Nebo Boys/Girls After-school Club

Click directly below to sign-up for classes.  Waiver form can be found at the bottom of the class description.

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Riverview Elementary is excited to announce our fall registration for the After-school program.  The registration will be Wednesday, August 30th starting at 8:00 a.m.  All information, including club schedules, registration forms, and waivers will be available online.  We will use Sign-Up Genius.  Payment will be online this year with a link provided.  If you need payment arrangements or have any questions please contact RaeAnn Nelson at

The fees for the After-school clubs will be $12 this year.  Students may sign up for as many clubs as they would like.  The students will receive a t-shirt (one per year), healthy snacks, a prevention lesson, physical activitives or games, and one hour of club instruction and activities. 

An early morning club will be available at no charge from 8:00 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.  It is available for students who would like extra homework or reading help.  Also for parents who need to leave for work early and want a safe place for their students before school.  Kelsey Mortensen, a certified teacher, will be the morning club instructor.  Please fill out the registration form and waiver for this club as well. 

Fall session 1 will begin Tuesday, September 5th and go until Friday, October 27th.  The sign up for session 2 will be available on Wednesday, October 11th.  We look forward to having your students participate in Riverview's After-school Program. 


Morning Club - 8:00-8:30 a.m.; No cost homework help from a certified teacher every morning from 8-8:45 am.  This is also a safe place for students who need to arrive early to school.  Students must not arrive after 8:30 a.m.


  • Lego Jr. K-3; A fun and interactive club for students who love Legos they will work together in teams to make items of the day also they will have free play time.
  • Kids Rock K-3; Each week students will be exploring a new topic from crafts, games, cooking, science and more.
  • Origami 3-6; a club to teach the ancient art of folding paper, using new ideas helping students solve some world problems with paper.
  • Sign Language 2-6; A club taught by the ASL club at the high school introducing students to this great universal language.

Tuesdays - 3:00-4:30 :

  • 3D Printing 3-6; learning 21st century skills through programming and designing things for the 3D printer
  • Spanish 2-6; A beginning club for any student that would like to learn to speak this valuable language 

Wednesdays - 3:00-4:30 :

  • Art Jr. K-3; This is a club for students who love art: drawing, watercolors, clay pottery and sketch.
  • Einstein Science K-3; Exploring all that is slimy and gooey, along with Bill Nye and Myth Buster experiments.

Thursdays- 3:00-4:30 :

  • Lego Robotics 2-6; STEM curriculum with programing, coding, and engineering robots.  The mind storm club will work hands on building their own robots.
  • Cooking Jr K-3; A club to teach cooking skills and healthy eating habits along with food preparation and clean up.
  • Soccer Jr K-3; a club teaching the game of soccer with a focus on building skills and sportsmanship.

Fridays - 3:00-4:30 :

  • Video game design/Minecraft 3-6; A computer technology club using creative and collaborative efforst as students learn 21st century computer skills that are needed in the world today.
  • Drama theater 1-6; This club will introduce students to theater and drama focusing on fun.  The students will perform a play for parents.


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