The Family Resource Center sponsors numerous programs and hosts or co-sponsors multiple events through out the school year. Stay tuned to see what is going on or coming up at Richardsville Elementary.
College and career readiness is celebrated during March with guest speakers on Mondays and Fridays during town meeting. Help us help your child plan their journey now. Their attitudes, behavior, and decisions help shape their future. Ask your child about their plans for the future. It's never to early. College & Career Readiness meets the Family Literacy Services Component.
Abraham Lincoln presents students with living history. He reminds students of his birthplace, his boyhood, his stride to the presidency and the Gettysburg Address. He shares interesting facts about the Civil War, the one-room school house and much more. President Lincoln visits with Richardsville students around President's Day. This visit fits into the Family Literacy Services Component.
The Dollars and Sense fair is a hands-on economic lesson where students are given a fake allotment of money and allowed to "shop" to learn money management. Each year the WEHS FBLA students volunteer with us to "work" the booths and help individual students with money-making and math decisions. The fair is typically held in February and meets the Family Literacy Component.
The KY Derby Museum offers educational outreach programs that are age-appropriate and address Kentucky's academic expectations and studies guidelines. The outreach offers a variety of programs and their delivery is one-of-a-kind. We are blessed to have this free outreach in the Bluegrass! This program is normally hosted in the spring and is in the Family Literacy Services Component