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2017 – 2018 Capital Campaign

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Capital Campaign runs Aug 21st till Sept 8th. PTO Capital Campaign funds provide things for our school that cannot be provided through government funding such as; copier expenses, printer cartridges for teachers, faculty professional development, laminating supplies, software licenses (such as AR) and tech support.  Richland is not a Title I school, so we do not get extra funds from the state that other schools receive.  The funds from the Capital Campaign also provide some fun fellowship events such as: teacher luncheons, Donuts with Dads and Mornings with Moms. 

Instead of receiving only 40% of total fundraising sales for cookie dough, wrapping paper, etc., Richland has embraced the concept of a capital campaign since 2012. Our 2014 Campaign raised almost $30,000 that the PTO invested right back into Richland! 100% of your cash donation goes directly to Richland and your student.
The class with the highest participation rate (by percentage) will receive a celebration party at the end of the Capital Campaign. Below are the uniform approved spirit wear items the child will receive in appreciation for your donation. Thank you in advance for your generosity!
For more information and/or Corporate Donations: Contact Sarah Scott, Capital Campaign Chair @


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School Recognition

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