Julia E. Test Intermediate School

In Memory of Mr. Anthony Armstrong

View the Lantern Release Tribute held on March 21st.


   Latest News!   
  • 2017 Indiana Youth Survey - Each year the Richmond Community Schools 6th to 12th grade students participate in the voluntary Indiana Youth Survey (formerly known as the Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug or ATOD Survey). This survey is part of a state-wide initiative by the Indiana Prevention Resource Center and the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration Division of Mental Health and Addiction. It is given in schools throughout the state. This survey provides valuable data to help our county with evaluation of drug prevention measures. We will administer the survey to students starting on March 13, 2017. The survey will close on March 24, 2017. The survey is completely anonymous and is completed without any personally identifiable information that could be traced to an individual student. For the first time at RCS students will be taking the survey online. We feel this will give your child complete anonymity so that they will be more honest when taking the survey. All students will be asked to participate in the survey unless we have a letter or email of written refusal by a parent or guardian. Letters of refusal should be directed to Michael Shunneson at Richmond Community Schools. Please contact me with any questions or concerns. Michael Shunneson, Ed. S. Director of Secondary Education Richmond Community Schools 300 Hub Etchison Parkway Richmond, Indiana 47374 mshunneson@rcs.k12.in.us
  • March 27-31 - NO SCHOOL; Spring Break
  • April 3-7; PTO Book Fair in the Test Library
  • Please click HERE for ISTEP resources available to help students.

   School Information   

IMPORTANT NOTICE TO FAMILIES! If Richmond Community Schools has a two-hour delay on Tuesdays, students will be dismissed at the regular time (3:30 pm).


Breakfast and lunch are served free of charge to all Test students thanks to a federal grant. Click here for monthly menus.

Note: Please bring change or small bills if purchasing milk or other snacks as there are limited funds available for making change. PTO offers ice cream sales most Fridays for 50 or 75 cents.

   Positive Behavior Expectations (PBIS)   

Respect--Making good choices
Organization--Ready to learn
Accepting--Be nice to everyone
Responsibility--Be honest in actions and words

 Earn your ROAR Bucks by doing the right thing.

   Counselor's Corner   

**Twenty-First Century Scholars - Twenty-First Century Scholars has created a new program called ScholarTrack. Students must create an account and enroll from that account. Follow the link to create a student account and enroll if not currently enrolled. Student MUST complete specific grade level tasks each year leading up to graduation. If you require assistance, contact your school counselor. http://www.scholartrack.in.gov.

**Learn More Resource Center - Especially for Intermediate and High School Students and Parents! Today's students will need more than a high school diploma to get ahead. The Learn More Resource Center, Indiana's Pre-K to College Connection, helps Hoosiers of all ages realize a better future.