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Kindergarten Teacher Sees the Silver Linings of Going Online

"For Brittany Anderson, a kindergarten teacher at Sheridan Hills Elementary School in Richfield, the challenges of teaching online have been immense, but she has found ways to make it work.

One silver lining to come out of online learning, especially for younger students, she said, is the chance to establish a relationship with the child’s mother, father or even grandparents who may be watching over the process." 

Read more: https://www.hometownsource.com/sun_current/community/richfield/kindergarten-teacher-sees-the-silver-linings-of-going-online/article_fa619944-4ad4-11eb-9ac3-3ff02de0fa40.html

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Help Us Celebrate Mentoring Month!

January 2021 is National Mentoring Month, and we hope you will join us in saying "Thank You" to our incredible teachers, administrators and staff members that have worked tirelessly to ensure all our students still have acces to education, even if it might look a little bit different this year.

 
The Significance of MLK Day in 2021

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.”

Kindergarten & Preschool Virtual Open House

If you have a child starting preschool or kindergarten next fall, we invite you to learn more about our schools and why Richfield is a great place for your child to learn, grow and excel!

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At last night’s school board meeting, we recommended a return to hybrid learning for students in grades PK-5 effective Monday, January 25. This applies only to those students who were previously enrolled in the hybrid program. Please carefully review this detailed information if this transition applies to your child.

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Following the guidance from Governor Walz last week, we will remain in distance learning when we return from break, but we anticipate transitioning back into hybrid learning for students in grades PK-5 shortly after.

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To help ensure you receive information about programs and resources for your family, including events and activities at school, we are moving to an e-flyer system called Peachjar.

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