🥾 Whether you take this new school year one week at a time, one day at a time, or one step at a time, just keep moving forward. You’ve got this, Spartans! #RHSpartanPride #MotivationalMonday
⭐ These empty classrooms will be filled TODAY with new students, new dreams and new beginnings. Have a wonderful first day of school, Spartans! #RHSpartanPride #MotivationalMonday
Richmond Heights High School Receives National Athletic Trainers’ Association Safe Sports School Award
Program recognizes high schools that prioritize keeping young athletes safe...
(Richmond Heights, OH) – Richmond Heights High School is the recipient of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association
(NATA) Safe Sports School award for its high school athletic program. The award champions safety and recognizes
secondary schools that have met the recommended standards to improve safety in sports. The award reinforces the
importance of providing the best level of care, injury prevention, and treatment. Click here to read the full Press Release https://5il.co/tvse
In our virtual art gallery you will find the artwork and tattoo designs of our Richmond Heights Middle School students, which were inspired by the tattoo traditions of Asian and Pacific Islander communities of the world. Follow the links on the bottom to move between rooms. Once inside the gallery rooms click on the artwork to learn more about it. Click this link https://5il.co/sy2y
to enter the virtual art gallery.
You’ve heard about it; you’ve read about it; and now you can see it for yourself! On Wednesday, May 5, Richmond Heights will be hosting a guided tour for all of our district parents who are eager to see our new Upper School building.
Two tours will be available: one from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and one from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
If you are interested in attending one of these tours, visit our website to fill out the electronic form: https://forms.gle/WtN9pnmyJYY2YRRv8
"All young ladies grades 7 - 11 interested in playing volleyball for the 2021 season, please contact Coach E at 216-965-1986. Thank you.
CSU College of Education and Human Services Presents:
Critical Conversations about the Impact of Equity and Urban P-16 Partnerships
"Interrogating Teaching and Learning: Critical Conversations about the Impact of Equity and Urban P-16 Partnerships"
Please provide contact information for registration and Virtual Event Zoom Link: https://forms.office.com/r/bf4Dfnj1Kx
Click here https://5il.co/rxcj
to view the invitation flyer
Elementary School Bus Routes for OST Testing... Please click this link to view the schedule https://5il.co/rotg
Secondary School Bus Routes for OST Testing...
Please click this link to view the schedule https://5il.co/rotd
We currently have 8 students that are participating in the MAGNET Early College Early Career Program. This summer, six of the students will be working at Swagelok and two of the students will be working at Parker-Hannifin. Students began professional development training in January and they have been required to meet in-person on Wednesdays since beginning the semester. These students will be working fulltime and receiving full time benefits! When you see these students please congratulate them on their hard work and dedication!
ECEC expands to new high schools!
ECEC welcomes students from our newest high school partners: Warrensville Heights High School and Richmond Heights High School. These juniors are excited to begin internship-readiness training in preparation for the summer work-based learning experience.
Our RiseUP after school program has been awarded the NewsDepth A+ Award from ideastream (a PBS auxiliary station). We were chosen after creating the MLK Day video with Ms. King and her AVID students. Please see the link below to view our segment! Thank you Mrs. Brown for thinking of us. We are grateful and congrats to the RiseUP staff and students!
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853 - ***OFFSITE LOCATION IN RICHMOND HEIGHTS, OH*** - Richmond Hts. COMPLETE High School Equipment Sale "FINAL" Internet Only Auction! This online auction is offered by an independent company utilizing the bidding platform (not owned or operated by Fast Track Auctions.) Shipping is not available from this location. Begins: Tuesday January 19, 2021 and Ends: Monday, January 25, 2021 at 9:30 PM Location: 447 RICHMOND RD. RICHMOND HEIGHTS, OH 44143, Pick up Wednesday, January 27, 2021.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE DECEMBER 21, 2020
Dr. Renée Willis
Richmond Heights Local Schools Receives Nearly $100,000 Grant from The Collaborative Fund for Educating Remotely and Transforming Schools
Richmond Heights, Ohio - Richmond Heights Local Schools (RHLS) is the recent recipient of a grant from The Collaborative Fund for Educating Remotely and Transforming Schools, a fund whose partnership aims to help schools and districts improve remote education practices and outcomes and to use remote education as a catalyst for re-imagining and re-engineering the delivery of high-quality caring, teaching, and learning opportunities for Ohio’s underserved students.
For RHLS, this means funding their Hope Squad to Learning Pod initiative, an adaptive response to the changes in traditional learning measures necessitated by the pandemic.
“Because in-person learning is not possible in our district, we were forced to seek alternative learning sites, additional staff, and innovative endeavors to address the myriad needs of our vulnerable student body,” says District Superintendent Dr. Renée Willis.
The grant will help bolster some of these endeavors and afford students access to high-quality education through Learning Pods, a safe, campus-based instructional environment where students will have the support of teaching staff and aides to help them navigate any challenges that may arise during the school day. In addition, students are provided with a personal device with reliable connectivity and all physical materials and supplies to complement their learning experience.
The Learning Pods will also ease parental anxiety about where their children will receive instruction, solving a notably problematic issue for parents who work outside of the home and for those without reliable Internet access.
The effects of this financial support will go a long toward helping students, teachers, and parents engage meaningfully with respect to not only students’ academic wellbeing, but also their social, and emotional health, as grant provisions will enable students to participate in socio-emotional instruction as well. This is a key component of the Hope Squad to Learning Pod initiative, as administrators recognize the additional difficulties families face because of COVID-19 related trauma.
Willis and her Hope Squad understand that a safe, stimulating environment, positive interaction, and students having the tools they need to participate in class is vital to a high-quality education. This need has only been amplified by the pandemic, and so has her team’s resolve.
“We are committed to helping our students, staff, and families thrive, even and especially in these volatile times. We’re grateful to have more resources to help us meet our children where they are.”
"Prepare individual learners to navigate an evolving global community using 21st century competencies."
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786 - ***OFFSITE LOCATION IN RICHMOND HEIGHTS, OH*** - Richmond Hts. COMPLETE High School Equipment Sale Part 2 Internet Only Auction! This online auction is offered by an independent company utilizing the bidding platform (not owned or operated by Fast Track Auctions.) Shipping is not available from this location Begins: Monday, December 7, 2020 Ends: Sunday, December 27, 2020 at 9:00 PM Location: 447 RICHMOND RD. RICHMOND HEIGHTS, OH 44143, Pick up December 29th.
"Our partnership with the Cleveland Food Bank and Councilwomen Thomas and Nelson is today 11/19/20, beginning at 10:30 am."