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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.
Ritenour is hosting special Transition Day activities on Tuesday, Aug. 15 to acclimate students entering kindergarten, sixth grade and ninth grade to their new schools.
All Ritenour students in kindergarten through 12th grade will be able to receive lunch at no cost every school day during the upcoming school year, regardless of financial need.
Beginning with the 2017-2018 school year, students in grades K-12 in the Ritenour School District will see minor adjustments to arrival and dismissal times and the length of the school day.
Diamond Riley's triple jump of 39 feet, 6.5 inches made her a Class 5 Missouri State Champion and Ritenour's first female state champ.
This year, Ritenour recognized 171 students in fifth, eighth and 12th grades who have achieved high academic goals through hard work and dedication to learning.
By mid-June, Ritenour parents and guardians should expect to receive in the mail the results of their child(ren)’s state tests.
RHS students created lasting memories for 214 elementary, middle and high school school athletes who participated in Special Olympics Track & Field on April 25.
More than 90 senior citizens from the area enjoyed a Hawaiian-themed dinner hosted by Ritenour High School Leadership students on April 11 as a way to celebrate them and their support.
The RHS Student Leadership has received the 2017 National Gold Council of Excellence Award by the National Association of Students Councils.