Academics

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Richland #44 Academics

Richland #44 is an incredible community and a phenomenal place to send a child to learn and grow. We are located between Fargo and Wahpeton, about 30 minutes from each. Our community has the best of both worlds: proximity to bigger cities but the small-town culture that means close relationships, individualized attention, and the ability to focus on each child’s needs.  We welcome new families into our school district and into our wonderful community.

Dr. Britney Gandhi , Superintendent & Jr/Sr High School Principal

Highlights

Richland Jr/Sr HS Bell Schedule 2020-2021
Period 1 8:25 – 9:15
Period 2 9:19 – 10:09
Period 3 10:13 – 11:03
Period 4 (9-12th Grade) 11:07 – 11:53
Period 4 (7-8th Grade) 11:35 – 12:21
Period 5  12:25 – 1:15
Period 6 1:19 – 2:09
Period 7 2:13 – 3:03
Flex  3:07 – 3:30
Lunch 1 (7-8th Grade) 11:03 – 11:31
Lunch 2 (9-12th Grade) 11:53 – 12:21
2-Hour Early Release Bell Schedule 2020-2021
Period 1 8:25 – 9:02
Period 2 9:06 – 9:43
Period 3 9:47 10:24
Period 4 10:28 11:06
Period 5 11:10 11:48
Jr HS Lunch (7th-8th) 11:48 – 12:06
6th Period (Sr HS) 11:52 – 12:30
Sr HS Lunch (9th-12th) 12:30 – 12:48
6th Period (JH)  12:10 – 12:48
7th Period 12:52 – 1:30

Are you interested in earning college credit while still in high school? Save money and time and get ahead by enrolling in a college credit class today! Through Early Entry (Dual Credit) classes, you can earn college credits while still fulfilling your high school requirements. Richland #44 has partnered with NDSCS to offer a variety of courses for dual credit status.

Advantages of Early Entry Courses
  • Lower tuition.
  • Saves time by allowing students to get a jump start on earning college credit.
  • Ease into college classes in a comfortable, familiar environment with smaller class sizes.
  • The letter grade received in the course is the same and is posted on both high school and college transcripts.
  • Fulfills a category for the North Dakota Academic Scholarship.

If you are interested in a dual credit program, feel free to contact Chris Potter at christopher.potter@k12.nd.us

Assessment Information

Richland #44 School District follows the testing standards set by the North Dakota Department of Public Instruction. To see all these testing standards, please check out the:

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Transcript Release

To request a copy of your High School transcript, fill out the following form, and email it to Mr. Potter.

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