Principal Jeff Meisenheimer took the lead on dressing up the halls of Lee’s Summit North High School when students complained they were too “institutional.” The school has been adding student photographs, school colors and slogans around the campus to support school spirit.
Principal Jeff Meisenheimer took the lead on dressing up the halls of Lee’s Summit North High School when students complained they were too “institutional.” The school has been adding student photographs, school colors and slogans around the campus to support school spirit. rpulley@lsjournal.com
Principal Jeff Meisenheimer took the lead on dressing up the halls of Lee’s Summit North High School when students complained they were too “institutional.” The school has been adding student photographs, school colors and slogans around the campus to support school spirit. rpulley@lsjournal.com

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