Attention 8th -12th grade Boys Basketball! There is an opportunity to play summer ball in a tourney at Kettle Falls after baseball season is over. You are interested, please reach out to Coach Harris on the Band App and let him know! He needs to let Kettle Falls know by Monday if there is enough players to form a team. Thanks and GOOOO TIGERS!
about 1 month ago, Dena Fletcher
Just a reminder that Saturday the 13th, is SENIOR ROSE for Baseball boys at Noon. We are excited to honor our Senior boys and their families. Thanks and GOOO TIGERS!
about 1 month ago, Dena Fletcher
Dear Republic Families, Kids Heart Challenge has officially kicked off, and we are so excited to learn how to keep our hearts healthy & happy! Check out our VIRTUAL ENVELOPE to learn more. In honor of the AHA’s 100th birthday, we are asking all families to follow these steps to join our team: Sign up TODAY at http://www2.heart.org/goto/Republic or by downloading the free AHA Schools App for Apple or Android Give or Get a Donation! SEND 10 emails/texts to friends & family in your HQ asking for a donation! A stuffed avocado with a smiling face Description automatically generated SPECIAL INCENTIVES: Every student who raises a donation between now and next Thursday will be entered into a drawing to win an Avocado Warmie!! WHY PARTICIPATE? To help us save lives! Students have the opportunity to raise donations and awareness for the American Heart Association, which helps us provide education in our community and fund research and development, all in an effort to lower the risks of America’s #1 and #4 killers, heart disease and stroke. ❤ THANK YOU ❤
about 1 month ago, Loren Finley
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Congratulations to Mr. Winter's 5th grade class for having an attendance percentage over 90% for the month of March! The class will be celebrating with root beer floats on Wednesday April 17th! GO TIGERS! #Commuitiesinschools
about 1 month ago, Shannon Young Communities In Schools
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Here is a link to a video of the 2nd grade ROAR trip to the Ferry County Conservation Greenhouse. The ROAR program would like to thank Mckenzie Coleman for capturing our day together. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MRckjJPe4xU
about 1 month ago, Mike McRae
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Parents: Beginning next week, your students in grades 3-8 and 10 will take the Smarter Balanced or the Washington Access to Instruction and Measurement (WA-AIM) tests in math and English language arts. In grades 5, 8, and 11, students will also take the Washington Comprehensive Assessment of Science (WCAS) or the WA-AIM science assessment. The results from these tests are one of many ways of understanding where students are in their learning relative to grade-level learning goals in math, English language arts, and science. For students in grade 10, the Smarter Balanced or WA-AIM tests can also be used as a graduation pathway. Republic students will take the tests online. Our school is scheduled to take the tests on the following days: ELA: (Changes to the testing schedule are immediately below) The 7th and 8th tests will be on Monday and Wednesday (April 15th and 17th). 10th will test Monday through Friday in the morning until the test is completed. 5th and 6th will test on Tuesday ant Thursday (April 16th and 18th) in the morning through 3rd period . Middle school will still attend electives during the 4th and 5th periods. Elementary Schedule April: ELA 17th: 4th, 5th, 6th Grade Reading CAT 18th: 4th, 5th, 6th Grade Reading PT 24th: 3rd Grade Reading CAT 25th: 3rd Grade Reading PT May: Math 1st: 4th, 5th, 6th Grade Math CAT 2nd: 4th, 5th, 6th Grade Math PT 8th: 3rd Grade Math CAT 9th: 3rd Grade Math PT May: Science 22nd: 5th Science Jr High and High School Schedule ELA: 7, 8, 10 - April 15-19 Science: 8, 11 - April 22-26 Math: 7, 8, 10 - May 6-10 For more information about the Smarter Balanced and WCAS tests, visit: https://ospi.k12.wa.us/student-success/testing/state-testing, and click on the name of the test. To try out an online Smarter Balanced practice or training test or WCAS training test, visit the Washington Comprehensive Assessment Program (WCAP) Portal: https://wa.portal.cambiumast.com/index.html and click the Practice and Training Tests button. The WA-AIM is an alternate assessment based on alternate achievement standards aligned to the Washington State K–12 Learning Standards for students with the most significant cognitive disabilities. For more information about the WA-AIM tests visit: https://ospi.k12.wa.us/student-success/testing/state-testing/assessment-students-cognitive-disabilities-wa-aim. Please call or email Loren Finley at (509)-775-3173 or lfinley@republicsd.org if you have questions about state testing. Thank you for continuing to work with us to ensure your student's success. Please let us know if there is anything we can do to better support your student in building their skills so they can have a future full of opportunities. Sincerely, Loren Finley K-12 Principal
about 1 month ago, Loren Finley
Today, April 11th there will be an early release at 11:30 am. No school on Friday. Have a great weekend!
about 1 month ago, Amy Sharbono
Greetings families! This is a reminder that tomorrow is an early release at 11:30 a.m. Conferences will be held on Thursday and Friday. There will be no school for students on Friday.
about 1 month ago, Amy Sharbono
Dear Republic Families, Kids Heart Challenge is kicking off on THURSDAY with a fun-filled assembly by the American Heart Association! Together, we’ll empower our students to have happy and healthy hearts and brains, while raising lifesaving donations to help others with special hearts. Help our school meet our goal by following these steps: 1: Sign up TODAY at http://www2.heart.org/goto/Republic or by downloading the free AHA Schools App for Apple or Android 2: SEND 10 emails/texts to friends & family asking for a donation! 3: Start Finn’s Mission to learn Hands-Only CPR & raise lifesaving donations to help special hearts ❤ Students who register before our kick-off will get a special shoutout in the assembly! Thank you for supporting our school and the American Heart Association!
about 1 month ago, Loren Finley
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Here is this week in Tiger Sports! Today- Home Varsity Baseball and Varsity Softball at 1 pm & 3 pm Wednesday- Home Junior Varsity Baseball and Softball at 1 pm & 3 pm Wednesday- High School Track & Field to Chewelah . Meet starts at 3:30 pm Friday- Home Junior Varsity Softball at 2 pm and 4 pm Saturday- High School Track & Field to Colville. Meet starts at 10 am Saturday- Home Varsity Baseball and Softball at Noon and 2 pm
about 1 month ago, Dena Fletcher
Good Morning!! We hope that you all had an extraordinary Spring Break. This week, we will host our Studen-Led Conferences for all High school/Middle School students. Don't hesitate to get in touch with your student's Advisory Teacher (See your Advisor Below). 7th Grade - Mr. Cromwell and Ms. Clark 8th Grade - Mrs. Finley and Mr. Thompson 9th Grade - Mrs. Cromwell and Mr. Antos 10th Grade - Mr. Theckston and Mr. McRae (Mr. McRae will be out for a few days.) 11th Grade - Ms. Bremner and Mr. Ducker 12thr Grade - Mr. Heinen and Mr. Corbin If you call the school, please ask to be put through to your student's advisor. The best way to contact them is via email. (Emails are provided below). Mr. Cromwell - bwcromwell@republicsd.org Ms. Clark - kclark@republicsd.org Mrs. Finley - tfinley@republicsd.org Mr. Thompson - dthompson@republicsd.org Mrs. Cromwell - scromwell@republicsd.org Mr. Antos - rantos@republicsd.org Mr. Theckston - ntheckston@republicsd.org Mr. McRae - mmcrae@republicsd.org Ms. Bremner - jbremner@republicsd.org Mr. Ducker - bducker@republicsd.org Mr. Heinen - dheinen@republicsd.org Mr. Corbin - scorbin@republicsd.org Conferences can be scheduled for Thursday afternoon and all day Friday. Elementary teachers will schedule conferences based on NEED or Parent Requests. If you have questions or concerns, please get in touch with Mr. Finley at 509-775-3713. Thank you! Loren Finley
about 1 month ago, Loren Finley
We hope all our staff, students, and families had a wonderful Spring Break! This week we have student/parent/teacher conferences with Thursday being an early release for students at 11:30 and Friday there will be no school for students. Please reach out directly to your school's office if you have any questions regarding your student's conference schedule.
about 1 month ago, John Farley
Mrs. Starr's 2nd-grade class continued their learning about soil and erosion with a trip to the Ferry County Conservation District greenhouse. The students learned about the qualities of good soil for planting flowers and experimented with different erosion control methods to prevent their popsicle stick "city" from being washed away by a "rain storm". Afterward, Rochelle Osborne and Naomi Hulse from the Ferry County Weed Board taught the students how to identify certain types of plants using Tootsie Pops. Following lunch in the greenhouse, Bill Chamberlin joined the adventure to share his love of birds as the students walked the conservation district property.
about 2 months ago, Mike McRae
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Please remember that Spring Break is next week and that there will be no school 4/1-4/5. The school district office will be open 4/2-4/4. School resumes 4/8 and have a wonderful break!
about 2 months ago, John Farley
This will be an all day event for all 7th-12th graders. We are excited to welcome guest speaker Demarco Fomby!
about 2 months ago, Dena Fletcher
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Here are the latest updated Softball and Baseball schedules. Goooo Tigers!
about 2 months ago, Dena Fletcher
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High School Spring Formal is coming up! Spring Formal will be held on April 13th, at the Ferry County Fairgrounds exhibit hall (upstairs). The ball will be held from 8-11 pm. Cost is $10 per person.
about 2 months ago, Dena Fletcher
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Republic Elementary students had the privilege of visiting Stonerose this week. Students and parents learned about the incredible geological history that occurred millions of years ago in Ferry County. They learned the technique to split the rocks and how scientists use critical thinking skills to identify different fossil remains. Mrs. Sage's 3rd-grade class will end their ROAR adventures in May with a trip to the fossil dig site.
2 months ago, Mike McRae
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Kindergarten did it again! Hooray for Ms. King's kindergarten class for winning Tiger Pride Friday for two weeks in a row! #CommunitiesInSchools
2 months ago, Shannon Young Communities In Schools
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K-8 Science News! We are grateful to the Curlew School District for hosting an exceptional Science Fair! Our students have achieved outstanding results, and we are immensely proud of them. Moments like these remind us of the particular community we're a part of here at Republic Schools. The hard work of our students, backed by the incredible support from our teachers and parents, really does make all the difference. Let's continue to cheer on our young scientists, nurturing their curiosity and watching them soar. #RepublicSchoolsPride #YoungScientists #ScienceFairStars
2 months ago, Amy Sharbono
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