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Nutrition Services subs needed

The Richland School District is seeking applicants for the position of substitute Nutrition Services Worker. Paid training is provided. Work days are the same as school days; work times are usually between 10:00 am and 2:00 pm.

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U.S. Dept. of Education News

06/14/2018
Washington, D.C. - Today the White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (Initiative) announced the new membership of its Interagency Working Group (IWG) and held its inaugural meeting at the White House.
06/11/2018
Washington, D.C. — The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR) today announced a Title IX directed, systemic investigation into the University of Southern California’s (USC) handling of reports of sexual harassment against former employee Dr. George Tyndall.
06/07/2018
U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos today congratulated Kenneth L. Marcus on being confirmed by the U.S. Senate to serve as Assistant Secretary of Education for Civil Rights.
06/07/2018
U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos today announced that the Department will award St. Mary’s County Board of Education a Project School Emergency Response to Violence (SERV) grant in the amount of $189,202. This grant will support recovery efforts following the school shooting at Great Mills High School in Southern Maryland that left one student dead and another injured on March 20, 2018.

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Michael Shuen, Hanford High School
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Louise Bohl, Richland High School
 

Teachers learn more about Project Based Learning (photo gallery)

Over 70 Richland School District teachers used their first three days of summer break last week to get additional training on Project Based Learning. The training focused specifically on improving student centered learning, and giving students voice, personal path, and flexible futures through Project Based Learning.

 

Seattle 5th Avenue Award for Hanford High School drama

Hanford High School drama received one award Monday night at the Seattle 5th Avenue High School Musical Theatre Awards. Congratulations to Jake Isom who earned the award for Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role. Isom played Lieutenant Frank Cioffi in the school’s production of Curtains.

Judges evaluated 119 productions from 95 high schools around the state.

 

Jefferson nearing completion

Construction of the new Jefferson Elementary School is right on schedule and will open this August. Jefferson is the ninth and final project from the 2013 bond issue. All projects have been completed on time and within budget.

“The continual updating of our facilities ensures that all RSD students will learn in high quality educational environments," says Superintendent Rick Schulte.

 

Students celebrate after meeting challenges to show respect and help others (photo gallery)

A dance party and a principal duct taping were part of a fun celebration at White Bluffs Elementary School on Friday afternoon.....

  • The dance party was the reward for earning 4,000 PAW points for the third trimester; students earn PAW points for showing respect, making good decisions, and solving problems.
  • Principal Paul Chartrand challenged White Bluffs students to raise at least $3000 during the school’s Pennies for Patients drive; students met that goal and had the opportunity to duct tape Mr. Chartrand to the wall.
 

Star Dinner recognizes students for hard work and positive attitudes (photo gallery)

Thirty outstanding fourth and fifth graders from Jason Lee Elementary School were honored with a dress up Star Dinner Wednesday night at Lulu’s restaurant in Richland. Teachers Liesl Batdorf, Lyn Leyde, Crystal Silvia, and Megan Smith treated the students based on their excellent homework completion during the year as well as for their exceptional behavior.

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Crystal Silvia
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Lyn Leyde
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Liesl Batdorf
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Megan Smith
 

Richland School District seniors honored by Kiwanis Club of Richland (photo gallery)

The Richland School District's top graduating seniors were honored by the Kiwanis Club of Richland at the annual Senior Student Recognition Luncheon May 30 at the Shilo Inn. This year's event marked the 56th year that the Richland Kiwanians have honored the District's top seniors from Hanford High School, Richland High School, River's Edge High School, Three Rivers HomeLink, and Delta High School.

Image Title: Hanford High School.....Front row: Victor Kuan, Daniela Mendoza, Daniel Mars, Michelle Chou, Brienna Buchanan; Middle row: Rose Wang, Katrina Taylor, Kanako Kawabe, Haley Coleman, Sydney Porter, Cassandra Baune; Back row: Michael Shuen, Areeb Aftab, Zachary Peterson, Fletcher Smith, Chase Freeman, Evan DeSteese.
Hanford High School.....Front row: Victor Kuan, Daniela Mendoza, Daniel Mars, Michelle Chou, Brienna Buchanan; Middle row: Rose Wang, Katrina Taylor, Kanako Kawabe, Haley Coleman, Sydney Porter, Cassandra Baune; Back row: Michael Shuen, Areeb Aftab, Zachary Peterson, Fletcher Smith, Chase Freeman, Evan DeSteese.
 

Hanford High student earns national award for leadership and volunteerism

The National WWII Museum in New Orleans has named Hanford High School student Hannah Doyle as a 2018 Billy Michal Student Leadership Award recipient. The national honor is awarded annually to one student in every state who has maintained a strong record of volunteerism, demonstrates school and community activism, and helps implement creative solutions to recognized problems.

Throughout her time at Hanford High, Doyle has demonstrated leadership, initiative, and a passion for community service, much of which has been related to WWII.

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Serve on Richland Education Foundation board

Do you want to help make sure RSD students and teachers have enough resources to be successful? If so, you should consider serving on the board of the Richland Education Foundation. Since 1993, the Foundation has awarded over $247,000 in grants to support Richland schools. For more info, call 528-9102 or REFfoundation@gmail.com

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Baby Elephant Walk - Richland High Jazz Band I Baby Elephant Walk - Richland High Jazz Band I
Construction Photos - Jefferson Elementary Construction Photos - Jefferson Elementary
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Upcoming Events

School Board Meeting Jun 26 :  6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
School Board Meeting
District Administration Bldg.
Jul 4
Independence Day
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Sydnie Nguyen, Richland High School
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Faith Brown, Hanford High School - Passing the Torch exhibit