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Richland R-IV Busses Pass State Inspection

Congratulations to our transportation director Charley Fritts (left) and bus mechanic (right) Chad Gard for receiving a 100% on bus inspections from the Missouri State Highway Patrol.

FFA Members Advance to Districts

The Richland FFA traveled to Willow Springs Tuesday, March 10, for the Area 13 competition. Sophomore Jacob Blank (Left) placed 3rd in Division II Public Speaking and freshman Matthew Black (Right) placed 1st in Division I Public Speaking. Both students will advance to the district competition March 31, in Rolla, Missouri.

Kindergarten and Preschool Screening

Richland Schools will be holding their annual school screenings.  Screenings for all children age eligible for Preschool and Kindergarten. Your child must be 4 years of age by July 31, 2015 to be preschool eligible or 5 years of age by July 31, 2015 for kindergarten entry.

What you need to do:
-Contact Amy Fisher to schedule a time for your child's screening @ 765-3812 ext.201

-Child's birth certificate

-Child's Social Security card

-Child's shot records

-Proof of residence: example-utility bill with your physical address

The screenings will be conducted at Richland Elementary on April 9, 2015 from 8:15 a.m.-3:00p.m., you need to make your appointment as soon as possible,  spots will be filled on a first call, first service basis. Please plan accordingly to be on time for your appointment so everyone can keep their scheduled time as well.   Allot for a two hour span for screenings to be complete.

We will send out reminders of your scheduled time and information needed prior to your appointment.  

Snow Day Make-Ups Announced
The Richland R-IV School District has chose the following days to make-up recently missed snow days:

Day Missed
Make-Up Day
November 17
May 22
February 17
March 16
February 18
March 17
February 19
March 18
March 2
May 26
March 4
May 27
March 5
May 28
May 28 is the last day of school and will be a half day for students.

Richland FFA Seniors Receive Star Awards

To be recognized as an Area FFA Star is one of the highest awards that an FFA student can achieve at the Area level. Only through hard work, persistence, and dedication will this be accomplished. Supervised Agricultural Experiences (SAEs) are the students’ year round projects or enterprises where they apply agriculture skills and knowledge learned from the classroom. These can range from working for local agriculture businesses, owning their own livestock, running their own small agriculture business, or taking part in agriculture scientific research. These SAE’s are separated into four categories; Agribusiness, Agriscience, Placement, and Ownership. Throughout the 21 schools that make up the Missouri FFA: Area 13, more than 35 highly qualified students sent in applications, hoping to be recognized as the Area Star in one of those four categories. Richland seniors Jacob Black, Katie Ledbetter, and Devyn Poynter were 3 of those applicants. After evaluating their applications and completing an extensive interview process, Richland FFA seniors rose to the top and were named Area Stars. Jacob Black was named Area 13 Star Farmer, Katie Ledbetter was named Area 13 Star in Placement, and Devyn Poynter was named Area 13 Star in Agribusiness. Not only was Katie named Star in Placement she also took first place in her proficiency area; Diversified Crop Production-Placement. All of these honors will qualify these students to interview at the state level at this years FFA State Convention, in hopes of being named State Stars.

The RHS Academic Team won first place at the Waynesville High School Academic Tournament January 10, 2015. They were also victorious at the Frisco League Academic Tournament January 17, 2015. They have also received the honor of being ranked #5 in the National Small School Rankings. Pictured (L to R): Adam Huber, Trent Homan, Trevor Scaringello, Tyler Profest

Congratulations to (L to R) 8th Graders Kenny Roach & Josiah Dixon, 7th Graders Preston Brown & Amira Brown for being selected to the Central District Junior High Honor Band. The students were part of two bands, one for 7th grade students and one for 8th grade students that rehearsed all day on Saturday January 10th at Waynesville High School and then presented a concert at 5 p.m. The students were selected by the band directors in the Central District from 27 different schools. The 7th and 8th grade bands each had around 90 students.


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