Explore summer youth sports programs with Richfield Public Schools Community Education!
Explore summer half-day activities with Richfield Public Schools Community Education!
Explore Swim Lessons Levels 0-5 with Richfield Public Schools Community Education!
Whether this is your first child or you're already parenting, every new baby brings new joys and challenges to your world! Our Early Childhood Program has resources and classes to help.
We are offering a variety of Early Childhood Family Education (ECFE) classes this fall, including many online classes.
Students and staff in early childhood and preschool classrooms are no longer required to wear face coverings, as long as the COVID-19 community level in Hennepin County remains in the low or medium range.
It can be tempting to hibernate in the winter, when the temperature drops and it seems like more work than it’s worth to get your child bundled up in enough snow gear to cover every inch of their skin. But research shows that it is worth the work!
To help keep students healthy and prevent the spread of COVID-19, we are providing a free at-home rapid test for each RPS student.
At this week’s school board meeting, we presented a draft of our new land acknowledgment statement. We invite you to read the draft and learn more about the process.
Subscribe to our new monthly e-newsletter if you are interested in reading about RPS news, community events (like student plays, concerts and athletics), alumni profiles, and Richfield Community Education activities.
The newest Richfield Community Education catalog was delivered to residents in the Richfield Public School District on August 11, 2021! Sign up for classes today!
Based on staff survey data, our District was named a 2021 Star Tribune Top Workplace!
The most unique year, filled with challenges and successes, tears and laughter, distance learning, Google Meets and in-person reunions, has come to a close. Thank you to everyone —students, teachers, staff and families—who navigated the challenges that this year brought with grace and kindness.
As we prepare for the 2021-22 school year, we would like to know if you would prefer to enroll your child(ren) in an online program, hybrid program or in-person program.
The civil rights movement is not a chapter in History class. It is here and it is now. As educators, it is our job to support and empower students through these challenging times. Please read our statement on where we stand as a district.