News & Announcements
This school year we are using a new communication tool to reach parents and guardians. ParentSquare allows families to connect with teachers and school staff, receive weather delay and crisis notifications, view school events and securely receive important student documents.
Whether you are wondering about when the first day of school is, what school supplies are needed or how to get bus route information, we have answers for you.
The Richland School District will be offering free summer meals for any child 18 years of age and younger.
Pandemic EBT (P-EBT) benefits will be available in Summer 2023. This will be a one-time, lump sum benefit of $120 per eligible child.
We have more than 900 certificated staff, which includes teachers, school counselors, specialists, school psychologists, school nurses and so many more, work hard each day to support, engage and inspire students.
To celebrate our Education Support Professionals, we are shining the spotlight on several of our education support professional staff members. Read about them and their deep connections to our schools.
Introducing RSD’s Family Launchpad! This portal brings all the RSD platforms parents and guardians need into one digital space.
Thank you for your continued support of students!
It’s official! The first day of school (grades 1-12) for the 2023-24 school year will be August 29.
Learn about the ways you can be informed if schools are delayed or closed due to inclement weather.
Learn about first quarter projects, REHS updates, important upcoming dates and more!
How can we create artistic products to support our community?
What do you do when you want to eat healthy, but don’t know where to start? Students at River’s Edge High School created a cookbook to help their peers increase their culinary skills beyond heating up some instant noodles.
Three RSD high school science teachers received STEM Like Me! Innovative Grant funds for the 2021-22 school year.
Trevor MacDuff, a teacher at River’s Edge High School, is one of the winners of the Award For Excellence in Science Teaching of the Washington Science Teachers Association.
Several River’s Edge High School students were among the roughly 40 juniors and seniors from high schools across Idaho and eastern Washington to visit the University of Idaho for its Women in Engineering Day event on Sept. 24 and even came away with $500 scholarships.
Through the fall of 2021 Richland School District will use a screening tool to help gauge where students are in their social-emotional learning and help them grow.
A quick message from Mrs. Anderson
Trouble accessing your Student email at home?
See the Document and tutorial video with instructions on how to get on to your School Outlook Email.
Sit back, Relax, and take a few moments to review some great ideas and activities to help create and maintain positive mental health.
List of community resources available during the 2019-20 RSD School Closure.
We are excited to meet with our families for conferences and share the progress students are making. To ensure we are meeting the needs of students, we are asking parents to please take a moment to provide us with some feedback on what a River's Edge graduate should be upon graduation and beyond.
The district has partnered with the state Department of Health to test every water fixture in some of our schools as part of ongoing efforts to have safe and healthy environments for students and staff.
After learning how hunger affects others in our community, students participating in a new project-based learning program at River’s Edge High School are asking the community to join them in helping others.
It's that time of year again—make sure you know as soon as our schools are on delay or canceled due to inclement winter weather.
Congratulations to the Class of 2019! You are off to do great things. Revisit your big day in photos and videos from each school's graduation ceremony.
Every graduating senior has a story to tell about their educational journey. Here are just a few stories showcasing everything our seniors brought to each day in the classroom, on the field and in planning for their futures.
Nicole Anderson will be the next principal of River’s Edge High School and will lead efforts to transform the school and bring in new ideas that will help students be successful after graduation.
Sharon Alfaro was eighteen and working five jobs to support herself when she started attending River’s Edge High School in the fall of 2017. A little more than a year later, she’s a high school graduate, enrolled at Columbia Basin College (CBC) and working toward her dream of working as an immigration and humanitarian attorney.