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About Richland Two
Pathway to Premier: 2017-2020 Strategic Plan
Pathway to Premier: Bond Projects
Richland Two AdvancED Process
State of the District
About Dr. Baron R. Davis
Executive Directors of Schools
Revised Board Policies
Academics & Accountability
Registrar (Enrollment & Registration)
Communications & Strategic Partnerships
Diversity & Multicultural Inclusion
Traducciones ~ Translations ~ 번역
Forest Lake Elementary
L.W. Conder Arts Integrated Magnet
Lake Carolina - Lower Campus
Lake Carolina - Upper Campus
Lonnie B. Nelson
E.L. Wright Middle
Kelly Mill Middle
Muller Road Middle
Summit Parkway Middle
Richland Northeast High
Ridge View High
Spring Valley High
Magnet Schools and Centers
Center for Child Development
Richland Two Institute of Innovation
Richland Two Charter High School
W.R. Rogers Center
Students are required to conduct themselves in a manner that is in the best interest of the school. Students may not disrupt class or become involved in substantial disruptions or invade the rights of others.
When a problem arises:
Most discipline problems can be resolved by the teacher, student and parent in a calm and reasonable manner. However, in cases where the student’s behavior affects the safety or learning opportunities of other students, additional disciplinary action must be taken.
In such cases, the administration is authorized to take necessary disciplinary action in compliance with the policies of Richland School District Two and local law enforcement agencies.
Open channels of communication have been established within the district that permit students and parents to express complaints and offer suggestions for revision of rules.
Since most disciplinary problems are of a nonrecurring nature, teachers and administrators have several options for solving behavioral problems within the school.