The Richardsville Family Resource Center is located within Richardsville Elementary to provide school-based family support. It is our mission to help students and families achieve and succeed in everyday life by removing nonacademic barriers to education.
The Family Resource Center enhances academic success by addressing the following action components:
The Family Resource Center is open Monday-Friday from 7:30 am to 4:00 pm. Please call for an appointment during a scheduled school break.
If you or your child need assistance, please contact me at the Center (777-3678) or by email: email@example.com If your family is in need of immediate assistance due to a crisis, please call 270-843-HELP.
To learn more about the Family Resource and Youth Services Centers of Kentucky, please visit chfs.ky.gov/dfrcvs/frysc/
K-Prep Testing time is here! Students begin testing on Thursday, May 19 and finish on Wednesday, May 25. All students in grades 3 through 6 test. Please CLICK HERE for a handout on parent and student testing tips and daily reminders.
The FRC will offer a Summer Reading and Activities Program in conjunction with the Warren County Public Library EVERY TUESDAY this summer! We will have open gym from 1:30pm until 2:30pm for both organized activity and free play. The WCPL Book Mobile will then be on-site from 2:30pm until 4pm to host a variety of activities and crafts. PARENT/GUARDIAN and/or ADULT SUPERVISION REQUIRED. The Summer Reading Program IS NOT a drop-off program. Click HERE for a flyer.
The annual Kentucky Derby hat contest will be held during Town Meeting on Friday, May 6. The Run for the Roses will occur following the contest. All students are encouraged to participate.
Abraham Lincoln visited Richardsville Elementary to present students with living history. President Lincoln reminded students of his birthplace, his boyhood, his stride to the presidency and the Gettysburg Address. We can't wait to see him again!
Richardsville Elementary 6th grader McKenzie G. was accompanied by her mother to Frankfort on Wednesday, February 24 for the Family Resource and Youth Services Centers Legislative Page Days. McKenzie, as well as other youth, were able to tour the Capitol with a personal escort and meet with legislators. McKenzie then served as a personal Page for Representative Michael Meredith during the legislative session. McKenzie "won" the experience by writing the best overall essay, "Why I Want to be a Page."