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Education is our passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to the people who prepare
for it today.
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 as the central focus of all school and district activities.
Partnering to Achieve Wildcat Success
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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Way to go students!
Students end the school year with some Field Day Fun. Special Ed Coordinator, Lori T. wearing the result of a direct hit by one of our eighth grade students.
August 18 - School begins