RJ Richey School News

Summer Family Newsletter

Important School Dates & Events to Remember

Summer Info Checklist:


  • RJ Richey Summer Office closed June 17th-July 18th
  • June 24: STAAR 3-8 scores available in Skyward Family Portal
  • Before August 1: Complete Returning Registration (link below) for returning students to RJ


August Back to School Dates:

  • Monday, August 15th = Meet the Teacher
  • Wednesday, August 17th = 22-23' First Day of School

Register Now for the 22-23 School Year

It's time to complete Returning Registration!

REGISTER NOW FOR THE 2022-2023 SCHOOL YEAR!

Registration for the 22-23 school year is now open! Save a seat for your student!


Burnet CISD registration: https://www.burnetcisd.net/apps/pages/registration

Parent Input Form for 2022-2023 School Year

Parents, we'd love to hear from you! Your input is important to us as we begin the planning process for next year's classes. Please be sure to check out the Parent Input Form below and tell us all about your child and their needs for next school year!


Parent Input Link (or use the button below): https://forms.gle/sepnrcQV5NRoHizC6

Important Parent Quick Links and Info:

2022-2023 Student Dress Code Changes

In preparation for the 2022-2023 school year, the Administration has spent the past several months reviewing and revising the Student Dress Code. The Student Dress Code is published annually as a part of the campus handbooks and reinforces grooming and hygiene, prevents disruptions, minimizes safety hazards, and maintains a positive learning climate. Campus handbooks are scheduled to be published in July, but in order to facilitate back to school shopping throughout the summer, the dress code standard for next school year is published below:


2022-2023 Student Dress Code

  • Students shall be clean shaven. Mustaches are permitted but must not extend below the lip. Sideburns cannot extend below the earlobe.
  • Dresses, skirts, all split garments, and shorts must be long enough to maintain dignity while sitting, bending, and standing. Shorts, skirts, dresses, and skorts must be hemmed.
  • Pants, shorts and skirts must be worn at the natural waist of the student.
  • Knives are not allowed at school or school functions, therefore the wearing of any type of case designed to hold a knife is not permitted as well.
  • Secondary (Grades 6-12) students must wear their District-issued ID badge during the school day.
  • Teachers/coaches/sponsors may define appropriate dress for school-sponsored trips, extracurricular activities, and specific classroom activities such as labs. Students who violate those standards may be removed or excluded from the activity for a period determined by the principal or sponsor and may be subject to other disciplinary action.


Examples of inappropriate, unapproved dress and grooming include, but are not limited to:

  • Hats, caps, beanies, bandanas, sweatshirt hoods, etc. that are worn in the building unless associated with a specific school event.
  • Tops with low-cut necklines, or tops with low-cut arm openings as determined by school administration.
  • Clothing that exposes bare midriffs.
  • Any form of exposure of undergarments.
  • Any body piercing jewelry with the exception of appropriately-sized earrings or nostril studs. Excessively large earrings and/or gauges are considered a safety hazard.
  • Chains (i.e. wallet chains, dog collars, excessively long belts, etc.).
  • Intentionally torn clothing or holes in clothing that is determined to be inappropriate by the school administrator. Any holes in pants above the midthigh are not permitted.
  • Excessive or distracting makeup, hair style or hair color: i.e., hair color must be of a naturally occurring color in the human genome. Other hair colors such as purple, green, pink, etc. are a violation of the dress code.
  • Obscene or offensive language or symbols, provocative pictures, advertising of tobacco, alcohol or narcotics on clothing, jewelry, or exposed body parts.
  • Racially related symbols, emblems, pictures, words, slogans or tattoos.
  • Symbols, words, or slogans cut into hair that are obscene, racially related, provocative, or otherwise deemed inappropriate.
  • Excessively loose or baggy clothing is considered a safety hazard, and is not permitted.
  • Dark glasses (unless prescribed by a physician).
  • See-through clothing, or provocative clothing.
  • Any accessory or clothing article deemed gang related as determined by the school administration or designee.
  • Mohawks.
  • Burnet CISD discourages the wearing of expensive jewelry and other apparel and is not responsible for lost or stolen items.

2022-2023 School Supply Lists

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