Clermont County Public Health is hosting a Vaccine Clinic 3 to 6 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 25, in the New Richmond Middle School cafeteria for 7th and 12th graders to receive their required vaccines for school. Students will also have the opportunity to receive recommended vaccines (HPV and COVID-19). Additionally, any students in grades 7 through 12 who are not current on required or recommended vaccines may also sign up for the clinic.
Immunizations are by appointment only by calling (513) 735-8400. (Click on MORE to continue reading).
The new Traveling Lions Lunch Box food bus will begin meal deliveries in July to school-aged children and their siblings living within the New Richmond Exempted Village School District attendance area. Click on MORE to continue reading and to see the lunch bus schedule
During its June meeting, the Board of Education appointed Dr. Jill R. Hollandsworth as the district’s new Director of Curriculum and Technology.
This fall, the New Richmond Exempted Village School District will introduce the Tyler Drive - RIDE 360 program that will streamline computerized bus routing and parent communications.
Local history was the focus of a May 17 field trip taken by New Richmond Middle School eighth-graders. The theme for the trip was the Underground Railroad in the Village of New Richmond. The local history lesson was made possible thanks to a partnership between the New Richmond Exempted Village School District, Historic New Richmond, and local businesses. To continue reading, click on MORE.
So many great things are happening right now. One of these amazing things is the Virtual Spring Concert presented by our Middle School Concert Band under the direction of Michael McKinley. Many thanks to Technology Integration Specialist Megan Whitacre who recorded and edited the program! https://youtu.be/Wby_EXKPQas