Ritenour will continue to monitor conditions to determine when the district will move to Phase 2 for hybrid in-school/virtual learning.
Stay informed with the latest COVID-19 news as it pertains to Ritenour on our COVID-19 website.
Students will be engaged in Virtual learning using Seesaw, Boom Cards, Epic Books and Zoom. A variety of activities will be used to engage students in learning. Read on for areas that will be included in lessons weekly.
All Ritenour schools will be closed from March 18 through April 3. Learn how to talk to your child about COVID-19 and download home learning activities and discussion topics.
At a special meeting last night (Sept. 22), the Ritenour Board of Education approved our plan to have students in grades K-3 return to hybrid in-person learning in our schools. Our preschool students at the Ritenour School for Early Childhood Education will return in person with no virtual learning option.
As students return to learning on Aug. 31, our district will be starting the school year in Phase 3 - full-time virtual learning for grades K-12.
The Ritenour School District is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Denean Steward as the new assistant superintendent of curriculum and instruction effective July 1, 2020.
The Ritenour Board of Education unanimously voted to remove six virtual learning days from the 2020-2021 school calendar at its meeting on May 7, 2020. The last day for virtual learning in the Ritenour School District is now Friday, May 22.
Beginning with the 2020-2021 school year, Ritenour School District students in grades K-12 will see a slight adjustment to the timing of the school day, but will attend school for six less days.
Ellen Kim, a math teacher at Ritenour High School, is the district’s 2020 Diamond Circle Teacher of the Year. Superintendent Dr. Chris Kilbride made the official announcement of the district’s top honors during an online Zoom conference call on March 31.