begin April 14 for the Republic School District. Students in grades 3-8 will be
participating in the MAP Grade-Level Assessments, and high school students will
take End-of-Course (EOC) assessments and the ACT (all juniors) later this
month. To learn more about these assessments, clickHERE for the special issue
of Tiger Talk distributed on April 7. Also, here are a few tips on how you can
help your child do well on these tests. We appreciate your continued
partnership in your child’s education!
The 2015 ROAR Run 5K and 1 mile fun run will be on Saturday, May 9 at the football stadium located at RMS. Registration is now open! To secure a t-shirt be sure to register by May 1. Both paper and online registration (additional fee) is available. Learn more on the website HERE. Don't miss this great event which assists our elementary and RMS running club students in achieving their goal of completing an official race, raising funds for our schools and promoting overall wellness in our community!
Incoming 2015-2016 Kindergarten students and families, join us for a peek into Kindergarten! Students will experience a tour of their school building and short bus ride while parents will meet with building principals. We look forward to welcoming the graduating class of 2028!
April 30 at 6:00 p.m.--McCulloch, Schofield and Sweeny
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)
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.
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!
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.