At today's ribbon-cutting ceremony at Whataburger in Raymore, the business donated $1,000 to the Ray-Pec Public School Foundation. Ray-Pec High School students sang the National Anthem as part of the ceremony. Thanks, Whataburger, for partnering with Ray-Pec!
about 14 hours ago, Raymore-Peculiar School District
Whataburger in Raymore donates $1,000 to the Ray-Pec Public School Foundation
A group of people gathers around an orange ribbon at the ceremony at Whataburger
Ray-Pec High School students prepare to sign the National Anthem
Library Media Specialists at three schools received a grant of $750 to purchase non-fiction books for use by students in the Success Academy program. Success Academy is an alternative education program for students in grades K-8. Librarians Janet Bader (Creekmoor Elementary), Heather Poland (Eagle Glen Elementary), and Kelly Testerman (Timber Creek Elementary) applied for the grant. Holding the giant check are Kristie Farris, Success Academy Administrator, Teacher Shaylen Boze, and Teacher Katie Fernandez. Others pictured, from left: School Board President Ruth Johnson, Superintendent Dr. Mike Slagle, Foundation Board Member Kristi Schumacher, Foundation Executive Director Jodie Huston, Success Academy Instructional Coach Amanda Barr, and Foundation Board Member Cathy Wansing.
about 14 hours ago, Raymore-Peculiar School District
Success Academy Staff hold giant check
Mental Health Professionals Alexis Myers and Sarah Martin received a $600 grant to purchase sandtray therapy supplies. Pictured from left: School Board President Ruth Johnson, Sarah Martin, Foundation Executive Director Jodie Huston, Foundation Board Member Cathy Wansing, Alexis Myers, and Superintendent Dr. Mike Slagle.
about 14 hours ago, Raymore-Peculiar School District
Sarah Martin and Alexis Myers hold a giant check
Dr. Bryan Pettengill, Assistant Superintendent for Operations, was the guest speaker on Feb. 1 at the Belton-Raymore Rotary Club. He talked about the Proposition RP-1 tax levy transfer issue that will be on the April 4 ballot. He also provided an update on Proposition S construction projects.
about 17 hours ago, Raymore-Peculiar School District
Dr. Bryan Pettengill at a podium at the Feb. 1, 2023, Rotary Club meeting.
These buses are delayed this morning: 5, 6, 7, 9, 11, 12, 15, 16, 17, 18, 21, 30, and 38. There is difficulty getting all buses started due to the cold temperatures. Routes could be delayed 15 to 20 minutes.
3 days ago, Raymore-Peculiar School District
Announcement graphic
Eat dinner tonight at Culver's in Raymore! On Thursday, January 26th from 5pm - 8pm. Culver's will donate 10% of all sales to the RPHS Athletic Booster Club!
8 days ago, Raymore-Peculiar High School
Culver's Booster Club Flyer
The School Board tonight recognized East Middle School Theatre Teacher Adam Segura for an award he received last fall. Segura received the Outstanding New Teacher Award from the Speech and Theatre Association of Missouri, or STAM. This award is given annually to a teacher in their 3rd to 5th year of teaching. Mr. Segura is in his 4th year of teaching, and his entire teaching career has been in the Ray-Pec School District. He was nominated for the award from Dane Schnake, speech and theatre teacher at Ray-Pec High School. Dane received this award in 2020. Adam Segura is pictured with Board Member Carol Barnes.
8 days ago, Raymore-Peculiar School District
Teacher Adam Segura and Board Member Carol Barnes
The Ray-Pec School Board tonight recognized Senior Peyton Koper on her 5th place finish at the state tennis tournament last fall. She’s the first-ever girls tennis two-time state medalist in Ray-Pec school history. She finished 4th as a sophomore and 5th as a senior. She plans to continue her playing career at Washburn University. Peyton is pictured with Board Member Carol Barnes.
8 days ago, Raymore-Peculiar School District
Student Peyton Koper with Board Member Carol Barnes
Thanks to the Community Bank of Raymore for donating a total of $3,000 to the Ray-Pec Public School Foundation! This picture shows the presentation of the bank's gift of $2,000. An additional $1,000 came as a result of the bank receiving a special award. Community Bank of Raymore received the 2022 Forvis Award for Excellence and Innovation for its annual “Stuff the Bus” School Supply Drive and Operation: Gratitude efforts. This award recognizes Missouri Independent Bankers Association (MIBA) member banks that make extraordinary use of innovative ideas and demonstrate commitment to their employees, customers, and community. In addition to the recognition, Forvis contributed $1000 to the bank to give to the charity of its choice. Thanks, Community Bank of Raymore, for selecting the Ray-Pec Public School Foundation as the recipient charity.
9 days ago, Raymore-Peculiar High School
CRB gives to foundation
Due to inclement weather, Ray-Pec schools will have a virtual instruction day, today, Wednesday, Jan. 25. Students will learn from home.
9 days ago, Raymore-Peculiar School District
Image of keyboard with words "Ray-Pec Virtual Learning Day Jan. 25, 2023"
Congratulations to former Ray-Pec High School baseball coach Gary Renshaw, for being inducted into the Missouri High School Baseball Coaches Association Hall of Fame on Jan. 21 at the annual coaches association meeting in Jefferson City. He had an overall record of 333-312; with five conference Championships; six District Championships; and three Elite 8 appearances. Congratulations to Coach Brandon Ransom on being named Assistant Coach of the Year!
10 days ago, Raymore-Peculiar High School
Coach Renshaw with family and friends
Coach Renshaw and Coach Ransom
Ray-Pec High School announces the candidates for Courtwarming Royalty! The Courtwarming dance is scheduled from 8 to 11 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 4, at Ray-Pec High School.
11 days ago, Raymore-Peculiar School District
Top row, from left: Reid Teale, Kyler Albertson, and Vandin Bennefeld.  Front row: Avery Ernst, Jill Fairchild, and Miranda Duffeld
Top row, from left: Austin Robinson, Terin Nickles, and Devin Fisher.  Front row: Dulce Dunham, Paisley Park (not pictured), and Aronee’ Graves.
Top row, from left: Javen Johnson, Joseph Boyce, and Ryker Nelson.  Front row: Kaydence Orlick, Bella Davies, and Deja Lindly.
Top row, from left: Andrew Brokaw, Brady Dillon, Treyton Hipple, Dawson Jones, and Jackson Green.  Front row: Abby Hellums, Gabriela Vides, Stephanie Aguilar, Mikayla Ernst, and Rinna Goodson.
Raymore-Peculiar schools and offices are closed today in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
18 days ago, Raymore-Peculiar School District
Quote by Martin Luther King Jr. about education
Attention! If you plan to attend the Boys Basketball C-team games today (Jan. 11) at Truman High School, please enter through the East Entrance. Other events are also taking place today at Truman, and this will help traffic flow. (The East Entrance faces the football field.)
23 days ago, Raymore-Peculiar School District
Aerial map of Truman High School campus
Thanks to Amy Bowden - American Family Insurance, Peculiar, for collecting board games for The Refuge! On Friday, Jan. 6, Amy presented about 30 board games to Ray-Pec Public School Foundation Executive Director Jodie Huston, and Foundation Board Member Ashley Crowe. The games will be used when The Refuge opens for middle school students on the second Friday of each month. Thanks, Amy! From left: Jodie Huston, Amy Bowden, and Ashley Crowe.
25 days ago, Raymore-Peculiar School District
Foundation Executive Director Jodie Huston, Amy Bowden, and Foundation Board Member Ashley Crowe
Amy Bowden collected board games
Amy Bowden collected board games
Amy Bowden collected board games
On Wednesday, ground was broken for a new Performing Arts Center! The new PAC will seat 771 and will be completed in Spring 2024. Thanks, Ray-Pec community, for approving the 2021 Prop S Bond Issue. #raypec #forwardandbetter PT:2
28 days ago, Raymore-Peculiar School District
Superintendent Dr. Mike Slagle
Preparing to break ground
Breaking Ground
In front of Ray-Pec Highschool
On Wednesday, ground was broken for a new Performing Arts Center! The new PAC will seat 771 and will be completed in Spring 2024. Thanks, Ray-Pec community, for approving the 2021 Prop S Bond Issue. #raypec #forwardandbetter
28 days ago, Raymore-Peculiar School District
Student Sav Jordan giving speech
Board President Ruth Johnson giving speech
Theater teacher Todd Schnake giving speech
Choir teacher Steven Rew giving speech
Thank you, Belton-Raymore Rotary Club, for donating $5,000 to the Ray-Pec Public School Foundation. Today, the club presented the money to Foundation Executive Director Jodie Huston after learning more about the Foundation during the lunchtime meeting. The funds were part of the proceeds from the Rotary Club's annual golf tournament. Pictured from left: Allison Bruflat, Ray-Pec Foundation Board President; Jodie Huston, Foundation Executive Director and Rotarian; Eric Collins, Foundation Board Member and Rotarian; and Sonja Abdelgawad, Rotary Club President.
30 days ago, Raymore-Peculiar School District
Belton-Raymore Rotary Club donating 5,000 to the Ray-Pec Public School Foundation
Workers installed waterproofing over the DensGlass Sheathing on the exterior of the Ninth Grade Center on Jan. 3, 2023. The Ninth Grade Center is scheduled to open in August 2023.
30 days ago, Raymore-Peculiar School District
Ninth Grade Center Construction Progress Jan. 3, 2023
Students in the Panther Pride School Age Child Care program at Eagle Glen Elementary School collected more than 200 food items for the West Central Community Action Agency!
about 1 month ago, Raymore-Peculiar School District
EG Panther Pride Students
Panther Pride Canned Food Items
EG Panther Pride Students