The most unique year, filled with challenges and successes, tears and laughter, distance learning, Google Meets and in-person reunions, has come to a close. Thank you to everyone —students, teachers, staff and families—who navigated the challenges that this year brought with grace and kindness.
On the morning of Wednesday, May 26, our students will have a very special start to the morning! At the beginning of the school day, students will be dropped off at Wilson Park, a short distance from the school. Students will be supervised by Centennial teachers and staff in the park and at all intersections.
Reports are submitted weekly from ICS on the progress of the Capital Facilities Projects.
Curious to know how technology has improved within Richfield Public Schools over the last few years? We were fortunate to already have Chromebooks set up for each of our secondary students prior to the pandemic. Along with all the pandemic-related challenges, IT Director Cory Klinge discusses livestreaming, smart boards in classrooms, portable hotspots, chicken cameras and more
We are collecting all school-issued technology between June 2-9. This includes Chromebooks, cords, snap-on cases and wireless hotspots.
Will Wlizlo, our Safe Routes to School Coordinator, talks about the work taking place in Richfield to help ensure students can bike and walk to school safely. Read the article on the League of Minnesota Cities website.
As you may have heard in Governor Walz’s announcement this week, he is loosening restrictions related to COVID-19 effective Memorial Day weekend. While this is good news, we want to remind you that the pandemic is not over and case rates continue to be high in Hennepin County. Please continue to follow best practices like regularly washing your hands, staying home when you are sick, etc. Here is additional guidance from the State of Minnesota.
Our Director of Student Support Services, Christina Gonzalez, spoke with Angela Davis about the demands & challenges of motherhood during a global pandemic. Listen on the MPR website.
As we prepare for the 2021-22 school year, we would like to know if you would prefer to enroll your child(ren) in an online program, hybrid program or in-person program.
Director of Student Support Services Christina Gonzalez discussed racial equity in early childhood on NPR's Early Risers May 5 podcast. Listen to the podcast and learn how to talk to young children about race and racism on the NPR website (May 5 episode).