The civil rights movement is not a chapter in History class. It is here and it is now. As educators, it is our job to support and empower students through these challenging times. Please read our statement on where we stand as a district.
New RMS families are invited to attend this live online orientation to learn more about Richfield Middle School. Distance learning students can also sign up for an in-person tour.
We want to hear from you! Tell us how we're doing in our annual Family & Community Survey. Results will be used to evaluate our work and provide feedback for reflection and improvement.
In Richfield Public Schools, creating an environment where students not only feel connected and supported, but also one where students want to return to after graduation is an accomplishment that we are proud of. We are thrilled to welcome RHS alum Ms. Rosas back into our District, this time as a teacher, with dreams of her own to support and inspire her students.
In Richfield Public Schools, we pride ourselves on our open, welcoming community. We want every student, family and staff member to feel supported and valued.
Learn how this change will help us to clearly, accurately and consistently communicate learning progress and achievement to students and families.
We would like to share with you the plan to expand our in-person program for elementary students. Starting on Wednesday, March 17, all elementary students who have been on a waitlist for hybrid/in-person learning will be able to attend school five days per week.
We enjoyed our Winter Walking Day with an outdoor Winter Parade and some delicious hot chocolate!
We encourage you to try taking a stroll at home or on the way to school—we think it will be fun and refreshing. Let’s all bundle up and walk together on February 26!
We have exciting news! Because of the efforts of Richfield residents, the local case rate for COVID-19 is low enough to allow our PK-5 students to return to fully in-person learning.