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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.
Candidates hoping to be elected to the Ritenour School District’s Board of Education are invited to participate in an informational candidate public forum.
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.
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.
During the week of Jan. 22, Ritenour joins communities from across Missouri in honoring the dedicated service of boards of education during School Board Recognition Week.
Seven candidates filed for the Ritenour Board of Education election that will be held on April 4.
Ritenour students and staff members are making the holiday season happier for families in need throughout the district after collecting more than 18,000 nonperishable food items and turkeys.
As part of the national 2016 Kids Voting USA, Ritenour School District students elected Hillary Clinton as the first female President of the United States by a huge margin over opponent Donald Trump. On the homefront, Eric Greitens was elected as Missouri Governor by Ritenour students in a close race with opponent Chris Koster.