During times of uncertainty and uneasiness in the field of education, we, here at Richland Two, are excited to have strong administrators, teachers and support staff who will not only lead but inspire their teams and students during this global pandemic that we find ourselves in. Journey with us during this unprecedented year as we highlight "The Humans" of Richland Two. The heroes and essential workers who have committed to offer a solid ground for our students to stand on during the 2020-2021 academic year.
With aplomb, the latest Rookie Teacher of the Block (RTOB) award winner is navigating the greatest public health emergency of our lifetime with veteran-like skills. Hannah Cummings, a third-grade teacher at Round Top Elementary School has been selected as one of the best new teachers in Richland School District Two and is the December 2020 RTOB. The award is sponsored by H&R Block, a dedicated partner of the district. Read more about Hannah.
A star emerges at Round Top Elementary School
Richland School District Two has named Sharon Nelson as its Talent Acquisition Manager. In this role, she will lead the district’s initiatives to recruit and retain highly qualified certified and classified employees who provide or support premier educational experiences for our students. Read more about Sharon.
Richland Two names Talent and Acquisition Manager
The COVID-19 pandemic wasn’t enough to deter Brandon Jackson from answering the call to teach. Education is a second career for Jackson, an eighth-grade social studies teacher at Longleaf Middle School. Jackson joined the Richland Two staff after running a successful business, serving 20 years in the United States Army and receiving a Purple Heart. Jackson is the November 2020 Rookie Teacher of the Block (RTOB). The award is sponsored by H&R Block, a dedicated partner of the district. Read more about Brandon.
Military veteran transitions to teaching and wins RTOB