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.
Richland School District continues to grow and the Richland School Board is seeking candidates for a Facilities Planning Committee to help plan for new or expanded schools, including the district's third high school.
Jocelyn Bahena and Eddie De La Paz have long been good students. In middle school, though, they didn’t see how what they were learning each day could impact what came after they graduated.
Then they enrolled in AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) and their future began to come into focus.
Students from Hanford and Richland will take to track at Fran Rish Stadium on Sept. 25 to raise awareness about and help prevent teen suicide.
Carmichael Middle School students know that it is at the toughest times that community is the most important. See how the whole school came together to support two students tied to the school who are fighting cancer.