Registration for After-school Boys & Girls Clubs-Session 4

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

http://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0d4aaead22a1fd0-fourth7

Riverview Elementary is excited to announce our 4th session registration for the After-School program.    Registration will be open on Wednesday, February 21st at 8:00 a.m. All information including club schedules, registration forms, and waivers will be available online.  We will use SIGN-UP GENIUS on the Riverview website.  Please fill out the registration forms if you haven't completed one this school year and make a payment in the office .  If you need payment arrangements ro have any questions please contact RaeAnn Nelson at raeann.nelson@nebo.edu

The fees for Afterschool 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. 

The 4th session will begin on Tuesday, March 6th, and go until Wednesday, May 16th.  We look forward to having your students participate in Riverview's After-school Program. 
 

RIVERVIEW BOYS/GIRLS AFTER-SCHOOL CLUBS:

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.

Mondays-2:15-3:45:

  • Lego Jr. K-3rd grades; 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.
  • Spring Arts and Crafts 2nd - 4th grades; A club for students interested in Art drawing, watercolors, acrylic, and pottery. 
  • Origami 2nd - 6th grades; A club to teach the ancient art of folding paper, using new ideas helping students solve some world problems with paper.
  • Sign Language 2nd - 6th grades; A club taught by the ASL club at the high school introducing students to this great universal language.
  • Superhero K-3rd grades; A value club teaching manners, goals, and friendship building skills. 

Tuesdays - 3:00-4:30 :

  • 3D Printing 2nd - 6th grades; learning 21st century skills through programming and designing things for the 3D printer
  • Superstar Sport K-4th grades;  Students will focus on healthy body image, strengthening exercises, teamwork, and fun.  Students will play games like hockey, soccer, flag football, and more. 
  • Spa and Healthy Lifestyle 2nd - 6th grades; A club that focuses on making healthy life decisions like food, exercising, and team building. 
  • Kids Rock K-3rd grades; Each week students will be exploring a new topic from crafts, games, cooking, science and more. 

Wednesdays - 3:00-4:30 :

  • Babysitter Club 3rd - 6th grades; Students will focus on learning the basics of child care, first aid skills, fun games, and healthy food preparation. 
  • Science and Rockets K-4th grades; Exploring all that is slimy and gooey, along with Bill Nye and Myth Buster experiments. They will learn the scientific process and try some Bill Nye and MythBusters experiments.  They will have the opportunity to launch rockets and work hands on with 3D printing.
  • Video Game Design 3rd - 6th grades; A computer technology based club using creativity and collaborative efforts to increase skills in a STEM world. 

Thursdays- 3:00-4:30 :

  • Lego Robotics 2nd - 6th grades; Creating Robots using Lego Mindstorms while learning valuable engineering and programming skills.
  • Cooking Jr K-3rd grades; A club to teach cooking skills and healthy eating habits along with food preparation and clean up.
  • Cup Stacking Club 2nd - 6th; 
  • Farm Yard Fun K-3rd grades; Students will learn about different farm animals and planting vegetables.  Students will have the opportunity to meet some baby animals and enjoy a small petting farm. 

Fridays - 3:00-4:30 :

  • Minecraft 2nd - 6th grades; A computer technology club using creative and collaborative efforst as students learn 21st century computer skills that are needed in the world today.
  • Soccer Jr k - 4th grades; A club focusing on the basics of learning the sport of soccer.  Healthy lifestyles and good sportsmanship will be promoted.  
  • Princess K-3rd grades; 

 

Valentine’s Day Manners Party!

Attributions: 
Ginny Sivak

Ms. Sivak’s First Grade class had their Valentine’s Day Manners Party.  Students dressed up fancy and learned how to set a table.  They also learned some good table manners while eating.  Thanks to our wonderful parent helpers who were the “restaurant servers”!

Stakeholder Survey

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Each year, Nebo School District seeks input from its various stakeholders; namely, parents, students and employees. If you would like to give us your feedback regarding teachers and administrators in Nebo School District schools, you can do so by following this link:

Stakeholder Survey link(link is external) (Closes at 5pm on Feb 24th)

Registration for After-school Boys & Girls Clubs-Session 4

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Riverview Elementary is excited to announce our 4th session registration for the After-School program.    Registration will be open on Wednesday, February 21st at 8:00 a.m. All information including club schedules, registration forms, and waivers will be available online.  We will use SIGN-UP GENIUS on the Riverview website.  Please fill out the registration forms if you haven't completed one this school year and make a payment in the office .  If you need payment arrangements ro have any questions please contact RaeAnn Nelson at raeann.nelson@nebo.edu

The fees for Afterschool 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. 

The 4th session will begin on Tuesday, March 6th, and go until Wednesday, May 16th.  We look forward to having your students participate in Riverview's After-school Program.  

RIVERVIEW BOYS/GIRLS AFTER-SCHOOL CLUBS:

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.

Mondays-2:15-3:45:

  • Lego Jr. K-3rd grades; 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.
  • Spring Arts and Crafts 2nd - 4th grades; A club for students interested in Art drawing, watercolors, acrylic, and pottery. 
  • Origami 2nd - 6th grades; A club to teach the ancient art of folding paper, using new ideas helping students solve some world problems with paper.
  • Sign Language 2nd - 6th grades; A club taught by the ASL club at the high school introducing students to this great universal language.
  • Superhero K-3rd grades; A value club teaching manners, goals, and friendship building skills. 

Tuesdays - 3:00-4:30 :

  • 3D Printing 2nd - 6th grades; learning 21st century skills through programming and designing things for the 3D printer
  • Superstar Sport K-4th grades;  Students will focus on healthy body image, strengthening exercises, teamwork, and fun.  Students will play games like hockey, soccer, flag football, and more. 
  • Spa and Healthy Lifestyle 2nd - 6th grades; A club that focuses on making healthy life decisions like food, exercising, and team building. 
  • Kids Rock K-3rd grades; Each week students will be exploring a new topic from crafts, games, cooking, science and more. 

Wednesdays - 3:00-4:30 :

  • Babysitter Club 3rd - 6th grades; Students will focus on learning the basics of child care, first aid skills, fun games, and healthy food preparation. 
  • Science and Rockets K-4th grades; Exploring all that is slimy and gooey, along with Bill Nye and Myth Buster experiments. They will learn the scientific process and try some Bill Nye and MythBusters experiments.  They will have the opportunity to launch rockets and work hands on with 3D printing.
  • Video Game Design 3rd - 6th grades; A computer technology based club using creativity and collaborative efforts to increase skills in a STEM world. 

Thursdays- 3:00-4:30 :

  • Lego Robotics 2nd - 6th grades; Creating Robots using Lego Mindstorms while learning valuable engineering and programming skills.
  • Cooking Jr K-3rd grades; A club to teach cooking skills and healthy eating habits along with food preparation and clean up.
  • Cup Stacking Club 2nd - 6th; 
  • Farm Yard Fun K-3rd grades; Students will learn about different farm animals and planting vegetables.  Students will have the opportunity to meet some baby animals and enjoy a small petting farm. 

Fridays - 3:00-4:30 :

  • Minecraft 2nd - 6th grades; A computer technology club using creative and collaborative efforst as students learn 21st century computer skills that are needed in the world today.
  • Soccer Jr k - 4th grades; A club focusing on the basics of learning the sport of soccer.  Healthy lifestyles and good sportsmanship will be promoted.  
  • Princess K-3rd grades; 

Native American Story Telling Night

Native American Story Telling Night

Thursday, February 22, 2018 6pm - 8pm 

Larsen Elementary 1175 E. Flonette Avenue Spanish Fork, Utah

FEATURING • Julius Chavez-Navajo Storyteller • Hand Drum Songs • Demonstrations • Did You Know? • Indian Taco Dinner • $7 A Plate Or 5 for $30.00 

Nebo Indian Education (Title VI) will be holding a Storytelling Night on Thursday, February 22, 2018 at Larsen Elementary in Spanish Fork. It is an opportunity to hear First Nations stories told by Native Americans. There will be songs and dances performed during the dinner hour where authentic Indian Tacos will be sold. Interspersed between the numbers and stories will be snippets of “Did You Know,” information that will surprise the audience about Native Americans and their contributions to everyday living.

 

Principal Newsletter February 12th - 16th

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Principal Moment

I have read in the news that some schools are starting to ban sugar from Valentine’s Day celebrations.  I’m all for healthy eating and watching what we eat, but I wonder what schools without holiday treats would be like.

“Happy Valentine’s Day, kids.  Here are your cupcakes.  They’re frosted with avocado.”

“Happy Valentine’s Day, boys and girls!  I dropped celery sticks into your boxes.”

“Happy Valentine’s Day, students.  What do you mean you don’t like tofu sugar cookies?”

Happy Valentine’s Day!  We do love our jobs and all that comes with it.  Elementary school is a great place to spend a day…even on holidays. 

Nebo Stakeholder Survey

This year's Stakeholder Surveys is open and will close on February 21.  For parents and employees, an email with the link should have been sent to you.  There is also a link on the Nebo District Home Page that is available.  Students, parents and employees can go to this link to complete the survey.  I encourage you to look for the email and/or the link and take the opportunity to give your input.  https://neboschools.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_a3Lrk9lpA9ORMRD.

Afterschool Clubs

Registration for the fourth session of after-school clubs will be made available on Wednesday, February 21st.  Please watch for more information regarding the club schedule.  

Read Across America Week

Read Across America is a nationwide reading celebration that takes place the same week of Dr. Seuss’s birthday.  Across the country, thousands of schools and libraries participate by bringing together students and books.  Riverview will celebrate February 26th – March 2nd   Students may stop by the office to enter the drawing for a Dr. Seuss lunchbox.

  • Monday, 26th – I can read with my eyes shut day! (wear a shirt you can read)
  • Tuesday, 27th –Cat in the Hat Day! (wear a hat)
  • Wednesday, 28th – If I ran the zoo day! (wear something with animal print)
  • Thursday, 1st -Fox in Socks Day! (wear crazy socks)
  • Friday, 2nd – Green Eggs and Clothes Day! (wear something green) Lunchroom will be serving green eggs and ham for lunch.

Upcoming Events:

Communication Options

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Riverview Facebook & Instagram

Riverview PTA

Please continue to check the website for additional information.

Upcoming Events

  • February 14th – Valentine’s Day
  • February 16th – First Grade Chinese New Year Parade @ 2:20
  • February 19th – No School
  • February 20th – Spring Pictures
  • February 21st –6th grade orchestra recruitment assembly @ 12:40
  • February 23rd – 5th grade discovery gateway activity
  • February 26th – 6th grade day at Spanish Fork Jr. High; Timpanogos Storytelling Assemblies
    • 4th – 6th grades @ 9:00-9:45 am
    • K-3rd grades @ 1:00-1:45 pm

Mrs. Angie Killian

Principal, Riverview Elementary

 

 

 

 

 

 

Teacher Of The Year!

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Congratulations to Kelsey Mortensen for being awarded Teacher of the Year for Riverview Elementary! We are so blessed to have you at our school! Thanks for all you do!

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

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Riverview students attended Joseph and the Amazin Technicolor Dreamcoat play at the Spanish Fork High School. Students enjoyed watching their friends who were performing in the play. It was a wonderful performance!

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