Blue Springs R-IV School District

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  • Welcome to the Blue Springs School District website.  This site is our transition site.  Our new site will go "live" later this fall.  Please stay tuned for updates and additional information.  We look forward to our new website providing easier access to the most frequently sought information and the ability to personalize the site to provide you with the information you need/want the most. 
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News and Events

  • Wildcats Girls Take Team, Individual State Golf Titles

    The Blue Springs High School girls golf team had visions of rain wiping out their effort at the Class 2 Missouri State Championship Tournament. Instead, the Wildcats made history. The team captured the first-ever individual and state championships in school history, topping the field with a combined round of 363 in a tournament shortened to a one-day affair due to rain. The Wildcats were leading midway through the first round Monday before inclement weather forced golfers off the course, wiping out that round and shortening the tournament to a one day. The Cats continued the momentum on day two with senior Mariah Peters leading the way with a 3-over-par 75 to pace the field. She finished her career as a four-time state medalist. Sophomore Mady Acres also earned all-state honors with a 12th-place score of 85. Jailyn Marshall shot 92, Jordan Marshall finished at 111 and Cassie Cloninger shot a round of 121. Blue Springs South’s lone entry, Brooke Howe, placed 76th at 109. “We were really bummed when the first day was canceled,” Wildcats coach Jill Courter said. “From what we could tell, Mariah was in the lead being even par after 9 holes and the team was in a great plac,e too. So we regrouped and decided that we had been winning one day tournaments all season, so let’s go do the same at this one. Mariah Peters winning the individual title was icing on the cake. I honestly couldn’t be more thrilled for her. She has worked so hard and has dedicated her life to her golf game. She’s a true leader to this team and each and every girl.”

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  • Great Turnout for College Fair

    The Blue Springs School District had a great turnout at its College Fair on October 7. Visitors were able to speak with several local and state college representatives.

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  • Walk to School Day

    Parents, students and staff took to the streets this morning on Walk to School Day. Groups of students joined up in their neighborhoods and took a walk to school.

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  • Guests Highlight Grandparents'/Special Persons' Day

    Students and staff had some very special additions to their classrooms and schools Friday on Grandparents’/Special Persons’ Day. Guests and students participated in various activities and ate lunch together. One of this year’s highlights was Moreland Ridge Middle School holding its first ever Grandparents’ day

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  • Students Named to KC District Choir

    The following students were chosen to the 2014-15 Kansas City District Choir: Blue Springs High School: Jordan Bush, Rachel Harris, Harper Palmer, Lexi Poindexter, Chandler Rowley, Catie Josselet, Mackenna Kemp, Max Hill, Chris Vasquez, Alex David, Zach Eisenreich, Stephen Elmore, Blue Springs South High School: Mariam Azimi-Tabrizi, Katy Cooper, Baylor Messey, Rylie Schweitzer, Austin Reed, Connor Uptegrove, Christopher Bueno, Daniel Eaton, Adam Gentry, Jacob Gowan, Jeffrey Leckbee.

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