At Richmond Community Schools, we provide a quality education that empowers students to be successful in a global community.

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Richmond Community Schools provides a high quality education that empowers students to be successful in a global community.  In other words, Richmond Community Schools is committed to students graduating as fully functioning adults, ready to participate in a global economy and ready to take on the challenges that will confront them.

Our comprehensive course offerings are designed to meet the needs of every student.  From advanced placement courses to targeted intervention classes, Richmond Community Schools has what every student needs.

At Richmond Community Schools the focus is on Guaranteed Learning for All Students!  The continuous school improvement process is organized around the concepts and principles of a Professional Learning Community (PLC), where student achievement is our #1 focus.  We look forward to our partnership to help your child reach his or her full potential!

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2019 School Bond Proposal

For more information about the upcoming Bond Proposal, CLICK HERE.


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Click HERE for the 2019-20 School Calendar
Updated October 28, 2019

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2020 Best Schools
#1 in Macomb County for Safest School District
Top 5 for Best School District and District with Best Teachers
Top 10 for Best Places to Teach and
Best Athletic Programs

For more information, CLICK HERE

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Board of Education Meeting Notice
The Richmond Community Schools' Board of Education will hold a REGULAR Board of Education Meeting in the Media Center of Richmond High School on Monday, November 25, 2019 at 7:00pm

CLICK HERE for the Meeting Notice for the Board of Education Meeting
CLICK HERE for the Agenda for the Board of Education Meeting

The Richmond Community Schools' Board of Education will hold a SPECIAL Board of Education Meeting in the Media Center of Richmond High School oMonday, December 2, 2019 at 7:00pm

CLICK HERE 
for the Meeting Notice for the Board of Education Meeting
CLICK HERE for the Agenda for the Board of Education Meeting

Telephone Number of Principal Office of Board of Education: (586) 727-3565 Board Minutes are located in the Principal Office of the Board of Education (35276 Division, Richmond, Michigan 48062).

Angela Pacitto, Secretary
Board of Education

CLICK HERE for list of the 2019 Regular Board of Education Meetings.  

If you would like to receive Board meeting notifications, via email or US Postal Service, please contact Jamie Thiel, Administrative Assistant to the Superintendent, at jthiel@richmond.k12.mi.us.  There is a $3.72 fee, plus postage, for each notice requested.



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Tours on Tuesday at Ten
Are you a new family to the Richmond community?  Are you considering sending your child to Richmond Community Schools?  Would you like a tour of the facility to look at the high-quality programs Richmond Community Schools has to offer your child?  Then you are invited to join Superintendent Walmsley and the building administrators for a tour of our building(s) every Tuesday at 10 o'clock.

You will receive a personal tour of our facilities, information about programming options for your child and witness first-hand the quality educational programs Richmond Community Schools has to offer you and your child.  And when the tour is over, you even have the option to enjoy a FREE LUNCH in one of our cafeterias and taste the nutritious meals our students enjoy served by our dedicated Food Service staff.  In addition, we will offer your child an opportunity to “shadow” the rest of the day with one of our students to see the school from their perspective.

Richmond Community Schools is the small-town, family-oriented school district you are looking.  Our focus is guaranteeing learning for all students!  If you would like to participate in Richmond Community Schools’ Tours on Tuesday at Ten or schedule a date and time more convenient for you, please call the District's Community Liaison & Public Relations Secretary, at (586) 727-3565, ext. 6011.

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Backpack Blessings from the Community

Backpack Blessings from the Community

The Backpack Blessings program in the Richmond Community Schools is a school/church/community effort to help feed students in the district who are food insecure.  This program began as a partnership between the Richmond Community Schools and the First United Methodist Church of Richmond.  It has since grown to include many churches, local service groups, clubs, businesses and individuals who donate food, goods, services and/or money to help insure the success of the program.

Students and their families who qualify for the Backpack Blessings program are identified through the teachers and social workers in the schools. Every family in the program receives enough food for two dinners, two lunches, two breakfasts, and snacks.
  Six weeks of rotating menus are used to avoid giving families too much of the same foods, and the menus take into account appropriate nutrition.

The program is an agency of the Michigan Department of Education TEFAP and is a Gleaners partner.
  Both TEFAP and Gleaners are a source of perishable and non-perishable food.  The program also regularly receives non-perishable food donations from various community, church, and school organizations. 

Richmond High School donated a room that is used for storing food and packing meals. Each school also has a food donation box in the front office.
  Volunteers purchase and pack, then deliver groceries to the families or the school pick-up location.   Offering delivery to families who want or need it has made it possible to provide perishable foods such as milk, eggs, fresh fruits and vegetables, and meat. 

In addition to food donations, the program spends an average of $250 per week for supplemental food items.
  Volunteers shop at Gleaners, Sam’s Club, Costco, Walmart, Gordon Foods, Meijer, and Kroger using donated coupons whenever possible.  All of our cash and gift card donations are used to purchase food.  The program’s administrative costs, as well as the logistics of transporting, storing, and delivering food are supplied by volunteers.

In 2018, the Backpack Blessings program was able to provide over 15,000 meals to our families.
  The importance of this program cannot be overstated.  Food insecurity is known to create psychological stress in children and children under stress have difficulty succeeding in school. 

A sincere thank you to the following groups and individuals who have donated to the program and to all of the individual and anonymous donors who have made this program possible in 2018.
  Through their generosity, we were able to raise over $14,000 to support the program.

Clubs and Service Groups: Richmond Lions, Women’s Euchre Club, VFW Aux Post 6802, and Richmond Rotary, Women’s Life Group, Richmond Community Choir.

Churches: Trinity Lutheran, St. Augustine, St. Matthew United Church of Christ – Casco, United Methodist Women’s Club.

School Groups: Richmond High School Interact (Key) Club, Richmond High School Chior

Businesses: Nino Salvaggio International, Kroger, Meijer, Walmart, Costco.

Individuals:
  Dr. and Mrs. Brian Pradko, Arlene Hicks, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Ptak, Mr. and Mrs. Greg Urban, numerous individual donations from members of the Richmond United Methodist Church.

​If you would like more information, please call the District's Community Liaison & Public Relations Secretary at (586) 727-3565, ext. 6011.

SETSEG Safety Award

SETSEG Safety Is No Accident Award Winners
Congratulations to Richmond Community Schools, 1 of 10 schools in the State of Michigan, who demonstrated exemplary effort toward safety procedures and for proactively reducing injuries through well-maintained facilities while using preventive maintenance measures and best practices to decrease claims.

Anti Harassment/Bullying Policy
CLICK HERE to review the following Board Policies regarding Harassment and Bullying.
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Non-Discrimination Statement

In compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education amendments of 1972, Section 504 of Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, Title II of the Americans with Disability Act of 1990, and Elliott-Larsen Civil Rights Act of 1977, it is the policy of the Richmond Community School District that no person shall, on the basis of race, color, religion ,military status, national origin or ancestry, sex, disability, age (except as authorized by law,) height, weight, or marital status be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to, discrimination during any program, activity, service or employment. Inquiries related to any nondiscrimination policies should be directed to the Superintendent, 35276 Division Road, Richmond, MI 48062, (586) 727-3565.

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