Bus #3 was involved in a minor accident this morning during the elementary pickup. There are no reported injuries and all students are being transported to the Richland Elementary School. Prior to the school day, the students will be evaluated by the school nurse. Parents of students who were riding the bus will be notified.
In an effort to increase transparency with our families, friends, and community, the Richland School District has developed these public documents to illustrate the manner in which $3,462,592.00 in federal COVID-19 stimulus funds are being expended for the period of 2020 to 2024.
Richland After Prom Committee needs help selling lottery tickets to support our 2022 Post Prom Party! Tickets are $10.00 each for a chance to win up to $3,000.00 in scratch-offs. We also need parents to help plan our Post Prom Event at the high school on May 6, 2022. Please reach out to Courtney at (814) 244-7262 if you are able to help. Thank you for helping keep “R” kids safe!
Richland School District hosted nationally recognized speaker, Gerry Brooks, on Monday. His focus is on encouraging teachers to improve their instruction through personal climate and culture strategies. He is currently followed on these social media sites by over 500,000 people.