Spring Parent-Teacher Conferences
Conferences begin Monday, March 22 from 2:30pm-6:30pm and Thursday, March 25 from 8:00am-8:00pm. These conferences are primarily focused on enrollment for the 2021-2022 school year and you should have received an invitation from your student’s advisory teacher to schedule a time to meet via zoom or over the phone. In preparation for these conferences, advisory teachers have met with their advisory students to complete the course selection process.
During these conferences, you will determine your student’s placement for in-person or virtual instruction for the 2021-2022 school year. If you are electing for your student to be virtual, offerings are reduced to the classes listed below. All other courses including, but not limited to, performance courses (i.e. Band, Orchestra, Choir), upper-level courses, (i.e. College Algebra, Chemistry 211, Composition 1) and co-curricular activities (i.e. Debate, Competitive Drama, etc.) will only be offered to students selecting in-person instruction.
Moving forward, in-person to virtual or virtual to in-person requests will only be permitted at semester and the request must be placed before the following semester begins. No requests will be granted once the new semester begins for the current semester.
If you have not done so, please discuss your student’s course selection for next year, they’re interest in activities, and their in-person or virtual selection. This is a collaborative process, so as questions arise, please feel free to reach out to your student’s advisory teacher, counselor or administrator. If you have any questions about Parent-Teacher Conferences, please contact Dr. Josh Luke at email@example.com.
Raytown High School's first graduating class was the class of 1907, composed of 12 graduates who had come from many rural school districts which had consolidated to become the Raytown C-2 School district in 1903. The school has expanded and been remodeled several times throughout the years. During the 1954-1955 school year, the school was so crowded that classes were held under the stadium, at the nearby bus barn, and in the cafeteria. Today, Raytown High School is known for outstanding academics and extracurricular programs.
Blue Ridge Elementary teacher Jana Caudle has been named the Raytown School District Teacher of the Year for the 2021-2022 school year.
The Raytown School District has been selected for the Best Communities for Music Education designation from the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM).
Several student-athletes from Raytown South High School earned postseason honors in the sports of basketball, girls swimming, and wrestling.
Several student-athletes from Raytown High School earned postseason honors in the sports of basketball, girls swimming, and wrestling.
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