On May 15, the provincial government announced plans to re-open schools in British Columbia: The re-opening of schools is part of a gradual return to in-class instruction in BC.
Frequently Asked Questions: BC’s Restart Plan - K to 12 Return to SchoolPosted: May 25, 2020
Vancouver Coastal Health - COVID-19 - May 21, 2020Posted: May 21, 2020
May 21, 2020 Dear School Administrators, Teachers, Staff, Parents and Students, Re: Safety of the school environment in the Vancouver Coastal Health region during the COVID-19 pandemic
Richmond Virtual School - Registration is Now OpenPosted: May 21, 2020
Richmond Virtual School summer and fall registration is now open.
Gradual Return to School Parent SurveyPosted: May 20, 2020
As the provincial government coordinates greater openness in our communities, the Richmond School District is working thoughtfully to prepare our schools to support part-time, in-person learning fo
Message from the Superintendent - COVID-19 - May 19, 2020Posted: May 19, 2020
Dear Parents and Guardians, On May 15th, the provincial government announced details of the plan to further re-open schools in British Columbia.
Support for Essential Service WorkersPosted: May 19, 2020
Support for Essential Service Workers
K-12 students to have optional in-class instruction on June 1Posted: May 15, 2020
VICTORIA – Parents will have the choice of bringing their children back to class on a part-time basis this school year as part of BCs Restart Plan, with the goal of returning to full-time classes i
Message from the Superintendent - COVID-19 - May 12, 2020Posted: May 14, 2020
Dear Parents and Guardians, As British Columbia begins to ease restrictions relating to COVID-19, public schools will play an important role in the provincial government’s Restart Plan.
May 13, 2020 Finance & Legal Committee Public Meeting – Online AccessPosted: May 12, 2020
The May 13, 2020 Finance & Legal Committee Public Meeting will be broadcast via Zoom.
May 13, 2020 Public Board Meeting - Online AccessPosted: May 7, 2020
The May 13, 2020 public board meeting will be broadcast via Zoom. The Zoom meeting can be accessed through the following link:
Mental Health Week – May 4-10, 2020Posted: May 1, 2020
The Richmond School District is proud to support Mental Health Week. Now, more than ever, our mental health is critically important.
2020/21 Budget FeedbackPosted: Apr 30, 2020
The Richmond School District is committed to engaging the community as we prepare the annual budget.
Message from the Superintendent - COVID-19 - April 20, 2020Posted: Apr 22, 2020
Dear Parents and Guardians, I wanted to connect with you to provide an update on several topics. Over the past couple of weeks, students and teachers across the Richmond School District have begun to engage in learning opportunities.
April 22, 2020 Public Board Meeting - Online AccessPosted: Apr 22, 2020
The April 22, 2020 public board meeting will be broadcast via Zoom. The Zoom meeting can be accessed through the following link:
Supporting the Children of Essential Service WorkersPosted: Apr 6, 2020
Under the direction of the Provincial Health Officer and the Ministry of Education, the Richmond School District is providing on-site support for Grades K-7 children of essential service workers.
Message from the Superintendent - COVID-19 - April 3, 2020Posted: Apr 3, 2020
Dear Parents and Guardians, As we conclude our first week back after spring break, I would like to provide you with an update as to what you can expect in terms of your child’s educational experience over the next
Calls from SchoolsPosted: Apr 1, 2020
The Richmond School District would like to make parents aware that teachers will be making phone calls to students and parents, and many of these calls will not be coming from your school’s phone n
Message from the Superintendent - COVID-19 - March 27, 2020Posted: Mar 27, 2020
Dear Parents, Guardians and Students,
Ministry of Education & BC Confederation of Parent Advisory Councils - COVID-19 - March 27, 2020Posted: Mar 27, 2020
Ministry of Education - Frequently Asked Questions on Continuity of LearningPosted: Mar 26, 2020
The British Columbia Ministry of Education is working with all 60 school districts, independent school authorities, First Nations schools and education partners to support a coordinated approach in