News & Announcements
Our Summer Meals Program starts June 21 and will provide FREE meals for all children in our community Monday-Thursday through July 29.
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.
Beginning in the spring of 2021, Richland School District will use a new assessment to help gauge where middle and high school students are in their social-emotional learning and help them grow.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed a lot about schools and how they serve their communities but for Holly Hernandez, the historic event hasn’t changed her focus or determination to serve kids. That is why she is our nominee for 2021 Washington State Classified Employee Of The Year.
Is your eighth-grader interested in a science- or technology-related career or just looking for something different than the traditional high school experience? Have them apply for Delta High School for the 2021-22 school year!
Here is information to help you access Canvas or Zoom if ClassLink is not working.
RSD Transportation Department staff have finalized bus information for our elementary students returning for in-person learning and for middle and high school students coming into schools for in-person support
It’s time to get ready for school! Schools are opening with online instruction this fall and staff are excited to connect, work and engage with students so they can be successful. Here are details about enrollment, student meals, daily schedules, supporting student learning at-home and more.
Through technology, innovative teaching and collaboration with families, our new Virtual Classroom program will help students meet their goals and push their education forward while schools are closed in response to the novel coronavirus COVID-19.
The Richland School Board and district administrators will be in emergency meetings on March 13 to discuss when and how to close schools in response to the novel coronavirus COVID-19. The district asks families to begin making plans for their children in the event that schools close with short notice and for an indefinite extended period of time. Check out www.rsd.edu/coronavirus for the latest information.
The district has partnered with the state Department of Health to test every water fixture in some of our schools as part of ongoing efforts to have safe and healthy environments for students and staff.
It's that time of year again—make sure you know as soon as our schools are on delay or canceled due to inclement winter weather.
Wondering if your student could benefit from some additional academic enrichment? Learn what Richland School District's Highly Capable programs have to offer.
All students are invited to enjoy free breakfast in our schools Oct. 14-18.
We are excited to launch our new district and school websites so our families, staff and community can better learn about the great things going on in our schools and find the information they need.
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.
A $1,000 grant from the Dream Builder's Educational Network gave seventh-graders at Chief Joseph Middle School the opportunity to explore hydroponics this spring, sparking their curiosity about where their food comes from and potential future careers.
We will provide free breakfast and lunch this summer to children under of the age of 18 as part of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Summer Food Program For Children.
Join us in congratulating all our students recently selected for all-state and all-regional performing arts groups by state and national musical education groups.
Students at Chief Joseph Middle School had a surprise on Friday, Nov. 16 when James Mattis, the U.S. Secretary of Defense, paid a visit.
An after-school program focused on science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) projects at William Wiley Elementary and an aeroponic gardening project at Chief Joseph Middle School will benefit from $1,250 in grants awarded to those schools.
Student growth is about more than academics. From racing to the finish to encouraging each other to do their best, see Chief Joseph Middle School students show how they are building relationships during an adaptive physical education class.