NRHS Alumni

Alumni Directory Project

The New Richmond Schools Education Foundation has partnered with Publishing Concepts Inc., a Texas-based publisher, to produce New Richmond High School’s first-ever alumni directory for all classes.

PCI began reaching out to alumni in late 2017 and will continue to do so in early 2018. Alumni may receive postcards, emails or phone calls from the publisher as it attempts to update or confirm contact information.

We hope you will help make the directory a success by participating. It is free and voluntary to participate.

If you have been contacted by PCI, thank you for sharing your contact information.

New Richmond High School has more than 9,000 alumni! The directory will provide an easy way for former classmates to reconnect with each other. The directory also will include a geographic section, historical timeline, musical tributes and some cool photos. 

PCI will let you know how to purchase a directory, which will be available in hard copy and electronic form by fall 2018.

Please provide your updated contact information by submitting the form below or by calling PCI toll free at 1-855-376-4096. 

A portion of the proceeds from each sale will be donated to the Foundation to help the school district. There is no obligation to purchase by participating.

Learn more about the directory project by reviewing the NRHS Alumni Directory FAQ 

Scroll down to learn more about our all-volunteer Foundation.

If you have any questions or comments, email nrsef@nrschools.org.
 
 

New Richmond Schools Education Foundation

NRSEF News:

The New Richmond Schools Education Foundation Spearheads the First Professionally Published Alumni Directory   
Five of Six New Richmond School Board Candidates Participate in Forum
New Richmond Schools Education Foundation's First Homecoming Event Draws Crowd of 100 

MISSION:

The Foundation raises funds to help preserve, enhance and sustain an award-winning educational experience for the students, teachers and administrators in the New Richmond (Ohio) Exempted Village School District.

ABOUT THE FOUNDATION:

- The Foundation is an independent 501 (c) 3 organization governed by a volunteer board of trustees. Its purpose is to provide alternative funding for the New Richmond Exempted Village School District. 

- Concerned community members started the Foundation in 2011 to help sustain the school district in the wake of significant revenue losses associated with local coal-fired power plants.

- The Foundation obtained 501 (c) 3 status from the IRS in 2014. Donations are tax deductible.

ACCOMPLISHMENTS & CONTRIBUTIONS:

The Foundation has raised approximately $55,000 for the New Richmond Exempted Village School District since 2014 by obtaining a series of grants and sponsorships. Our support has specifically helped fund:
- External security at all five school buildings
- Science Olympiad program at New Richmond Middle School
- Math and Science Night for elementary schools
- Theatrical program at Locust Corner Elementary


In addition, the Foundation:
- Hosted a social for friends of New Richmond Schools in fall 2017 as preparation for a fundraising gala
- Co-hosted candidate forums for the New Richmond Schools Board of Education in partnership with the Clermont County League of Women Voters in 2017 and 2013
- Coordinated student and teacher participation as primary host of the Village of New Richmond’s bicentennial founders day festival weekend in September 2014
- Provided in-kind support instrumental in saving the Camp Joy program for elementary schools in 2011 - 2012


IN THE YEAR AHEAD:

In 2018, the Foundation plans to:
- Complete the development of its constituent database
- Launch its website at www.nrsef.org and associated social media campaign
- Host various events that connect our community and schools, including participation in Ohio Chautaugua’s living history program in New Richmond this June

LONG-TERM GOALS:

The Foundation’s primary goals over the next five years are to:
- Build a permanent endowment whose earnings will fund projects and programs outside the school district’s budget
- Continue obtaining outside grants to help fund academic programs and projects for students, faculty and staff
- Establish and maintain consistent communication with friends of the school district, including current and former teachers and staff, families of students and community members 

CONNECT WITH NRSEF:

Email: nrsef@nrschools.org
Phone: 513-553-2616, ext. 12101
Website Coming Soon: www.nrsef.org
Facebook: nrschoolseducationfoundation

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