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Main campus traffic pattern/detours 

When traveling to/from the main Raymore-Peculiar campus this fall, please be aware that School Road will be closed from Peculiar Way north to the Fire Station through Nov. 1. 

To help traffic flow smoothly:

•Parents dropping off students at South Middle School should enter from the north and will enter and exit using the northernmost entrance to the campus to drop off and pick up on the east side of the school.

•The second entrance from the north is reserved for bus traffic only.

•High School student drivers will use two entrances from 211th Street.

•Parents transporting high school students will enter from 211th Street and drop off/pick up on the west side of the school.

•Drivers needing access to both South Middle School and the High School will be able to use the bus connection road in front of the church. The best way to access both schools is to enter the campus from 211th Street.

•Drivers coming from Raymore may use J Highway, I-49, or Peculiar Drive to reach 211th Street.

Thanks for your patience during construction!

See this map for routes and detours during construction: Ray-Pec Campus traffic


School bell times

School

Grades

Start Time

End Time


High School
(Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday)

9-12

7:25 a.m.

2:45 p.m.


High School (Thursday)


9-12

9:33 a.m.

2:45 p.m.

Ray-Pec Academy
(Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday)

9-12

8:20 a.m.

2:45 p.m.

 
Ray-Pec Academy (Thursday)


9-12

9:33 a.m.
 
2:45 p.m.

Middle Schools

6-8

7:35 a.m.

2:50 p.m.


Elementary Schools

K-5

8:35 a.m.

3:50 p.m.

New students


Are you new to the Ray-Pec School District? Complete these Enrollment forms and visit your student's school to complete the enrollment process. If you are not sure what school your child will attend, please call (816) 892-1300.

School supply lists
Supply lists are provided for students in grades K-8. Because of the variety of high school courses, students in grades 9-12 should plan to have paper, pencils and pens. Students will receive supply information for specific classes when school begins.

Shull Early Learning Center
Bridle Ridge Elementary School
Creekmoor Elementary School
Eagle Glen Elementary School
Peculiar Elementary School
Raymore Elementary School
Stonegate Elementary School
Timber Creek Elementary School
Ray-Pec East Middle School and Ray-Pec South Middle School

Child Nutrition information
The Child Nutrition Department provides breakfast and lunch for staff and students. The department also provides meals and snacks for the Panther Pride Child Care program. You may check account balances and add money to meal accounts: https://RayPecK12.revtrak.net

When making meal payments, you will need your child's cafeteria PIN number. New customers will be asked to create an account. By signing into your Web Store account, you can see your student's meal account current balance and can receive low balance notifications via your provided e-mail address. If you need your student's PIN, send an email to rpchildnutition@raypec.org.

In addition, school cafeterias will accept payments for student meals once school begins. 

Check here for Free and Reduced Meal application information.

2017-2018 meal prices


 Elementary (PreK-5) Secondary (6-12)
 Lunch = $2.40 Lunch = $2.65
 Breakfast = $1.65 Breakfast = $1.75

Pay fees online


You may pay your student's fees at the school or online. Go to https://raypeck12.revtrak.net/tek9.asp?, and select your child's school. Begin with "Required School Fees." You may continue shopping to pay for activity fees or to make meal payments.
School Age Child Care
The Ray-Pec Panther Pride Child Care Program offers before and after school care for children (grades K-5) in a safe, well-supervised and fun environment. 
http://www.raypec.k12.mo.us/index.aspx?nid=668

Immunization requirements

All students must present documentation of immunization status, including month, day, and year of each immunization before attending school.
  • Kindergarten: Five immunizations
  • Incoming 8th graders: Tdap and meningococcal. (The Tdap vaccine helps protect adults and adolescents against 3 diseases: tetanus, diphtheria, and whooping cough. The Tdap vaccine may be documented as Adacel or Boostix. You may bring or fax the documentation to Ray-Pec East Middle School. The fax number is 816-388-4001. If you have questions, call the health room at 816-388-4011.)
  • High School: Two doses of meningococcal vaccine by 12th grade. In this two-series immunization, the first dose is given with the Tdap prior to 8th grade, and the final dose is required prior to the 12th grade year.
  • 2017-2018 Missouri School Immunization Requirements