All-Electric Home arrives at Arts & Heritage Center after making way through Merriam, Mission. The Johnson County Museum’s All-Electric Home made its slow trek from Shawnee to its new home inside the Johnson County Arts & Heritage Center late Tuesday. Utility crews had to raise traffic light poles temporarily to allow the truck and house to pass. [Historic all-electric house moves to new Johnson County location — KCTV]
Report of weapon at SM East proves false. SM East administrators sent out a notice to parents Tuesday advising that a rumor about a weapon on the campus had proven to be inaccurate. SM East sent out the following information: “On Monday morning we received an anonymous bullying report concerning the possibility of a weapon on campus. SM East administrators along with the School Resource Officer responded immediately to address the situation. After a thorough investigation, it was determined that there was no validity to the report and no threat to student safety. While this report proved inaccurate, I want to assure you we will remain proactive, vigilant, and committed to providing a safe and secure learning environment for all students and staff. Thank you to our law enforcement partners for their support and keeping our community safe.”
Former Sutera’s in Westwood to become Conroy’s. Joyce Smith reports in The Kansas City Star that the former Sutera’s Restaurant space will become a Conroy’s Public House by late May. Sutera’s, in the Westwood Village Shopping Center on Rainbow, closed last September. Conroy’s also operates on 95th Street in Overland Park. [The Drawing Board Restaurant plans May opening and other retail updates – The Kansas City Star]
SM East student among KC SuperStar semifinalists. Tessa Worner, an SM East sophomore, is among the 24 students named semifinalists in this year’s KC SuperStar competition. [24 are named semifinalists in KC SuperStar competition — Kansas City Star]
Local legislators to discuss what’s next for schools and teachers tonight in Overland Park. NEJC Reps. Jarrod Ousley and Barbara Bollier will be among the participants in a panel discussion moderated by KCUR’s Sam Zeff tonight at Mass Ross Community Center in Overland Park about the future of public schools and teachers in Kansas. The event starts at 7 p.m. and is open to the public.
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