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.
Corey E. Kilburn
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 http://republicschools.org//
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.
Enrollment times are set by class options:
8:30-9:15am Tuesday/Thursday Classes
10:30-11:15am Monday through Friday Classes
Enrollment is first-come, first-served at the times listed. A completed Intent to Attend form along with a $30 non-refundable enrollment fee is required to secure a spot in the program. Enrollment will continue until all spots are filled. Once all spots are filled, a completed Intent to Attend form will place your child on the waiting list.
Preschool class offerings are based upon the child’s date of birth as well as class structure and skill focus. Please review the class descriptions prior to the enrollment date.
The Board of Education approved the expansion of technology training, devices and support at the March meeting.
Juniors and seniors will have a non-traditional classroom experience while also gathering some insight into future career possibilities.
The Back the Blue fundraiser week also included visits from our local officers at the Republic Police Department!