Riverview Elementary Newsletter

Submitted by angela.killian on Wed, 02/02/2022 - 17:42

Principal Moment

This week all grades will celebrate the 100th Day of School.  To celebrate the hundredth day of school, young children all over the country sing songs, shout cheers, read books, count numbers, chant poems, make murals, and string Froot Loops necklaces.  When I was a kid, no one celebrated 100th Day.  Now it is huge. 

I wonder who the teacher was who started 100th day.  Did this person have any idea that the cute idea would turn into a national event?  Happy 100th Day of School!

Celebrating the 100th Day of School!

Submitted by Sherilyn.woodhouse on Tue, 02/01/2022 - 21:19

This is what the 100th day of school looks like at Riverview.  

We have some 100-year-old folks celebrating this special day with us. Thank you, teachers and students, for making it a fun-filled learning day!

#100thdayofschool  #Riseup #RiverviewRams #RiverviewElementary #LearningPowers #MakeYourMark
#BeTheMagic #NeboHero #NeboSchoolDistrict #StudentSuccess #EmpowerStudents #EngageStudents #FocusOnStudents #LoveUTpublicSchools #UtPol #UtEd #ThankATeacher #LoveTeaching #staywellnebo 

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Sherilyn Woodhouse

Science Day Winners!

Submitted by Sherilyn.woodhouse on Tue, 02/01/2022 - 21:12

We want to express a big “Congratulations” to...
Emily Hatch, Jeff Higbee, Graham Owen, Declan Smith, Gage James, Kailee Mitchell, Sarah Evans, Olivia Fulsom, Melany Araujio, Xavier Grayson, Madison Charlton, Olivia Ryskamp for being the winners of our science fair (missing from the picture Xavier Grayson).

Way to go students, and good luck at the Nebo District Science Fair. We are proud of all who entered and for their hard work! We love you!

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Sherilyn Woodhouse

Riverview Elementary Newsletter

Submitted by angela.killian on Tue, 01/18/2022 - 19:23

Principal Moment

I don’t know why, but kids like to talk about their parents’ ages.  It is as predictable a subject of conversation as what they’re going to be for Halloween or whether or not Santa Claus really exists.  Every year, at some time, I will hear a student ask another, “How old is your mom?” 

The other day, I walked down the third-grade hall.  There was a sub who looked so familiar to me.  “Zaidee?” I said.  It caught the sub off guard.  Zaidee laughed and I gave her a big hug.