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.
2023 Fall sports registration is now open!
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.
More than 20 RSD students earned awards at the 2023 Mid-Columbia Science Fair.
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.
Join us in recognizing our 23 instrumental and vocal music students from Richland School District’s middle and high schools were selected for state and regional honor ensembles for 2022-23 school year.
Learn about the ways you can be informed if schools are delayed or closed due to inclement weather.
The ball-shaped stainless steel sculpture was designed and constructed by British Columbia-based artist Bruce Voyce as part of a state grant for public art. It depicts the nucleus of a droplet-shaped water molecule with a design rooted in scientific theory.
Eighth-grade students recently completed career interest and preference surveys, the first step in their High School and Beyond Plan. We encourage families to participate with their children as they make these important decisions for their futures.
More than 20 instrumental and vocal music students from RSD middle and high schools were selected for all-state honor ensembles for 2022!
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.
Click here for information on all things hybrid at Libby
Is your eighth-grader interested in a science- or technology-related career or just looking for something different than the traditional high school experience? Have them apply for Delta High School for the 2021-22 school year!
Andre Hargunani, who led the launch of the science- and technology-centered Libby, will be the first principal of the new Richland Virtual School (RVS). He will be succeeded as principal at Leona Libby Middle School by Maren Benedict, currently an assistant principal at Hanford High School.
Resources to support students and families during the Covid-19 pandemic.
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.
Here are the links from the Libby 101 and Libby 102 presentations.
Meet your 2019 Washington State Outstanding Young Educator, science teacher Jessica Saddler at Leona Libby Middle School.
Join us in congratulating all our students recently selected for all-state and all-regional performing arts groups by state and national musical education groups.
Whether a student is interested in fabrication, solar energy or robotics, they can explore it in the Smart Lab at Leona Libby Middle School. The science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) focused class gives students the tools and freedom of hands-on learning that can truly inspire students and help them imagine their future.