Republic High School

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    Mark Calendar  

    In response to the "stay at home" order issued by Greene County, Christian County and the City of Springfield, Republic School District will join the majority of other public schools in our area in extending our closing through April 24 in an effort to help isolate the spread of COVID-19.








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  • APRIL 15, 2020:  Senior Salutes Due for RHS 2019-2020 Yearbookgrad


    Dear Parents of the 2020 Republic High Seniors:


    The RepMo yearbook staff is offering parents, relatives, and friends of the seniors to pay a special tribute in the 2020 RepMo yearbook. Senior Salute is a special section of the yearbook in which friends and family may submit photos and special messages to their special seniors.


    When submitting your Senior Salute, please include:


    √ The senior’s name
    √ Your message
    √ The photo(s) of the senior
    √ The size of the salute
    √ The payment (cash, check [payable to RHS], or money order)


    Cost and sizes for Senior Salutes:


    1⁄8 Page: $30 (One Photo and up to 20 words)
    1⁄4 Page: $60 (Maximum of 2 photos and up to 40 words)
    1⁄2 Page: $120 (Maximum of 4 photos and up to 75 words)
    1 full Page: $200 (Maximum of 8 photos and up to 100 words)


    Photos and payment for Senior Salutes are due to the RepMo Yearbook Staff by Wednesday, April 15, 2020. You may mail this to the high school, attention: Kristin Howard. Please be certain that the payment accompanies the material for the salute. If you have any other questions about Senior Salutes, feel free to email


    Thank you for your support to our R.H.S. Seniors!

    Mrs. Kristin Howard, Yearbook Adviser

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    RHS Library

    CORE Tutoring Information

    RHS will provide tutoring in the core subject areas of English, math, science, and social studies beginning September 10 in the HS library. The days and times for tutoring are: 


    Tuesday:  2:45 pm - 3:45 pm

    Wednesday:  6:45 am - 7:15 am   and   2:45 pm - 3:45 pm

    Thursday:  6:45 am - 7:15 am   and   2:45 pm - 3:45 pm

    Friday:  6:45 am - 7:15 am


    If you need a ride home after tutoring or ACT Prep you MUST use the link below to fill out the form BEFORE 1:00 pm on the day you will be attending. You will receive a ticket to ride the bus after tutoring. You must have a ticket to ride the bus for every day that you will need a ride. You will receive your bus pass from a teacher in the library at 3:45 pm. You must have a bus pass to board the bus. 

    Bus Form:




    In addition, ACT prep will also be offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Students who would like to benefit from ACT tutoring should plan to attend as many sessions as possible leading up to the ACT dates of October 26, December 14, February 8, and April 4. 









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District Announcements

  • Updated Office Hours During COVID-19 Closure

    During this closure buildings and facilities will be open from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. We are making our offices available by phone and by appointment for our patrons, but are doing so with limited numbers of employees on a rotational basis. 


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  • What will learning look like during the closure?

    As stated before, we understand that school can not be replicated. However, our district is developing resources to support students in their learning while we are closed. Teachers and staff are meeting virtually every week to develop alternative learning options for students.
    NOTE: Please make sure we have an updated email on file! Login to the SISK12 Parent Portal to view what we currently have listed. 
    We have created a framework for elementary learners that essentially includes an activity for each subject area every day that will be pushed out weekly to families. Teachers will use the communication platform (email, Seesaw, Dojo, Smore, etc.) that they've been using all school year to get this information to you. This school work is considered "optional" for our students, but is a way to keep your student on track and growing academically during this time. For those without internet access, CLICK HERE to request printed packets of work that can be picked up from your home elementary building after 9:00 a.m. each Monday. As a reminder, our building parking lots have wifi access, and additional wifi access points are in the graphic below. 
    Secondary families received overall information from Mr. Overstreet (HERE) and Mrs. Dishman (HERE) on Monday, March 23. In addition, individual teachers have reached out about specific coursework. Work will primarily be done on Canvas, the district's learning management tool that has been in place for several years. As a reminder, all secondary students have personal school-issued Chromebooks to use for this work. If you need assistance logging on to Canvas visit CLICK HERE. Suggested learning activities will be provided daily for each course a student is enrolled in. Scores on these activities will be to the benefit of the student and will not negatively impact their academic standing in the course. For those without internet access, contact your RMS or RHS teacher(s) to request printed packets of work that can be picked up from school. 
    Teachers will be available to provide feedback on student work throughout this time. As a reminder, our building parking lots have wifi access.
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  • Elementary Printed Work Packets

    If your elementary student is unable to access online work from his/her teacher, please complete the form at A printed packet will be created for you and made available for pick-up at your student's elementary building for the following week. 


    • You only need to sign up one time to receive printed packets throughout the closure.
    • Those new to signing up for packets must do so by Thursday at 3:00 p.m. the week prior to receive a packet on Monday morning of the next week.
    • New packets will be ready for pick-up near the front door of your school building in a tub by 9:00 a.m. every Monday.


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  • covid Coronavirus Information: District Closed Through April 24

    Per the provided link and in response to the "stay at home" order issued for our area, Republic School District will join the majority of other public schools in our area in closing now through April 24 in an effort to help isolate the spread of COVID-19. This is a decision that was not taken lightly. However, we feel it is the best option at this point to do our part in supporting the healthcare system in “flattening the curve” while also protecting the health of students and employees. Please view the link for full details.


    The Republic School District has developed this page to address practices and procedures regarding coronavirus, COVID-19. In addition, resources from the CDC along with state and local health department are listed below. This page will also serve as a resource for event impacts regarding COVID-19.

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  • Free Meal Option During COVID-19 Closure

    Republic School District will be providing free, daily grab-and-go food lunch and breakfast (for the next day) pick-up at Republic Middle School and other designated locations across the community (scheduled/locations below) for any Republic child. This service will be available Monday-Friday. Once we are able to gauge participation and need, we will work to expand offerings.
    To assist us in planning for this service, please fill out the form below as soon as possible if you plan to participate.
    Car line at Republic Middle School: Open 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Please follow the arrows on the map to the back of the building for food pick-up. Stay in your car and food items will be brought to you.
    RMS food dist.
    Mobile Locations: School buses will be delivering grab-and-go style lunches and breakfast (for the next day) Monday-Friday from approximately 11:00-11:30 a.m. at the below locations. Simply come up to the bus and a food bag will be given to you. Please avoid congregating in large groups in these areas. 
    Alpine Village
    S. Lewis Street in Battlefield near the Prairie Oak Village Apartments
    Old Stone Apartments
    Hines Street Pharmacy
    Calvary Baptist Church
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  • challenge Join Us for a 30 Day Challenge!

    30 DAY CHALLENGE TIME! Ok, so we’re all doing our part to fight the spread of COVID-19 during the 30 day “stay at home” order that begins Thursday. Why not set a goal for yourself or your family during this time? Join us over the next 30 days by completing the challenge of your choice! Here are a few ideas:  
    **30 days of spending 30 minutes together daily doing a family activity. 
    **30 days of writing on a topic of your choice for 15 minutes each day.
    **30 day gratitude challenge. Each day write or talk about three things you’re thankful for! 
    **30 days of reading for 15 minutes each day. 
    **30 day fitness challenge of your choice! 
    **30 days of drawing or art projects.  
    We’ll check in each week and would love to see pictures of you completing your 30 DAY CHALLENGE! Private message pictures to any of our Facebook pages. #repmoproud #repmo30daychallenge 
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  • Childcare for Healthcare and Emergency/First Responders Available

    Republic School District will offer free childcare for healthcare workers and emergency/first responders during their work hours who reside in the Republic School District while school is closed. Operating hours will be Monday through Friday of each week between 6:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. at McCulloch Elementary. Kindergarten through 8th grade students can participate. Only those pre-registered using the form link below will be accepted.
    Snacks and lunch will be provided each day. We do suggest that students with food allergies bring their own meals. 
    This service is designed for those working at hospitals, medical facilities, or blood banks who are directly engaged in the handling of the COVID-19 response during the time they are needed at work.  We are asking that individuals refrain from using this service unless they are directly involved in the COVID-19 response actions at a medical facility. These restrictions will allow us to have the capacity to best serve our medical community in fighting COVID-19.
    Location: McCulloch Elementary. 234 E. Anderson. Please enter through the second set of double glass doors on the west side of the building.
    Contact: STRIPES 360 Office 417-735-3778. On the day of program 417-350-3385
    Hours of Operation: 6:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. Monday - Friday
    Activities: Students will enjoy STEAM activities (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics), free play, group games, team builders and other special activities.
    Cost: This service is being provided free of charge by the Republic School District and STRIPES 360 staff.
    **Childcare is contingent on children being fever-free for 24 hours without the aid of fever reducing medications. All staff members and children will have their temperature checked prior to entry by a school nurse. In addition, a school nurse will be on site throughout the program day.

    **We check photo identifications daily. No student will be released to leave with someone who refuses to show identification when asked. This is for your child's safety. Please communicate with anyone on your approved pick-up list to bring identification.


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  • Board of Education Election Postponed 

    The Greene County Clerk's Office has notified the district that the previously scheduled Board of Education election on April 7 has been moved to June 2, 2020. Current Board of Education members will remain in service until the June 2, 2020 election. 


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