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School Breakfast & Lunch Order for Riverview Elementary

The best way to order school lunch and/or breakfast for students who are not at school is to fill out a survey each day for each student.  The survey is linked above. This includes kindergarten and preschool students as well as remote learning students of all grades.   You will need to order before 9 a.m. each morning. Meals are only provided on scheduled school days. For special circumstances, you can still call the school to place your order.

Meals can be picked up in the front office between 10:40 AM and 11:00 AM each morning.

La mejor manera de hacer un pedido para  el almuerzo y/o desayuno escolar para los estudiantes que no van a la escuela es llenar una encuesta diariamente por cada estudiante. Esto incluye a los estudiantes de kinder y preescolar, como también a los estudiantes de todos los grados que están con el aprendizaje remoto. Deberán hacer su pedido antes de las 9 a.m. todos los días. Las comidas se proporcionan únicamente en los días de clases programadas. En circunstancias especiales, ustedes podrán llamar a la escuela para hacer su pedido.


Las comidas se pueden recoger en la oficina de la dirección entre 10:40 AM y 11:00 AM todas las mañanas.



Riverview Elementary Newsletter

Submitted by angela.killian on Tue, 11/24/2020 - 10:43

Principal Moment

In the spirit of Thanksgiving, some Riverview students have been writing what they are thankful for.  There’s nothing more real than asking a student a serious question to see what the response will be. 

“I’m thankful for being a beautiful dancer!  

“I’m thankful for my dad.”

“I am thankful for yummy cookies.”

“I’m thankful that I can climb trees.”

“I’m thankful for my family and house.”

“I’m thankful that I can do a back flip.”

History Came Alive in Fifth Grade

Submitted by angela.killian on Thu, 11/19/2020 - 14:01
History Came Alive in Fifth Grade

Fifth grade students took on the life of historical figures, quite literally, this morning.  As part of the Wax Museum project, students chose a historical figure, conducted research,  and wrote a biographical report about their chosen person. Today, students came dressed up as wax depictions of their figures.  They spoke and acted as if they were the historical person.  

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