Students from Mason Elementary School in Lee’s Summit were announced Wednesday as winners of the grand prize of the Battle of the Brains competition during an awards ceremony at Union Station. The competition is sponsored by Burns & McDonnell. The students, winners of $50,000 for their school, celebrated on stage with their gifted education teacher Jenny Reidlinger (back row in blue); Greg Graves (far left) of Burns & McDonnell; and George Guastello (far right) of Union Station. The students designed a “Not So Simple” playground that will be built outside at Union Station.
Students from Mason Elementary School in Lee’s Summit were announced Wednesday as winners of the grand prize of the Battle of the Brains competition during an awards ceremony at Union Station. The competition is sponsored by Burns & McDonnell. The students, winners of $50,000 for their school, celebrated on stage with their gifted education teacher Jenny Reidlinger (back row in blue); Greg Graves (far left) of Burns & McDonnell; and George Guastello (far right) of Union Station. The students designed a “Not So Simple” playground that will be built outside at Union Station. Tammy Ljungblad tljungblad@kcstar.com
Students from Mason Elementary School in Lee’s Summit were announced Wednesday as winners of the grand prize of the Battle of the Brains competition during an awards ceremony at Union Station. The competition is sponsored by Burns & McDonnell. The students, winners of $50,000 for their school, celebrated on stage with their gifted education teacher Jenny Reidlinger (back row in blue); Greg Graves (far left) of Burns & McDonnell; and George Guastello (far right) of Union Station. The students designed a “Not So Simple” playground that will be built outside at Union Station. Tammy Ljungblad tljungblad@kcstar.com

High fives as Mason Elementary in Lee’s Summit wins third Battle of the Brains

November 18, 2015 10:57 AM