Republic School District

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District Announcements

  • No School 1/19, AMI Days 1/20 & 1/21

    Learning UpdateDue to increasing staff illness and the inability to fill open substitute vacancies, Republic School District will implement the following plan for the remainder of the week:
    • Wednesday, January 19: A “no school” day for students and a “work day” for teachers to prepare for AMI learning on Thursday and Friday.
    • Thursday, January 20 and Friday, January 21: AMI learning days for students.


    Free sack meals will be available between 11-1 each day via drive-through at RMS.
    Please review all details at
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  • COVID19 Testing Update

    COVID19 Testing UpdateThroughout the pandemic Republic School District has been proud to partner with our families and employees regarding COVID19 testing. While we are committed to continuing this partnership, unfortunately the national supply shortage of COVID19 tests is impacting our ability to maintain our current testing abilities. Our most recent order of COVID19 tests provided by the state was only 20% filled. This means we only received 80 of the 400 ordered tests, and we are unsure when we will receive more. 


    While we will continue to pursue more COVID19 tests so that we can provide a test to any student or employee who is exhibiting symptoms, for the time being we regretfully have to limit our testing availability to employees only. We are hopeful this testing limitation is short lived. As soon as more tests are received we will open the opportunity back up to students as well. Thank you for your understanding!


    Below is a list of free testing sites along with vaccine opportunities. 


    • Testing appointments and information can be found at or by calling the health department call center at 417-874-1211. Testing is located at the health department’s vaccine clinic at 1425 E. Battlefield Rd. Testing can also be scheduled via local healthcare providers. 
    • Community free testing event for MO residents (no pre-registration or appointments are needed): Mother's Brewing Company, every Tuesday from 10am – 6pm (Open lot located on the corner of West College and Grant Avenue) 
    • Additional free testing sites (at pharmacies sponsored by U.S. HHS) are available. You can find those sites at




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  • Pearce's Listening PostPearce's Listening Post, January 25

    All patrons are invited to an opportunity to listen, learn and share with Superintendent, Dr. Pearce at "Pearce's Listening Post." This hour-long event will take place on Tuesday, January 25 from 5:30-6:30 p.m. in the Republic High School library. Dr. Pearce and other district personnel will be there to share about district curriculum pieces. We hope to see you there! 


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  • Adjustments to 2021-22 Calendar

    Calendar AdjustmentsThe Board of Education voted to make the following modifications to the current school year calendar:
    January 3, 2022: This date is now an optional work day for certified staff. If certified employees have items to work on they can do so from home or at school. If all work is completed, certified employees can take the day off.
    **Take note, this date was incorrectly listed in the message sent on 12/16. The correct date is January 3.
    January 17, 2022--MLK Day: This date is now a guaranteed holiday/day off for ALL employees and students, and will not be used as a snow day make-up, if needed.
    February 21, 2022--Presidents Day: This date is now a guaranteed holiday/day off for ALL employees and students, and will not be used as a snow day make-up, if needed.
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  • Return to Learn Plan

    Republic School District has developed protocols to address the COVID19 pandemic. These protocols are outlined in the Return to Learn Plan, which was last updated on January 6, 2022. CLICK HERE to review the full Return to Learn handbook which also serves as the district's SRCSP plan as required by DESE.


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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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  • Online Meal Applications Now Available

    While we are THRILLED that all meals are available for free this school year, this has reduced the number of meal applications submitted by our families--and therefore, decreased some of the resources available and put us at risk of losing additional resources.
    That said...WE NEED YOUR HELP! Even if you don't plan to use the meal benefit personally, would you PLEASE COMPLETE an application for us by December 1? If you've already completed this process, THANK YOU and no further action is needed!
    NEW!!!!! You can complete this process in the SISK12 Parent Portal very quickly! Check out this link for all the details.
    More Than Free Meals
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  • Dire Need for Bus Drivers!

    Republic School District proudly offers bus services for ALL students in our district! Providing this service requires a large number of trained drivers, and we need more! To avoid having to extend the length of current bus routes, spending funds on chartering buses (who are also seeing driver shortages) and/or reducing the number of trips and experiences for students outside our campuses...WE NEED MORE BUS DRIVERS!

    Please share this opportunity with anyone that is interested in making an impact on students and filling this need! CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS AND TO APPLY!

    Bus Drivers Needed

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  • Jordan Valley School Based Health Clinic Now Open

    Republic School District is excited to announce that our school based health clinic partnership with Jordan Valley Health Centers opened October 1!


    Jordan ValleyOne Jordan Valley community health worker is available to work with our school nurses to coordinate a virtual visit with a Jordan Valley doctor or nurse practitioner for any student or employee 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. After being seen by a provider the student/employee will be able to return to class/work OR they will be given a diagnosis and will be ready to go home. If necessary, the practitioner 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 onsite community health worker, this program has no other financial obligations for the district. Parents and employees 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 Centers 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 and employees. Paper registration forms were sent home with students September 13 and will need to be completed and returned to school before they can be seen by the practitioner. You can also print a form and return it to school at We're excited and thankful for this opportunity to partner with Jordan Valley Health Centers!


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  • Bond issueNew EC & Schofield Gymnasium Projects

    The new Early Childhood Center with high wind shelter along with the gymnasium/high wind shelter construction projects are in the works! Visit to follow the progress. The goal is for these projects to be completed by the fall of 2022. 


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  • Free meals through June 2022FREE Meals for ALL STUDENTS Through June 22

    EXCITING NEWS! The USDA waiver providing FREE BREAKFAST AND LUNCH TO ALL STUDENTS has been extended to June of 2022!!! We are grateful to be able to offer this to our families! #repmoproud


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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! 

    WEllness Check

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