Ritenour will continue to monitor conditions to determine when the district will move to Phase 2 for hybrid in-school/virtual learning.
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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.
The Ritenour School District Board of Education will host a special meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 22 at 6 p.m. Due to concerns for public health and safety, the Board will utilize Zoom, a video conferencing app, in lieu of a face to face meeting.
Ritenour High School’s student newspaper, the Pepper Box, received the International First Place Award from the International Quill and Scroll Society, a student journalism honor society.
The Ritenour Prize Patrol made its debut for the 2020-2021 school year on Sept. 10 to surprise Matthew Berry, a counselor at Ritenour Middle School, with the news that he is the top counselor in the state of Missouri.
We have received many questions from our families about when we will return to in-person learning. Each day we monitor the conditions across the region and throughout the state. Our goal is to return to in-person learning as soon as possible for families that choose that option. But, we also want to make sure that conditions are safe for our students and staff.
Ritenour was one of just three school districts in St. Louis County to receive this prestigious honor.
The Ritenour School District has received $220,863 from the federal E-Rate program this fall that will be used to improve the district’s wireless technology infrastructure and computer network equipment.