Students in Ms. Jessica Williams' third-grade class were excited to receive bags and pens from Harris-Stowe State University.
To make the transition easier for students entering kindergarten, sixth grade and ninth grade, as well as for students who attend Husky Academy and the International Welcome Center, Ritenour is hosting special Transition Day activities on Thursday, Aug. 18 to acclimate them to their new schools.
Ritenour School District is offering a free week-long summer camp to help incoming kindergartners transition to their new school from Aug. 1-5, 2022.
Beginning with the 2022-2023 school year, the Ritenour School District will offer free early childhood education to district families.
The Ritenour School District will no longer be offering Ritenour Virtual Academy for students in grades 1-5 or virtual learning options for grades 6-12 next school year.
As they were cheered on by students and teachers, graduating seniors from the Ritenour High School Class of 2022 took one last emotional walk on May 23 through the hallways of schools that were part of their journey.
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.