Nov 24
Richmond School 2021-2022

Our students at Richmond School are working extremely hard on HEART (Harmony, Engagement, Adaptability, Respect, Truth) this fall and winter. Students from K-6 strive to work together in harmony to create caring and welcoming learning environments for each other, which supports their engagement in learning. Student engagement focuses on their achievement in literacy, mathematics and well-being skills through enriched activities and tasks. Through their HEART words and actions they are also working on citizenship within the school and community. 

We will be welcoming Ryan Willert, an Indigenous Artist, into the school in January. Ryan will be sharing the Blackfoot teachings and creating a large mural with our students in the main hallway. The Blackfoot teachings, along with the Indigenous Education Holistic Lifelong Learning Framework, will be weaved together with HEART. We are excited about the sharing of stories while learning to be respectful of each other and student voice. 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 continuous support this school year. We appreciate your understanding as we continue into a second year of Covid Protocols.

Thank you to School Council for your continued support, collaborative conversations and being there for every student as we plan for the upcoming school year 2021-2022.



Mary Ann Fullerton


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