September 2017

Mrs. Cook's Class Celebrates Dot Day!

Attributions: 
Amy Cook

Mrs. Cook's first grade class celebrated Dot Day by reading the book The Dot. First graders brainstormed about how they could Make A Mark and Make It Matter here at Riverview. The students were really focused on the word yet and how powerful that word is. We love learning about having a growth mindset!

Make A Mark, Make It Matter

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Riverview celebrated Dot Day at school. Students read The Dot book and discussed what they would do to make a difference this year. Students hope to Make A Mark and Make It Matter.

Second Graders Honor Patriot Day

Attributions: 
Christy Nielson and Cassie Callister

In honor of Patriot Day on September 11, our Second Graders enjoyed a visit from our city's First Responders (Fire, Police & EMT). We had a great time hearing about how they help our local community and seeing all of their great tools for work. Thank you First Responders for being Real Life Heroes to us!
-Mrs. Callister & Mrs. Nielson's 2nd Grade

Early Out Day

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Monday, September 18th, 2017, we will have early release.  Students will be dismissed at noon. Here are a couple of notes regarding early dismissal; Lunch will be served at 10:10.  Morning Kindergarten session students will be dismissed at 12:00 p.m.  There will be no Afternoon Kindergarten session. 

Community Events

The Spanish Fork Parks & Recreation and the Spanish Fork City have several events that are available to residents in the month of September; basketball and wrestling for the children; rabies clinic for the childrens' pets. 

4th Grade Egg Drop

Attributions: 
Katelyn Hansen

The 4th grade classes at Riverview demonstrated their understanding of the scientific method with an egg drop.  The goal was to not let their egg crack after being dropped off the roof of the school.  Students built their own projects in hopes of keeping their egg safe.  Students took notes on the process of the scientific method. The students enjoyed watching their eggs fall from the roof to see if they would survive.  

Rise And Shout

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Mrs. Mathis and Mrs. Lacrua's third grade class dressed in their favorite team's game day colors. Mrs. Porter and Mrs. Marziale wanted to join in on the fun.

Zero Hero in First Grade

Attributions: 
Amy Jensen

Riverview first graders made Zero Hero shirts to celebrate the 10th day of school.  They will wear these shirts every 10th day of school.  The shirts will also remind them to make their mark and make it matter. 

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