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Lee’s Summit CARES Seeking Input

Lee’s Summit CARES Seeking Input

January 18, 2014

Lee’s Summit CARES is seeking input from local youth and adults who live within the Lee’s Summit city limits or the Lee’s Summit R-7 School District.

You may participate by completing the organization’s safety survey available at http://www.lscares.org/safetysurvey.htm. T

he information from this survey, conducted every three years, is used to determine parenting classes, anti-bullying classes and prevention programs in the community.

All replies are anonymous, and the survey closes Jan. 31. If you complete the entire survey (including the optional questions), you may enter to win a gift card. The survey should take between five to 10 minutes to complete, and there is a separate version for youth from sixth through 12th grade.



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