New Utah County Health Department location in Payson

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If you need to update or check immunizations or get birth certificates, you can go to the Utah County Health Department's new location in Payson at 285 N 1250 E, 3rd Floor.  Hours are 8:00 - 11:30 a.m., 1:00 - 4:30 p.m., Monday - Friday.  801-851-7351.

Registration for 2019-2020 School Year

Elementary Online Registration will be made available on Thursday, July 25thIf you complete registration ONLINE, there is no need to come to In-Person Elementary Registration. 

Elementary In-Person Registration for the Spanish Fork area will be Tuesday, July 30th from 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m  A school nurse and interpreter will be available at school to assist with immunization records and completion of online forms.  All registration information is available at http://www.nebo.edu/registration

Kindergarten registration, traditionally held in March, has been moved to the summer and combined with grades 1st -12th. Parents can prepare now for registering their kindergarten children by making sure they have a birth certificate and that their child is current on the following immunizations: DTap, Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Polio, Varicella and MMR by the end of July.  

Once the registration process is completed, teacher assignment(s) will be available 8-01-19 using SIS @ http://www.nebo.edu/parents/sis

Summer Office Hours:  Monday-Thursday 8:00-1:00  CLOSED Friday

Mr. Teuscher's Class

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Mr. Teuscher's class invited us to learn about our different states by having his students dress up as someone from a specific state and then creating a shadow box about a trivia question that went with their state.  It was a fun way to learn obout our 50 states!

Riverview Elementary Weekly Newsletter

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Principal Moment

The last month of school is sooo busy, teachers sometimes wish they could fast-forward to the last day of school.  When the last day comes, they want to sloooowww it down.

This year on the last day of school, we will try to make it like any other day.  We will talk to students in the halls; we will laugh at jokes we have heard twenty times, we will ask what colleagues and kiddos have planned for the summer. 

Ten minutes before the bell rings, teachers will begin their final speech of the year.  It will go something like this, “Boys and girls, it’s been a great year…” At this point teachers’ voices begin to crack.  “And now it is time for you to move to the next grade.  You’ve worked hard and you are ready.”  Finally, the last bell will ring.  Teachers will stand up, wipe their eyes and without any direction the students will line up for hugging.  Teachers will bite their lips, tousle hair and pat heads good-bye. 

When the students are all gone, teachers will put the classroom to bed, load memories into a box, stack the chairs to one side, erase the “1 day left” from the corner of the whiteboard, close the cupboard doors, take one last look around the room, turn off the lights, and lock the door.

Then the year will be over.  Just like that.

Students will be dismissed at noon on Friday.  Lunch will be served at 10:10 for those students who would like to eat lunch.  Pizza is the only menu item; chicken nuggets and sandwiches will not be available.   Buses will be running the regular routes.  

Lunch Menu for the week

  • Wednesday 22nd – Chicken Sandwich
  • Thursday 23rd – Mini Corndogs/Mac – n- cheese
  • Friday 24th – Pizza only – no chicken nuggets or cheese sandwich

Sprinkler Day Cancelled

I am sorry to have to inform students and families that we will be cancelling this year’s sprinkler day which was scheduled for Thursday, May 23rd of next week.  It is determined that the persistent rain forecast will not be favorable for an outside water activity for younger students.  Thank you for being understanding. 

PTA Yearbook

The yearbooks have arrived.  Books should have been delivered this week to those who have purchased one. The PTA have ordered some extra books, BUT not a lot.  Yearbooks are available in the office; $15 per book. 

Registration for 2019-2020

Elementary Online Registration will be made available on July 25th.  Elementary In-Person Registration for the Spanish Fork area will be July 30th.  We will have a school nurse and interpreter available at school to assist with immunization records and completion of the online forms.  All information is available at http://www.nebo.edu/registration.

Kindergarten registration, traditionally held in March, has been moved to the summer and combined with grades 1st -12th. Parents can prepare now for registering their kindergarten children by making sure they have a birth certificate and that their child is current on the following immunizations: DTap, Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Polio, Varicella and MMR by the end of July.  

Summer Meals

Nutritious free meals are available for children ages 18 and younger at many Utah locations throughout the summer while school is out of session. In our area, meals are served in Springville, Spanish Fork, Payson, and Santaquin. For free meals in other areas visit the USDA website at https://www.fns.usda.gov/summerfoodrocks or contact the Utah State Board of Education, Child Nutrition Programs at 801-538-7680.

Please continue to check the website throughout the summer for additional information. 

It has been a great year!  Have a wonderful summer!

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Upcoming Events

  • May 22nd – 5th & 6th grade talent show 9:00-10:30 a.m.
  • May 24th – Last day of school; dismissed at noon. 8:45 a.m. - closing flag ceremony. 

Mrs. Angie Killian

Principal, Riverview Elementary

 

 

Art in First Grade

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First grade has been learning about pointillism. They used q-tips and paint to create these fabulous works of art!

Riverview Elementary Weekly Newsletter

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Principal Moment

It is the time of year teachers need to put on their hardhats, tie yellow caution tape across their doors, and lay out orange cones in the halls.  They will need to stand guard at the garbage cans, handing back papers that forgot where the ‘finished’ work basket is.

You have probably never been able to observe how kids clean out their desks.  They don’t take out their books and papers and lay them on top of their desks.  Oh no.  They reach their arms into their desks, pull everything out at the same time, and spread it all out on the floor like it’s their Halloween candy. 

If ever there be an emergency, we could sustain students for quite some time on all the lost bags of Cheetos, black bananas, and Smarties that will magical appear and also answer the question of  “What is that smell?” 

What a great time of year!

Lunch Menu for next week

  • Monday 21st -French toast/sausage patty
  • Tuesday 22nd – Burrito
  • Wednesday 23rd – Chicken Sandwich
  • Thursday 24th – Mini Corndogs/Mac – n- cheese
  • Friday – Pizza only – no chicken nuggets or cheese sandwich

Sprinkler Day Cancelled

I am sorry to have to inform students and families that we will be cancelling this year’s sprinkler day which was scheduled for Thursday, May 23rd of next week.  It is determined that the persistent rain forecast will not be favorable for an outside water activity for younger students.  Thank you for being understanding. 

PTA

I would like to personally thank Gary Terranova and the PTA for a FANTASTIC School Carnival!  I truly enjoyed the evening!  What a great event; the smells, the sounds, the sights, the fun!  I appreciate the hours and hours of hard work to help create such a great school community event!

The funds raised from this year's Spring Carnival will be used to help with the purchase of a digital marquee.  This is a project that may take a couple years to accomplish but we know that the marquee will help us prominently display and communicate our school mission and allow us to easily showcase and update important information, special announcements, or specific dates that are relevant to the Riverview community. 

On behalf of the Riverview students and teachers, I would also like to thank the PTA for their service during this 2018-2019 school year!  This work is very important to the experiences our children have at Riverview.  Your contributions provide the “something extra special” for the students.

Your work this year has resulted in some real successes.  These include: the Spring Carnival, Book Fairs, Red/Green Ribbon Week, White Ribbon Week, Art Show, Teacher Appreciation Week, Popcorn Fridays, BoxTops for Education Drives, Classroom Parties, SEP Dinners, Reflections Contest, and Parent Helpers in the classrooms!  The number of parents who were involved in activities this year is truly remarkable!  The true beneficiaries of your efforts are the students at Riverview!  Again, thank you for your efforts!

Yearbook

The yearbooks have arrived.  Books will be delivered next week to those who have purchased one. The PTA have ordered some extra books, BUT not a lot.  Yearbooks will be available in the office next week; $15 per book. 

Registration for 2019-2020

Elementary Online Registration will be made available on July 25th.  Elementary In-Person Registration for the Spanish Fork area will be July 30th.  We will have a school nurse and interpreter available at school to assist with immunization records and completion of the online forms.  All information is available at http://www.nebo.edu/registration.

Communication Options

Upcoming Events

  • May 17th – Last day of Kindergarten
  • May 20th – 1st & 2nd grade talent show 9:00-10:30 a.m.
  • May 21st – 3rd & 4th grade talent show 9:00-10:30 a.m.
  • May 22nd – 5th & 6th grade talent show 9:00-10:30 a.m.
  • May 24th – Last day of school; closing flag ceremony at 8:45 a.m., dismissed at noon. 

Mrs. Angie Killian

Principal, Riverview Elementary

 

Riverview PTA Carnival

The Riverview Elementary School PTA Carnival is in ONE WEEK and we need your help!!!

We are excited about all of the fun activities that are scheduled and look forward to seeing you there. 

You have an opportunity to purchase tickets for the carnival before and after school this week. For every $5 your spend you will receive 12 tickets. At the event tickets will be $0.50 each. Tickets will be sold every day this week before and after school for 15 minutes...8:30-8:45 and 3:00-3:15 (Monday 2:15-2:30).

 

Parents we still need your help: 

 

  • We have not had many donations returned and would like to encourage involvement from all families. Please review the attached document titled 'Baskets by Class 2019 Updated' to determine which items you could return to your child's classroom. 
  • We can’t run the carnival without volunteers and we need a lot of them! Please sign-up for one or more volunteer opportunities. Your help is critical. Click on the following link to sign-up. Teenage children can volunteer as well. 
  • Also, we are providing students with one extra ticket for a donation of a 2-liter soda bottle (the max is one ticket). Please deliver this to your child's classroom with your child's name on it. 
 

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