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May 2014

Perfect Attendance

Submitted by alyssa.mathis on Fri, 05/30/2014 - 09:22
Lisa Muirbrook

Congratulations to our Riverview students for having perfect attendance all year long!  They had zero absences and tardies all year!  Keep up the great attendance!

Second Graders Graduate

Submitted by alyssa.mathis on Fri, 05/23/2014 - 17:50
Lisa Muirbrook

Second grade students in Mrs. Callister's and Mrs. Nielson's class celebrated the end of the school year by performing in a class program. Congratulations second graders!

Nebo Education Association Presents Teacher of the Year

Submitted by alyssa.mathis on Wed, 05/21/2014 - 13:03
Lisa Muirbrook

Shalese Rogers has been selected as Teacher of the Year!  Mrs. Rogers teaches fourth grade and loves it.  Mrs. Rogers said that she wants to instill a lifetime desire and love for learning in the minds of each student that enters her classroom.  We are very lucky to have Mrs. Rogers at Riverview.  Congratulations Mrs. Rogers! 

Fourth Grade County Fair

Submitted by alyssa.mathis on Wed, 05/21/2014 - 12:58
Jackie Jarvis

The Riverview 4th graders held their annual County Fair.  The students did research projects on different Utah counties and presented their projects to parents and families and other Riverview students.  Thanks to everyone who helped and supported our County Fair!

Crystal Apple Award

Submitted by alyssa.mathis on Wed, 05/21/2014 - 12:33
Holly Engel

Horace Mann presents the Crystal Apple Award to a teacher each year.  The recipient is chosen by the faculty and peers.  This year’s award goes to Cindy Sumsion!  Mrs. Sumsion teaches resource and loves it! Ginny DiRaimo, a first grade teacher, gave tribute to Mrs. Sumsion.  She said that Mrs. Sumsion goes above and beyond in teaching her students.  We are very lucky to have Mrs. Sumsion here at Riverview.  Congratulations Mrs. Sumsion!  Thank you for all you do at Riverview!

Celebrating Arbor Day

Submitted by alyssa.mathis on Mon, 05/05/2014 - 22:38
Lisa Muirbrook

First grade classes and Mrs. LeMmon’s third grade class celebrated Arbor Day at Spanish Trails Boulevard Retention Basin.  Students participated in a program by singing, reading a reader’s theater, reading essays about the earth, and planting trees.  Students were able to meet Smokey Bear.  Smokey Bear reminded students to be careful with fires, never play with matches or lighters, always watch campfires, and always put campfires completely out.  Thank you students for a wonderful program!



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