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Welcoming AP Steven Flucas to RHS

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Welcoming AP Steven Flucas to RHS

Dear RHS Students & Families,
 
I am excited to welcome Assistant Principal Steven Flucas to Richfield High School!
 
As many of you know, Mr. Flucas has served as the assistant principal at Richfield Middle School for the past three years. A licensed principal, Mr. Flucas has more than 20 years of experience in education, having previously served in the role of principal and assistant principal in Bloomington and Saint Paul Public Schools and as a social worker in the Minneapolis and Chaska school districts. He earned his master's degree in social work from the University of Illinois and his bachelor's degree in cartography from Southern Illinois University.
 
Please join me in welcoming Mr. Flucas to the Richfield High School Family!

Sincerely, 
 
Principal Stacy Theien-Collins

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We are excited to welcome Assistant Principal Steven Flucas to Richfield High School! As many of you know, Mr. Flucas has served as the assistant principal at Richfield Middle School for the past three years. This transition will allow him to maintain and grow his relationships with past and future RMS students here at Richfield High School.

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