After a meeting with St. Louis County Executive Dr. Sam Page and other districts across the region, Ritenour agreed to extend the closure of our schools through 4-22-2020.
College Bound features Ritenour students and families as they overcome obstacles to be accepted into top universities in the country.
Beginning Sept. 3, 2019, Ritenour High School will have new expectations in place for students eating breakfast and lunch in the cafeteria and for the visibility of student ID cards.
The Ritenour School District’s $19.5 million zero tax rate change bond issue (Proposition S), originally scheduled to be on the ballot on April 7, will now be decided by voters on Tuesday, June 2, 2020.
The Ritenour Co-Care Food Pantry is offering all district families a “drive through” food service while school is not in session.
The Ritenour Child Nutrition Department will provide breakfast and lunch grab & go style meals for Ritenour students beginning March 30, 2020.
The Ritenour School District is pleased to announce that Kyle Wagner will be the new head football coach at Ritenour High School, effective July 1, 2020.
Ritenour High School’s radio station, KRHS-90.1 FM, and KRHS TV News student staff took first place in six categories in the prestigious 2020 Intercollegiate Broadcasting System Trophy Awards program.
She may only be a junior at Ritenour High School, but Kaila Anderson already has received scholarship offers for being a standout student who is making a difference in her community.
More than 60 talented middle and high school musicians and vocalists from Ritenour were selected to perform in honors concerts this winter.