Fifty-two percent or 23 out of 44 Richmond schools fully and partially meet state accreditation standards for the 2017-2018 school year.
Isla Rodriguez, a 6th-grade student at Albert Hill Middle School, has been named the second-place grand prize winner in the 2017 "A Book That Shaped Me" Library of Congress National Book Festival Summer Writing Contest.
Richmond Public Schools announces the following school leadership appointments in preparation for the 2017-2018 school year.
Welcome to the 2017-2018 school year! We are excited about serving our students, families and the surrounding community. Our motto this year is "One School, One Vision," and we are dedicated to providing an educational experience that is relevant, rigorous and aligned to our state's curriculum and International Baccalaureate (IB) tenets. At Lucille Brown, we are keeping the main thing...the main thing...student achievement! Feel free to contact us anytime with any questions or concerns. We look forward to a fantastic school year! Dr. Stacy G. Gaines
Weekly Principal's Blog
September 24-30, 2017Posted by Stacy Gaines at 9/24/2017
Welcome Lucille Brown Middle School families and friends! Please read our announcements for this week:
MAP Testing: Starting tomorrow, September 25th through October 6th, students in grades 6-8 will take tests called Measures of Academic Progress® (MAP®). We give students MAP tests to determine your child’s instructional level and to measure academic growth throughout the school year, and from year to year in the areas of math and English. Your child will take the tests on a computer.
Fall Pictures: Students will take fall pictures with Lifetouch Photography Tuesday, October 31st. Parents, please stay tuned for more information.
Senate Page Leadership Program: The Senate of Virginia is accepting applications for the 2018 Senate Page Leadership Program until Friday, October 20. The Senate Page program offers a unique experience for students to witness the General Assembly in action! Participants have unparalleled insight into the legislative process while they learn to be better leaders and more active citizens. Pages must be Virginia residents, between the ages of 13 -14 years old, and be in good academic standing.
Due to the volume of applications, all applicants must complete an online application for consideration. For more information about the Senate Page program, please click here.