- RAYTOWN QUALITY SCHOOLS
Tuesday, September 11 Early Dismissal
Tuesday, September 11, Tuesday, October 30, and Friday, December 21 will be half-days for professional development. While we normally have early release on Wednesdays for Professional Development, these particular days are true half days. The following schedule shows half day dismissal times for all schools on true half days:
Secondary Schools (Dismissal)
10:27 a.m. Raytown High and Raytown South High
10:30 a.m. Raytown Success Academy
11:10 a.m. Raytown Middle, Raytown Central Middle, and Raytown South Middle
Elementary Schools (Dismissal)
11:50 a.m. Blue Ridge, Eastwood, Fleetridge, Norfleet, and Spring Valley
12:25 p.m. Laurel Hills, Little Blue, Robinson, Southwood, and Westridge
Herndon Career Center will only have a.m. session (Cosmetology will dismiss at 10:40 a.m.).
Northwood School will dismiss at 11:50 a.m.
No school at Three Trails Preschool and New Trails Early Learning Center.
Important Information about Lunch on Half Days
ALL Elementary Schools and Northwood School will serve lunch.
NO lunch will be served at the middle school or high school level, or at the Raytown Success Academy.
After School Childcare Information
Students who are not currently enrolled in Great Expectations will not receive child care after school. Please note that this is different from the Wednesday Care policy. If you have any questions, please contact the Great Expectations Office at 816-268-7086
NO after school care or study hall sessions will be offered at the middle or high school level. All middle school and high school students will be going home at the half day dismissal time.
Per board policy, a parent or guardian of a kindergarten student must be present at the bus stop when he/she is dropped off. Students who cannot be dropped at their designated stop because a parent or guardian is not there, will be returned to their school for pick up.
These half days are essential components for professional development of staff on curriculum and district initiatives, and we appreciate your cooperation and support as we hold our half days this year. If you have questions, please contact your school principal.