Richmond Street School

March 26: The RIPPLE Effect:Diversity Inclusion Parent Seminar 6 PM – 7:30 PM

News and Announcements

Read-a-thon Results

We surpassed our school goal, reading a grand total of 498,836 minutes! Thank you to all the parents and teachers for supporting the month-long reading challenge!

Way to go to our 100% Participation Classes –OBrien, Loye, Lister, Kim, Taylor, Voboril, Palmer, and Garza. They all received a free treat coupon generously donated by Cold Stone.

Congrats to our Top Classes – Schmit, Loye, Nodar, Larson/Hingley, Voboril, and, Jesiolowski! The students from these classes will enjoy a Green Eggs and Ham celebration on March 15th for reading the most in their grade level. Please contact me if you would like to help with this event -

Additonally, Mrs. Voboril’s class read 34,715 minutes - the most in the school, so Cold Stone is bringing their truck and donating ice cream to reward them.

Students will all be awarded LA Kings Royal Reader prizes around April.

Keep reading at least 20 minutes everyday!
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New Student Registration

For the 2018-2019 school year:

NewTK/Kindergarten Registration: Resident Kindergarten Registration will begin on March 19th through April 27, 2018. By registering during this period, this allows us to ensure time for the purposes of planning, ordering supplies and applicable staffing needs. For those families that move to El Segundo after April 27th, come to the district as soon as you have all of the required paperwork as detailed below.

New 1-12th Grade Registrations: Resident Registration will begin on April 30th through May 25, 2018. For those families that move to El Segundo after May 25th, please come to the district as soon as you have all of the required paperwork.
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Reality Party

Facing reality
Many adults feel drinking and partying are a rite of passage and think
teen parties are the same as when they were young. Straight Up youth
want parents to face the current realities and learn why and how we
need adults to help change these dangerous social norms.
What you will see
Reality Parties are open to the public (adults only) and are FREE.
Participants will tour a home set up to portray a teen party with youth
actors voicing concerns expressed by local teens and young adults.
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WRAD celebrates the importance of reading aloud and sharing stories. Be sure to read aloud taking action on behalf of the 750 million people who lack basic reading and writing skills. Visit Mrs. Haun's webpage for more information and resources!

• Open Mic Lunch (Grades 1-5) – Students encouraged to bring and share a poem
• School wide readings of "Light in the Attic" – EVERY class/teacher
• School wide favorite Read Alouds - “If you met someone who had never read a book and could choose one book to share with them, which book would it be? Why?” Students will fill out a book template and these will be displayed around the school.

“Reading aloud is my favorite way to create community and joy. A profound, magical connection forms between reader, text, and listener. Through the books we choose and the people we read with, we deepen relationships and create memories that will last a lifetime.” – Pam Allyn, Founding Director of LitWorld -
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