Rich Hill is seeking applicants for the following positions for the 2023-2024 school year. If interested, please contact the superintendent's office.
4 months ago, TJ Black
Your track athletes are state bound!! Good luck men! We are so proud of you!!!
4 months ago, TJ Black
state bound
The Rich Hill R-IV School District was very pleased of the interest that was shown into the summer custodial and maintenance help needed. Those who were selected were notified. Thank you again for everyone who applied but we had more applicants than positions. Have a great summer!
4 months ago, John Gilbert
Elementary parents & students: We will not have Field Day on Monday due to rain in the forecast for tonight and tomorrow. There is no make-up day scheduled.
5 months ago, Mendy Bridgewater
Do not be alarmed. An emergency button on a cell phone was dialed by mistake from inside the school. The Sheriff's office was dispatched and confirmed no emergency here at the school.
5 months ago, TJ Black
Lost and Found!!! It's that time of year when lost and found is overflowing. Please remind your student to check for their belongings!
5 months ago, TJ Black
lost and found
lost and found
The Rich Hill R-IV School District is hiring for the school year of 2023-2024. We have the following positions available: Elementary Teacher, Physical Education Teacher, Athletic Director, and many coaching positions. Please send your resume to You will find applications on the school website.
5 months ago, TJ Black
hiring now
RHS says Thank you!!! Our phenomenal PTO brought us cupcakes today!! Thank you for recognizing the RHS staff!
5 months ago, TJ Black
thank you PTO
The Power to Make a Difference Katie Klinksick, Rich Hill High School band and music teacher, was selected to receive Osage Valley Electric Cooperative’s Influential Educator Award. In addition to the award, she received a $250 gift card. Ms. Klinksick was nominated by Rich Hill High School student, Izetta Person. Izetta was selected as one of four finalists in the Osage Valley Youth Tour Essay Contest and will attend the Washington DC Youth Tour in June. Each finalist was asked to name the educator with the most impact on their educational journey. The Osage Valley Youth Tour Essay Contest program consists of an essay and an interview. The contest not only provides four finalists with a trip to Washington DC or Jefferson City but also strives to build character, confidence, and compassion through the experiences and speakers on the trip. These students are the leaders of tomorrow and Osage Valley wants to acknowledge the educators that encouraged them along the way. Congratulations Ms. Klinksick and Izetta!
5 months ago, TJ Black
Osage Award
WEMO Conference Track schedule of events Saturday, April 29, 2023 Osceola High School. Start Time: 9:00 am (Field Events) & 11:00 am (Running Events) Bus Time: 6:45 am Admission: $4.00 per adult & $3.00 per student
5 months ago, TJ Black
WEMO Conf 2023 Track
The date has changed for the senior walk. Please note the new date is May 3rd at 8:00 am and will be held in the elementary hall.
5 months ago, TJ Black
senior walk
It was signing day for Band yesterday! We want to congratulate and wish these three students good luck as they join their collegiate Bands in the fall! Hayden Schapeler and Noah Smarr will be playing in the Pride Marching Band at Missouri State University. Noelle Abend will be playing in the Marching Mizzou Band. We are so proud of you!!
5 months ago, TJ Black
Band Signing Day
Noelle Abend
Noah Smarr
Hayden Schapeler
It was signing day for Magal Chol-Case today! Magal signed with the intent of playing basketball at Ozark Christian College in Joplin, Mo. He will also be taking dental hygiene classes at MSSU. Congratulations Magal!
6 months ago, TJ Black
Chol-Case with family, HS coach, and future coach.
Chol-Case with some HS teammates and coach.
Several students are hosting an Easter bake sale at Food Fair this morning! They hope to raise funds to help them go on a WW II tour to England and France in 2024. Cheesy potatoes, pies, rolls, and more are going fast!! Stop by before students sell it all.
6 months ago, Doug Abend
bake sale
bake sale
bake sale
bake sale
Reminder: Mowing and Haying Bids for the coming mowing season are due on Wednesday. The area in red is an area that can be bid to pay the school to cut, bale, and haul away the hay for this summer. Read the directions for Bid 2 to see which areas the school is contracting with someone to maintain with mowing and weedeating. If you know someone who would be interested in either Bid Request, please let them know.
6 months ago, Dr. Kevin T. Goddard
2023 Mowing Season
Junior High and High School 3rd Quarter Honor Roll. Tigers, YOU are doing great things!!!!!!
6 months ago, TJ Black
honor roll
JH 3rd QT
HS 3rd QT
Threasa's bus is down and running late today. Not sure how late it will be at this time. Thank you for your patience.
6 months ago, John Gilbert
track practice will start at the gym tomorrow at 3:00 then we will end at the track at 5:30
6 months ago, Damon Green
Thursday's softball game @ Butler has been rescheduled to Wednesday @ Butler 4:30 pm, due to scheduling conflicts.
7 months ago, Damon Green
​We have applied with the Bates County Commission for American Rescue Plan Funds to help the district start a daycare program. There are several teachers with little ones or expecting that can no longer find childcare in Rich Hill since all providers have closed since the COVID shutdown. We know there will be a few teachers who will have to resign if there is no childcare available. Since this is a COVID caused issue, we have applied for $287,408 to provide a facility, equipment, and first year staffing expenses to help us get up and running at a reasonable daily rate for staff. Open spots after staff would be available to working community members at a reasonable cost. The district would expand its daycare and preschool program according to demand from the community to provide working parents seamless care from birth to 5 years old. We thank the Commission for their work in distributing available funds. We think this would be a huge benefit to many families in the Rich Hill community and would benefit all of the students in the district as we would be able to keep our quality teachers by providing childcare to them.
7 months ago, Dr. Kevin T. Goddard