Richfield Public School Academy hosts registration dinner and entertainment for children


Students at Richfield Public School Academy in Flint run to their assigned buses after school Thursday afternoon. The Mass Transportation Authority is considering route reductions that could mean removing some of its routes that provide direct service to charter school students to school.

FLINT, MI—Parents and students interested in the new Richfield Public School Academy building will get their first glimpse on Friday, with free food and entertainment added.

The charter school will host a registration barbecue at the former UAW-GM Child Development Center, which it purchased in February, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. The event will include food. free, a magician and makeup. Completing a preliminary school registration form allows participants to enter a raffle that will reward Bob’s Pizza, Roller Haven, Care Source and Meijer prizes.

“We are celebrating a new facility … and we wanted another way to show that we are dedicated to the community we serve,” said Brendan Hieshetter, music teacher at Richfield. “Just a way of saying ‘thank you for visiting our school’.”

To complete the registration form, participants must bring the birth certificate of the future student and the driving license of the parents. The other registrations would be completed later.

Participants can also tour the 4.9 acres of the new facility, which Heishetter says includes a ropes course, softball field, playground, and pavilions.


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