These Are Richland Schools
Our Summer Meals Program starts June 21 and will provide FREE meals for all children in our community Monday-Thursday through July 29.
River’s Edge High School, with its small class sizes and project-based learning approach, will have an open house on June 2 for students looking for something different from their education.
Richland School District's fully online and teacher-directed K-12 school has a new name and will have enhanced offerings and be open to middle and high school students across Washington state beginning in the 2021-22 school year.
Patricia Thomas, who brings nearly two decades of experience working in school transportation from a bus driver to an administrator, will now lead Richland School District’s transportation department.
Holly Hernandez, kitchen manager at Chief Joseph Middle School, and Linda Johnson, lead ECEAP teacher at the Early Learning Center, are your ESD 123 Regional Classified School Employee and Teacher of the Year respectively.
Brian Ploghoft will be principal of White Bluffs Elementary while the Early Learning Center will have new leadership from Julie McDougall.
Explore how we are inspiring and challenging students while providing learning options for the needs of each family.
Student-to-teacher ratio in kindergarten through Grade 3 classrooms.
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 1:1 Technology Initiative is geared toward preparing students to work in the 21st century.
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 Action Teams For Partnerships (ATPs) build relationships within their communities so students can be fully supported.
Staff members currently holding National Board certification or similar national credentials.