Marion Elementary received more than $18,000 in school supplies on Nov. 9, 2018 thanks to the generosity of KidSmart and their partner donor, Six Flags.
Beginning next Monday, Nov. 12, Marion Elementary will see a minor change in its arrival procedure for students who ride a bus, daycare van or taxi cab.
Winter Break provides families opportunities to enjoy time together. Below are some free and low-cost evening light shows and daytime events that are available in the St. Louis area that may provide some entertainment for family and friends during Ritenour’s 2018-2019 Winter Break.
Beginning Nov. 26, early dismissal/pickups for all students will end 25 minutes before the end of the day at all schools – except for emergencies.
Ritenour students and staff members collected 13,685 nonperishable food items for families in need during the annual food drive.
Ritenour residents interested in filing candidacy for the Ritenour Board of Education election on April 2, 2019, may do so beginning at 8 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 11, 2018, at the Ritenour Administrative Center.
Ritenour students received a first-hand look at our nation’s election process through the Kids Voting program over the past few weeks by casting ballots online.
The Ritenour Pride & Promise Foundation awarded eight grants to teachers from six Ritenour schools totaling $13,531 on Oct. 19, 2018 for special student learning projects.