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Annual Family and Community Survey

Annual Family and Community Survey

We want to hear from you!

Tell us how we’re doing in our mission to “inspire and empower each individual to learn, grow and excel.” Results will be used to evaluate our work and provide feedback for reflection and improvement.

Survey Directions: Please complete this survey by selecting the response that is most appropriate for you. If you are a parent/guardian, please complete this survey for each school in which you have students enrolled; you will have the opportunity to select another school after you respond to the initial school you selected. Please complete this survey by Friday, April 23.

Thank you for your time. Your feedback really matters to us!

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Richfield High School Entrance

On May 5 & 19, interested 8th-grade students, as well as current RHS distance learning families, can tour Richfield High School. Tours last approximately 30 minutes. Sign up for a time that works for you. We look forward to meeting you and showing you our newly renovated spaces!

 

Student Walkout Policy

As a District, we prepare for the possibility of student walkouts in a way that supports peaceful assembly, while maintaining a safe learning environment. 

What We Stand For

The civil rights movement is not a chapter in History class. It is here and it is now. As educators, it is our job to support and empower students through these challenging times. Please read our statement on where we stand as a district.

Annual Family and Community Survey

We want to hear from you! Tell us how we're doing in our annual Family & Community Survey. Results will be used to evaluate our work and provide feedback for reflection and improvement.

Richfield High School: Where Dreams Are Realized

In Richfield Public Schools, creating an environment where students not only feel connected and supported, but also one where students want to return to after graduation is an accomplishment that we are proud of. We are thrilled to welcome RHS alum Ms. Rosas back into our District, this time as a teacher, with dreams of her own to support and inspire her students.

Hate Has No Place Here

In Richfield Public Schools, we pride ourselves on our open, welcoming community. We want every student, family and staff member to feel supported and valued.

Expanded 6-12 Hybrid Program

We are excited to share with you the plans for the expanded hybrid programs at the secondary level. Hybrid learning students in grades 6-12 will be able to attend in person four days per week. Distance learning is still an option for all students.

In-Person Learning for Elementary Students

We would like to share with you the plan to expand our in-person program for elementary students. Starting on Wednesday, March 17, all elementary students who have been on a waitlist for hybrid/in-person learning will be able to attend school five days per week. 

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