Will you have a kindergartner starting their academic journey or will your child be joining our schools for the first time in the fall? Our online enrollment portal for the 2023-24 school year is now open.
News & Announcements
As the parent/guardian of a student attending a Title I school, you are an essential part of the Title I team.
Thank you for your continued support of students!
It’s official! The first day of school (grades 1-12) for the 2023-24 school year will be August 29.
Learn about the ways you can be informed if schools are delayed or closed due to inclement weather.
UPDATE 9/22/22: The survey on the draft strategic plan has closed. The Richland School Board will consider a final draft of the strategic plan for adoption in October 2022.
Richland School District has updated its latest draft of "Richland Ready," the district's 2022-25 strategic plan aimed at making sure every student is Richland Ready upon graduation.
Click on the link below to view information regarding important dates, information regarding class placement letters (coming out Aug. 19), and contact information for the school office. More information will be sent to families via email and Dojo at the end of August.
Whether you are wondering about when the first day of school is, what school supplies are needed or how to get bus route information, we have answers for you.
The Richland School District will be offering free summer meals for any child 18 years of age and younger.
Will you have a kindergartner starting their academic journey or will your child be joining our schools for the first time in the fall? Our online enrollment portal for the 2022-23 school year is now open.
Richland School District invites student families to share their feedback on the return to full-time in-person learning for the 2021-22 school year as well as how the district is assisting students and families in addressing learning loss and challenges connected to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Join us in congratulating Richland High counselor Denise Reddinger and Sacajawea fifth-grade teacher Rachel Doyle on earning their National Board Certification!
Our Nutrition Services staff reached out to our elementary Future Chefs this spring and asked if they'd like to share their recipes with the community and show them working their magic in their kitchens at home.
Through the fall of 2021 Richland School District will use a screening tool to help gauge where students are in their social-emotional learning and help them grow.
Sacajawea Elementary is a "Kids at Hope" school and we focus on educating the whole child while supporting the whole family and community. Watch this video to learn about our Sacy approach to helping every child reach their full potential. Our kids are worth whatever it takes! Click here to learn more!
Will your soon-to-be kindergartner be joining our schools in the fall? Enrollment for the 2021-22 school year opens March 1. Learn about the process and how you can start from the comfort of your own home.
As RSD moves toward bringing students back into schools, are you not ready for your elementary-aged child to return to in-person learning? RSD has two options for families looking to stick with remote learning.
Learn how we conducting health attestations as students return to in-person learning.
Face coverings are one of the public health precautions our schools will follow as students return to the classroom. We understand this is a big change for a student’s in-person learning experience and want to share what the requirements are and how schools will help students adjust.
RSD Transportation Department staff have finalized bus information for our elementary students returning for in-person learning and for middle and high school students coming into schools for in-person support
It’s time to get ready for school! Schools are opening with online instruction this fall and staff are excited to connect, work and engage with students so they can be successful. Here are details about enrollment, student meals, daily schedules, supporting student learning at-home and more.
Through technology, innovative teaching and collaboration with families, our new Virtual Classroom program will help students meet their goals and push their education forward while schools are closed in response to the novel coronavirus COVID-19.
The Richland School Board and district administrators will be in emergency meetings on March 13 to discuss when and how to close schools in response to the novel coronavirus COVID-19. The district asks families to begin making plans for their children in the event that schools close with short notice and for an indefinite extended period of time. Check out www.rsd.edu/coronavirus for the latest information.
It's that time of year again—make sure you know as soon as our schools are on delay or canceled due to inclement winter weather.
Ellie Rosser’s first job out of college was working in a special education program at Sacajawea Elementary. Discover why she's returned to the school in a new role:
Wondering if your student could benefit from some additional academic enrichment? Learn what Richland School District's Highly Capable programs have to offer.
All students are invited to enjoy free breakfast in our schools Oct. 14-18.
Parking Lot Logistics at Sacajawea
Introducing Ellie Rosser, Sacajawea's new Communities in Schools (CIS) site coordinator!
Road construction on George Washington Way will affect vehicle and pedestrian traffic for the Early Learning Center, Jefferson and Sacajawea elementary schools and Hanford High School. Learn about designated pedestrian crossings, alternate routes and other steps students and families can take to stay safe and reduce delays.
We are excited to launch our new district and school websites so our families, staff and community can better learn about the great things going on in our schools and find the information they need.
We will provide free breakfast and lunch this summer to children under of the age of 18 as part of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Summer Food Program For Children.
Join us in congratulating our teachers who recently earned or renewed their certification with the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards.
The tapestry includes numerous details about the school and its community, from natural features and wildlife to elements of scientific work done at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and the Hanford site.