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Students share thoughts about 8th Grade Field Trip to Village

In early May, New Richmond Middle School eighth-graders participated in their second field trip in as many years to the Village of New Richmond to learn about the role the village played in the Underground Railroad. In a survey, students shared comments about the experience. Click on MORE to continue reading.

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Posted Wednesday, June 22, 2022

District Safety

During the Board of Education’s June 2022 meeting, Superintendent Tracey Miller addressed building safety. Click on MORE to continue reading.

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Posted Wednesday, June 22, 2022

Graduation: Change of Venue?

Family and friends of the New Richmond High School Class of 2022 had a somewhat stressful experience on graduation day due to uncertainty caused by inclement weather. This experience renewed discussions about the possibility of moving the ceremony indoors at an off-site location. Click on MORE to continue reading.

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Posted Wednesday, June 22, 2022

Eli Nieter: Beth Webster Leading Lion for April

The April recipient of the Beth Webster Leading Lion Award is NRMS student Eli Nieter. According to Principal Court Lilly, Eli sets the example of what it's like to be a respectful and positive New Richmond student. For him to be a Leading Lion was an easy choice, and I wish I had a thousand more of him every day.

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Posted Wednesday, April 20, 2022

NRHS senior Justin Ackerman: Beth Webster Leading Lion for March

The March recipient of the Beth Webster Leading Lion Award is NRHS senior Justin Ackerman. According to Principal Joseph Stewart, Justin is the very example of a well-rounded and outstanding student. To read more about Justin, click on MORE.

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Posted Tuesday, March 15, 2022

The 2022-2023 School Year Calendar

During its February meeting, the Board of Education held the first reading of the proposed calendar for the 2022-2023 school year. The Board is expected to vote on the calendar during its meeting of March 14, 2022. Click on MORE to continue reading and to access a pdf of the proposed calendar.

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Posted Tuesday, March 1, 2022

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