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Indiana School Boards Assocation Candidate Forums

Indiana School Board Association (ISBA) is holding ten regional school board candidate forums. These forums are designed to inform new candidates and incumbents running for re-election about school boardsmanship. Some of the topics to be discussed include the roles and responsibilities of being a school board member, ethics, and legal responsibilities. There is time allotted for questions from the audience.

Indiana School Board Association (ISBA) encourages as many local candidates to attend so if you are running or know someone running for your local school board please forward this information to them.

Cost is $35 and each candidate will receive a school board candidate’s kit, which contains valuable information on the financial, legal, and ethical aspects of serving on a school board.

Click HERE for locations of the forums and to register for a forum.

Richmond Community Schools' Climate Audit

Click HERE to read the executive summary of the climate audit recently conducted by the Richmond Community Schools.  The audit includes cumulative data from various stakeholders groups (i.e. parents, students, faculty, staff, administrators and community stakeholders), an analysis of the online survey data, and a summary of general themes from focus groups visits conducted at 10 school sites (i.e. six elementary schools, three intermediate, and one high school) on May 4 and 11, 2016.  The attached information was collected, analyzed, and prepared by an independent educational consulting firm in an effort to gain honest feedback about our School Corporation.  The results of climate audit will be used to guide the next steps in improving our School Corporation and meeting our mission, vision, and goals.

Public Notice To Bidders for Highland Heights and Pleasant View Properties

For information and bid packets for the sale of Highland Heights and Pleasant View properties, visit the following pages:

Updated: July 29, 2016: Bidding is closed on both properties.

2015 Annual Performance Review

To read the 2015 Annual Performance Review for Richmond Community Schools, click HERE.

High Ability Audit

To read the Richmond Community Schools High Ability audit, click HERE.




PowerUp 1:1 Information


To review information about the RCS PowerUp 1:1 initiative, click HERE.


Richmond Community Schools is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Read our Non-Discrimination Policy.