​Check out our school-themed merchandise and show your school pride. ​​​​


Richmond School Council is excited to be offering Richmond Apparel again, this year featuring the original Richmond logo as well as the logo created by grade 5 student, Sia C. – winner of last years Hoodie HEART challenge!  The apparel is offered in an array of sizes for both Youth and Adults and includes both T-shirts and Hoodies. We have also included a donation section if you would like to donate a t-shirt or a hoodie to the school.

See the link below to visit the Online store and place your order. Also – please watch your child’s backpack for paper order forms that will be sent home early next week.

The Store will officially open by midnight tonight and remain open until Wednesday November 12 with delivery to the school the first week of December.

If you have any questions about the apparel, or placing your order, please contact Nadine via email.

On behalf of the School Council,
Nadine Griffith

Store: https://richmondschool.ebloxstoreipu.com/

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