This summer, RPS students can learn something new, build friendships and explore new interests! These classes and programs are offered free of charge thanks to funds from the American Rescue Plan.
In RPS, as educators, family members and lifelong learners, we acknowledge the patterns of inequality that still exist today. Together, as a community, we have the power to create change and to bring about racial, social and economic justice.
Congratulations to Centennial social worker Chantelle Vaughn, who was one of ten educators across the nation to receive the 2022 Unity Award from PACER's National Bullying Prevention Center!
Director of Student Support Services, Christina Gonzalez, has been awarded the Park Nicollet Foundation 2022 Community Service Award for her leadership, dedication and commitment to supporting students and families.
Students and staff in early childhood and preschool classrooms are no longer required to wear face coverings, as long as the COVID-19 community level in Hennepin County remains in the low or medium range.
Learn about updates to our masking guidelines, effective Tuesday, March 8.
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.
We are pleased to confirm that we will be returning to in-person learning on Tuesday, January 18 (tomorrow)!
To help keep students healthy and prevent the spread of COVID-19, we are providing a free at-home rapid test for each RPS student.
The CDC has updated their COVID-19 quarantine guidelines. Following these new recommendations, effective immediately, our quarantine guidelines have changed. Please read this update for specifics and other important information.