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Superintendent's Message

Dear Learning Community, 


I am humbled and honored to serve as the superintendent of our wonderful school district with three outstanding high schools. Mohave High School, River Valley High School, and the CRUHSD Academy all have proud traditions of providing young people with opportunities to reach their highest aspirations. My goal is to continue to support our students and to celebrate their successes as we win as a school district in the 3 A’s… Academics, the Arts, and Athletics. Academics are the mind of a school, the Arts are the soul of a school, and athletics are the heart of a school. Celebrating our students as they reach for the stars in these areas will build positive cultures on our campuses and bring great joy to every member of our community. Winning in athletics is something you can watch by attending our school’s extra-curricular events at the Anderson Auto Group Fieldhouse! 


Our district is committed to, and in the early stages of, improving the facilities at our campuses with an emphasis on school safety and school security. We will also be working to improve academically by transitioning into a Professional Learning Community (PLC). In a PLC the focus shifts from what students are being taught to what students are actually learning. When students are facing challenges, additional support is provided to meet their individual needs and teachers collaborate around student learning needs. I am confident that this approach will result in the Colorado River Union High School District becoming an A rated school district. 


With summer break coming to a close, be sure to visit our school websites and be on the lookout for information about registration and other information about preparing for the start of the new school year on Wednesday, August 2nd. Working together as a community of learning we will attain the promise of CRUHSD’s new motto of Achievement For All! 



Dr. Richard
Colorado River Union High School District #2

Picture of Dr. Tim Richard.

Dr. Tim Richard, Superintendent