We sat down with our 2022-23 student reps: Elsy Cruz Parra, Chimdalu Dibua and Paola Hernandez Zuniga. They shared with us why they serve on the school board, things they have learned by participating in meetings and how they stay involved in our community.
In her book The Purple Dot, Remi Axelson addresses the complicated topic of divorce in a way elementary students can easily understand it.
Richfield High School students in the yearlong Climate Crisis class are making a difference across the world — for the fourth year in a row! This semester, students finished putting together their “solar suitcase,” which was sent to Kenya last week to provide light to students at schools with no access to electricity.
Congratulations to Assistant Superintendent Dr. Latanya Daniels, who received the Champion of Equity - District Leadership award from the American Consortium for Equity in Education.
Congratulations to our League of Legends eSports team, who qualified for the Minnesota Varsity League State Tournament and will play at the Mall of America on Sunday, Jan. 15!
Canceling school is a complicated decision that impacts students, staff and families. Read the message from Superintendent Unowsky about today's decision to remain open.
Effective January 2023, any school closures may be used for distance learning (or e-learning). Find more information here.
The 2022-23 school year is well underway and I’m proud of all the accomplishments our students have made so far.
Join us in congratulating senior Elsy Cruz Parra for receiving the TWIST EPIC Award from Target through her Genesys Works Internship. TWIST stands for Target Women in Science and Technology, while the EPIC stands for Engagement, Passion, Innovation, and Curiosity in All Things STEM.
Schools and classrooms across the district celebrated Native American Heritage Month with special events throughout the month.