The Ritenour School District is now collecting post-graduate information for the class of 2022. Please take the survey by Feb. 15, 2023.
New York Times bestselling children’s author Tami Charles treated Wyland Elementary K-2 students to a special read-aloud of one of her new books.
In December 2022, the Ritenour School District hosted meetings at each elementary and middle school to seek feedback that will help the district to re-draw elementary and middle school attendance boundaries.
Students at the Ritenour School for Early Childhood Education enjoyed listening to a read aloud by two local authors on Jan. 10 while being taped for a Make A Difference segment on KSDK-Channel 5.
Families with children entering kindergarten this upcoming fall in the Ritenour School District will not want to miss Ritenour’s important Kindergarten Kickoff Feb. 23.
Since the summer of 2020, many projects have been completed, including new and resurfaced parking lots, energy-efficient lighting upgrades, brick tuckpointing, replacement of playground pads and HVAC replacement and updates.
A career fair held on Dec. 20, 2022 at Ritenour High School gave seniors the opportunity to get a jump on their future.
Lindsy Garcia, a senior at Ritenour High School, earned a full scholarship to her first-choice, highly selective college, Washington University, as a QuestBridge Match Scholar.