Congratulations to the Richards Academic Bowl Team.
They came in 1st place in the Muscogee County School District Page Academic Bowl, out of 15 teams. Team members are Carson Otto, AJ Schmidt, Glenn Jiles, Tanusha Raviprakash, Dustin Pyo, and manager Ian Harkness. We wish them well as they continue to practice and prepare for the Regional Competition on December 12th.
Congratulations also to the Richards Math Team, which came in 2nd place in the CSU Math Masters competition.
Team members are 8th grade students, Carson Otto, AJ Schmidt, and Tanisha Prasade, 7th grade students, Tanusha Raviprakash, Sam Black, and Hridhay Srinivasan, and 6th grade students, Jake Carroll and Aarin Vegesna.
Introducing Richards' first ever Stick Sport Club
Come out and give field hockey (in the Fall) AND lacrosse (in the Spring) a try. No try-outs necessary. No experience needed. Join to learn and play!
Since USA Field hockey already donated the sticks, just bring water, shin guards and a mouth guard, wear athletic clothing to our first session, and plan to be a part of Georgia’s FIRST stick sport club!
Our first session will be Monday, November 2nd from 4:00- 5:30. Meet in Coach McCarthy’s room, 103, and have your signed permission slip. Questions? Email Coach McCarthy (email@example.com)
Virtual Speaker-Chief Public Defender
After reading “The Scarlet Ibis” in Mrs. McCarthy’s 7th grade ELA class, students were left to ponder if the unnamed narrator was responsible for the death of his younger brother Doodle. To prepare for a Mock Trial, students collaborated on teams to either defend the narrator’s innocence or prosecute him. With the expertise of volunteer parent and Chief Public Defender, Mr. Moffett Flournoy, students worked to improve their sound reasoning in support of their chosen claims. Pictured is Mr. Flournoy working closely to guide Mrs. McCarthy’s Period 5 Defensive team.
Congratulations to the 2020-2021 Richards Robotics Team:
State Student Advisory Council
Partners in Education Kick Off Conference
Tail Gate was a HUGE success.
Congratulations to Coach Hodge and the Warriors Football team in winning the Football City Championship last night! We beat previously undefeated Harris County 32-14 to bring home the trophy! Thanks to all who supported our players – special thanks to Coach Bamsey, Coach Crumbs, and Coach Pittman for sharing the talents of the cheerleaders and Pep/Dance Team!