In accordance with the Diocese, government and health officials, Reitz Memorial High School will remain closed the remainder of the school year. We are proud of our faculty and staff for embracing this unforeseen journey, and applaud all that they are doing to ensure that a Catholic education is still provided to our students. We are thankful for our students who continue to impress us with their work and dedication through all of this. All of us at RMHS are praying for our community, especially for the sick, health care providers, public health officials, and all community leaders .
Additionally, with RMHS closed, that includes all extra-curricular meetings, athletic practices, games and events, school sponsored events, and fundraisers. We are working on rescheduling events, and once we have new information, we will share that.
If you have additional questions or concerns, please feel free to call the Business Office number at 812-474-2943 or John K. Browning, President, at 812-303-0007.
Please click here to review the letter from Dr. Daryl Hagan, Superintendent of Evansville Catholic Schools regarding the reopening of our schools for the 2020-2021 school year.
The EVSC will continue to provide “grab & go” meals for students at multiple schools beginning March 30. The “grab & go” meals include lunch, as well as breakfast. Meals will be available to pick up between 11:30 A.M. and 12:30 P.M. Monday, Wednesday and Friday at the listed sites. Meals are free to anyone 18 and younger, and students do not need to be enrolled at the school where they plan to pick up the meals. The USDA has eliminated the requirement for children to be present. Meals can now be issued to adults for their child or children without having to bring them to the pick-up site. One meal per child, please. Tables will be set up near the school entrance where students can grab a meal and go.