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Mission & Vision

Our mission is to create a tradition of excellence where all students are encouraged to excel academically while learning the skills necessary to be responsible, confident, life-long learners, and productive members of an ever-changing society.
Richland Elementary School will be an exemplary, student-focused educational community that has an outstanding staff, meaningful programs, and a nurturing environment where excellence is achieved, good character is exhibited, and hopes and dreams are fostered.

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Upcoming Events

all-day Boosterthon Fun Run @ richland elementary school
Boosterthon Fun Run @ richland elementary school
Mar 31 all-day
Boosterthon Campaign  – If you choose to participate, you and your child will be asked to collect sponsors for every lap your child runs (up to 35 laps.), or people can just make a donation to the school. This is the school’s major fundraiser for the year.[...]
2:30 pm PTO Board Meeting @ richland elementary school
PTO Board Meeting @ richland elementary school
Apr 5 @ 2:30 pm – 3:15 pm
4:00 pm Fino’s East Family Night @ Fino's
Fino’s East Family Night @ Fino's
Apr 13 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Fino’s deli located at 703 W. Brookhaven Circle is locally owned by a Richland family and they will donate a portion of the profits from Family night back to Richland.



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Parent Corner

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School Recognition

(Photo by Brad Vest, The Commercial Appeal ) Mrs. McNary Receives National Honor – National Class of Distinguished Principals 2013

Business United to Recognize Educators has selected Richland Elementary as the School of the Month! - July 2012

(Photo by Kyle Kurlick/Special to The Commercial Appeal) Allyson Chick, a third-grade teacher at Richland elementary, is the first Memphis teacher in several decades named Tennessee teacher of the year.