At Richmond, educating the whole child is not just a slogan; it is the lens by which we make decisions. From our comprehensive counseling program to gifted & talented to special education services, we truly believe in meeting the academic, social emotional, and physical well-being needs of ALL of our students. Our commitment to excellence is extended to our students by nurturing a dedication to life-long learning, personal responsibility, community involvement, and good character.W
Click Richmond Reporter – September 13, 2019 for this week’s newsletter.
The Board of Education of Richmond School District is proud to announce Dr. Jeanne Siegenthaler as the new District Administrator.
Dr. Siegenthaler joins Richmond School District after serving as Principal at Dixon Elementary in the Elmbrook School District since 2008. She brings a strong set of skills, focused on student achievement and developing the whole child, including being a culture builder, an effective communicator, and an enthusiastic, hardworking leader. Dr. Siegenthaler attained her Doctorate of Education, and Master of Arts in School Administration, from Edgewood College in Madison. She received her Bachelor of Science in Education from the University of Wisconsin, Platteville.
Throughout her career, Dr. Siegenthaler has filled several leadership roles. Recently, she served as President of the Association of Wisconsin School Administrators (AWSA) in 2017. She has been recognized for her outstanding work at the national, state, and district levels. Some of Dr. Siegenthaler’s accolades include: recognition as the Wisconsin Principal of the Year in 2011, and earning the Elmbrook Schools’ Outstanding Employee Award in 2015.
The Richmond School Spirit Wear delivery will be the last week of September.
All Staff Support volunteers must attend one of the in-person training sessions this year. Dates and times are in the Volunteer Handbook.
All volunteers should return their completed forms to the office.
Thank you for your interest in volunteering at Richmond School!
Please click here for important information about the Richmond School Safety Plan.
Safety Statement 2018
The telephone number for Dousman Transport is 262-966-9690.
The lunch account works like a savings account. You must deposit money into your child’s account and then your child deducts from the balance when they have lunch or milk. It is important to keep money in the account at all times. Each child has their own account. If there is money left at the end of the year, it can be carried over to the next year (if there will be no family member here to carry over to, the balance, if any, will be refunded to you).
You may monitor your child’s account from the Parent Portal by clicking the link on the Home page.
You can make payments by sending cash or a check to school or by making an electronic deposit through E-funds via our Richmond School website. The link can be found under the “For Parents” tab, then “Lunch Information” and finally “Online Account Payments.”
You should receive a call from SchoolReach announcing the closure. Or watch and/or listen for mention of Arrowhead Area Schools. Richmond will NOT be listed separately. If it becomes necessary to close early due to the weather, again it will be announced as the Arrowhead Area Schools. Stations to check include WTMJ (radio and TV), WKTI-FM, WISN (radio and TV).
Check Channel 4’s (TouchTMJ4.com) website: Click here for WTMJ Channel 4’s Website.
Click on WaukeshaCounty, Click on Arrowhead School Closings – If Arrowhead is closed, Richmond is too.
You may call and leave a voice-mail message with their teacher (for a complete teacher listing, please see the website). Homework can be sent home with a sibling or another student that you specify.
Students are excused at 11:45 pm. Buses leave at approximately 11:55 pm.
Please call the school office. You may call at anytime BEFORE 8:30 am of the day that your child will be absent or tardy. Please leave a message indicating the child’s name, grade and reason for the absence / tardy.