• District Status: Closed, March 23-April 24

    Status Key: 

    Red = Closed, coronavirus precautions

    Yellow = Closed, regularly scheduled closing 

    Green = Open, normal operations

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  • In accordance with the latest CDC guidance, as a proactive measure to address the evolving COVID-19 pandemic, Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas issued a shelter in place order, effective 12:01 a.m. Tuesday, extending school closure to April 24, 2020.

    Raytown C-2 School District Closed (March 23 - April 24)

    As a result of this order, the Raytown C-2 School District will be closed March 23 through April 24. The Mayor’s order allows school districts, “to continue the important work they are doing to feed children and provide academic opportunities.”

    During this time, all district programs and activities - including Great Expectations Before and After School Care, the Raytown Schools Wellness Center, athletics, fine arts programs, and clubs - are canceled through April 24. Families are encouraged to stay connected to this page for any district-related events that might be affected in the coming weeks. We are receiving questions from families about larger events in May. Currently, no decisions have been made regarding events beyond the next few weeks. However, as we have shared throughout this situation, this is a very fluid event and one that we continue to monitor and update.

    The Raytown School District is closely monitoring information regarding the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). The District is maintaining open communication lines with proven and trustworthy sources including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Jackson County Health Department (JACOHD), and the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (MDHSS).

    The most up-to-date information regarding coronavirus is posted on this site. 

    The District will continue to carefully monitor the spread of the coronavirus. Should additional communication be necessary, messages would be shared via email, phone call and/or website post. 

    The Missouri DHSS has created a COVID-19 hotline to provide guidance and answer questions from citizens and healthcare providers.  The number is 877-435-8411. This number can be reached 24 hours a day, seven days a week and is being operated by medical professionals.

    Thank you for partnering with us to protect the health of our students, families and staff.

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  • Update: March 25, 2020

  • Mental Health Supports

  • Picking Up Medication

  • Planning for Virtual Learning Options

  • Graduation, Testing, and DESE

  • Residency & Enrollment

Internet Resources

  • We encourage families to ensure students have access to the internet at home, should the District close for an extended period of time. Some internet providers are offering free, low or reduced cost programs and resources for families. Please follow the links below for more information.

  • All Connect

  • Comcast

  • AT&T

  • Charter-Spectrum

Free Local WiFi

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    *Click the image about for a list of local businesses offering free WiFi

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