Don't Let Drugs Turn You Inside Out!

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Mrs. Mathis and Mrs. Lacrua's third grade class participated in Red Ribbon Week.  Today was “Don’t let drugs turn you inside out.” Students had so much fun wearing their clothes inside out for the day. We are excited for the themes for the rest of the week! 

Students Learn To Be BIG

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Mrs. Killian read the book "BIG" to Riverview students. Students learned that big isn't measured in inches, size, or years. Student's were asked how they could be big. Student answered they could be big by being kind to people, helping others, sharing, and keeping the school clean. Big is measured by what we do, what we say, and the size of our heart. Students were reminded they can be big by Making A Mark, Making It Matter.

Bookfair...Coming Soon!

The Scholastic Book Fair is coming October 24th- 28th.  It comes every year to Riverview and will transform our stage into our very own bookstore! There you will find hundreds of books from new and favorite authors, popular series, cool posters and school supplies!  Your child will visit the book fair with his or her class. We’re looking forward to seeing you and your family there too! Parents are encouraged to visit the fair before or after school, and/or at one of our special events.

Walk or Bike to School Day!

Riverview students participated in a Walk or Bike to School Day. Students were greeted at the school with music, water bottles, and Willy the Wolverine! Students also drew pictures with chalk to celebrate. Every class is having a competition to see who has the most students walk to school. Prizes will be given to the class with the most participants. Happy Walk or Bike to School Day!

All Things Apple!

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June Lopez

In honor of John Chapman, more commonly known as Johnny Appleseed, the fourth graders tasted All Things Apple! It was a delicious day for sure!

Riverview Carnival

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Riverview had their annual PTA Carnival and it was a blast! Students threw softballs in hopes of dunking a teacher in the dunk tank! There were many activities to participate in such as bounce houses, giant bubbles, student bubble balls, pony rides, candy cannon, lolly pop tree, pop walk, football throw, face painting, getting pictures taken, treats, and entering for a carnival basket. Thank you PTA for your dedication, it certainly paid off! Thank you to everyone who participated in the fun!  It was a HUGE SUCCESS!

Computer Geeks will Rule the World!

Mr. Trevor Nelson (aka Master Yoshi) is teaching students in 4-H Computer Geek Club how to code their own interactive stories, animations, and games.  Students are learning to stack commands like LEGO blocks...instead of playing video games students are creating them. 

Macey's/Fresh Market - Rewards

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Please add Riverview to your Macey's Perks Rewards and your Fresh Market Plus Rewards. Each year these local grocery stores give back to schools and we would love to a part of this program! Last year one school in our district received $10,000! Click the link below and log into your perks account or your plus account. Select nonprofits and select Riverview. Each time you shop remember to give them your phone number and you and Riverview will both receive rewards!

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