Now that the school year is underway and daily routines are in place, we want to take a minute to remind you about some of the many COVID-19 practices that are in place to help protect the health and safety of students and staff.
Please take a few minutes to learn more about the legacy of Reimagine Richfield and how it has helped to ensure that Richfield Public Schools are a great place to learn, grow and excel—for everyone.
Reports are submitted weekly from ICS on the progress of the Capital Facilities Projects.
As we wrap up our three-year construction project, we want to celebrate by inviting the entire Richfield community to tour your newly renovated schools! Open house events will take place at each school between September 25 and October 1 (coinciding with homecoming week!).
Welcome to the 2021-22 school year! This note from Principal Nancy Stachel includes lots of important information as you prepare for the upcoming year.
As we approach the beginning of the new school year, we have a few quick updates for you regarding our face covering policy, transportation boundaries and online learning options. In addition to these districtwide updates, you should also be receiving information directly from your child’s school with the school-specific information you will need to start the school year strong.
It is critical that we continue to support students academically as well as through increased social and emotional programs in this upcoming year. The U.S. government is providing additional funding through the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund (ESSER), and we are asking you to identify the funding priorities that are most important to you. Take the survey here.
We hope you are enjoying your summer! Here are a few quick updates about what we are working on for back to school—especially as it relates to COVID-19 plans. Because the situation could change and is influenced by CDC and MDH recommendations, you can expect additional updates leading up to the first day of school.
What do Kirby Puckett, Jr., local photographer Robert McLain, and Grammy Award-winning music producer Gary Hines have in common? They are all working with RPS students this summer through a new partnership with D.E.L.O.R.E.S. Works. Read more about this innovative program and listen to the recent interview with Al McFarlane.
Superintendent Unowsky and Asst. Superintendent Daniels sat down with KARE 11 and talked about what it took to eliminate the achievement gap in the 2020 graduation rate at Richfield High School.