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Prepare for College at Two BSSD Fairs

college fair All interested high school students should plan to attend the two college fair events in September and October. Click the District Flyers link for more information.

News and Events

  • Whacky West Performance

    Daniel Young Elementary’s October third grade music program square danced to a full house of parents Thursday evening. The new DYE music teacher Mrs. Caton showcased the Whacky Whacky West theme with student skits, choreographed dance routines and six songs all of western style. Parents could donate to the PTA by signing up for a raffle to win a quilt of student choir participant handprints.

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  • Grandparents/Special Persons Day Participation

    The Blue Springs School District celebrated student grandparents and special persons on Friday, October 2. Each school determined the day of events for each grade with total district participation from all 13 elementary schools including Liggett Trail at 8,854 guests. Top attended schools were Cordill-Mason, Lucy Franklin, Voy Spears Jr., and James Lewis.

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  • BSSD’s Third Successful “Walk to School Day”

    For three consecutive years BSSD has supported health and wellness in an annual “Walk to School Day.” Parents, guardians and students were encouraged to participate in the walk following safe guidelines set by the district and also each school. Safe crossing areas were marked and staff and volunteers worked together to ensure those who choose to walk to school were kept safe.

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  • BSHS Class of 1965 Returns

    The Blue Springs High School Class of 1965 toured the Freshman Center as part of their reunion. Granite used to build the wall in the photo came from their class donations.

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  • Artwork Dedication a Community Effort

    Mark Krucke’s sculpture “Fortitude III” was dedicated at its permanent home this week in front of The Gale T. Bartow Administrative Center.

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