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Pictures from The Christian A. Richrds Early Childhood & Elementary School in Clay-Ashland

The school celebrated it's Founder's Day on June 25, 2015, the birth anniversary of Christian Richards Sr.. On June 22, 2015, the Rosalind Richards Library was opened. Books were donated by "WE CARE" & Mrs. Famatta Morris, Clay-Ashland's oldest citizen & teacher (retired). On June 22 & 23, 2015, a two day Health Fair conducted by Smiles for Liberia was held that included Dental, Eye & Birth Registry for the students, staff & the community. On June 24, 2015 the school helped with cleaning of the city of Clay-Ashland. On June 25, 2015 a program on the campus was held for the Mayor and included the crowning of the King & Queen; a parade through Clay-Ashland to the Mayor's office, to C. A. Richards grave and back to campus. On June 26, 2015 the school bazaar was held.

The Christian A. Richrds Early Childhood & Elementary School in Clay-Ashland - is a tuition free private school opened to children of Clay-Ashland, taught by teachers in Clay-Ashland, primarily supported by the Rosalind Richards Educational Fund and subsidized by the RCFF and some friends as donors. A needy student (that's about all of them) can be sponsored for $120.00 US a year. This will provide a set of regular uniform, a set of P.E. uniform, 5 pairs of socks plus books and school supplies for one year.