In partnership with our community, we develop global citizens of tomorrow — citizens who are prepared to lead and excel in their chosen pathways.
Richland Two strives to be the premier school district — a learning and working environment where all partners are committed to creating, sustaining, and investing in a culture and environment of excellence and where all are afforded the opportunity to maximize their gifts and talents as they pursue their pathways to purpose.
Policy ACA Equity
The board is committed to the success of every student and to the district’s mission and vision. Equity of opportunity and equity of access to programs, services, and resources are critical to the success of every student and to the district’s mission and vision. Equity is not synonymous with equality. Equality means every student receives the same opportunities and supports, while equity means every student receives the opportunities and supports he/she needs to maximize his/her gifts and talents and pursue pathways to purpose. Inequities lead to outcomes that do not accurately reflect students’ abilities and potential. Furthermore, inequities limit future success and prevent individuals from leading and excelling in their chosen pathway. The board is, therefore, committed to ensuring students’ identities do not predict nor predetermine their level of success in school. Likewise, the board is committed to ensuring students receive a premier educational experience Click here to view policy
Richland School District Two is committed to providing equal access to educational and employment opportunities regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, disability, pregnancy, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity status, spousal affiliation, or any other protected characteristic, as may be required by law. The Richland Two Title IX Compliance Program page includes contact information for the district’s Title IX Coordinator and the Deputy Title IX Coordinator at each school.