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As Ritenour plans to transition to Phase 2 of its Return to Learning Plan for students in January 2021 for the second semester, we wanted to give families the opportunity to choose for their student(s) either a full virtual learning option or the hybrid in-person option for the remainder of the school year.
Beginning this year, Ritenour will not be required to make up days when school buildings are closed due to unexpected short-term closures such as inclement weather, illness or utility outages. Instead, the district will implement an Alternative Methods of Instruction (AMI) Plan on these days.
Due to the record-breaking increase in positive COVID-19 cases and transmission rates in our region, as well as an increasing number of quarantines of Ritenour staff and students, we will not be able to return to Phase 2 in-person learning for grades 4-8 and selected high school students on Nov. 23.
As part of the national 2020 Kids Voting USA, Ritenour School District students elected Joseph Biden as president of the United States.
Ritenour residents interested in filing candidacy for the Ritenour Board of Education election on April 6, 2021, may do so beginning at 8 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 15, 2020.
The Ritenour School District is hosting a pre-candidate information session at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 3 in the lobby of the Ritenour Auditorium.
Alexis Jamerison, a Marion Elementary fourth grade Ritenour Virtual Academy teacher, is Ritenour School District’s 2020 Emerson Excellence in Teaching Award recipient.
Ritenour School District Coordinator of Professional Learning Evelyn Gilliam received the School Library Advocate of the Year Award from the Greater St. Louis School Librarians, an affiliate of the Missouri Association of School Librarians.