Ritenour schools have many wonderful performances planned for the holiday season. All performances are free.
Ritenour High School drama students are presenting the well-known tale, “A Christmas Carol,” at 7 p.m. Dec. 7-9 at Ritenour Auditorium.
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.
Beth Davey, Iveland Elementary’s music teacher and Ritenour’s 2017 Diamond Circle Teacher of the Year, has been named Missouri Teacher of the Year.
Ritenour students and staff members are making the holiday season happier for families in need throughout the district.
Ritenour School District voters overwhelmingly approved Proposition A in the Nov. 7, 2017 election. Unofficial results from St. Louis County indicate 2,269 voters (64 percent) supported Prop A, while 1,250 (36 percent) opposed it. A simple majority was needed for passage.
Ritenour schools are participating in an annual food drive coordinated by police chiefs and municipalities within the district from Nov. 6 through Nov. 17 for the Joint Charities Christmas Basket Program.
The Ritenour Pride & Promise Foundation awarded 11 grants totaling $15,169 to Ritenour teachers on Oct. 20 for special student learning projects.
Ritenour’s Communications & Community Services Department has been recognized with four awards for its outstanding creative and effective communications during the 2016-2017 school year by MoSPRA.
Ritenour High School students are charting their path to graduation by focusing on the three E’s – to enroll in college, to become employed in a career field, or to enlist in the military.
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM Iveland Winter Concert
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM Iveland PTO Meets