About Our School
Our role at Richardson Elementary School is to develop citizens who can effectively and constructively function in an ever-changing democratic society. Richardson Elementary is nestled in a residential area of North St. Paul, Minnesota and houses approximately 646 students in pre-kindergarten through fifth grade. Our staff works hard to instill pride, responsibility, and a love of learning in each of our students. We teach our students to function independently and responsibly in the community.
- Provide a challenging and enriched curriculum allowing for individual differences, and to maximize each student's potential.
- Encourage positive self-concept and respect for others.
- Guide students toward skills necessary to think, reason, evaluate and function independently and responsibly.
- Instill a desire for learning and discovering now, and in the future.
- Continue to develop professionally and grow towards excellence.
Richardson Elementary School Rules:
- Keep hands, feet, and objects to yourself.
- Use the appropriate voice level and courteous language.
- Follow directions from all adults.
- Be accurate and truthful in words and actions.
- Behave and move in an orderly and safe manner.
- Be prepared and participate in your learning.
- Treat others the way you want to be treated.
- Always try your best.
- Have fun and be safe.
- Positive Attitude: I will feel good about myself and others.
- Self-Control: I will manage my body and my language and encourage others to do the same.
- Respect: I will treat myself, others, and property with respect.
- Responsibility: I will demonstrate responsibility through positive behavior.
- Cooperation: I will cooperate with others for the success of everyone.
- Personal Best/Success: I will strive for my personal best/success at all times.