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White Ribbon Week is scheduled for January 23rd - 27th. Each day we will focus on a different way we can be smart and safe online. There will be a dress-up theme to emphasize the idea for each day. Students can earn tickets for prize drawings at the end of the week by dressing up, wearing their white bracelet each day (handed out on Monday), writing an essay ( grades 3-6) or coloring a picture (grades K-2), and signing the pledge.
MONDAY: Wear something yellow - “Proceed with CAUTION when downloading!”
TUESDAY: Wear a hoodie or a hat – “Protect Your Mind!”
WEDNESDAY: Wear crazy hair or crazy clothes – “It is CRAZY to share your personal information!”
THURSDAY: Wear a scarf or tie – “Don’t get tied up in cyber bullying!”
FRIDAY: Wear white or Riverview shirts – “Let’s remember White Ribbon Week all year round!”
Second graders performed their Christmas program for Riverview students and parents. The songs were fun to learn and were all about having a “Nice, nice, Christmas.” Students had so much fun singing about decorating trees, and asking Santa for what they wished for. The students grooved to the music as they sang about reindeer dancing on their days off from work. The second grade provided fun entertainment for everyone!
Riverview students got ready for the Christmas break by having a school wide Christmas Sing-A-Long. Mrs. Killian led the school in Christmas songs. Santa Claus made a special visit to Riverview. All of the students did a great job and it really got everyone in the Christmas spirit.
With the more severe weather conditions of winter we wanted to review our procedures to both reassure and help parents and patrons prepare and plan.
Riverview Elementary has been involved in a very successful service project! Service is a great opportunity to teach students about being grateful for the things we have. We want to celebrate being thoughtful of others by having a Christmas Kick-Off Week.
Nebo Foundation approved our grant of $1,000 and we are expanding our guided reading library with non-fiction short reads for readers from level A to Z. This purchase helps us continue our aim of schooling at Riverview..."for every student to gain at least a year's worth of learning for a year's input."
Short-reads allow teachers to have a small-group lesson that can be completed in 20 min. with the focus on understanding text complexity.
Thank you Nebo Foundation for your generous support of our efforts!
The 6th grade orchestra performed for Riverview students. The orchestra performed Three Blind Mice, Are You Sleeping, Mary Had A Little Lamb, Silent Night, What Child Is This, Ode To Joy, and Jolly Old St. Nicolas. Riverview students had a fun time singing along to Jingle Bells. Thank you 6th grade orchestra for all of your time and hard work. It was a wonderful concert!