Join us for a special presentation on the topic of bullying and cyberbullying Wednesday, April 5, 6:30-7:45 p.m.
Share your adventures with Flat Husky on social media! Download and cut out Flat Husky here.
The Ritenour School District is planning its biggest party in 150 years! To commemorate this momentous anniversary, our district has planned many ways to celebrate our proud past, hopeful present and bright future.
Iveland Elementary teacher and Lead PBS Digital Innovator Chantell Mason was featured on the Nine Network for her innovative approach to teaching.
Candidates hoping to be elected to the Ritenour School District’s Board of Education are invited to participate in an informational candidate public forum.
Beginning with the 2017-2018 school year, students in grades K-12 in the Ritenour School District will see minor adjustments to arrival and dismissal times and the length of the school day.
Pieces of art from hundreds of Ritenour students in K-12 will be showcased in the Ritenour Art Show April 17-25 in the Ritenour Auditorium lobby and art gallery.
Plans for a new Ritenour football program for students in grades 2-8 are underway with the goal of starting in the fall 2017.
Flu season is hitting the St. Louis area very hard right now. Learn what steps Ritenour is taking to combat the flu and how families can help.
Ritenour School District’s founding principle of educating all children was clear the first year it formed as a district in 1867, when it became the first school district in the St. Louis area to educate African-American children.
First-grade students at Iveland Elementary had the unique opportunity to take part in a national Lego brick building contest put on by the National Association of Women in Construction.
9:00 AM - 11:30 AM Bookmobile