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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

Troubadours featured in Student Showcase

Superintendent Tracey Miller took a few minutes during the Nov. 16 Board of Education meeting to celebrate the New Richmond High School Troubadours and the group’s directors, Elizabeth Hannah and Paige McConnell. To continue reading, click on MORE. More +

Plans Finalized for Meal Distribution During Remote Learning

Food Service Director Brenda Young and Transportation Director Andy Mays share plans for meal distribution during remote learning. To see the plans, click on 'MORE.' More +

Monroe’s Wylie, Henderson are November Leading Lions

Monroe Elementary School's Sally Wylie and Mary Henderson are November's Leading Lions in recognition of their efforts to elevate building morale during a pandemic. Their efforts include home-sewn masks and pumpkin poop. Click on MORE to continue reading. More +

Urgent Message from Superintendent Miller Regarding Remote Learning

Superintendent Miller announces details for a pivot to remote learning. Click on MORE to continue reading the message. More +
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