News & Announcements

School Safety Event - August 31, 2022

Dear parents, guardians, and community members:

    The Richland School District will be hosting a symposium on Research and Recommendations on the Prevention of Targeted School Violence tomorrow (8/31/22), with registration beginning at 8:15 a.m. in the Richland Performing Arts Center.  Please see the attached brochure.    Representatives from the United States Secret Service, the United States Department of Homeland Security, and Cambria County EMA will be presenting from 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.   Over 130 individuals from across Pennsylvania will attend and various media outlets, including PCN.

     We share this information so that you know about the heavy police presence on campus tomorrow and to dispel any misinformation.  This event is intended for school superintendents/administrators, teachers, school mental health staff, police, first responders, fire/EMS, and School Resource Officers.    Registration is now closed, and walk-ins are not permitted.

Thank You,

Arnie Nadonley
Superintendent of Schools

Free school meal program for all school-age students ends

As the new school year approaches, we wanted to notify all parents and guardians that the federal program created during the pandemic which provided free meals (breakfast and lunch) to all school students the past two years has come to an end. During this time, the Richland School District was able to provide a nutritional breakfast and lunch each school day to all enrolled students of the Richland School District at no charge to your household under a waiver provided by the United States Department of Agriculture. This waiver has expired over the summer.

2022-2025 Comprehensive Plan

The Pennsylvania Department of Education requires each school district to prepare and submit a “Comprehensive Plan” as part of long-range future plans. Comprehensive Planning is a process used to ensure that all students are achieving at high levels. The plan will be available for public viewing for 28 days prior to school board approval.

Richland Teachers Donate Funds to the Richland School District Foundation

Representing the school district faculty, Brian Rozich is seen here presenting Superintendent Arnie Nadonley with a donation check for $448.29. This past year, the Richland Administration, Faculty, and Staff members donated nearly $11,000 to the foundation. Click this article to donate to the Richland School District Foundation today.
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