Contact InformationTrevyor FisherActivities Director
Kat ManascoAdministrative Assistant
Athletic Phone: 417.732.3703
From the Athletic DirectorAthletics can be a valuable component of a student's educational experience. Through the promotion of self-discipline, dedication, sportsmanship, teamwork, accountability, and commitment to achievement, athletics fosters many of the qualities and educational values we endorse as a district. Athletic competition is a forum through which students may push themselves and their limitations, allowing them to develop self-confidence and enhance their self-esteem.
Trevyor FisherDirector of Student ActivitiesAnnouncements
Weekly Athletics and Activities
March 1 - 6
Winter Athletics & Activities Guidelines for Parents/Students
Fall Athletics & Activities Guidelines for Parents/StudentsThe 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.