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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

Leading Lions for September 2022

The September 2022 recipients of the Beth Webster Leading Lions Award are New Richmond High School students Cate Coulter, Mackenzie Minning, and Eleanor Grace Reid. Principal Joe Stewart lauded the three students for their outstanding achievements under the College Board. Click on MORE to continue reading. More +

NRHS Pool Diving Board Could be Removed

The fate of the diving board at New Richmond High School’s swimming pool could be decided at the October Board of Education meeting. Click on MORE to continue reading. More +

New Richmond Pursues Safety Grants for Each School

The final details are being added to Safety Grant applications that, if successful, could bring $400,000 to the district for use in upgrading building safety and security. Click on MORE to continue reading. More +

Delayed Start/Working Wednesdays Halted

During the Sept. 19, 2022, Board of Education meeting, a revised calendar was approved for the 2022-2023 school year which halts working Wednesdays at the end of September. The one-hour delayed starts have been used since the fall of 2020 to provide important professional development time for district teaching staff. Click o MORE to continue reading. More +
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