Senior citizens: support our students when they take the field or the stage by applying for a Tri-Cities Senior Citizen's Gold Card!
Students had a lot of questions for Lieutentant Commander Kayla Barron when the NASA astronaut returned to her hometown this past week. Whether answering those questions, showing students the work she engaged in on the International Space Station or working with a few on a space exploration-themed project, her message to students was to push themselves toward their goals.
The school was awarded a 2022 Partnership School Award from the National Network of Partnership Schools (NNPS) at Johns Hopkins University. This is the fourth time in six years the school’s Action Team for Partnership (ATP) was applauded by the national network for its work, with the organization specifically praising how the school’s efforts sought to address the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on students.
Richland School District is excited to announce it will bring a nationally-recognized orientation and mobility competition aimed at empowering and testing the skills of students with visual impairments to the Tri-Cities.
UPDATE 9/22/22: The survey on the draft strategic plan has closed. The Richland School Board will consider a final draft of the strategic plan for adoption in October 2022.
Richland School District has updated its latest draft of "Richland Ready," the district's 2022-25 strategic plan aimed at making sure every student is Richland Ready upon graduation.
While federal and state support for universal free meals for all students during the COVID-19 pandemic has ended, RSD will still support students in need. Here’s how our student meal program is changing, what that means for students and families and how you can help ensure students get the resources they need.
Schools in our district, from early learning to secondary.
From our preschool offerings to the new Promise Kindergarten program, our schools are helping students get a good start on their education.
Teachers holding a master's degree or higher.
Our schools offer multiple opportunities for students to pursue the arts so they can create, connect and explore what gives them joy.
Middle and high school athletics are just one of the ways we are engaging students and teaching them life skills.
Students named semifinalists for National Merit since 2016.
Our families and their children deserve the freedom to choose schools, programs and classes where they will thrive.
Staff members currently holding National Board certification or similar national credentials.