Third and fourth-graders at Marion Elementary were treated to a virtual visit this week with award-winning children’s author and poet, Zetta Elliott.
The Ritenour community is invited to review and provide feedback about new Career and Technical Education (CTE) and English Language Arts (ELA) curriculum for students in the district.
The Ritenour School District is pleased to announce that Deana Hill has been named the Director of Child Nutrition Services. For the past three years, Hill has served as the interim director of the department.
All Ritenour students (both in-person and virtual learning students) in grades 3-8 will be taking the Missouri Assessment Program (MAP) tests May 9-20, 2022 in their school buildings. End-of-Course exams for grades 9-12, including eighth grade algebra, will be May 2-20.
Outstanding pieces of art from hundreds of Ritenour students in K-12 will be showcased in the 2022 Ritenour Art Show April 18-25 in the Ritenour Auditorium.
The Ritenour School District fifth-grade to middle school transition night will take place from 6 - 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 21 at Hoech Middle School and Ritenour Middle School.
The Ritenour “prize patrol” surprised four top Ritenour staff members on March 14 in their schools to announce that they’ve been selected as this year’s top district employees: Ritenour Diamond Circle Teacher of the Year, Employee of the Year, First-Class Teacher and Make A Difference Award honoree.
The Ritenour Board of Education approved an updated Ritenour School District Return to Learning Plan during its meeting on March 10.
Beginning Tuesday, Feb. 22 wearing a mask indoors will move from mandatory to recommended for all Ritenour School District students and staff.