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Our mission & vision

MISSION STATEMENT 
The New Richmond Schools, in partnership with parents and community, provides all students with a comprehensive educational experience in a safe and nurturing environment, preparing them for the highest levels of personal achievement with the ability to demonstrate confidence, leadership and responsibility.
VISION STATEMENT
Committed to Excellence.
Passionate for Innovative Learning.
Engaging Tomorrow’s Leaders.
 
CORE VALUES
In New Richmond Schools all learners will experience…
> A high quality, well rounded learning program.
> Relevant and current opportunities that encourage ownership for learning.
> Access to real world resources.
> A supportive, respectful environment that values integrity, builds relationships, and addresses each student’s diverse needs.
> Opportunity to cultivate knowledge networks to become college and career ready.
> High, measurable expectations for success before and following graduation. 
 
 

Latest News

Literacy, walk-a-thon merge to create something new at LCE

In a year where nothing is the same, the Locust Corner Elementary School PTO is finding new and unique ways to enrich students’ lives and also raise much-needed funds.Forced to cancel its annual Literacy Night and annual Walk-a-Thon for the 2020-2021 school year due to the coronavirus pandemic, the LCE PTO innovated a new activity that combined the best of both events. Click on MORE to continue reading. More +

Coronavirus pandemic: The year that challenged us all

When it comes to crisis and disaster response, school administrators are well-trained. Even so, their crisis/disaster response skills were pushed to the limit last year as Ohio schools made a hard pivot to remote learning due to the arrival of the coronavirus pandemic. Over the last 12 months, school districts have seen beloved traditions upended. However, with the support of engaged families and community members, they’ve continued to devise ways to keep students engaged in meaningful learning while keeping virus spread in check. More +

Caring, compassion focus of Monroe Elementary’s Kindness Week

For anyone who has ever entered Monroe Elementary School, you’ve likely felt the warmth and kindness that just naturally exudes from the teachers, staff, and students there. Compassion and kindness were elevated to an even higher level in February when everyone in the school observed Kindness Week. To continue reading, click on 'MORE.' More +

Meet February's Leading Lions

District teachers and staff going above and beyond their typical duties earned the praise of the New Richmond Board of Education during the February meeting in the form of Leading Lion recognition.The entire food service team earned the praise of the Board and Superintendent Tracey Miller after Food Service Director Brenda Young nominated them for recognition. Click on MORE to continue reading. More +
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