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Kindness Week - February 22nd - 26th

Submitted by angela.killian on Fri, 02/12/2021 - 15:14
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Get Ready for our Upcoming Kindness Week!

Our focus will be to highlight the strength of overcoming.  We will also focus on our RAM values: Respect All, Achieve Our Best, and Make Responsible Choices.  

We will have a dress up theme for each day of the week.  

 

 

A BIG- shout out to these students who are moving onto the Nebo District Science Fair.

Submitted by Sherilyn.woodhouse on Mon, 02/08/2021 - 14:38
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Congratulations to... Wade Parker, Haden Mitchell, Justice Gardner/Reagan Day, Mckinley Ryskamp/Lila Dailey/Blair Wilkinson, Layla Sherratt, Zoe Cannon, Henry Zaugg, Alex Khoklin, Emily Jorgensen/Lilianna Rigtrup/Lexi Murray, Jackson Anderton/William Clegg, Kaisley Spencer, Devoney Knopp/Connor Thorpe, Cooper Harlodsen, Keira Babb/Savannah Dye, Lucas Cook

The Science fair is an opportunity for students to apply the scientific method to conduct independent research. Each student's research results are presented in a school-wide science fair- where the student's efforts are displayed.  

Thank you, Mr. Teuscher and Miss. Chapell for your efforts in putting this event together!  We appreciate your love for learning and SCIENCE!

 

Riverview Elementary Newsletter

Submitted by angela.killian on Fri, 01/22/2021 - 17:39
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Principal Moment

To celebrate the hundredth day of school, young children all over the country sing songs, shout cheers, read books, count numbers, chant poems, make murals, and string Froot Loop necklaces.  When I was a kid, no one celebrated 100th Day.  Now it’s huge.  And this year, we need to celebrate with Gusto!

I wonder who the teacher was who started 100th day.  Did she have any idea that her cute little idea would turn into a national event?  Could she have ever imagined that her little brainstorm would cause Froot Loops’ stock to soar on Wall Street?  Happy 100th Day of School on February 1st!

Term Two Good Citizen Reward

Today we had our second citizenship reward activity. We had the opportunity to learn from Dave and Amy Freeman. They were named adventures of the year by National Geographic. 

The Dogsledding Virtual Assembly combined lessons, images, videos, and equipment accumulated during hundreds of days and thousands of miles exploring the winter wilderness by dogsled.  The fast-paced, fun assembly helped students understand what it is like to work with sled dogs and imagine what it feels like to drive their own dog team.  Riverview students came up with some great questions during the virtual program.  Did you know that a team of 6 sled dogs can pull up to 1000 pounds?  We also learned about the Expedition ABC’s.  These life skills teach children simple but effective ways to be their best selves.  A: Attitude B: Believe C: Care D: Do You Best E: Exercise

PTA - Reflections Theme Poster Contest Rules and Instructions

This contest is open to all students attending a PTA school in Utah. All entries must be the work of one student. 

Students may enter multiple designs. There is no limit to the number of entries allowed per student. 

Entries must be submitted to Utah PTA no later than 11 P.M. on March 1st, 2021.

Poster designs should contain:

Reflections Theme for 2021-2022 “I Will Change the World by. . . .”

Art should encourage students entering the Reflections contest to interpret the theme, but should avoid depicting ways to interpret the theme. 

Poster may be oriented horizontally or vertically.  Entry must be submitted electronically.

Students may incorporate category logos and Reflections logo. They are attached on this page and may be downloaded for use.

Any mixed media suitable for reproduction as a poster is allowed, including computer-generated graphics. All posters must be two-dimensional and contain only original artwork.  No trademarked or copyrighted images or phrases should be used, with the exception of the National PTA Reflections logos and 2021-2022 Reflections theme.

Enter at:  https://www.utahpta.org/ref/poster

Riverview Learning Pit/Learner Powers

Our learner character for February is Molly Monkey.  She lived on a beautiful island, in a banana tree.  Molly watched her mom swing from branch to branch to reach the yummy bananas.  “I’m hungry” she thought.  She used her long arms, reached for a branch with both arms and fell to the ground.  Molly’s mom picked her up and said “listen to my instructions and watch carefully and soon you will be able to reach the yummy bananas.”  Molly’s mom taught her how to swing her body, where to place her hands, and how to spot the ripest bananas.  “Now your turn.” said Molly’s mom. Molly tried again.  Her swing was wobbly, she forgot which branch to grab, she fell to the ground feeling frustrated.  Molly’s mom picked her up, gave her a hug, and told her to try again, but this time reflect on what she had been taught.   Molly slowed down, she thought about how to swing her body, which branches to grab and how to spy the ripest bananas.  She tried again.  “Hooray” shouted her mom; “You are making progress.  You will soon be able swinging through the branches just like me!”  Be like Molly Monkey. 

When you Reflect like Molly Monkey, you…

  • Respond to all feedback
  • Review your learning
  • Don’t worry if things go wrong
  • Have a growth-mindset
  • Make every piece of learning better than the last

School Gear

Are you interested in purchasing Riverview gear for your child or yourself?  T-shirts, hoodies, jackets, beanies, caps, and water bottles with the Riverview logo are available for purchase at https://riverviewelementary.axomo.com/

Upcoming Events

  • Jan. 29th – Science Day
  • Feb 1st – 100 Day of School
  • Feb 5th – Kindergarten 100 Day of School
  • Feb. 8th – 12th – PTA Fundraiser
  • Feb. 16th – Spring Pictures
  • Feb. 19 – Emergency Drill
  • Feb. 26 – 4th grade Living Planet Aquarium

Thank you,

Mrs. Angie Killian, Principal of Riverview

 

Wilderness Classroom

Submitted by Sherilyn.woodhouse on Fri, 01/22/2021 - 14:16

WILDERNESS CLASSROOMS visited Riverview Elementary virtually.  Today we had our second citizenship reward activity. We had the opportunity to learn from Dave and Amy Freeman. They were named adventures of the year by National Geographic. 

The Dogsledding Virtual Assembly combined lessons, images, videos, and equipment accumulated during hundreds of days and thousands of miles exploring the winter wilderness by dogsled.  The fast-paced, fun assembly helped students understand what it is like to work with sled dogs and imagine what it feels like to drive their own dog team.  Riverview students came up with some great questions during the virtual program.  Did you know that a team of 6 sled dogs can pull up to 1000 pounds?  We also learned about the ABC.  These life skills of Expedition ABCs teach children simple but effective ways to be their best selves.  A: Attitude B: Believe C: Care

 

 

 

 

 

“I Will Change the World by. . . .”

Submitted by angela.killian on Thu, 01/14/2021 - 16:37
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Reflections Theme Poster Contest Rules and Instructions

Eligibility

This contest is open to all students attending a PTA school in Utah. All entries must be the work of one student. 

Entry Limit

Students may enter multiple designs. There is no limit to the number of entries allowed per student. 

Entry Deadline

Entries must be submitted to Utah PTA no later than 11 P.M. on March 1st, 2021.

Requirements

Poster designs should contain:

Reflections Theme for 2021-2022 “I Will Change the World by. . . .”

Art should encourage students entering the Reflections contest to interpret the theme, but should avoid depicting ways to interpret the theme. 

Poster may be oriented horizontally or vertically.  Entry must be submitted electronically.

Students may incorporate category logos and Reflections logo. They are attached on this page and may be downloaded for use.

Media

Any mixed media suitable for reproduction as a poster is allowed, including computer-generated graphics. All posters must be two-dimensional and contain only original artwork.  No trademarked or copyrighted images or phrases should be used, with the exception of the National PTA Reflections logos and 2021-2022 Reflections theme.

How to Enter

Enter at:

https://www.utahpta.org/ref/poster

SEP Conferences - January 14th

Submitted by angela.killian on Mon, 01/04/2021 - 10:19

SEP Conferences – January 14th

SEP Conferences will be held Thursday, January 14th from 3:15 p.m. - 8:45 PM. Three options for parents to choose from: Zoom, Phone call, or face – to – face (one parent only and held in the classroom with masks).  Please click to sign-up.  

Pro Tips: 

  • If you have more than one child, please do not sign up for back to back times.  Allow yourself at least 10 minutes between conferences. 
  • Your child's teacher will be sending home your child's report card and possibly other work/reports for your child.  Have these reports if you choose to conference via Zoom or phone. 

Reminder – There will be no school on Friday, January 15th for Teacher Development Day or Monday, January 18th for Martin Luther King Jr. Day.  

Change Between Remote and At-School Learning

Submitted by angela.killian on Mon, 01/04/2021 - 10:12
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Dear Parents,

This is a friendly reminder that you have until the end of the day on January 5, 2021 to change between Remote and At-School learning. If you would like to make a change and haven’t already done so, click on THIS SURVEY to submit your decision.

If you would like to stay with your current choice, please do not fill out the survey.  

Thank you!

Estimados padres:

Este es un recordatorio amistoso de que tienen hasta el final del día 5 de enero de 2021, para cambiar de aprendizaje remoto a aprendizaje en la escuela, o viceversa. Si desean realizar un cambio y aún no lo han hecho, hagan clic en ESTE ENCUESTA para enviar su decisión.

Si desean permanecer con su elección actual, por favor no llenen la encuesta.

¡Gracias!

 

Riverview Elementary Newsletter

Submitted by angela.killian on Fri, 12/18/2020 - 13:10
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Principal Moment

I remember the very first teacher gift I ever gave.  I was in Kindergarten.  My teacher was Mrs. Bradford.  My mom decorated a brown paper lunch bag and filled it with some peanuts, an orange and Brach’s Christmas ribbon candy.  I added a goody of my own when my mom wasn’t looking.  The next day, when Mrs. Bradford opened her brown Christmas bag she found two snowman candles with their heads starting to melt.

We all have Christmas memories that are forever imprinted in our minds.  We just need to close our eyes and instantly we are back in time.

I have many simple memories; reading all the tags on the gifts under the tree, shaking every package trying to guess what is inside, and counting which sibling had the most gifts under the tree. 

Every year – sometime during the holidays – these memories of my childhood cause me to draw a chair up to the hearth of my heart and sit and warm myself for a bit.

I wish the very merriest Christmas.  May you make simple memories that will last a lifetime.

Change Between Remote and At-School Learning

As we approach the end of second term (January 14), parents wanting to change their child’s learning option for third term from Remote Learning to At-School Learning, or vice versa, can do so by submitting their decision in THIS SURVEY between December 10 and January 5. 

If parents do not wish to change their student’s learning option at this time, they should not submit the survey.

Once third term begins on January 19, parents will need to stay with their decision until the term ends on March 25. At that time, parents will have another opportunity to make a change. Please contact your school if you have any questions. 

A medida que nos acercamos al final del segundo trimestre (el 14 de enero), los padres que deseen cambiar la opción de aprendizaje de sus hijos para el tercer trimestre de aprendizaje remoto a aprendizaje en la escuela, o viceversa, pueden hacerlo enviando su decisión en  ESTA ENCUESTA entre el 10 de diciembre y el 5 de enero. 

Si los padres no desean cambiar la opción de aprendizaje de su estudiante en este momento, no es necesario que llenen la encuesta.

Una vez que el tercer trimestre empiece el 19 de enero, los padres tendrán que seguir con su decisión hasta que el trimestre finalice el 25 de marzo. En ese momento, los padres tendrán otra oportunidad para hacer un cambio. Si tienen alguna pregunta, sírvanse comunicarse con su escuela.

¡Gracias!

Food Drive-Cans for Kids

We truly appreciate the tremendous support!  The supply of food and clothing this year has been the best we have had yet! 

The following classes have earned a root beer float:

  • Mrs. Hyer PM
  • Mrs. Prestwich
  • Ms. Callister
  • Mrs. Black
  • Ms. Aragon
  • Mrs. Bundy/Mrs. Hollister
  • Mrs. Thomas

Learner Powers/Animal Characters                                                    

This month we are learning to Think like Ellie Elephant.  Ellie is a cute little elephant.  She was born with big ears and a big brain.   When she goes to school, she uses her ears to listen carefully because she knows that it helps her think.  Ellie knows that once she learns something, she will never forget.  She also knows that thinking and learning is going to help her do hard things; uproot trees, carry heavy bundles on her back, and stop charging lions.  She goes to school, uses her big ears and big brain to learn everything her teacher prepares.  At the end of the day, her mother greets her with a thunderous trumpet and gentle nudge and tells her how proud she is that she is learning to think.  Don’t be afraid to think like Ellie Elephant.

When you think like Ellie Elephant, you…

  • Manage distractions
  • Get lost in the task
  • Break things down
  • Plan and think it through
  • Draw diagrams, write down thoughts or things that help you think

SEP Conferences – January 14th

SEP Conferences will be held Thursday, January 14th from 3:15 p.m. – 8:45 p.m.  Three options for parents to choose from: Zoom, Phone call or face-to-face (One parent only and held in the classroom with masks). 

Riverview School Gear

Are you interested in purchasing Riverview gear for your child or yourself?  T-shirts, hoodies, jackets, beanies, caps, and water bottles with the Riverview logo are available for purchase at https://riverviewelementary.axomo.com/

Upcoming Events

  • Jan. 4th – School Resumes
  • Jan. 7th – Fifth grade NOVA begins
  • Jan. 8th – Emergency Drill
  • Jan/ 14th – SEP Conferences
  • Jan. 15th – No School – Teacher Development Day
  • Jan. 18th – No School
  • Jan. 19th – First Day of 3rd Term
  • Jan. 25th – 29th – PTA White Ribbon Week
  • Jan. 29th – Science Day

Thank you,

Mrs. Angie Killian

Principal, Riverview Elementary

Our students' have been busy sharing Christmas Joy!

Submitted by Sherilyn.woodhouse on Wed, 12/16/2020 - 15:27

Our students have been busy writing Christmas cards to those who are away from their families. Principal Killian and Mr. Crockett shared those handwritten cards with nursing homes and the veteran home in our area- along with the Spanish Fork Police Department.  We also had a Donation Drive to help others in the area.  We’ve gathered loads of non-perishable food and clothing to donate to the children in our community.

Thank you, Riverview students, for all your hard work and sharing some Christmas Joy with others. 

We wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a Jolly New Year!

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