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10788 State Hwy A | Richwoods, MO 63071 | Tel: (573) 678-2257 | Fax: (573) 678-5207
Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.
Richwoods R-VII is a Preschool-8 school, serving the Richwoods area, an unincorporated
community in northern Washington County, Missouri. We are proud of our preschool-8
community-based school. We are very fortunate to have a caring, dedicated staff,
supportive parents/guardians, and wonderful students.
The staff and teachers at Richwoods R-VII are a professional and student-focused group who work together to help provide a quality learning experience for each student. Acting as a team, we strive for success in keeping our established mission and vision as the central focus of all school and district activities.
Partnering to Achieve Wildcat Success
The vision of the Richwoods R-VII School District is to partner with home, school and community to ensure that all students obtain a quality education, to graduate as responsible individuals, lifelong learners, competent workers and contributing citizens.
After completion of the eighth grade at Richwoods, students may choose to attend any one of the local area high schools which include DeSoto, Grandview, Kingston, Potosi, St. Clair and Sullivan. Richwoods R-VII provides transportation to both Grandview and Potosi school districts.
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Missouri Summer Reading Program
Read MOre, Missouri!
“Read MOre, Missouri!” is a statewide summer reading challenge to prevent summer slide— a loss of learning that many students experience while they are out of school. It’s easy to participate! Follow the path to the Top 10 by 20 and stop summer slide with Read MOre, Missouri! Kids can challenge themselves on how many books they will read this summer.
We encourage you to help your students discover the joy of reading for pleasure during the summer. There are many more ways to engage children in reading. While writing vocabulary words and tracking a story’s main idea may be one way, allowing your child to chose texts of interest and discussing what he or she likes about the text is another more engaging way to help students meet the deeper literacy standards included in the Missouri Learning Standards. Literacy is important skill for becoming college and career ready – one of the goals in the Top 10 by 20 initiative. Find details here.