Back to School 2020
Return to school
The return to school looks very different this year, but Ray-Pec staff are working hard to plan for a successful 2020-2021 school year! We are implementing many changes to reduce risk and increase safety for students and staff.
Our goal is to provide:
2020-2021 Bus Routes
Elementary bus routes (grades K-5):
- Bridle Ridge Elementary Bus Routes
- Creekmoor Elementary Bus Routes
- Eagle Glen Elementary Bus Routes
- Peculiar Elementary Bus Routes
- Raymore Elementary Bus Routes
- Stonegate Elementary Bus Routes
- Timber Creek Elementary Bus Routes
Secondary bus routes (grades 6-12):
(Students in the South Middle School attendance boundary ride the same buses)
(Students in the East Middle School attendance boundary have separate buses for grades 6-8 and 9-12)
VIPR School Supply lists
Elementary School (grades K-5)
Middle School (grades 6-8)
In-Person School Supply lists
- Shull Early Learning Center
- Elementary Schools (grades K-5)
- Ray-Pec East and South Middle Schools (grades 6-8)
- Ray-Pec High School - There is not a universal supply list for grades 9-12 due to the variety of classes taken at the high school level. Students will learn about their specific supply needs when classes begin.
Virtual Instruction of Ray-Pec (VIPR)
If you desire an alternative to in-person school, we are providing a rigorous virtual learning experience. We are proud to introduce the Virtual Instruction Program of Ray-Pec, a platform by which any Ray-Pec student can access their education online.
DESE and DHSS guidance on reopening school
The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education and the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services offer guidance on the reopening of school.
MSHSAA Guidance and Recommendations for opening sports and activities
On July 15, 2020, the Missouri State High School Activities Association (MSHSAA) and the MSHSAA Sports Medicine Advisory Committee (SMAC) issued these Guidelines and Recommendations for Opening Sports/Activities.