CTE stands for Career and Technical Education. Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs are a sequence of courses that integrate core academic knowledge with technical and occupational skills to provide students with a pathway to postsecondary education, industry training and certification, and lifelong careers.
We encourage you to try taking a stroll at home or on the way to school—we think it will be fun and refreshing. Let’s all bundle up and walk together on February 26!
Reports are submitted weekly from ICS on the progress of the Capital Facilities Projects.
We are excited about the opportunity to expand our hybrid learning program for secondary students 6-12, and we have already started developing a comprehensive plan to expand the hybrid program safely and effectively. You can find important updates and a timeline here.
We have exciting news! Because of the efforts of Richfield residents, the local case rate for COVID-19 is low enough to allow our PK-5 students to return to fully in-person learning.
We have exciting news! Because of the efforts of Richfield residents, the local case rate for COVID-19 is low enough to allow our students to return to the hybrid learning program starting the week of February 22.
On Tuesday, January 19, the Richfield School Board reviewed the 2021-26 strategic plan, Richfield Realized. We are excited to share the final plan with you.
At Richfield Public Schools, we want to be part of the solution—part of helping to realize Dr. King’s dream: that his children and children everywhere “will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.”
Information about the online course, "Connected: How to Show Up For Your Kids in the Digital Age" available free to RPS families through the Spark & Stitch Institute.
This update includes important dates for the transition of PK-5 students to the hybrid learning program.