Republic School District

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  • Cub Care November 23

    The Republic School District will not be in session on Wednesday, November 23 through Friday, November 25 for Thanksgiving Break.


    Families with students in Kindergarten through 6th grade needing childcare on Wednesday, November 23 can sign up to participate in Cub Care. The deadline to register is Wednesday, November 16 at 4:00 p.m. Visit to register.


     Cub Care is available on November 23.



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  • Free Clothing Stores in Need of Spirit Wear

    Price Tag and Locker 518, our district's free clothing stores for students, need new and gently used RepMO spirit wear. Our PTO is asking for your help! You can send RepMO gear (of all sizes) to your child’s school throughout the month of November or drop items off at Price Elementary. Donations of adult-sized, everyday clothing are also appreciated!


    Price Tag and Lock 518 are needing new and gently used spirit wear for students.



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  • Annual Fund Report

    The Republic School District's Annual Fund Report, including the Audit Report and Fund Balance information, can be found HERE.

    The audit is available for inspection and examination at the Central Office, 518. North Hampton, Republic, MO 65738 between the hours of 7:30 AM to 4:00 PM when school is in session.

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    Jordan Valley Health School-Based Care

    At the Republic School District, we are grateful for our continued school-based health clinic partnership with Jordan Valley Health!


    Jordan Valley's mobile unit will continue well-child checks on the second Monday of every month throughout the school year on school campuses. See the graphic for additional dates.


    In addition, our school nurses can coordinate with Jordan Valley Health to set up a virtual visit during the school day with a Jordan Valley doctor or nurse practitioner for any student that is sick and needs to be seen by a practitioner for the following illnesses: strep throat, ear infection, sinus infection, rash, pink eye, stomach flu, bug bites, lice and congestion. The student will be able to return to class OR they will be given a diagnosis and will be ready to go home. If necessary, the provider will call in a prescription to the patient's pharmacy for them to pay for and pick-up.


    This partnership is made possible primarily by funds provided by Jordan Valley Health Centers. Beyond office space for the on-site community health worker, this program has no other financial obligations for the district. Parents will never receive a bill for care. If the patient has insurance, that insurance will receive the bill. If the patient does not have insurance, Jordan Valley Health Center covers the cost of the visit and patients only have to pay for prescriptions, when needed.


    This service will be optional, but available to all students. Registration forms will need to be completed before students can be seen. You can print a form and return it to school at We're excited and thankful for this opportunity to partner with Jordan Valley Health Center!


    Jordan Valley will conduct well-child checks on the second Monday of each month.


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    New Start & Dismissal Times for Lyon & Sweeny

    To assist with the traffic flow issues at Highway 174 and Main, Lyon and Sweeny elementaries will have new start and dismissal times for the 2022-23 school year. This is a short-term solution until a more permanent, long-term solution can be implemented to physically adjust these car lines (which continues to be a discussion with the City and local landowners). Please follow the link to read an email that was sent to Lyon and Sweeny families, which includes all of the details:



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  • District CSIP Approved

    CSIP LogoThroughout the last year district teammates and community volunteers devoted over 1200 hours to develop our newly approved district CSIP–Comprehensive School Improvement Plan! This “strategic plan” has been designed to serve as our “road map” for the next 4-6 years in meeting the needs of our students and employees. In addition, updated district mission and vision statements were created.


    As a reminder, this process is community driven! There were over 550 responses to surveys seeking feedback about the development of our mission, vision and the community priorities included within the CSIP. Over 100 representatives (including parents, community members, school board members, employees and students) were involved in the committees, or “goal teams,” who brought this work to life. THANK YOU to those who were involved! 


    There are three goal areas that will drive our work through the CSIP:

    • Academic success
    • Culture
    • Leadership


    For each of these three goals, performance objectives, strategies and measures have been developed that include ways to support and grow STUDENTS and EMPLOYEES! 

    Visit to dive into our new CSIP! This webpage has been designed to provide you with an overall snapshot of this work as it progresses, but also an opportunity to dive as deep into it as you’d like to learn more! We can’t wait to share more with you about our CSIP journey as the new school year begins in August!



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