Richmond County Schools

Richmond County Schools

HAMLET — Richmond County Schools will hold its twelfth annual Stuff the Bus Campaign on Tuesday, August 4, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Walmart parking lot in Rockingham.

HAMLET — Based on guidance and requirements issued by Gov. Roy Cooper and the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, Richmond County Schools is currently creating reopening plans for the 2020–2021 school year.

Wednesday, 20 May 2020 22:16

Parent tests positive for COVID-19

HAMLET — Richmond County Schools was notified Wednesday evening that a parent who accompanied their child to the virtual graduation at Richmond Senior High School on Wednesday morning was notified later in the day that he/she tested positive for COVID-19. 

HAMLET — Richmond County Schools is announcing a new program called Emergency Meals-to-You that will deliver meals for your children to your doorstep for free for the month of June.

HAMLET — Richmond County Schools will begin a new meal preparation and delivery food schedule. 

HAMLET — After a thorough review of guidelines provided by the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, as well as information from Gov. Roy Cooper’s office, Richmond County Schools has worked diligently to build a proposed graduation plan that meets safety requirements while giving students and their families the maximum traditional graduation experience possible.

HAMLET — The Richmond County School System became aware Friday evening that an employee assigned to East Rockingham Elementary tested positive for COVID-19.

HAMLET — Richmond County Schools would like to thank Sen. Tom McInnis and County Manager Bryan Land for providing wireless access in the Mangum Community Center. The center will provide another safe place for our students to continue their remote learning. 

HAMLET — The Cole Foundation announced the 2020 Scholarship recipients Tuesday from Richmond Early College High School and Richmond Senior High School. 

HAMLET — No Kid Hungry — an organization working to end hunger and poverty — challenged social media users to #ThankaHungerHero as school staff work tirelessly to ensure kids get the meals they need during the COVID-19 closure. 

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