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Raytown Central Middle School

 

Welcome to Raytown Central Middle School

Raytown Central Middle School has been a well-used building, serving many purposes throughout its existence. First opened as Raytown Junior High in 1955, it housed 7th and 8th graders. The following year 6th graders were added. Later it was used for 7th-9th graders. Still later, 9th graders from Raytown High attended school there during times of construction and overcrowding. Some time later it was used to house Early Childhood programs, testing and training facilities, and the district's Business Office.  Renovated and upgraded in 2006, the school is now open as the district's third middle school.   

notices & news

Raytown High School Students Earn National Honors in the Lead2Feed Challenge
05/19/2017
Raytown High School students in the leadership student organization, Jay Crew, and their sponsor Josh Reichert have secured a $10,000 charity grant and $5,000 in technology products for the school by finishing in the top ten of 5,000 schools participating in a Lead2Feed Student Leadership project. Raytown High School is the only school in Missouri to place in the top 15 in the nation.
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Board of Education Wins State Award
05/19/2017
The Raytown C-2 School District Board of Education will be recognized by the Missouri School Board Association (MSBA) for achieving the 2017 Governance Team Award.
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Raytown Schools Wellness Center to Offer Swim Lessons, District to Offer Free Lessons to Incoming Second Graders
05/19/2017
The Raytown Schools Wellness Center will begin offering swim lessons to Raytown School District students in kindergarten through fifth grade beginning in June 2017. The District will provide free swim lessons to all incoming second graders who attend school in the Raytown School District.
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Raytown Teacher Recipient of the Carole Ann Ladd Legacy Scholar Award
05/17/2017
Westridge Elementary first-grade teacher Alejandro Schlagel was named the Carole Ann Ladd Legacy Scholar Award winner presented by Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art.
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