Public invited to review Health Education materials

Richland School District parents and community members are invited to review instructional materials being proposed for teaching HIV/AIDS (grades 5 and 8) and Personal Growth and Development
(grades 5 and 6). Reviewers will have the opportunity to give written feedback to the Teaching and Learning Department. Due to the time involved in viewing DVDs, review of materials will be arranged by appointment only. The materials will be available April 21-25, 8:00 am to 3:00 pm, in the
RSD Teaching and Learning Department, 615 Snow Avenue. To schedule an
appointment, contact Ann Airey at 967-6004.

MSP is coming

The 2014 MSP is right around the corner! MSP stands for Measurements of Student Progress, the Washinton State assessment which all students will take April 29th through May 8th. 

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