Family Night at the Bookfair!

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Keep the kitchen clean and come visit the food trucks for dinner tonight!  After, visit the book fair and get 5% off your entire purchase.Lastly, the link to help at the book fair.  PTA is still in need of help during family night.  If they don't have enough help they will have to shut the doors for a while.  http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0844ada82aa0fb6-surf1

Team Up Against Drugs

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On Friday, Miss. Hansen's fourth grade class participated in Red Ribbon Week.  Students wore their favorite team shirt or jersey to "team up against drugs."  Students had a great time showing off their favorite team throughout the day.

Rally In Red For Red Ribbon Week!

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Sherry Moody

Mrs. Moody's second grade class participated in Red Ribbon Week.  Students wore as much red as possible for "rally in red."  It was so much fun to see all of the red throughout the school!

Rally In Red

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Amy Cook

On Thursday, Mrs. Cook's first grade class participated in Red Ribbon Week.  Students wore as much red as possible for "rally in red."  It was so much fun to see all of the red throughout the school!

Mrs. Nelson is Making a Mark and Making It Matter!

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Mrs. Nelson
Sewing Club
Sr. Cupcake Club
Sewing Club
Sewing Club
Sewing Club
Sewing Club
Lego Robotics
Lego Robotics
Lego Robotics
Kids Rock Club
Sr. Cupcake Club

True leaders have real confidence; know how to work well with others; can endure through challenges; and will stick to a job until it gets done.  Let me introduce you to Mrs. RaeAnn Nelson who is a true leader.   She is the Music Specialist and the 4-H coordinator at Riverview.  

Mrs. Nelson is making her mark by inspiring and motivating students to achieve great things.  She spends countless hours writing grants, arranging classes, teaching music, and changing lives!  Thank you Mrs. Nelson!

Sock It To Drugs

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Bethany Chambers

On Wednesday, Mrs. Chambers' third grade class participated in Red Ribbon Week.  Students had crazy or mismatched socks on for “sock it to drugs.” Students had a great time showing off their crazy socks as they walked!

Drugs Have No Place In My Future!

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On Tuesday, Mrs. Jensen's first grade class participated in "Drugs have no place in my future" for Red Ribbon Week. Students dressed up like their future self. It was so fun to see the students dressed up!

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.

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