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District Announcements
Welcome to Richmond Community Schools
Brian J. Walmsley, Ed.S.,†Superintendent
bwalmsley@richmond.k12.mi.us
(586) 727-3565
Richmond Early Childhood Learning Center and Will L. Lee Elementary School
68399 Forest,†Richmond * Michigan 48062 * (586) 727-2509
Paula Dowker, Principal (pdowker@richmond.k12.mi.us)

School Start and End Times
3-Year Old Preschool Program,†8:00am-11:00am (M-W-F)
4-Year Old Preschool Program,†
8:00am-11:00am (M-Tu-W-Th-F)
4-Year Old Preschool Program, 11:30am-2:30pm (M-W-F)
Great Start Readiness Program,†7:50am†- 2:49pm†(7:50am-11:23am†- Half Day)
Grade K-4,†7:50am†- 2:49pm†(7:50am-11:23am†- Half Day)
Kindergarten Round-up for the 2015-16 School Year
Please join Superintendent Walmsley, Principal Dowker, and the staff of Lee Elementary School to proudly welcome the Blue Devil Class of 2028 on March 5, 2015 at 6:30pm. †CLICK HERE for more information about Kindergarten Round-up.

To RSVP for Kindergarten Round Up, please click or scan the†QR Code below or call (586) 727-3565.
Parenting Conference
Saturday, March 7, 2015 Dr. Deborah Giloa (aka "Doctor†G") will speak on the three R's of Parenting: Respect, Responsibility and Resilience during the 20th Anniversary Parenting Conference sponsored by the Macomb Intermediate School District (MISD) and CARE of Southeastern Michigan. †

18 Specialized parenting workshops and over 40 local resources on-site. †Tickets are $30 each which includes breakfast and lunch. †For more information, visit www.careofsem.com or www.misd.net.
Richmond Middle School
35250 Division,†Richmond * Michigan 48062 * (586) 727-7552
Keith Bartels, Principal (kbartels@richmond.k12.mi.us)

Becky Borwick†Assistant Principal (bborwick@richmond.k12.mi.us)

School Start and End Times
7:40am - 2:39pm (7:40am-11:13am†- Half Day)
Richmond High School
35320 Division,†Richmond * Michigan 48062 * (586) 727-3225
Deborah Michon, Principal (dmichon@richmond.k12.mi.us)
John Bourdeau, Assistant Principal (jbourdeau@richmond.k12.mi.us)


School Start and End Times
7:40am†- 2:39pm†(7:40am-11:13am†- Half Day)
New Student Enrollments
Richmond Community Schools welcome new families and students to our community. †To register your child(ren) please click here for an enrollment packet.

Click here for 2014-2015 District Calendar
CARE of Southeastern Michigan
Student Assistance Services (Free and Confidential)

Does your child have difficulties at school or in other social settings? Have you noticed a change in your child's behaviors and/or attitudes? Are you concerned that your child may be using alcohol or other drugs? CARE of Southeastern Michigan can help.

CARE is committed to helping students and families in the area of behavior and discipline concerns, family issues, anxiety, depression, bullying, anger management, relationship concerns, and alcohol and/or drug misuse. †For more information call (586) 541-CARE *2273) or visit CARE online at http://www.careofsem.com/
Annual Education Report

The federal components of the Annual Education Report (AER) provide detailed information about the status of education in Michiganís public schools, public school academies, districts and Michiganís statewide performance. This report provides all of the information on Teacher Quality, Student Assessment and Accountability for schools, districts and the state in one convenient place:

Teacher Qualifications: Identifies teacher qualifications in relation to requirements. Here you can find how many teachers in a school, district or across the state possess specific qualifications.

Student Assessment: Presents assessment information for English language arts and mathematics for grades 3 to 8 and 11, and science for grades 5, 8 and 11, compared to targets for all students as well as subgroups of students. The report helps users understand achievement progress within grades and schools, and to make comparisons to district, state and national achievement benchmarks.​

Accountability Scorecard: Uses information from assessments, graduation and attendance rates to determine if the school and district are meeting accountability targets. Here you can identify how well your school and district are serving the overall academic needs of students. More information about the Accountability Scorecards is available at: http://www.michigan.gov/schoolscorecard

Letter from the Superintendent, CLICK HERE

Annual Education Report (AER) Data File, CLICK HERE
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