New Richland-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva (NRHEG) Public Schools #2168

Empowering students with knowledge and skills to succeed

  • About Us

     As well as offering a high quality of teaching and extra-curricular activities to our students, we also have a commitment to ensure that our students receive the best guidance and support to ensure they feel happy and safe here and are therefore able to thrive and achieve academically.

    Superintendent:  Michael Meihak   mmeihak@nrheg.k12.mn.us

    Secondary Principal:  Grant Berg  gberg@nrheg.k12.mn.us

    Elementary Principal:  Craig Kopetzki   ckopetzki@nrheg.k12.mn.us

    Community Education Director:  Macy Whiteside  mwhiteside@nrheg.k12.mn.us

    Administrative Assistant to the Superintendent:  Sue Kulseth  skulseth@nrheg.k12.mn.us

    Phone:  507-465-3205                                             Fax:  507-465-8633

     Our Mission:  Empowering students with knowledge and skills to succeed.

     Our Vision:  To be the school district of choice, inspiring excellence in academics, arts, and activities.


  • Congratulations Mr. Domeier

    Mark Domeier, a longtime teacher at NRHEG, was recognized with a Distinguished Service Award from the Minnesota Interscholastic Activities Administrators Association (MNIAA). He was presented the award during a recent annual conference of Activities directors from across the state. Above, Domeier is pictured with Dan Stork, NRHEG Athletic Director.




  • NRHEG Has Summer Daycare
    Kids 3 yrs to 5th Grade
    M-F 6:45am to 5:45pm
    Call Rachel at 507-417-2626


  • Child Tax Credit

    Minnesotans can now claim the Child Tax Credit, with no limit on the number of children claimed. You must file a 2023 individual income tax return in order to claim the credit. Most taxpayers who are eligible to claim the new Child Tax Credit are also eligible for free tax preparation assistance. Learn more about income requirements and qualifications on the Child Tax Credit webpage. 

    The tax credit of up to $1750 per child is estimated to cut child poverty by up to one third in Minnesota. Nearly 300,000 households including 513,000 children are estimated to qualify for the credit.

    Save Receipts for School Supplies

    The Minnesota Department of Revenue offers two valuable tax benefits for parents who purchase school supplies for their K-12 students: the K-12 Education Credit and Subtraction. These benefits can reduce parents’ taxes to increase their refund, but is only available for those who keep their receipts. Purchases for most school supplies, field trips, and musical instruments for school band are eligible.

    Most Minnesota parents qualify for the K-12 subtraction, which reduces their taxable income. Parents under certain income limits may also qualify for the K-12 credit, which can refund up to 75% of their costs – even for parents who do not owe any taxes. Visit Revenue's website for details.

     


  • You can now buy tickets from this website.  Look for the ticket icon (purchase tickets) above.



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