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.
MAP testing begins January 4!
The 2022-23 school year is well underway and I’m proud of all the accomplishments our students have made so far.
Schools and classrooms across the district celebrated Native American Heritage Month with special events throughout the month.
Early childhood programs at Richfield Public Schools range from family education programs to preschool for 3s and prekindergarten for 4s.
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.
KARE 11 interviewed fifth-grade students about bullying prevention and how they helped teach younger students the importance of kindness, acceptance and inclusion.