New Richmond Exempted Village School District
212 Market Street
3rd Floor
New Richmond, OH 45157
P 513-553-2616
F 513-553-6431
NREVSD District Calendar
5/19/2014 - NREVSD School Board Meeting
5/23/2014 - Last Day For Students
5/26/2014 - Memorial Day
5/27/2014 - Teacher Work Day 
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NREVSD District News
Catch up on NREVSD happenings
Spring is a busy season in the New Richmond Exempted Village School District. Catch up on district happenings with these videos including the Troubadours bringing home the gold from Orlando to Monroe Elementary and New Richmond Elementary prepping for the Ohio Achievement Assessments. 
NREVSD saddened by loss of Joe Middeler
The New Richmond Exempted Village School District lost a popular coach and a loyal district supporter April 18 when Joe Middeler was killed in a mowing accident at his home near Moscow. “This is a tragic loss for our district and the NR community,” said NREVSD Supt. Adam Bird. “Joe was a popular coach and school supporter for decades and will be missed.” 
NREVSD receives Auditor of State Award
New Richmond Exempted Village School District's excellent record keeping has earned it a second consecutive Auditor of State Award after a financial audit by Auditor of State Dave Yost's office. The Auditor of State Award is presented to local governments and school districts upon the completion of a "clean" financial audit.  
Reds Showcase Game rescheduled for May 3
The Cincinnati Reds High School Showcase Game vs. Bethel has been rescheduled for Saturday, May 3rd at 7:00 PM. It will be the last of three games played that day at the University of Cincinnati's Marge Schott Stadium. Tickets purchased... 
A Message About NREVSD Technology
Let me start by sharing how great students have been over the past couple of weeks. NREVSD has been Field Testing Computer-Based Online assessments in preparation for all paper-based state assessments to go online next year.  
Students saying 'Yuck' to nutrition guidelines
NREVSD food service director Brenda Young has estimated to the Board of Education that student rejection of federal and state mandates that 51 percent of all grains offered in cafeterias to be whole grain rich and that all food trays must contain a fruit or vegetable will result in a 56,500 fewer meals being served in district cafeterias this school year.  
BOE schedules strategic planning meetings
The Board of Education of the New Richmond Exempted Village School District has scheduled special board meetings for April 14 and April 28 for the purpose of strategic planning. Both meetings are open to the public and will be held at 6 p.m. in the Board room on the third floor of the Market Street School Building. 
School Board approves make-up schedule
The Board of Education has approved Friday, April 18 as a Blizzard Bag day to make up one of the two calamity days the New Richmond Exempted Village School District must make up according to Ohio House Bill 416. Approval of the Blizzard Bag assignment will allow the school year to end on May 23 instead of students coming back for one day after the Memorial Day weekend.
Breakfast with Easter Bunny is Saturday
The New Richmond High School After Prom Committee will hold its annual Breakfast with the Easter Bunny Saturday, April 5 from 9 to 11 a.m. at the NRHS Cafeteria. Menu includes choice of waffles or omelet with bacon, coffee and juice. Cost is $4 for ages 1-10 and $5 for ages 11 and older.  
Monroe art a hit in Columbus
It isn’t an easy task for Monroe Elementary visual arts teacher Adrian Hawk to single out individuals from her talented pool of young artists who fill about every blank space on the walls of their school with their artwork. Rosemary Wildey, grade 2, and Freyah Stacy, grade 3, made her job easy this year when she went looking for artwork to recommend for display in Columbus during the month of March.  
Chamber honors LCE’s Kathy Wilson
Locust Corner teacher Kathy Wilson was honored at the Clermont County Chamber of Commerce’s Salute to Leaders Banquet which honored non-elected individuals or organizations that made a major contribution to the quality of life in Clermont County in 2013. 
LCE raises $963 for Leukemia Society
Losing two days of their fund drive to snow days didn’t slow down Locust Corner Elementary’s giving spirit during its annual Pennies for Patients drive for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. “In a two week period, with snow days included, LCE raised $963.00,” noted LCE Student Council advisor Erin Parker. 
2013-2014 NREVSD enrollment totals
NREVSD 2013-2014 Enrollment by Grade
PS 24 0 60    
K 76 55 62    
1 57 65 61    
2 70 59 53    
3 66 52 55    
4 69 59 66    
5 53 71 75    
6 76 69 66    
7       175  
8       195  
9         200
10         186
11         161
12         188
Total 491 430 498 370 735
Ethnicity of Enrolled Students
Native American 0 1 0 0 2
Asian 4 2 0 1 2
African American 1 3 11 1 7
White 460 417 461 347 695
Hispanic 7 2 4 10 11
Multi 18 5 22 10 18
Haw/Pac Islander 1 0 0 1 0
Total Enrollment 491 430 498 370 735


Students on Free/Reduced Lunch
PS     15    
K 24 28 33    
1 10 23 42    
2 24 17 35    
3 18 18 33    
4 21 24 41    
5 16 27 40    
6 23 24 36    
7       79  
8       82  
9         73
10         70
11         60
12         48
Total # 136 161 275 161 251
NREVSD Schools
New Richmond High School 
New Richmond Middle School
Locust Corner Elementary
Monroe Elementary
New Richmond Elementary
Mission Statement
The New Richmond Schools, in partnership with the parents and community, will provide a comprehensive educational experience in a safe and nurturing environment preparing students for the highest levels of personal achievement and graduating students able to demonstrate confidence, leadership, and responsibility.
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