Ray-Pec has new tip line
The Raymore-Peculiar School District has established Quick Tip, a new system that allows students, staff, parents or community members to relay concerns about bullying and other potential safety issues.
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Students and parents are also welcome to continue contacting school officials directly.
To submit a safety or bullying report using Quick Tip, go to
, click on the yellow link and complete the information requested. Tipsters have a choice to remain anonymous.
“It’s helpful to share specific information such as a detailed description of the concern or incident, names and grade levels of those involved, location of concern, names of any potential witnesses, and any supporting evidence,” the district said in a news release. “The district will follow up on each report.”
The district said anyone who makes a false report would be subject to disciplinary action.
Lincoln is a 2014 Gold Star School
Lincoln College Prep is one of eight high-achieving public schools designated as Gold Star Schools by the state of Missouri.
The program, which aligns with with the federal Blue Ribbon Schools program, is designed to identify schools that perform at a high academic level or perform at a high level while serving a significant number of disadvantaged students.
Lincoln, part of the Kansas City Public Schools, was the only Gold Star School in the Kansas City area.
New principal for Buckner Elementary
Karen Hile will take over in late July as principal at Buckner Elementary School, the Fort Osage School District announced.
Hile has been an administrative intern since 2012 at Blue Ridge Elementary School in the Raytown distrct and held the same position for a year at Norfleet Elementary. She early taught elementary school in the Raytown and Kansas City districts.