The Blue Valley School District has transformed what used to be First Family’s megachurch into the Hilltop Campus. On Monday, members of the PTA and Parents as Teachers got a sneak peek of the facility during a playgroup. Two-year-old Dade Lo (from right) of Overland Park; his mother, Sandra Lo; 3-year-old Parker Smith and his mom, Amy Smith; and Gavin Beardsley, 4, played in the sandbox.
The Blue Valley School District has transformed what used to be First Family’s megachurch into the Hilltop Campus. On Monday, members of the PTA and Parents as Teachers got a sneak peek of the facility during a playgroup. Two-year-old Dade Lo (from right) of Overland Park; his mother, Sandra Lo; 3-year-old Parker Smith and his mom, Amy Smith; and Gavin Beardsley, 4, played in the sandbox. Jill Toyoshiba The Kansas City Star
The Blue Valley School District has transformed what used to be First Family’s megachurch into the Hilltop Campus. On Monday, members of the PTA and Parents as Teachers got a sneak peek of the facility during a playgroup. Two-year-old Dade Lo (from right) of Overland Park; his mother, Sandra Lo; 3-year-old Parker Smith and his mom, Amy Smith; and Gavin Beardsley, 4, played in the sandbox. Jill Toyoshiba The Kansas City Star

Blue Valley School District turns megachurch into a children’s campus

July 31, 2014 12:00 AM

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