Julia E. Test

33 South 22nd Street

Richmond, IN 47374


Principal: Mrs. Laura Brazil


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Volunteer Background Checks are required for any adult wanting to help at school functions each year, including chaperoning field trips, mentoring, and other events. Please complete this form and turn it into the office as it may take several weeks for processing. (Español)


Mission Statement   

Test Intermediate School provides a caring, challenging environment where dedicated educators strive to prepare students academically, physically, socially, and emotionally to be productive members of society. 


Start and Dismissal Times     

Building Opens: 7:50 a.m.
Breakfast Served: Grab and Go
Mondays, Wednesday, Thursdays, Fridays: 8:00 a.m. - 3:15 p.m.
Tuesdays 8:00 a.m. - 2:24 p.m.
2-Hour Delay: 10:00 am - 3:15 pm
If Richmond Community Schools has a two-hour delay, students will be dismissed at the regular time (3:15 pm).

Breakfast and lunch are served free of charge to all Test students thanks to a federal grant. Click here for monthly menus.

Note: Please bring change or small bills if purchasing milk or other snacks as there are limited funds available for making change. PTO offers ice cream sales most Fridays for 50 or 75 cents.

 Arrival and Dismissal    

For the safety of our students, try to adjust your route to drop off and pick up students on the school side of the street so they do not have to cross traffic. Vehicles should not be using the parking lot or bus lanes for dropping off students. 

Students in grades 6 will enter Door 1 at 7:50 a.m.   Students in grade 5 will enter Door 21 at 7:50 a.m.  After 8:00 all students please enter through Door 1.   Car riders and walkers are dismissed at 3:15 through Door #1.  Pick up from the front of the building will not be permitted.  



Tigers are Respectful, Organized, Accepting, and Resposnsible.  Will you ROAR today? Families are encouraged to join LiveSchool to track, monitor and celebrate positive student choices.  To join LiveSchool please follow this LINK


Counselor's Corner   

**Twenty-First Century Scholars - Twenty-First Century Scholars has created a new program called ScholarTrack. Students must create an account and enroll from that account. Follow the link to create a student account and enroll if not currently enrolled. Student MUST complete specific grade level tasks each year leading up to graduation. If you require assistance, contact your school counselor. http://www.scholartrack.in.gov.

**Learn More Resource Center - Especially for Intermediate and High School Students and Parents! Today's students will need more than a high school diploma to get ahead. The Learn More Resource Center, Indiana's Pre-K to College Connection, helps Hoosiers of all ages realize a better future.