Jun 28
Richmond School 2020-2021

Our students at Richmond School  have worked extremely hard on HEART (Harmony, Engagement, Adaptability, Respect, Truth) throughout the school year. Students from K-6 have strived to work together in harmony to create caring and welcoming learning environments for each other. Their engagement has been exceptional. Students have been focused on improving their literacy, numeracy and well being skills through tasks and activities. Student achievement increased overall. Between in person learning and on line learning and following Covid Protocols, students proved to be adaptable in many ways. They consistently had their voice heard  in a respectful manner to their peers, staff and the community. This is evident in their actions of respect in classes, throughout the school and to our environment. Students have found that speaking their truth serves them well. We are proud of each and every student at Richmond. They are the HEART of Richmond.

Thank you to our parents/guardians and community for your endless support during this most unusual school year. Your care and understanding during Covid has been greatly appreciated. Thank you to School Council for your continued support, collaborative conversations and being there for every student.  

We wish our familes a safe, fun and adventurous summer.

Take Care

Mary Ann


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