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.
Enriching and Accelerating Learning
In our ongoing efforts to improve traffic safety during arrival and dismissal, we are working with the City of Richfield to install a “demonstration project” at two intersections near our schools. If you drive to pick up or drop off your child, please use extra caution during this time.
We are thrilled to share that we have made significant progress in our commitment to clean energy. Over the past decade, we've added 1.15 megawatts of solar across five of our schools, making us a shining example of rooftop solar for school districts.
Each year, students in grades 3 through 12 take the Minnesota Comprehensive Assessments (MCAs). Assessments begin in April and go through the beginning of May.
School district leaders from across the metro testified at the state capitol on education issues. Read more about our 2023 RPS Legislative Platform.
In early childhood classrooms, we create an environment where students see themselves, their racial identities, and their lived experiences every day.
In her book The Purple Dot, Remi Axelson addresses the complicated topic of divorce in a way elementary students can easily understand it.
Congratulations to Assistant Superintendent Dr. Latanya Daniels, who received the Champion of Equity - District Leadership award from the American Consortium for Equity in Education.
Effective January 2023, any school closures may be used for distance learning (or e-learning). Find more information here.
The 2022-23 school year is well underway and I’m proud of all the accomplishments our students have made so far.