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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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January 11, 2017 |

January 2017 School Board Meeting

The Richfield Residential Hall Governing Board and Administration will be holding a Regular Meeting on Thursday, January 12, 2017. In accordance with open meeting laws, please click here <rrhgbm-notice-1-12-17> to see the announcement, agenda and location of the January 2017  Richfield Residential Hall Governing Board Meeting. All RRHGB Meetings are considered open meetings and have time on the agenda for public...

December 22, 2016 |

Food Drive

The Action Team (student council) organized a food drive to help needy families.  Action Team members Alexandria George, Amber Thomas, Rhyleigh Descheny, Emilee Sellers, Garrette Begay, Marissa Williams, Ryleigh Henry, and Danielle Seckletstewa took the food donated by RRH staff & students and local families in the neighborhood to the Central Utah Food...

December 22, 2016 |

Floriculture

Floriculture class is one of many classes at the Career, Technical, & Education (CTE) center.  The CTE center is located at Richfield High School and students from South Sevier, North Sevier, and Richfield High school have the opportunity to enroll in these classes.  In Floriculture class, students made Christmas table centerpieces.  Jason Butler is the Floriculture teacher and is the FFA Sponsor & VoAg teacher at South Sevier High...

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