Richwoods R-VII School District
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Making Headlines

Our students are making headlines, and we want to share all the great news with you. Keep your eye on this page for important announcements and to help us celebrate our students’ many achievements.

Proposed Plans to Address Lead in Private Drinking Water Wells

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Region 7 seeks public input on four proposed plans to address lead and other heavy metal contamination in private, domestic drinking water. These plans concern wells at residential properties within the Washington County Lead District (WCLD) National Priorities List (NPL) Superfund Sites, which include Furnace Creek, Old Mines, Potosi, and Richwoods. Please review the Proposed Plans to Address Lead letter from Elizabeth Kramer, Community Involvement Coordinator, for all the information. You may email Ms. Kramer or call her at (913) 551-7186, toll-free: 1-800-223-0425. The EPA Public Comment Period ends on August 18. Other available resources are:

  • 2022 WCLD Overview Chart
  • WashingtonCounty Lead District flyer
  • Lead: What Can I Do Infographic
  • What can I do? flyer
Description of Lead: What Can I Do? Infographic - ADA flyer
Spring MAP Scores

We will distribute 2022 Spring MAP scores at parent/teacher conferences in the fall. If you have any questions, please contact our counselor, Sherry.

School Supply List

Another new school year is right around the corner. The new supply list for your students is now available to help you prepare for the upcoming school year. Please visit our Parent or Student Quick Links tabs located on the left side of our Home page for all the updated supply lists.