These Are Richland Schools
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.
We have more than 50 new teachers joining our schools this fall. All are excited to start the year and begin inspiring their students.
Have questions about how to enroll your child, where to find menus for school meals or what school supplies are required? Check out the answers to those questions and many others in our Back-To-School Guide.
Senior citizens: support our students when they take the field or the stage by applying for a Tri-Cities Senior Citizen's Gold Card.
Road construction on George Washington Way will affect vehicle and pedestrian traffic for the Early Learning Center, Jefferson and Sacajawea elementary schools and Hanford High School. Learn about designated pedestrian crossings, alternate routes and other steps students and families can take to stay safe and reduce delays.