Republic High School

District Announcements

  • School in Session April 3   

    As a reminder, school will be in session this Friday, April 3 to serve as a snow day make-up.  
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  • PTO Meet the BOE Candidates Event April 2 

    The district's Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) is sponsoring a Meet the Board of Education Candidates event on Thursday, April 2 at 6:00 p.m. This event is open to the public and will take place at the district's Central Office (518 N. Hampton--back side of Price Elementary). 

    Questions and answers will be moderated by Republic Area Chamber of Commerce Director, Ron Peabody. The following individuals have filed to run for the Republic School District Boardof Education (listed in order as they will appear on the ballot). The election will take place on Tuesday, April 7, and two 3-year term seats will be elected on this date. Mr. Mark Gimlin and Mr. Gary Mooneyham currently hold these two seats on the Board of Education.

    Todd Wojciechowski

    Mark Gimlin

    Mark Morris

    Corey E. Kilburn

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  • Kindergarten Screening Dates Set 

    The Republic School District will schedule kindergarten screening appointments starting Monday, February 23rd.  Kindergarten screening will be held for those children who reside in the Republic School District that will be 5 on or before July 31st

    Screening appointment times are from 8:45 a.m.-6:00 p.m. at the building your child will be attending. You will call your building of attendance for an appointment (phone numbers listed below).  

    To find out which building your child will be attending, go to the webpage and follow the instructions. If you have any questions, please contact the transportation department at 732-3680. 


    March 30- Sweeny Elementary     732-3670

    April 1-Schofield Elementary         732-3610

    April 2-McCulloch Elementary      732-3620

    April 7-Lyon Elementary                 732-3630

    April 9-Price Elementary                 732-3690


    Please allow 90 minutes to complete the screening. You will need to bring your child’s birth certificate, immunization record, and proof of residency (utility bill: water, gas, electric; rent receipt, or real estate contract) to the appointment. A list of your child’s doctors with phone numbers and emergency contacts with phone numbers will be helpful for you in filling out the forms. 

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High School Announcements

  • 2015 Senior Superlatives 
    2015 Seniors. The END is near! Please follow the link below to submit your senior superlatives. The deadline for submission is May 1st. 
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  • STUCO - Vote for President & Vice President

    Voting is now open for any Freshman-Junior student to vote for next years STUCO President and Vice President. Voting will close at noon on Friday, April 3rd.  Click Here to Vote!  (Reminder: You will need to be logged into your Google account)

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  • ACT for Non Public School Students

    Please click here for more information. 

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  • Winter Sports Awards
    The Winter Sports Awards have been scheduled for Wednesday, April 1, 2015, at 6:00 p.m. in the high school auditorium.  Basketball, Wrestling, Cheer, and Poms athletes will be recognized.  Refreshments will be served following the awards in the commons area courtesy of the Republic Athletic Booster Club.
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  • Spring Senior Banner Photo
    All seniors playing baseball, girls soccer, boys golf, boys tennis, and girls/boys track need to meet in the main gymnasium on Tuesday, March 31 at 7:30 a.m.  Be sure and wear your uniform!!!! 
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  • Image result for ACT
    On Tuesday, April 28th RHS will be giving the ACT to all juniors free of charge. This testing session is part of the Missouri Assessment Program. Students and parents do not need to complete any paperwork outside of school to participate in the assessment on the 28th. Attendance on this date is critical for juniors. Please contact the administrative or counseling office if you have questions.  
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  • Protecting Instructional Time 

    Instructional time is a valuable, free resource, so to maximize this time, we make every effort to use this time wisely. In order to help with this effort, we will not interrupt classes to inform a student of the delivery of an item to the office. We ask parents communicate directly with their child if they intend to drop off an item in the office needed for school or extra-curricular activities. Students may pick up personal items between classes or after school.

    Please help us to protect instructional time for all our students. Thank you for your help!

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  • FREE CORE Tutoring

    Free weekly CORE Tutoring for Math, Science, English, Social Studies, and ACT Prep will begin Tuesday, September 16. The schedule will be as follows:

    RHS Library:
    Wed-Fri AM (6:50-7:20): English, Math, & Social Studies
    Tue-Thu PM (2:45-3:45): English, Math, Social Studies, & Science

    RHS Room 216:
    Tue & Thu PM (2:45-3:45): ACT Prep (Room 216)
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  • Traffic Flow Reminder 

    RHS administration would like to remind parents to drop off and pick up students in the front of the building. Parents who drop off or pick up students in the bus lane near the auditorium create traffic flow issues for district buses as they attempt to shuttle students from the middle school to high school. Please see the Resources tab on the website for our traffic flow map.
    Thank you for your cooperation! 
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