Cold and flu season is here, along with ongoing cases of RSV and COVID-19. Read this update for information about staying healthy this winter.
As part of Native American Heritage Month, we are officially launching the RPS Land Acknowledgment for staff to begin using at large-group events such as concerts, plays, assemblies, etc. We also unveiled artwork that will be displayed at each of our schools soon.
Verónica Velázquez is the mom of six students who attend Richfield elementary, middle and high schools! An engaged parent, Verónica is part of the Richfield Latino Family Association (RLFA) and the Special Education Advisory Committee (SEAC).
Are you interested in getting more involved with the District? Consider serving on an Advisory Council this year! It is a great way to share your talents and unique perspectives.
Starting the week of Oct. 10, we will resume automated meal balance alerts. Read more for information about student meal balance reminders.
Our team will be prepared to support students and staff at all schools on Monday. We will work with partner organizations as needed to provide additional support for students or staff who need or want to talk with someone.
This year, instead of hosting our traditional open house events at the elementary schools, we implemented Connect & Assess meetings. We would love to know your thoughts. Did you enjoy the new format? Are there ways we can improve?
The Richfield Health Resource Center (RHRC) provides confidential, free and friendly healthcare. It is open to all children and youth who live in or attend school in Richfield, from birth to 21 years of age.
Learn how we are creating a multi-tiered approach to support the social-emotional health and well-being of RPS staff and students.
We were thrilled to have the opportunity to attend the Minnesota State Fair and spread awareness of ECFE programs with families!