Reports are submitted weekly from ICS on the progress of the Capital Facilities Projects.
Whether they were reuniting after a long summer or meeting for the first time, students, families and staff shared excitement and joy at the Sheridan Hills open house.
Students created pumpkins to look like their favorite storybook characters for the Storybook Pumpkin Patch in our media center.
Thanks to the longstanding partnership between the district and Wood Lake Nature Center, children build a background in natural sciences while out in the wilderness.
This walk-in clinic is not only available to RHS students, but all children and youth who live in or go to school in Richfield - from birth through high school graduation. It’s inclusive, welcoming and entirely free.
If you have a child entering kindergarten next fall, stop by one of our January open house events and discover what makes Richfield great! Your whole family is welcome to attend the open houses and no RSVP is required.
Chelsea Johnson graduated from Richfield High School in 2015 with one goal in mind - to become a teacher. Little did she know that she would end up back in her former Sheridan Hills kindergarten classroom! Read more about Chelsea's return to kindergarten - this time as the teacher!