Ritenour schools have many wonderful free performances planned for the 2019 holiday season.
College Bound features Ritenour students and families as they overcome obstacles to be accepted into top universities in the country.
Ritenour will be upgrading the surveillance at each school this semester by purchasing 90 new cameras to ensure consistent coverage throughout the district.
Using information from the 2018-2019 school year, Ritenour remains fully accredited. This is the expectation of the community and remains our commitment.
Ritenour residents interested in filing candidacy for the Ritenour Board of Education election on April 7, 2020, may do so beginning at 8 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 17, 2019, at the Ritenour Administrative Center.
The Ritenour Pride & Promise Foundation awarded eight grants to teachers from six Ritenour schools totaling $16,221 on Oct. 11, 2019 for special student learning projects.
The Ritenour community celebrated their husky pride at the Homecoming parade and football game Oct. 5.
Please watch Dr. Kilbride's August video message to the Community about the start of school in Ritenour.
To improve safety and security at Ritenour High School Home Varsity Football games, no backpacks or bags will be allowed into the stadium beginning with the home opener against Ladue Horton Watkins High School on Friday, Aug. 30 at 7:30 p.m.
Sheneé McCoy, a fifth-grade teacher at Kratz Elementary and Ritenour’s 2019 Diamond Circle Teacher of the Year, became the fourth Ritenour educator to be recognized at the state level for excellence in teaching.
The Ritenour School District honored special staff members at the annual Honors Dinner on April 25, 2019 in the Ritenour Auditorium.
More than 240 students from all six Ritenour elementary schools competed in the district’s annual track and field meet on April 26 on Moore Field at Ritenour High School.
More than 300 RHS students volunteered at the event on Moore Field as buddies to the Special Olympics athletes on April 23.