Education with Distinction



  • Welcome to the Blue Springs School District website. To view each individual school webpage, click the "Select a Site" drop down menu above. 
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Did You Know?

W.E.E. Bus The W.E.E. Learning Bus brings education and technology to the community. A roaming computer lab with 20 computer stations, Wi-Fi, printer and a flat screen TV for group instruction, the W.E.E. Learning Bus travels to various schools by day and can be found in local neighborhoods at night. On any given evening you may find a student receiving tutoring help, a senior adult learning to navigate the computer, a high school student prepping for their ACT, or an adult seeking assistance on their resume. Visit the W.E.E. Learning Bus calendar for dates when the bus will be near you.

News and Events

  • Female Students Meet with Local Engineers

    Blue Springs High School held an Engineering lunch for female students Friday during Wildcat hour. Female students interested in careers in engineering, computer science or related fields were able to meet with several local professional engineers, including BSSD graduates.

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  • Pie in the Eye

    Some lucky Freshman Center students had the task of pressing pies into the faces of the school’s administrative team Friday morning. The school earned the right by meeting a HOSA fundraising goal in the fight against Leukemia and Lymphoma.

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  • District Spelling Bee Decided in 16th Round

    The Blue Springs School District’s Spelling Bee was decided in the 16th round Tuesday night when Chapel Lakes Elementary fifth grader Ashley Cooper correctly spelled the word “anklet.” Ashley and runners-up Sophia Zarrillo of Lucy Franklin Elementary and Carter Medina of Cordill-Mason Elementary took the top three spots in the competition that featured the top spellers from our 17 elementary and middle schools. Each building winner will compete in the Mid-Continent Division Spelling Bee on February 7 or 21.

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  • BSSD Featured in EdTech magazine

    The Blue Springs School District and its commitment to classroom technology is featured in the latest issue of EdTech magazine. Read more at

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  • MRMS Student's Book Cover Wins Contest

    Moreland Ridge Middle School eighth grader Isabella Hake chosen the Price Chopper 2014-15 Bag Your Own Book Contest winner for the Kansas City area. The contest is open to grades K-8 and involves students designing their own book covers for a chance at a donation to their school library and a party for their classroom. Isabella’s design of The Beatles’ “Anthology” was the top selection among 9,500 entrants. Representatives from Price Chopper visited the school Wednesday to present Isabella with a framed version of her book cover and a check to the MRMS library.

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BSSD Announcements

  • Kindergarten Enrollment
    Thursday, February 26 from Noon to 7:00 p.m.
    Friday, February 27 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
    Visit your resident elementary school site to enroll.
    Please bring the state issued birth certificate, complete immunization records,  and proof of residency.
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  • Ready, Set, Off to Kindergarten
    Tuesday, February 24th at 7:00 p.m.
    Cordill-Mason Elementary
    4001 Christiansen Rd
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  • President's Day 
    School is closed Monday, February 16
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  • Spring Sports Parent Informational Meeting
    When: Sunday, March 1st at 7:00 p.m.
    Where: Your home high school Performing Arts Center
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  • Activities Dead Period For Summer 2015 

    June 27-July 5, 2015 – summer dead period for all activities and sports

    July 27-31, 2015 – dead period for fall sports before practice begins

    Sunday, Aug. 2, 2015 – Mandatory parent meetings at both high schools for fall sports

    Monday, Aug. 3, 2015 – First day of fall sports practices

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  • Current BSSD Calendar 
    2014-15 Calendar in PDF format

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  • Bus Drivers Needed - click here to apply
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