A Message from Mr. Olson

  •  Patrick Olson

     School District of New Richmond's Annual Performance Survey

    The School District of New Richmond has taken many steps to construct a strategic plan which is built on the foundation of our Core Purpose: Inspire every student to learn to his or her potential. This is further supported by our Core Values: excellence, respect, integrity, learning, passion, diversity and collaboration. Our overall purpose of the strategic plan is to build upon the District’s Six Pillars for Success which includes district initiatives for the next 5 years and BEYOND. It is ambitious and intends to elevate expectations and performances. 

    ~Pillar 1 (Parents and Community) Parents and community are encouraged to actively engage and collaborate in our schools.

    ~Pillar 2 (Facilities) To provide safe facilities and environments that meet the educational needs of students and staff.

    ~Pillar 3 (Students) Inspire every student to learn to his or her potential and empower students in their own learning.

    ~Pillar 4 (Innovative Instruction) High standards, rigorous curriculum, and powerful instruction: we must go beyond the basics to ensure that all students become critical-thinkers, effective communicators and responsible global citizens.

    ~Pillar 5 (Staff) Collaborate effectively and participate in shared leadership to enhance professional practice and student learning.

    ~Pillar 6 (Technology) Technology shall be integrated to enhance, improve, engage, and stimulate the learning environment for all students.

    Our strategic plan is at the forefront of our decision making process. The implementation of this strategic plan is ensuring that the School District of New Richmond can offer college and career readiness skills that will further our students’ academic development and social conscience.

    Genuine engagement and collaboration of all stakeholders is essential to driving continuous improvement in the School District of New Richmond.  One method of engagement is two way communication, such as the annual survey. As a student, parent, staff, or community member, you are invited to participate in the District's annual survey to verbalize strengths or areas of opportunity. 

    This survey consists of 15 questions and takes approximately five to fifteen minutes to complete, depending on how many comments you choose to include. This survey will be available until June 11, 2017.  If you are unable to take this survey online, please contact the district office (715.243.7411) and we would be happy to print out a paper copy for your convenience. The results of this survey will be carefully considered, along with school-based data, and used to guide collaborative discussions that will determine the direction of the School District of New Richmond for the next 5 years and BEYOND.

    To Complete District Survey - Click Here

    As stated by Ralph Waldo Emerson “Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail”. The School District of New Richmond continues to leave a trail and we thank you for your support in this journey!

     

    Respectfully,

    The School District of New Richmond

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Tiger Times Archive

  • Tiger Times - April 20, 2017

    On Wednesday, April 19, your District Administrator, Patrick Olson represented the School District of New Richmond at the Joint Finance Committee meeting in Ellsworth, WI. Below is what he presented.

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  • Tiger Times - March 2017

    Join Patrick Olson for a District Administrator Listening Session on Wednesday-May 10th at 6 pm in the large forum at the New Richmond High School.

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  • Tiger Times - January 2, 2017

    Research shows that family and community involvement can have a powerful and positive impact on student outcomes.

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  • Tiger Times, December 5, 2016

    Safety doesn't happen by accident. The primary responsibility of the School District of New Richmond is to ensure a safe and secure environment for students, staff and visitors.

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  • Tiger Times - November 2016

    The School District of New Richmond has taken many steps to construct a strategic plan which is built on the foundation of our Core Purpose: Inspire every student to learn to his or her potential. This is further supported by our Core Values: of excellence, respect, integrity, learning, passion, diversity and collaboration.

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