Ritenour Facts and Figures
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Am I smarter than a middle schooler?
100

There are this many traditional (k-5) elementary schools are in the Ritenour School District?

6 - Buder, Iveland, Kratz, Marion, Marvin, Wyland

100

This Ritenour team won district titles in 2017 and 2019


Girls Volleyball

100

The RHS social justice club is called___


Game Changers

100

Smoothies are sold in the upper lobby on these two days of the week. 


Tuesdays and Thursdays

100

There are this many days in a leap year

366

200

This middle school was the site of Ritenour High School from 1921 to the late 1940s.

Ritenour Middle School

200

Ritenour has won the most state championships in this sport. 


Wrestling

200

The RHS robotics team is called___

Ritenour Robohounds

200

The band went on a trip to this city in June. 


Washington, D.C.

200

The first Olympic games were held in what country?

Greece

300

In 1893 a picture was taken of Ritenour students. A sign is in the background, and Ritenour is spelled______.

Ritnor

300

How many RHS alumni have played in the NFL?


2 -  DeRon Jenkins, and  Wendell Bryant

300

What milestone anniversary is the Pepper Box (school newspaper) celebrating this year?


100 years

300

Bill Chott is a famous Ritenour Alumni, but you might know him as this principal from Wizards of Waverly Place


Mr. Laritate

300

This planet is closest to the sun

Mercury

400

How many municipalities are within the district?


9 (Breckenridge Hills, Charlack, Edmundson, Overland, St. Ann, St. John, Sycamore Hills, Vinita Park and Woodson Terrace.)

400

The Ritenour Gym is named after this man, who served as Ritenour High School’s principal from 1927-1961.


OW Costilow

400

The RHS yearbook is called___


Melaureus

400

Students tried to avoid turning into a vampire when a bat flew into this part of the building last year 


Auditorium

400

This edible holder of a sweet treat was popularized at the 1904 Worlds Fair in St. Louis

Ice cream cone

500

Ritenour started in Buck school located near this present-day intersection.


Woodson and Lackland

500

The Wagon Wheel football game started in 1953 and was played on Thanksgiving weekend between Ritenour and this rival high school until the late 2000s.


Normandy

500

This is the numerical station number for KRHS?


90.1

500

Dr. Haywood played this sport while in college at SLU


Basketball

500

An angle with more than 90 degrees is known as this type of angle

Obtuse

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