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2017 Tom Spooner Award!

Patrick Voight

The 2017 Tom Spooner Award Winner is Patrick Voigt! The Tom Spooner Award is given annually to an outstanding senior male athlete who demonstrates achievement in athletics, citizenship and academic excellence. The award is named for Tom Spooner, a Richfield High School athlete, who died from leukemia in 1959 and personified these criteria. Congratulations to all the young men who were nominated!

Left to Right: Cole Christian, Patrick Voigt, Evan Scribner, Max Krueger, Chase Androff, Kendall Sandifer, Davis Miles, Daniel Moreno, Antonio Maddox, Liam Hoppe, Jack Bowers
Teresa Stadem, Richfield College Experience  Program 
has been chosen as a finalist for Minnesota Teacher of the year. Eleven teachers from across the state have been named finalists in the 2017 Minnesota Teacher of the Year program. 

The selection panel meets again May 6 to conduct individual interviews with each of the 11 finalists and to cast votes for the 2017 Minnesota Teacher of the Year. 

Richfield Technology in Our Classrooms
Summer School Programs
Registration is now open for Richfield Public Schools Summer School.
Our district provides several choices for students and their families.
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Richfield Health Resource Center
Serving anyone ages birth to 18 who lives in Richfield or attends Richfield Public Schools. All medical services are free and no insurance is required to be seen by our Park Nicollet physician.
HOURS: Mondays & Wednesdays 1:00pm - 5:00pm
Location: Richfield High School  Door #9
7001 Harriet Ave. S.
Richfield, Minnesota
 (612) 798-6020


Dear Students, Families and Staff of Richfield Public Schools,


In light of ongoing national conversations around immigration. race and community safety, I’m writing to assure our community  that Richfield Public Schools remains fully committed to ensuring a safe and supportive learning environment for everyone, regardless of race, gender, class, religion, culture, disability, sexual orientation or any and all differences.  


The mission of our work in the District is “Richfield Public Schools inspires and empowers each individual to learn, grow and excel.”  We continue to remind our students and families that student needs and success are at the center of all of our work.


Our mission, goals and board policies align on the following work:

  • Ensuring an environment where all belong and are treated respectfully
  • Focusing on individual students and staff in the organization to support their success,
  • Providing an equal educational opportunity for all students.
  • Respecting differences and differences of opinion


In my conversations with the Board of Education, as well as ongoing conversations and observations throughout our schools, I am confident this commitment remains at the center of our work.  Please know that Richfield Public Schools remains fully focused on serving ALL students and families to achieve success.


We thank you for the continued opportunity to serve.



Steven Unowsky,
Superintendent Richfield Public Schools



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