Republic High School

District Announcements

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    We invite you to attend the second annual Republic State of the Community hosted by the Republic School District and the City of Republic on Thursday, November 13. The evening will feature dinner, entertainment and presentations from various community leaders beginning at 6:00 p.m. at Republic High School. Features include updates from Superintendent of Schools, Mr. Chance Wistrom, Mayor Brian Buckner and Presiding Commissioner for Greene County, Mr. Jim Viebrock. In addition, presentations will be made by representatives from the Republic Area Chamber of Commerce and the Republic Community Foundation. This gathering provides an opportunity for patrons to learn about happenings taking place all across our community. We hope to see you there!
     
    Click HERE to purchase tickets. Only 130 seats are available to this exclusive event! 
    Proceeds of the event will benefit student activity programs within Republic School District.
     

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  • Major Saver Discount Cards Fundraiser 10/30-11/11  

    Early childhood, elementary and middle school students will be selling $15 discount cards with 19 buy-one-get-one free offers starting Thursday, October 30th through Tuesday, November 11th. Major Saver cards can be purchased via cash, check or online at www.majorsaver.com. The online sale can be credited back to a particular student and school. All cards purchased online will be mailed directly to the customer. 

    Please consider purchasing a Major Saver card from a Republic student. The proceeds from these sales will benefit the participating schools and the Republic Community Foundation.
     
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  • RHS Cheer Squad's Little Miss/Mr CHEER CLINIC

    Where: Republic High School main gym
    When: Saturday, November 15
    Time: 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
    Cost: $25 ($30 if paid after November 10)

    Performance will be at the Republic High School gym on November 16 at 2:00 p.m. Contact Coach Shannon Dunn at 732-3650 ext. 5107 or shannon.dunn@republicschools.org with questions.  
     
    Click HERE for a registration form.  
     
     
     
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High School Announcements

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    Spirit Bus to Parkview on Oct. 31
    Students - Come out support the Tigers and ride the Spirit Bus to Parkview this Friday, October 31.  The Tigers will play the Parkview Vikings at 7:00 p.m.  There is no charge to ride the spirit bus and it will leave RHS at 5:30 p.m. Must have ID to sign up and ride.  Sign up sheet located in the Athletic office.
     
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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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