LS R-7 teachers, students honored by local Daughters of the American Revolution

// Posted By Janie Rohlfing

Several Lee’s Summit R-7 School District teachers and students were honored Feb. 3 by the Prairie Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution at a celebration held at John Knox Village.

Tavish Whiting, Lee’s Summit North High School American government teacher, was named the chapter’s Outstanding Teacher of American History. He will now compete for the Missouri Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Outstanding Teacher.

Reagan Klehr of Lee’s Summit North High School and Catherine Elizabeth Klingsick of Lee’s Summit High School both received the DAR Good Citizen Award.

Kay Rader, a teacher at Sunset Valley Elementary School, was recognized by the chapter for supporting the DAR Coupon Project.

Pictured at the ceremony are (from left) Prairie Chapter Regent Betty Taylor, Catherine Elizabeth Klingsick, Reagan Klehr, Kay Rader and Tavish Whiting.

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