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Riverview Fundraiser Read-A-Thon Kickoff

Submitted by misty.jones on Tue, 02/11/2020 - 15:45

Riverview was visited by some pretty cute book characters this week! We are kicking off our Riverview fundraiser read-a-thon! Details will be sent home this week so check the backpacks and get excited because it will be so much fun!

Kids Who Count Program

Submitted by misty.jones on Tue, 02/11/2020 - 12:14

Kids Who Count - Early Intervention Services for Nebo Families


Since 1986, Kids Who Count has provided Early Intervention services to families of young children residing in the Nebo School District boundaries. We’ve helped thousands of families and children and we can help you. If you are concerned about your baby or toddler’s development or had a medical professional talk to you about some milestones your child hasn’t yet reached, you may be eligible for early intervention services. The purpose of Early Intervention is to enhance early growth and development in infants and toddlers under three, who have developmental delays or disabilities. Anyone can make a referral to receive a full assessment of your child’s health and developmental status at no cost. If you’re concerned about your infant or toddler, don’t hesitate to contact us. And, we now offer Autism Services for children 2 and older. Visit for more information. We are here to help! 

Mrs. Hyer's Kindergarten

Submitted by misty.jones on Wed, 02/05/2020 - 15:49

Riverview Kindergarteners celebrated the hundred day of kindergarten all week long by 

counting 100 blocks, doing 100 exercises, 100 tally marks, 100 jumps, painting 100 dots, 

dreaming if I had $100 what I would buy, making 100 year old faces and writing what we would do with our grandkids when we are 100 years old! 

To top off our last day of the week we ate 100 cookies and decorated our shirts with 100 things on them. We truly are 100 days smarter!


Riverview Elementary Weekly Newsletter

Submitted by angela.killian on Mon, 02/03/2020 - 14:23

Principal Moment

Every February our school is invited to Spanish Fork High School to watch a theater production.  Some of our students have never seen a live theater production before.  It is a wonderful cultural experience for all of them.

This trip is always extra special because several Riverview Rams are always in the production. 

This Wednesday, February 5th, we are going to see The Hobbit.  It is a story of Bilbo Baggins, who would much rather sit in his Cozy Hobbit Hole with a warm drink and plenty of food.  Instead, he finds himself on a magical journey.  He will travel over freezing mountains and through a frightening forest, meeting all kinds of creatures.

The play sounds similar to our journey to the high school; we will be traveling on freezing sidewalks and through gusty winds.  If not dressed appropriately, I am sure that many on our little ones will be wishing they were sitting in their cozy homes with a warm hot chocolate.  Please send your child to school with warm clothing for our trek to the high school on Wednesday.

We will leave immediately following the morning announcements.  The play is to begin as soon as we are all seated.  The duration is about 1 ½ hours.  Immediately following the play, we will walk back to the school.  Lunch will be served once we return to Riverview. 

Nebo Stakeholder Survey

Each parent and employee in Nebo School District should have received an email with the link to the Stakeholder Survey.  There is also a link on the Nebo District Home Page.  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.


Calling for Riverview Volunteers...The PTA has some shoes to fill!

Riverview PTA would love to have you be a parent volunteer!  We have many opportunities for you to choose from to enrich your child's education:

  • Organize a class party as a Room Parent. 
  • Spend time at the book fair
  • Donate 1-2 hours at the PTA fundraiser
  • Your time is appreciated no matter what you decide to do

Click on the sign-up genius to let us know how you would like to help.


It’s time to order a yearbook!  Yearbooks can be ordered at  Order deadline for a yearbook is April 13th.

Riverview Science Day

Thank you for a great Science Day!  It was an exciting day; I loved listening to the students explain their projects.  The following students are moving on to district level: Wade Parker, Hayden Mitchell, Stella Condie, Paityn Finch, Nathan Whitaker, Jaelynn Key, Tyce Lemon, Brayden Folsom, Porter Zaugg, Justice Gardner, Hayley Foster, Reagan Day, Benjamin Bryan, Alexia Sharp, and Zoe Perkins.  Congratulations!

Riverview Learning Pit/Learner Powers

Question is our February Learning Power.  Meet Debbie Dolphin. Debbie is very happy and playful and loves living in the ocean. She is a quizzical creature who asks a lot of questions. The ocean is a beautiful home and there is much to see and explore. Debbie swims to the bottom of the ocean floor and asks the crabs “How many legs do you have?”, “Why do crabs have teeth in their stomachs?” Debbie dips and dives and bumps into a turtle and asks: “Why do you have a shell?”. She swims into the oyster beds and asks the sleepy oysters, “How long does it take to make a pearl?” Debbie comes upon an octopus hiding beneath the rocks and asks, “Why do you have three hearts and squirt ink?” By asking questions, Debbie soon learns which caves are safe to explore, where to find the best waves, which shrimp and fish taste delicious, how to swim fast and leap high from the ocean water. There is so much to learn. Ask questions like Debbie Dolphin.

When you Question like Debbie Dolphin, you…

  • Ask questions
  • Notice things
  • Look for patterns and connections
  • Problem solve
  • Think of possible reasons
  • Research
  • Ask “What if...?”

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

Upcoming Events

  • 4th – 9:00 & 2:15 Good Citizenship Reward for Kinder/First grade; 9:30 a.m. - 6th grade Jr. high presentations
  • 5th – Hobbit Play at SFHS
  • 7th – PTA Popcorn/Spirit Day
  • 10th – Read-a-Thon Fundraiser kick-off assembly @ 2:15
  • 17th – No School/Presidents Day
  • 18th – Spring Picture Day; SCC at 3:15
  • 21st – 6th grade dissecting pig lungs (gross yet cool)
  • 24th – 28th – Kindness week
  • 28th – Diversity Assembly @ 9:00

Thank you,

Mrs. Angie Killian, Principal of Riverview



The Hobbit

Submitted by angela.killian on Mon, 02/03/2020 - 13:45

On Wednesday, February 5th, Riverview students will be walking to Spanish Fork High School to watch the drama department perform The Hobbit.  This field trip will allow students an opportunity to experience the elements of dance they have been learning about this year through the GAINS program: Growing Arts In Nebo Schools. 

Please make sure your child is on time to school and dressed warmly.  We will be walking to the high school immediately following the morning announcements.  The play is to begin as soon as we are all seated.  The duration is 1 ½ hours.  Immediately following the play, we will walk back to the school.  Lunch will be served once we return to Riverview. 


Snow day!

Submitted by misty.jones on Mon, 02/03/2020 - 07:06

School has been canceled for today. We will see you on Tuesday. Please be safe.

Science Day at Riverview!

Submitted by misty.jones on Sun, 02/02/2020 - 19:09

Ah science day! We had so much fun. This year the older grades came down to the lower grades to share in the love for learning about science. We had such a fun experience with each other! Thank you Mr. Teuscher for helping us to organize this! Here are a few different examples of what some of the students experienced!


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