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Here's how YOU can become a substitute teacher!

The New Richmond Exempted Village School District needs you to become a substitute teacher! Ohio recently passed a law allowing community members without a Bachelors’s degree to substitute teach for the remainder of this school year. Click on MORE to access links.

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NRHS, NRMS '21-'22 student handbooks include new classes, defined maps for progression

New course options for high school students and clearly defined maps of course progression from grades 6 through 12 are highlights of the proposed Course Handbooks for New Richmond Middle and High Schools.

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Adam Moler named December's Leading Lion

During the December 21 Board of Education meeting, New Richmond Middle School Social Studies Teacher Adam Moler was recognized as a Leading Lion in recognition of his commitment to helping students be successful. To continue reading, click on MORE.

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NRHS Choirs Release Two Virtual Concerts

On December 17, the NRHS Choirs released TWO virtual holiday concerts. To access the links to these amazing shows, click on MORE.

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Generosity Is Strong In NREVSD Community

Despite the pandemic, Lions Reach Out exceeded expectations for this year’s holiday giving program. To continue reading, click on MORE.

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NREVSD accepting applications for substitute teachers

New Richmond Exempted Village School District is looking to expand its pool of available substitute teachers.

If you or someone you know is interested in earning extra income and has a substitute/teaching license, please consider joining our great team! To be considered, go to and fill out your application to be a substitute teacher for New Richmond Exempted Village School District. Please share this post with your friends as well. We are looking forward to expanding our pool of substitute teachers. Thank you for your consideration!
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Four critical questions guide New Richmond Schools

Most successful workplaces have a mission or set of guiding principles that create a company culture where everyone is focused on the end-results. For the professional learning community of New Richmond Exempted Village School District, the guiding principles are the four critical questions popularized by author/educator Rick DuFour. Click on 'MORE' to continue reading.

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NRMS students making a difference with socks

New Richmond Middle School students are celebrating a milestone in what has become an annual community service project - Socktober. Click on MORE to continue reading.

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