1. Varsity Cheer Comp

    Ray-Pec Cheerleaders to go to state competition

    Congratulations to the Ray-Pec High School cheer squads! Varsity placed first and junior varsity placed third at regionals! Both squads are heading to state competition on Dec. 11-12! (The varsity cheerleaders are pictured.) Read on...
  2. Columbatto English students

    Client-connected projects

    Students in English 4 classes at Ray-Pec High School have begun working on their client-connected projects. Seniors have been practicing pitch presentations in the classroom. This week they are beginning to meet with clients, both in-person and virtually. Read on...
  3. RPHS Seal

    High School students honored for academic achievements

    On Oct. 14, Ray-Pec High School honored students with academic honors earned during the 2020-2021 school year. Students were recognized for many achievements including earning an Academic Letter and receiving the Lamp of Learning award. Read on...
  4. Blake Chalmers

    Ray-Pec announces new School Resource Officer

    Officer Blake Chalmers with the Peculiar Police Department is the new School Resource Officer in Peculiar. He replaces former SRO Rick Clausing, who was recently promoted to Sergeant within the Police Department. Read on...
  5. Sarah Larkins District Champ

    Sarah Larkins wins girls golf District Championship

    Congrats to Sarah Larkins, the girls golf District Champion! Despite rainy conditions and a tournament delay, she shot a 79 to win the tournament at Longview. Sam Larkins placed 8th and received All-District honors. Read on...
  6. Jack Green BBQ contest

    Ray-Pec Junior Wins 1st Place At Chilifest in Lee’s Summit!

    Congratulations to Ray-Pec High School Junior Jack Green, who won 1st Place in the Wings category at the 18th Annual Chilifest in downtown Lee’s Summit! Read on...
  7. Raymore Day at the K on big screen

    Raymore Day at the K

    ?The last game of the season for the Kansas City Royals was a special game for the Ray-Pec School District. It was the 13th annual Raymore Day at the K, and included choir students from Ray-Pec middle schools singing the National Anthem. Read on...
  8. Kevin Pluss 2

    Kevin Pluss selected to receive Charles W. Cummings Scholarship

    Congratulations to Kevin Pluss on being selected to receive the $1,000 Charles W. Cummings Scholarship. He received the scholarship during the recent MO-CASE conference for special education administrators in Missouri. Read on...
  9. Sarah Larkins All Conference 9th2

    Sarah Larkins earns all-conference honors

    Congratulations to Sarah Larkins, who earned all-conference honors after placing 9th at the Oct. 4 girls conference golf match at Adams Pointe Golf Club in Blue Springs. Read on...
  10. RAYPEC RUSH

    RAYPEC RUSH

    Congratulations to the students selected for this year’s RAYPEC RUSH, the competitive show choir at Ray-Pec High School. RAYPEC RUSH is an after school activity and includes students in grades 9-12. Read on...
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    Constitution Day

    Students at Raymore Elementary School celebrated Constitution Day on Sept. 17 with flags and bookmarks donated by Prairie Chapter of the National Society of Daughters of the American Revolution. Read on...
  12. All District Choir

    Students selected for All-District Choir

    Twenty-eight Ray-Pec High School singers received All-District Honors! Congratulations to selected members of the West Central District All-District Choir and the Treble Honor Choir. Students are pictured here with Vocal Music Teacher Stephen Rew. Read on...
  13. First day of PAT

    Parents as Teachers offers in-home or virtual visits

    The Ray-Pec Parents as Teachers (PAT) program is now offering families virtual or in-person home visits. So far this year, most families have scheduled in-person visits. Read on...
  14. Ella Menzel 3rd at 090121

    Ella Menzel placed 3rd at JV golf tourney

    Congratulations to Ella Menzel on placing third in the Junior Varsity tourney on Sept. 1 at Longview. The Panthers placed 3rd overall out of 16 teams. Read on...
  15. Final score

    Ray-Pec Wins First Home Football Game of the Season

    Ray-Pec's first home game of the season. hosted Rockhurst Hawklets Final score: Ray-Pec defeats Rockhurst, 20-14! With 17 seconds left in the game, the Panthers scored a touchdown to move ahead. Read on...
  16. ED

    Arrowhead Stadium Visit

    The Ray-Pec Enterprise & Design team of coaches visited Arrowhead Stadium to view the finishing steps of a project by Turner Construction Company. Read on...
  17. Moke Shoes 2

    Raymore man donates 85 pairs of shoes

    A big thank you to Curtis Moke of Raymore! On Aug. 25, he dropped off approximately 85 pairs of new shoes for Ray-Pec students. Curtis organized a hole-in-one fundraiser, recruited sponsors, and raised funds to purchase the shoes for families. Read on...
  18. masking graphic

    An update on face coverings

    Please read this message from Superintendent Dr. Mike Slagle about the Aug. 20 School Board meeting and an update on face coverings. Additional Info...
  19. MO 2022 TOY Semifinalists

    Todd Schnake named semi-finalist for Missouri Teacher of the Year

    Congratulations to Ray-Pec Teacher of the Year Todd Schnake, who was selected as one of 17 semi-finalists for Missouri 2022 Teacher of the Year! Next, DESE will reveal the finalists for the 2022 Missouri Teacher of the Year award on Thursday, Sept. 2. Read on...
  20. Shatford greeting 4

    Welcome to Shull Early Learning Center

    Dr. Mary Shatford, Director of Shull Early Learning Center, welcomes families to Meet the Teacher night on Aug. 17. Families visited the school, met teachers, toured classrooms, and dropped off supplies. (Photo by Ella Gawf)
  21. Ryan Naylor Family Pic

    New coordinator for Panther Pride before/after school child care

    Ryan Naylor is the new program coordinator for the Panther Pride before and after school child care program in the District. Naylor began work on Aug. 9. He comes to Ray-Pec with more than 15 years of experience in before and after school programs. Read on...
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    Fall COVID-19 protocols

    The School Board on Aug. 10 reviewed COVID-19 protocols for Ray-Pec schools. At this time, face coverings are highly recommended, but not required, for all persons in all indoor settings when physical distancing cannot be maintained. Read on...
  23. Schnake and Plagman

    Todd Schnake honored at Regional Teacher of the Year Luncheon

    Ray-Pec Teacher of the Year Todd Schnake was one of 6 teachers honored Aug. 4 at a KC Regional Teacher of the Year Celebration Luncheon. Todd teaches speech and theatre at RPHS. He is pictured with Dr. J. Michael Pragman, Director of the Kansas City RPDC. Read on...
  24. I.B. Diploma grads at BOE meeting

    Board honors I.B. Diploma graduates

    The Raymore-Peculiar School Board on July 22 honored Brendan Fuller, left, and Kerstin Randolph, right, for completing the requirements to earn the International Baccalaureate Diploma. They are pictured with Board Vice President Paul Coffman. Read on...
  25. Williams twins at July BOE

    Board honors twins for placing 12th at national tournament

    The School Board on July 22 honored Samantha Williams, left, and Kayla Williams, right, for placing 12th in Duo Interpretation at the National Speech and Debate Association Tournament! They are pictured with Board Vice President Paul Coffman. Read on...
  26. Paul Barbarick

    Sympathy notice - Paul Barbarick

    UPDATE: The celebration of life service has been postponed. A new date is not yet scheduled. Sympathy is extended to family and friends of Paul Barbarick, former longtime teacher and coach at Ray-Pec High School, who passed away on July 15. Read on...
  27. Activities collage

    Fast facts about athletics and activities

    On June 24, Activities Director Kirk Hipple reported to the School Board on the Athletic/Activities Program. He said that 1,190 students were involved in one or more MSHSAA activities during the 2020-21 school year. Read on for more about the program. Read on...
  28. Todd Schnake 2

    Todd Schnake selected as Regional Teacher of the Year

    Congratulations to our 2021 Ray-Pec Teacher of the Year, Todd Schnake, on being selected as a Kansas City Regional Teacher of the Year! The Kansas City Regional Professional Development Center chose Schnake as one of six honorees for the award. Read on...
  29. BOE honors Gold Medal vocalists June 2021

    Board honors gold medal vocalists

    The Board on June 24 recognized RPHS choir students who received gold medals at MSHSAA's State Solo and Small Ensemble Festival in the spring. Some students received a gold medal for a solo, some as part of a small ensemble, and some in both events. Read on...
  30. BOE honors Luke Voelker June 2021

    School Board honors All-State Track athlete

    The School Board on June 24 recognized Luke Voelker for earning All-State honors at the State Track and Field Meet in May. He placed 6th in the 3,200-meter run and set a new school record of 9:22.47. Luke is pictured with Board President Ruth Johnson. Read on...
  31. Nadia Hill 2

    Ray-Pec student helps with dinosaur excavation

    Nadia Hill, an incoming 8th grader at East Middle School, recently returned from participating in the excavation of the famous Triceratops dinosaur named Shady in South Dakota. She assisted in excavating ribs, vertebrae, and other parts of the body. Read on...
  32. Eric Arnold at Admin Council June 2021

    District leaders thank Eric Arnold for service

    During the June 8 Administrative Council meeting, District leaders thanked Eric Arnold, center, for his years of service. Mr. Arnold began working at Ray-Pec in 1993. He retires this month as assistant principal at Ray-Pec South Middle School. Read on...
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    RPHS student-athletes celebrate with signing ceremony

    Congratulations to these Ray-Pec High School seniors who signed letters of intent to continue their activities at the college level! A ceremony on May 14 celebrated the signings. Read on...
  34. Track and Field Sectional Qualifiers

    Panthers qualify for sectionals in 19 events

    Congratulations to the sectional qualifiers from the district track meet on May 15 in Nixa. The sectional track and field meet is May 22 at Carthage. The Panthers qualified in 19 events! Read on...
  35. Scholar Bowl State Picture

    Ray-Pec wins Class 6 Scholar Bowl state championship

    Congratulations to Ray-Pec High School’s Scholar Bowl team, which won the Class 6 state championship on May 8 in Columbia! From left: Brendan Fuller, Audrey Mitchell, Coach Alexander Berkovich, Alissa House, Andres Arreola, and Joel Miles. Read on...
  36. Former Orscheln building

    Facility in Raymore to be called the Ray-Pec LEAD Center

    On April 29, the Ray-Pec School Board approved a name for the new district facility at M-58 Highway and Foxridge Drive. It will now be called the Ray-Pec LEAD Center. LEAD stands for Learning, Experiences, And Discovery. Read on...
  37. RPHS Lit Mag

    RPHS Literary Magazine hosts Open Mic Night

    The Ray-Pec Literary Magazine hosted its first annual Open Mic Night on April 19! It showcased many of Ray-Pec High School's talented artists. From spoken word poetry to pianists, it was an evening full of flair! Read on...
  38. Amanda Reed with banner

    Amanda Reed is the 2021 Support Staff Employee of the Year

    Congratulations to 2021 Support Staff Employee of the Year Amanda Reed! Reed is the child nutrition manager at Eagle Glen Elementary School. She has been working for the District since March 2016. Read on...
  39. Todd Schnake with RJ and AV

    Todd Schnake is the 2021 Teacher of the Year

    Congratulations to 2021 Teacher of the Year Todd Schnake, who teaches speech and theatre at Ray-Pec High School. This is his 30th year of teaching - all at Ray-Pec. After two years at the middle school he has been teaching 28 years at RPHS. Read on...
  40. Cristin Blunt 2021

    Cristin Blunt to be new assistant principal at RPEMS

    Cristin Blunt will be the assistant principal at Ray-Pec East Middle School, effective in July. The Ray-Pec School Board approved the hiring at its April 29 meeting. She is currently an administrative intern in the Hickman Mills School District. Read on...
  41. Ashley Tegenkamp

    Ashley Tegenkamp to be new principal at Creekmoor Elementary

    Ashley Tegenkamp will be the new principal at Creekmoor Elementary, effective in July. The Ray-Pec Board approved the hiring on April 29. She is currently assistant principal at two elementary schools in the Warrensburg School District. Read on...
  42. OnceUponMattress-Poster-FINAL

    You may live stream performances of "Once Upon a Mattress"

    The Ray-Pec High School spring musical "Once Upon a Mattress" opens this week! In-person seating in the theatre is extremely limited. However, the school has negotiated the rights to live stream the show at 7:30 p.m. April 29, April 30, May 7 and May 8. Read on...
  43. Spencer Barr state champ

    Spencer Barr wins state championship in Original Oratory

    Spencer Barr is the state champion in Original Oratory! With Spencer's championship at the state tournament, Ray-Pec High School now leads the state of Missouri in all-time State Championships in Speech and Debate with 31! Read on...
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    RPHS inducts 52 new members into National Honor Society

    The Ray-Pec High School Yandall C. Hunt Chapter of National Honor Society inducted 52 new members during a ceremony on April 20 at the school. Students are selected for excelling in four areas: Character, Scholarship, Leadership, and Service. Read on...
  45. Traffic Stop A

    Law enforcement students practice making traffic stops

    Students in the Ray-Pec High School Law Enforcement Class are practicing traffic stops. On April 21, Superintendent Dr. Mike Slagle was the driver who had been stopped. Students used the radio to communicate with dispatch (Teacher Keegan Garner). Read on...
  46. Oath of office

    School Board members take oath

    Deanna Olson and Billy King took the oath of office to begin new three-year terms on the Ray-Pec School Board. They were elected on April 6. This will be Olson’s first term on the Board. King was first elected in 2018, and now begins his second term. Read on...
  47. All-State Choir at BOE

    School Board honors All-State Choir

    The Board honored students who were selected for the All-State Choir. From left: Austin Planker, Mark Moorhead, Denton Meehan, Jaci Stratton, Kennedy Kinnick, Addison Hansen, Payton Ballinger, and Board Member Billy King. Not pictured is Sydney Strauss. Read on...
  48. Major Saver 2021

    Major Saver card sales raises more than $26,000

    Kelly Osborn, president of Major Saver, presented a check for $26,010 to the Ray-Pec Public School Foundation and Ray-Pec elementary and middle schools. Of that total, $13,042.50 benefits the Foundation, and the rest benefits schools that participated. Read on...
  49. Prop S logo

    Voters approve Proposition S bond issue!

    Ray-Pec voters on April 6 approved Proposition S, the district's $72 million no-tax-rate-increase bond issue. Unofficial vote totals: YES - 2,887 (66.15 percent), and NO - 1,477 (33.85 percent) The Board is scheduled to certify the results on April 19. Read on...
  50. Laser ray 1

    7th graders learn about laser rays

    Seventh graders at South Middle School are learning about laser rays, thanks to a gift from the Ray-Pec Public School Foundation. Teachers Vanessa Beere and Joanna Clark received a $750 grant to purchase laser ray boxes and lenses for the science classes. Read on...
  51. Eagle Glen Amelia Z poster

    Fifth grader wins statewide poster contest

    Congratulations to Eagle Glen Elementary School 5th grader Amelia Zernickow on winning the 2021 Missouri Department of Public Safety's National Missing Children's Day Poster Contest! Amelia will represent Missouri in the national contest. Read on...
  52. Senior DRIVE image

    Volunteers needed!

    On April 21, RPHS seniors taking English 4 will present their experience working on client-connected DRIVE projects over the 2020-21 school year. The high school needs volunteer evaluators to hear their stories and provide feedback on presentations. Read on...
  53. Solos and Small Ensembles

    Ray-Pec music students earn medals for solos and small ensembles

    Ray-Pec High School band and choir students recently performed at the State Solo and Small Ensemble Festival. Ray-Pec music students were adjudicated, given feedback, and earned a combined total of 30 gold medals, 29 silver medals, and 17 bronze medals. Read on...
  54. Congratulations All-State Choir (1)

    Eight students selected for All-State Choir

    Ray-Pec choir members who were selected for the All-District Choir recently auditioned for the Missouri All-State Choir. Eight Ray-Pec singers were selected. In total, RPHS has one-third of the All-State choir available in the District. Read on...
  55. All Conference Wrestling 2021

    Ray-Pec wrestlers named to All-Conference teams

    Congratulations to the Ray-Pec wrestlers named to the Suburban Conference - Gold Division - 2020-2021 All-Conference Wrestling Teams! Read on...
  56. Optimist Club donate to RPF

    Optimist Club donates to CAN

    Ray-Pec Sunrise Optimist Club President Reginald Townsend presents a check for $800 to Jodie Huston, Executive Director of the Raymore-Peculiar Public School Foundation. The money is earmarked for the Foundation's Caring About Nutrition (CAN) program. Read on...
  57. Spelling Bee winners 4

    Ray-Pec 5th grader wins Cass County Spelling Bee

    Congratulations to Ray-Pec's Mac Northcraft on winning the Cass County Spelling Bee to qualify for the annual Scripps National Spelling Bee! Mac, a 5th grader at Creekmoor Elementary, also received a trophy, a tumbler, and a $50 Visa gift card. Read on...
  58. St Patricks Day

    Happy St. Patrick's Day!

    St. Patrick's Day spirit at Peculiar Elementary School! From left: Teacher Colleen Bennett, Principal Keri Collison, and Teacher Monica Roller.
  59. ARowland

    Ashley Rowland honored as Outstanding Beginning Teacher

    Congratulations to Ashley Rowland, 9th grade ELA Teacher at Ray-Pec High School, on being selected as one of Missouri's Outstanding Beginning Teachers! Avila University and Ray-Pec High School nominated Ashley to receive this honor. Read on...
  60. TOY apple

    Congratulations to our award finalists!

    Congratulations to the finalists for the Teacher of the Year and Support Staff Employee of the Year! The finalists will be honored and the winner announced later this spring. The 2021 celebration is planned as a virtual event. Read on...
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    Prowlers win awards at Missouri State Dance Championship

    Congratulations to the Ray-Pec Varsity Prowlers! The Prowlers placed 2nd in their Team Performance and 5th in their Pom division at the Missouri Dance Team State Championship. Senior Madison Marsh placed 10th overall for her senior solo. Read on...
  62. DECA results

    RPHS students compete in DECA District 3 competition

    During February, DECA District 3 held its contest online. Students used Marketing, Management, Finance, and Entrepreneurial skills to compete in testing and role play scenarios. Twenty-six students competed, and 12 qualified for state competition. Read on...
  63. Soph Pilgrimage Trey Doss

    RPHS student Trey Doss selected for Sophomore Pilgrimage

    Ray-Pec High School Sophomore Trey Doss for being nominated to participate in the annual Sophomore Pilgrimage! He is pictured here with Judy Wertz, representing General Federation of Women's Clubs of Missouri. Read on...
  64. RPHS Cheer places 2nd at state

    Varsity and JV cheer squads place 2nd at State

    Congratulations to the Ray-Pec High School Varsity and Junior Varsity Cheer Squads on both placing second at the state tournament! Read on...
  65. Congratulations All-District Choir

    Ray-Pec High School has record number selected for All-District Choir

    Congratulations to the Ray-Pec High School students who were selected for the All-District 11-12 Grade Choir! Ray-Pec has a school record of 28 singers selected. These singers will audition next month for the All-State Choir. Read on...
  66. Party Celebration Zoom Virtual Background

    Fourteen FBLA events qualify for state tournament

    Congratulations to Ray-Pec High School Future Business Leaders of American (FBLA) on their performances at the District Tournament. Fourteen events qualified for the state tournament! Read on...
  67. Pulse logo

    Ray-Pec uses new tool to gather your feedback

    In an ongoing improvement effort, the Ray-Pec School District is using Pulse, a new tool that sends regular, short, anonymous surveys. The feedback will help District leaders make better decisions related to school culture and family engagement. Read on...
  68. Signing Day 2021 IMG_1176

    Twenty students celebrated at RPHS Signing Day ceremony

    Congratulations to these 20 Ray-Pec High School Seniors who have signed letters of intent to continue their athletic careers in college. The students were honored at a ceremony on Feb. 3 at the high school. Read on...
  69. Prop S logo

    Proposition S includes use of former Orscheln building for career oriented education

    On Feb. 25, the Ray-Pec School Board approved purchasing the former Orscheln building at 58 Highway and Foxridge Drive. The District plans to use the facility, which has been vacant for several years, for career oriented education and real world learning. Read on...
  70. 2021-2022 calendar image

    Board approves calendar for 2021-2022 school year

    The School Board has approved the 2021-22 school calendar. The first day of school will be Monday, Aug. 23. The calendar does not include make-up days for inclement weather. Virtual instruction days will be used for the first five inclement weather days. Read on...
  71. Paul Turner

    Paul Turner to be new assistant principal at South Middle School

    Paul Turner will be the new assistant principal at Ray-Pec South Middle School, effective July 1. The Ray-Pec School Board approved the hiring at its Jan. 28 meeting. He will replace Eric Arnold, who is retiring at the end of the 2020-2021 school year. Read on...
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    Ray-Pec students earn 48 spots in All-District Honor Bands

    RPHS Band members earned 48 spots in the West-Central Missouri Music Educator Association's All-District Honor Band and Honorable Mention Band. That means that Ray-Pec makes up 25 percent of the combined bands! Read on...
  73. MBA logo

    District budget honored for 6th straight year

    For the sixth consecutive year, the Raymore-Peculiar School District has received the Meritorious Budget Award from the Association of School Business Officials International. The award recognizes the District for its 2020-2021 budget submission. Read on...
  74. Mac Northcraft

    Fifth grader wins District Spelling Bee

    Fifth grader Mac Northcraft won the Ray-Pec District Spelling Bee. East Middle School seventh grader Brooklyn Meloy was the runner-up. Mac advances to the Cass County Spelling Bee to compete for the chance to go to the Scripps National Spelling Bee. Read on...
  75. PE Schork 3

    Foundation awards more than $10,300 in Classroom Impact Grants

    The Foundation Prize Patrol looked different this year, but the thrill of awarding classroom grants to teachers remained the same. The Ray-Pec Public School Foundation on Dec. 11 awarded 19 grants, totaling $10,359, to teachers across the district. Read on...
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    Children visit Santa at drive-through event at Ray-Pec High School

    Santa, also known as Teacher Dan Garrison, visits with children during the Saving Christmas event on Saturday, Dec. 12, at Ray-Pec High School. The event also included collection of donations of toys, food, and clothing. Read on...
  77. Conrad Hawley with Simone

    Senior Conrad Hawley receives Thomas A. Simone memorial Football Award

    Congratulations to Ray-Pec High School Senior Conrad Hawley on receiving the Simone Award, which is presented annually to the top football player in the Kansas City metro area. The award is given by the Thomas A. Simone Foundation. Read on...
  78. Updated 2020-21 calendar

    School Board adjusts 2020-2021 calendar

    Dec. 4, 11, and 18 will be virtual learning days for elementary students. On those days, grades K-5 will not attend school in-person. There will be limited virtual instruction and time for teacher collaboration. Dec. 18 is the last day of the semester. Read on...
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    Needed: Substitute teachers

    The Ray-Pec School District needs additional substitute teachers! If you or someone you know is interested in working as a sub, we would love to have you! You can qualify in two ways: Complete 60 college credit hours, or complete an online course. Read on...
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    School Board meetings this week

    The School Board has scheduled a special meeting for 7 p.m. tonight, Nov. 17, in the main gym at Ray-Pec High School. The meeting will include a Schools Update with information about COVID-19 case trends and discussion about the school schedule. Read on...
  81. Luke Voelker running in the 2020 state cross country meet

    Luke Voelker places 6th at state

    Congratulations to Junior Luke Voelker for placing 6th at the Class 5 state cross country meet on Nov. 7 in Columbia! He ran the 5k race in 15:47.1 minutes.
  82. Ashlyn Smith running at 2020 state cross country meet

    Ashlyn Smith places 8th at state

    Congratulations to Freshman Ashlyn Smith, who placed 8th at the Class 5 state cross country meet on Nov. 7! Her time was 18:34.9. The Ray-Pec varsity girls placed 9th as a team.
  83. Parents as Teachers group photo

    Celebrate National Parents as Teachers Day!

    Sunday, Nov. 8, is National Parents as Teachers Day! Celebrate National PAT Day by playing a game or taking a walk with your child. Parents as Teachers, a program offered through local school districts, serves families with children from birth to age 5. Read on...
  84. Jessica Philips interviewed by Channel 41

    I.B. students volunteer at polling places

    Even though some of them were too young to vote in the Nov. 3 election, RPHS International Baccalaureate students made a difference by volunteering at the polls. Pictured here: RPHS Junior Jessica Philips is interviewed by KSHB Reporter Jordan Betts. Read on...
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    District receives clean audit

    The District received a clean audit opinion on its financial statements, compliance with laws, and internal controls over financial reporting for the year ended June 30, 2020. Brad Steele of Westbrook & Co. presented the results on Oct. 22 to the Board. Read on...
  86. RP Panthers crest

    High School honors students for academic achievements

    On Oct. 22, Ray-Pec High School honored students with academic honors earned during the 2019-2020 school year. Awards included the Academic Letter, the Lamp of Learning award, placing in the top 5 percent of their class, and AP and IB Scholarship. Read on...
  87. SLT Lead with Me

    Student Leadership Team meets virtually with younger students

    Members of the High School's Student Leadership Team had their first virtual Lead with Me event on Oct. 23. Here, Seniors Jaci Stratton, left, and Kayla Jones, right, participate in Google Meets with younger students. Read on...
  88. Fall 2020 sports program

    Fall Sports Program now available

    The #PlanAndAdjust RPHS Fall Sports Program has arrived! This commemorative book, showcasing all fall sports and supporting activities, is now available for purchase. This full color edition is $5, plus $2 shipping to mail it to your home. Read on...
  89. Peyton Koper at 102220 Board Meeting

    All-State tennis player honored by School Board

    Ray-Pec High School Sophomore Peyton Koper was recognized at the Oct. 22 School Board meeting for her 4th place finish at the state singles tennis tournament. Read on...
  90. EMS January SOM 2019

    RPEMS honors January Students of the Month

    Congratulations to the January Students of the Month at Ray-Pec East Middle School! Front row: 8th Grade. Middle row: 7th Grade. Top row: 6th Grade. Read on for student names. Read on...
  91. Allison Bruflat

    Ray-Pec Foundation honors Partners in Education

    Allison Bruflat of Raymore and the Raymore and Peculiar Sonic restaurants are the 2017 recipients of the Partners in Education award from the Raymore-Peculiar Public School Foundation. Read on...

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