Republic High School


High School Announcements

  • RHS Homecoming

    Don't forget to get your tickets for this year's Homecoming Dance, There's No Place Like Homecoming! The dance will take place in the small gym on Friday, Sept. 30, from 9:30pm- 11:30pm. Tickets will be on sale in the lunchroom from 9-26 to 9-30, as well as in room 105 before or after school for $5, or they will be $7 at the door. Please note students will need their ID to enter, and that if you want to bring a student from another school, forms will be available in the front office and will need to be turned in by Wedneday 9/28 at 2:30pm (no exceptions). **Two other important things to note: students cannot purchase a ticket if they have a school debt until that is taken care of with Mrs. Linda, and school dress code will be enforced at the door of the dance.  
    Spirit week will also take place the week of Homecoming- get in the spirit by participating!
    Mon 9/26- We're Not in RepMO Anymore: (tacky tourist gear, vacation/destination clothes)
    Tues. 9/27- Twister Tuesday (mix-matched clothes)
    Wed. 9/28- Which Witch is Which? (twin day- dress like someone else)
    Thurs. 9/29- Lions and Tigers and Bears, Oh My Day (animal print/tiger gear/dress like an animal)
    Fri. 9/30- There's a Storm Coming! (9th: Blue, 10th: Gray, 11th: White, 12th: Black, Staff: Green)
    (**Per admin: teachers may either dress up for the spirit days or wear professional dress.)
    Also, beginning Mon. 9/26 through Thurs. 9/29, ALL students can vote for the senior Homecoming queen using the link found on the high school website, RHS facebook or Twitter.  Students will need their google login information to vote. The queen will be announced during halftime at the game. The senior candidates are: Taylor Fergen, Sydney Gill, Jasey Overholser.
    The attendants are: 9-Emilee Sullivan, 10-Abigail Williams, 11-Kaylin Glenn
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  • Parent/Teacher Conferences (September 26th & 27th)

    Parent/Teacher Conferences at RHS will be held on September 26th and 27th from 4:00-7:30pm.  If you would like to schedule a meeting with a teacher to discuss your son's or daughter's academic progress, please contact the secretaries in the main office at the high school.  School counselors will also be holding informational sessions on a number of different topics.  A complete schedule of these sessions can be found by clicking here.

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  • WIN Time

    The WIN (What's Important Now) time academic intervention program is officially underway! September 2 will be the first grade check and September 9 will be our first WIN draft by teachers. Based on the draft, students will work with their draft teacher for three weeks in the areas of academics, goal setting, career and college preparation and study skills.  We are looking forward to this opportunity to support and advise students with their individual needs.

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  • Core Tutoring

    Core Tutoring will begin on Tuesday, September 6th.  Teachers from the following subject areas will be available to provide extended learning opportunities for students outside of the school day:

    • English Language Arts
    • Math
    • Science
    • Social Studies

    Beginning this school year, a bus will be available in the afternoon to take students home from Core Tutoring.  The schedule for Core Tutoring is as follows:

    • 6:45 - 7:15 a.m.:  Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
    • 2:45 - 3:45 p.m.:  Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday (bus available to take students home after Core Tutoring)

    Be sure to take advantage of this awesome opportunity!

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District Announcements

  • Individual Student State Assessment Reports

    Each spring students across the district participate in state assessments. We have been notified by the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) that Individual Student Reports (ISR) are available.  During Parent Teacher Conferences, which will be held the week of October 31 (more information to come), individual student reports will be distributed to students who were in grades 3 and 4 that completed the MAP-GLA test last spring. Students who are in grades 5-8 that completed the MAP-GLA assessment last spring will receive individual reports attached to their next progress report from the Republic Middle School.  Students who are now at the high school in grade 9 will receive their reports during an upcoming Monday WIN time.  A guide to interpreting your child's results will also be included in a parent/guardian letter which will also be shared at that time.  If you have any questions or would like to see your child's report prior to the aforementioned distribution times, please contact your child's school counselor.

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  • Employment Opportunities

    The Republic School District has several employment opportunities available including bus drivers, food service positions and before/after school program professionals. To learn more, CLICK HERE


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