May 2018

2018-2019 Registration Information

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ONLINE Registration will open July 25, 2018.  Elementary Registration will be held on August 1, 2018 with computers available at the school.  If you complete registration ONLINE, there is no need to come to Elementary Registration.  Once you have completed the registration process, Teacher Assignment(s) will be available using SIS @

Walk-in Registration:  August 1, 2018 from 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Caine's Arcade In Second Grade

Submitted by alyssa.mathis on

Riverview second graders created their very own Caine's Arcade. Students used mostly cardboard and a few other materials to create their very own arcade games. Students in the school visited the second grade classrooms and had a great time playing the arcade games. Great job second graders!

Principal Newsletter May 21st - 25th

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Principal Moment

I am not going to lie; the last month of school is sooo busy, teachers sometimes wish they could fast-forward to the last day of school.  When the last day comes, they want to sloooowww it down.

This year on the last day of school, we will try to make it like any other day.  We will talk to students in the halls; we will laugh at jokes we have heard twenty times, we will ask what colleagues and kiddos have planned for the summer. 

Arbor Day

Submitted by amy.jensen on

Mrs. Jones’ first grade class, along with several other classes celebrated Arbor Day with the city.  As a class, we created tree/season art work to present. We were able to plant five different trees at the Russell Swenson ballpark in Spanish Fork. We had so much fun celebrating and learning about the importance of taking care of our trees and surroundings. We loved Arbor Day!

Misty Jones

Principal Newsletter May 7th - 11th

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Principal Moment

This week is Riverview Elementary Teacher Appreciation Week.   I truly appreciate our teachers!

Our teachers take slivers out of fingers and bad sports out of kick ball.  They know when a child has gum in his mouth even when he is not chewing.  They have sung “Happy Birthday” 657 times.

They hand over scissors with the handles up.  They can listen to one child talk about his birthday party and another talk about her sleepover and another talk about getting stitches last night-all at the same time.