The Raytown School District will host its annual Hall of Fame Induction Weekend Oct. 5 and 6.

The Raytown School District will host its annual Hall of Fame Induction Weekend Oct. 5 and 6. Six graduates of Raytown high schools will be honored by the district for their excellence in vocation and for their positive representation of the school district.
The class of 2012 includes -
Rhiannon Albertson Ally, Raytown South High School class of 1999 and a broadcast journalist in Florida. She is the anchor for the CBS morning show in Miami and was formerly at KCTV 5 in Kansas City. Ally also hosted Better TV’s syndicated entertainment show.
Dixie Kepley Arnold, Raytown High School class of 1960 and an educator at Vanguard University in California. She is a former elementary school teacher.
Howard L. Bell, Jr., Raytown High School class of 1950 and a retired Raytown School District educator. He was the first Coordinator of Music for the Raytown School District.
Tony Lowe, Raytown South High School class of 1970, pilot and an Accredited United States diplomat. His service includes time in Operation Desert Storm.
Dr. Robert Jones, Raytown High School class of 1964 and a retired physician and surgeon. He is the founder of Jackson County Orthopedics.
Jann Wynn, Raytown South High School class of 1970 and the founder of Wynn Twins School of Dance. She has been a professional dancer and choreographer for over 35 years.
Inductees will visit both high schools and have a luncheon with community members and school district officials. They will then be inducted into the hall of fame and recognized at the Raytown vs. Raytown South football game.
For additional information about the Class of 2012 or to nominate individuals for the Class of 2013, contact the Community Relations Office at the Raytown School District at 816-268-7000.