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  • Million Minute Challenge



    Dates to Remember:

    • October 2nd- School Improvement Day- No School for Students
    • October 12th- PTO Meeting
    • October 26th-November 19th- Shoeboxes for Soldiers Collection
    • October 27th- Parent-Teacher Conferences
    • October 29th- Parent-Teacher Conferences
    • October 30th- Fall Break
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District Announcements

  • Positions Needed: PLEASE SHARE!

    To assist the district in being able to stay in phase 1 of the RepMO Return to Learn plan, we are in need of substitute teachers and bus drivers. Please share the below information with anyone you feel would be a good fit! Please share!

     Bus Drivers Needed

    Substitute Teacher Information:

    Subs Needed


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  • SI Day October 2

    There will be no school for students on October 2 for a scheduled School Improvement Day, which will allow for teacher training and collaboration. Families needing childcare can sign up by Friday, September 25 at 4:30 p.m. for Cub Care by clicking HERE. Cub Care is available for kindergarten-8th grade students and also preschool PALS students.

    Cub Care 10.2

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  • RepMO Return to Learn Plan

    Return to learn The Republic School District has developed a three phased plan with health-related protocols to address COVID19. This plan was created in conjunction with the Springfield-Greene County Health Department in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The protocols are based on best practices from schools and businesses around the globe and recommendations from DESE and our community. They are subject to change moving forward. 
    The goal of these protocols is to mitigate the risk of exposure to COVID-19 and other illnesses by reducing the number of personal and surface contacts students and employees experience while at school. While reduction is the goal, it is impossible to completely eliminate all contact and therefore risk of exposure.
    Based on feedback, the district will begin the 2020-21 school year in phase 1 of the RepMO Return to Learn plan.
    • The RepMO Return to Learn Phases Handbook can be found HERE.
    • A list of FAQs can be found HERE.
    • The district has created a webpage that will be updated throughout the year in regards to COVID19 protocols and response:



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  • Tooth Truck Coming to Republic

    Does Your Child Need Dental Care?
    Tooth Truck The Tooth Truck wants to help your child start the new school year with a healthy smile! The Tooth Truck performs preventative cleanings and needed treatment for children qualifying for free/reduced school meals to become cavity-free (at no cost to the families).
    Simply complete the application form in the link below by September 30 for your child to be seen while the Tooth Truck is on site in Republic.
    You will be contacted when a date has been set for the tooth truck to visit!
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  • Free Meals FREE Breakfast & Lunch for ALL Students

    EXCITING NEWS! The Republic School District has received a USDA waiver allowing us to provide ALL STUDENTS FREE BREAKFAST AND LUNCH!!! This program is expected to continue through December or until funds run out. We are grateful to be able to offer this to our families!

    Take note: A la carte items at RMS & RHS are not included in this promotion, so those items will still be charged to student accounts.


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  • Daily Wellness Check

    Each day we are asking families to do a wellness check of all students before they come to school. Employees will be doing this as well. Following these guidelines will help everyone stay healthy! 

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  • Essential Visitors

    Below are the signs you will see on the entrances of our facilities. Keep in mind, only essential visitors will be allowed and must follow these protocols.


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  • Athletics & Activities Guidelines for Parents/Students

    The graphic below indicates all guidelines for our students participating in athletics and activities this fall along with all spectators who attend school events. Here are a few highlights for our spectators:
    • Masks/face coverings are REQUIRED for those in 4th grade and older and HIGHLY recommended for those younger when social distancing is not possible. Specifically, please make sure you wear your "mask on the move" as you find your seat at events, visit the concession stand, etc.
    • Republic School District will utilize the facility capacity guidelines set by the Springfield-Greene County Health Department to determine the number of spectators allowed to attend athletic/activity events. 
    • Through October 2020 this will mean that events held in Republic will not exceed 50% capacity. Based on historical attendance data, we do not feel maxing our capacity will be an issue. However, capacity will be filled on a first come first serve basis. 
    • Take note that as students travel and compete across the region, the spectator capacity will vary by facility/community. 
    • Every Monday RMS and RHS will post a list of events for the week on their websites and social media pages. This list will include any facility capacity restrictions.

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  • Apply for Free and Reduced Meals!

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    Although ALL STUDENT MEALS ARE FREE now through December or until funds run out, we encourage families to complete an application for free and reduced meals.  A new application must be completed each year. Click HERE for the form. 
    Since we are unsure of when exactly the free meal program will expire, by completing the free and reduced meal application you can ensure that your students meal benefits don't expire, if your family is eligible.
    The current pandemic has impacted many Republic families in ways that may have changed their eligibility. Even if your family has not qualified for free or reduced price meals in the past, the only way to confirm your eligibility is to complete the application.
    Please call 735-3753 with any questions.


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