Annual report about activities
At the June 24, 2021, School Board meeting, Activities Director Kirk Hipple gave a report on the Athletic/Activities Program in the district. Here are a few of the facts that he shared:
- 1,190 students were involved in one or more MSHSAA sponsored activities during the 2020-21 school year.
- Students who participate in MSHSAA activities have higher grade point averages than students who do not participate.
- Seven teams/activities qualified for the MSHSAA Outstanding Academic Achievement Award (team GPA of 3.5 to 4.0).
- Student clubs raised over $17,000 for scholarships, H8 Cancer, and Special Olympics.
- State champions: Football, Scholar Bowl, and Original Oratory.
- All-State athletes in eight different sports.
- School record number of gold ratings in choir.
- Speech and debate: five district champions, one state champion, and one event placing 12th in the nation.
- Girls golf competed as a team at state for the first time.
- Services provided by Ray-Pec athletic trainers saved families nearly $45,000 in treatment value, if sought elsewhere.
You can view the entire report: Extra-curricular activities
Students (grades 7-12) planning to participate in athletics must have a completed, current physical on file with the high school Activities Office before practice begins. This includes students who plan to participate in sports, marching band, cheerleading, dance, and color guard. Physicals are now good for two years from the date of the exam.
The form includes three pages. Any student without a current physical on file will not be allowed to attend practice/try-outs until submitting the completed form. (See instructions below.)
Change in process for Sports/Activity Physicals
For the 2021-2022 school year, the District is changing the process for activity physicals. Starting this summer, physicals will be submitted through a program called PRIVIT. Parents and guardians must create an account and create a profile for students under the age of 19. You will then use the PRIVIT app to submit the new physical. If your student has a valid physical on file at the high school, you do not need to complete this process until the physical is no longer valid (two years from the physical date). At that time you will need to complete the PRIVIT process.
Here are the instructions for using PRIVIT:
1. Go to the PRIVIT site: https://raypecathletics.e-ppe.com/index.jspa on your computer or visit the PRIVIT Profile App (available through the Apple App Store or Google Play) on your smartphone. On the app, search for "Raymore Peculiar Athletics."
2. As a parent/guardian for a student under the age of 19, you will register an account with your email address, and then add your student into the account. New users: Select "Register" to create a new account. Select your role as "Parent/Guardian" when registering. Once you create an account, you may log in with the same email address and password in the future.
3. Follow the on-screen instructions to submit your student's physical.
Ray-Pec Athletic Booster Club
The Ray-Pec Athletic Booster Club is a non-profit organization to encourage parent participation and to raise funds to enhance and expand the athletic programs available to students at Ray-Pec High School. The Booster Club provides financial support beyond the school budget to support all athletic programs at the high school. Sign up online