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Richfield Residential Hall has been educating Navajo youth for over fifty years. This proud heritage of service to the Dine people began in the early 1950’s when Navajo parents requested that their children be allowed to continue the exemplary education they were receiving in the Richfield area while the parents followed the seasonal agricultural work to Northern Utah, and other nearby states.

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Richfield Residential Hall is the premier educational opportunity for Dine high school students.

 

A Proud History:

Richfield Residential Hall has been educating Navajo youth for over fifty years. This proud heritage of service to the Dine people began in the early 1950’s when Navajo parents requested that their children be allowed to continue the exemplary education they were receiving in the Richfield area while the parents followed the seasonal agricultural work to Northern Utah, and other nearby states.

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May 26, 2016 |

RRHGB Meeting

The Richfield Residential Hall Governing Board and Administration will be holding a Regular Meeting on Friday, May 27th, 2016. In accordance with open meeting laws, please click here <05-27-2016 Public Notice> to see the announcement, agenda and location of the May 2016  Richfield Residential Hall Governing Board Meeting. All RRHGB Meetings are considered open meetings and have time on the agenda for public...

May 23, 2016 |

Homeward Bound

RRH Students are working hard to end the school year on a positive note with final tests, papers and projects this week. They are all excited to return home to family in the next few days. As a reminder, 9th-11th grade students will board charter buses after school on Wednesday, May 25th  and will leave our campus at about 3:00 pm. Pick up will be at Page Lumber (7:15 pm MDT) and Tuba City Police Station (9:15 pm). For details, see the letter that was mailed to families here <Bus List & Letter- End of the Year...

May 18, 2016 |

Boys Camp Out

May 13-15 The boys have been looking forward to camp out all year.  They were excited to get out of the dorm, explore and eat different foods.  The weather was great most of the weekend with a little rain on the last day.Camp out gave the boys the boost of energy and enthusiasm to finish up the school year. Photos and text by Jaime...

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