The Republic School District would like to invite any interested school community members to preview possible sexual education materials that are up for adoption by the school board on April 26th. The materials have gone through the district committee process and will be included as part of the curriculum for grades 4-8. You may preview the materials April 21 from 9:00-12:00 PM at the district administration office. Please reach out directly to the district administration office for any questions you may have.
over 1 year ago, John Farley
Republic School District is now accepting applications for the following open positions: (2) Full time paraeducators and (2) Full time elementary teachers. Complete job descriptions can be found on our website under the employment tab/open positions or by contacting the district office (509) 775-3173. Have a great weekend.
over 1 year ago, Chris Burnside
Support our Lady Tigers at their home softball game on Saturday, April 15th at noon. Wear as much orange as possible and join us in cheering for our team!!! Republic vs Wilbur-Creston
over 1 year ago, Judy Hamrick
Home Game 4/15/23
Mr. Winter's 5th Grade class traveled to Grand Coulee Dam for their ROAR Adventure. On the tour, students were allowed inside one of the three powerhouses where the power generating turbines are located. They were guided deep within the tunnels of the dam to depths of 250 feet below current water level. Lastly students were led to the top of the dam where they learned how hydroelectric power is created at Grand Coulee Dam and how the dam was created for irrigating the Columbia Basin and other parts of eastern Washington.
over 1 year ago, Mike McRae
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Early Release @11:30 AM on 4/13 and 4/14 for Parent/Teacher Conferences. Please reach out to individual schools or teachers for any questions you might have.
over 1 year ago, John Farley
Good morning! Here is a link to our newly built student and parent resource page. We will continue to grow our resources in hopes of fostering positive relationships, learning experiences, and personal safety. https://www.republic309.org/page/student-parent-resources
over 1 year ago, Shai Ah Loo
Attention 5th Grade Parents: Our next ROAR adventure is Wednesday, April 12th where we travel to Grand Coulee Dam. Due to the distance we will be away from school, please make sure to have your child properly dressed for inclement weather as we will be outside most of the day. Also, it may be a good idea to pack extra healthy snacks in addition to a school lunch that may be provided. It is important to inform parents this adventure will extend beyond the end of the regular school day. This will require you to make arrangements to pick up your child after school hours. Our return time will be approximately 3:15-3:30 on Wednesday, April 12th. Thank you for your help and if you have any questions, please contact Mr. McRae or Mr. Winters
over 1 year ago, Mike McRae
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Softball JV Scrimmage at 3 pm and 5 pm today. Hope to see you there!
over 1 year ago, Judy Hamrick
Softball Scrimmage
Good morning from the Republic School District. We are currently accepting applications for a Full-Time Junior High Teacher position and a Full-Time Elementary and Junior High Special Education teacher position. Both positions will start the 2023-2024 school year and are continuing positions. Complete job descriptions can be found on our website under the employment tab, click on open positions or by calling the district office @ (509) 775-3173.
over 1 year ago, Chris Burnside
Child Find Event Republic School District is conducting developmental screenings for children ages 0-5. Monday, April 17th 2023, from 9:00 AM to 2:30 PM. Specialists will be available to screen in the areas of Social/Emotional, Cognitive, Adaptive Behavior/Self-Help, Motor, and Communication skills. If you suspect your child (ages 0-5) may have a developmental delay, please contact Republic Elementary at 509-775-3327 to sign up for a screening appointment. Republic School District also identifies school-age students who may have a disability. A parent, teacher, or any adult who knows the student can make a referral at any time. If you have questions about how to make a referral, please contact Republic School District Special Education Services 509 -775 -3327.
over 1 year ago, Amy Sharbono
March Birthday Lunch!!
over 1 year ago, Shannon Young
March Birthday Lunch
Class Attendance Ice Cream Party! Congratulations 1st Grade, 4th Grade and 6th Grade for having over 90% attendance for the month of February!
over 1 year ago, Shannon Young
Class Attendance Ice Cream Party
CONGRATULATIONS to all the nominees and winners of this quarters I Make A Difference "Most Improved"! Next quarter IMAD is "Scholarship"!
over 1 year ago, Shannon Young
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Attention Parents! We are excited to announce that our school will be holding spring conferences on April 13-14. This is a great opportunity to discuss your child's progress and growth with their teacher. K-3 families needing to schedule a conference, please call the elementary office at 775-3327. If you have a 4th-grade student, please use this link to schedule a conference: https://calendly.com/aavila-4th/conference. For 5th-grade students, please use this link: https://calendly.com/swinters-6/springconference. And if your child is in 6th grade, please use this link: https://calendly.com/jzakar/. We encourage all parents to sign up for a conference and take advantage of this chance to connect with your child's teacher. Thank you for your continued support of our school!
over 1 year ago, Amy Sharbono
Reminder...No school April 3-7 due to Spring Break. We hope you all have an amazing break and happy Easter! We will see our students and staff back April 10th.
over 1 year ago, John Farley
Mr. Avila's 4th Grade class traveled to Dry Falls Visitor Center for their ROAR Adventure on Wednesday. Students were guided on a geologic history lesson by Ranger David McWalter of the Washington State Parks about the Great Missoula Flood and the unique landscape of the channeled scablands of eastern Washington.
over 1 year ago, Mike McRae
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Updated High School Softball Schedule
over 1 year ago, Dena Fletcher
3/29/23
Attention 4th Grade Parents, Tomorrow, Wednesday, March 29th, Mr. Avila's 4th Grade class will be traveling to Dry Falls Interpretative Center for their ROAR Adventure. Due to the distance we will be away from school, please make sure to have your child properly dressed for inclement weather as we will be outside most of the day. Also, it may be a good idea to pack extra healthy snacks in addition to a school lunch that may be provided. It is important to inform parents this adventure will extend beyond the end of the regular school day. This will require you to make arrangements to pick up your child after school hours. Our return time will be approximately 4:30-5:00 on Wednesday, March 29th. Thank you for your help and if you have any questions, please feel free to contact me or Mr. Avila. Mr. McRae mmcrae@republicsd.org 509.775.3327 EXT. 142
over 1 year ago, Mike McRae
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On Wednesday, Miss King's 3rd grade ROAR adventure took students to Stonerose Interpretive Center. Stonerose experts guided the class on the proper technique of splitting rocks to better find fossils. After lunch, students then learned how to identify different fossils using their scientific observation skills. Finally to end the day, students were allowed to gather fossils they discovered at the dig site and were also given a special tour of the Republic Historical Society Museum. A big thank you goes out to Travis Wellman, Andy Brockett, Madelaine Perry, and Mary Rourke for making this adventure possible and their support for the students of Republic School District.
over 1 year ago, Mike McRae
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St. Patrick's Day last week brought much fun to Republic High School. The STACC club (Students Taking Action for Community Change) hosted a 3 on 3 basketball tournament on March 16th. The team called Sum of 4 won the "Best Dressed" category as being crowned tournament champions. Also last week, National Honor Society hid a leprechaun every day for the RHS students to find. The daily winners received a gift bag loaded with goodies. NHS also taped hand written shamrock notes to every students locker in the high school. Way to go STACC and NHS for being positive leaders in the school!
over 1 year ago, Dena Fletcher
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