KARE 11 Highlights Unity Day

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Centennial students celebrated Unity Day today with fifth-grade students helping to teach younger students about the importance of kindness, acceptance and inclusion. Unity Day is an event created by PACER's National Bullying Prevention Center to help prevent bullying. Thank you to KARE 11 for helping to tell this important story.

'The little kids look up to us' | Richfield 5th graders share bullying prevention message

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A group of prekindergarten graduates

Early childhood programs at Richfield Public Schools range from family education programs to preschool for 3s and prekindergarten for 4s.

Sarah Jesperson and Rachel Banks Kupcho standing with the Land Acknowledgement Unveiling

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.

Reporter interviews student

KARE 11 interviewed fifth-grade students about bullying prevention and how they helped teach younger students the importance of kindness, acceptance and inclusion.

Veronica Velazquez and Family

Verónica Velázquez is the mom of six students who attend Richfield elementary, middle and high schools! An engaged parent, Verónica is part of the Richfield Latino Family Association (RLFA) and the Special Education Advisory Committee (SEAC).