R-7-Community-Resource-Guide
Natalie Holder (last names A-D)
Colleen Schieber (last names E-M)
Sheryl Fender (last names N-Z)