Congratulations to the following students who participated in the District Solo/Ensemble Festival on March 24. We are proud of all of our students and their achievements. 58 vocal music students received at least 1 superior rating qualifying them for state.
Students receiving a Superior (1) Rating in one event.
Connor Brake, Camryn Iles, Gabby Trampler, Harrison Tate. Jason Wright, Zoe Famiano, Malachi Gorman, Miles Howell, Cody Guinn, Kile Thornhill, Alonna Pederson, Mady McCrea, Caleb Creech, Braylea Ewing, Noah Kellett, Brenda Latamondeer, Katie Rainey, Danielle Pelak, Bethan Irons, Deanna Pride, Carli Allen, Aidan Crawford. Ravin Paterson, Elisabeth Creech, Andrea Dryden, Faith Nelson, Parker Woods
Students receiving a Superior (1) rating in 2 events.
Chad Parker, Savana Smith, Karleigh Summers, Isaac Jordan, Katelynn Bell, Madisyn Klossing, Josh Martin, Ben Alexander, Payden Mendez, Rigdn Sandul, Seth Wild, Aaron Scobee, Christian Ellis, Elena Hunter, Ariana Givens, Ryan Mackey, Rian Blauvelt, Emily Epperson, Logan Wynes, Noah Brous. Lydia Chapman, Kira Allen
Students receiving a Superior (1) rating in 3 events.
Megan Sly, Rachel Berry, Wesley Zane, Hannah Wells, Max Wood, Steven Brymer, Katie Groves, Ashton Lairmore, Tristan Brown
Students receiving an Excellent (2) rating include:
Bethany Overturf, Ethan Piles, Destiny Martin, Aubrey Sanchez, Robin Ball, Jazmyn Henderson, Mykayla Shank, Tyler Cole, Jordan Coday, Brady Harmon, Luke Willis, Phoenix Lietch, Vincent Pyeatt, Austin Lewis, Jacob Moore
Students receiving a Good (3) rating include:
Mackenzie Mansel, Emily Wills, Heather Georges, Megan Williams, Kamryn Green, Allyson Glenn, Maddie Acra, Nicole Howell, Arayah Hilburn, Claire Summers.
Student Information Day will be on Tuesday, August 7th. Seniors will begin at 8:30am, Juniors at 9:45am, and Sophomores at 11:00am. It is important to note that we will be assigning student parking spaces this year and that will be done on a first-come, first-serve basis starting with Student Information Day. That is why incoming Seniors will be going first.
Both of these events will be on Thursday, August 9th. The agenda for the evening is listed below.
Hey, kindergarten families...We are EXCITED to welcome you to the district! A very important first step to kindergarten is screening. If your incoming kindergarten student has not yet been screened, it's not too late! Please call your child's building of attendance to set an appointment. Dates, locations and contact information can be found below:
If needed, visit http://republicschools.o
August 1, 8:00-12:00 at Schofield for kindergarten students attending:
McCulloch Elementary 732-3620
Price Elementary 732-3690
Schofield Elementary 732-3610
August 2, 8:00-12:00 at Lyon for kindergarten students attending:
Lyon Elementary 732-3630
Sweeny Elementary 732-3670
Please allow 90 minutes to complete the screening. To learn more about what your child will experience during the screening, visit https://goo.gl/HNq5sJ.
While your child is being screened, parents will complete the Kindergarten enrollment paperwork. If you'd like to complete it in advance, you can print off a copy at https://goo.gl/LBWPEh. Please bring the following items:
Child’s birth certificate and immunization record
Current proof of residency (utility bill: water, gas, electric; rental agreement, or real estate contract)
Parent/guardian picture identification
List of your child’s doctors with phone numbers
Emergency contacts with phone numbers
Below are the dates and times for summer school 2018. For additional information CLICK HERE.
Elementary: May 29-June 22, Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. (Kindergarten 2:40 p.m.)
RMS: May 29-June 22, Monday-Friday 7:40 a.m. to 2:40 p.m.
RHS: May 29-June 21, Monday-Friday 7:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Summer SLAM families are invited to join us June 22 for the Summer SLAM Spotlight event! Students will be sharing about their learning and Jeannie Whip will be at Lyon and Kona Ice at Price for $2. We hope to see you there!
In accordance with the state and federal regulation implementing the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) this is to inform you of our intent to destroy personally identifiable information related to special education services maintained in former student’s special education records on August 1, 2018. These files belong to individuals no longer receiving educational services from the district. Records scheduled to be destroyed are the Special Education records of any former Republic student with a DOB on January 1, 1993 to December 31, 1993. A record of each student’s transcript and enrollment information will be kept in their permanent file.
Please be advised that the records may be needed by the student or the parent(s) for social security benefits or other purposes. You may contact the records office at 417-735-3715 or mail a written request to 636 N. Main Republic 65738 if you would like to be given a copy of your records.
Records to be destroyed are as follows:
Individualized Educational Programs (IEPs)
Test Protocols (Available for inspection only; no copy will be provided)
Notifications of Meetings
Notices of Action
Review of Existing Data Summaries