We have two questions on the ballot in November. Question #1 renews the existing technology levy and Question #2 replaces our current operating levy. Learn more about how they support student learning and where you can vote.
We teach students self-talk to help them succeed as they learn new things. We explain that the brain is a muscle to develop and that they are capable of learning. You can model this at home, too!
If your child rides the school bus, we invite you to sign up for Ride 360. This app provides real-time mapping for your child’s school bus location and easy access to information like their bus number, bus stop location and bus stop time.
We believe that all students should experience academic rigor and a pace that is challenging but doable. This is what makes our Talent Development program different from a traditional Gifted and Talented model.
Our elementary summer program was a success! Students enjoyed learning, playing games and participating in exciting, hands-on activities. As students explored and learned, they also built lasting connections with their teachers and peers, making the summer both educational and fun-filled.
The Richfield Health Resource Center (RHRC) will re-open for the 2023-24 school year on Wednesday, August 2! The clinic will be open on Mondays and Wednesdays from 1-5 p.m.
For easy school shopping, print and download a PDF list of school supplies by grade level.
We thoroughly enjoyed our time at the Twin Cities Pride Festival this year! We had the opportunity to connect with so many wonderful individuals who share our commitment to celebrating diversity and promoting acceptance for all.
Visit the Central Education Center this summer to enroll your child in any grade or school.
The Minnesota Department of Education released the 2022 graduation rates. We are excited to share that we have made consistent gains in many areas and that Richfield High School’s four-year graduation rate (88.9%) exceeds the statewide graduation rate of 83.6% by 5.3 percentage points.