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RICHMOND R-XVI: School land tabbed for farming by ag students

RICHMOND R-XVI: School land tabbed for farming by ag students

By Shawn Roney/For The Richmond News Richmond High School agriculture students will soon have the chance to get what ag teacher and FFA sponsor Laura Allen called “real world experience…

Richmond hosts area school boards’ ethics meeting

Richmond hosts area school boards’ ethics meeting

Consistency, accountability, confidentiality among top concerns By Joy Tipping/Richmond News Managing Editor Richmond R-XVI School District hosted the May 1 Region 5 meeting of the Missouri School Boards’ Association, which…

Students get lesson on county government

Students get lesson on county government

By JoEllen Black/Richmond News Publisher Middle-school students from Richmond and Orrick got a lesson in county government last week. The students met with officeholders from A to Z — Assessor…

Henrietta BOA swears in Foley, Long, Nordsieck again

Henrietta BOA swears in Foley,  Long, Nordsieck again

By Shawn Roney/For the Richmond News The Henrietta Board of Aldermen must wait a few weeks before its newest member takes office. Henrietta residents chose four candidates for the board…

Sunrise Strikers find their musical mojo

Sunrise Strikers find their musical mojo

Percussion group gives students a way to make music By Sara Seidel, Staff Writer Young students who perhaps can’t sing so well can still find their musical mojo at Richmond’s…

RMS math team places second in Holden regional competition

RMS math team places second in Holden regional competition

Richmond Middle School math team, grades 5 through 8, competed Thursday, March 16, against Chilhowee, Grain Valley, Holden, Knob Noster, Northwest, Sherwood and Windsor. RMS coaches were Vicki Carlyle, fifth…

In praise of school board members

In praise of school board members

By Mike Aytes, Superintendent, Richmond R-XVI School District To honor school board members across the state, the Missouri School Boards’ Association has designated the week of Jan. 22-28 as School…

Parent involvement at the elementary level

By Piper Peterson/Principal at Dear Elementary When most people think of parent involvement, they picture moms being room mothers for parties or dads volunteering in classrooms. These are a couple…

O’Dell graduates from William Woods University

The superintendent of the Orrick School District recently received her doctoral degree from William Woods University. Aerin O’Dell of Orrick graduated with a Doctorate in Educational Leadership degree May 7.…

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