2nd grade students work in their groups to write Pourquoi stories. They are very proud of their work.
On May 18, 2016, students and staff evacuated the building due to an unfamiliar odor. No students were sick, injured, or were in any kind of danger during the evacuation. We are expecting that the unfamiliar odor was an environmental smell from outside of the building. Parents DO NOT need to come pickup students. Building [...]
The fifth grade students at Riverview took a walking field trip tour of Hamilton. Along the way, students were able to talk about their community as well as take in the artistic side of the city of Hamilton. Students were able to visit inside the Fenton Community Center and explore the artwork that is displayed [...]
Great time with the HYPE program at Camp Campbell Guard this weekend. High school mentors and students from Riverview enjoyed zip lines, biking, fishing, and more during their day at camp! The Riverview/Bridgeport team won the Amazing Race competition to end the day! Special thanks to the high school mentors and Ms. Karyn Spicer for [...]
The fifth grade teachers and students had a fantastic time playing old fashioned Bingo with family and friends. With the help of our Adopt-a-School Partner, Liberty Heights Church, as well as our Riverview Title team, students and guests left the game with prizes, cookies,juice, and a lot of memories of a great day together!!! Thank [...]
5th and 6th grade ESL students have been learning about the rain forest. They just finished the study of the rain forest ending with a creation of a rain forest cryptid. They enjoyed trying foods from the rain forest and learning how important they are to us in many ways. The ESL 5th grade group [...]
The Kindergarten and Title One teachers hosted a roundup that began with the Cowboys/Cowgirls and their parents in a restorative circle. Parents experienced open communication and the building of a community first hand. Parents heard an explanation of district writing expectations followed by a Ted talks video that stressed the importance of parent/child communication. The [...]
The fifth grade students at Riverview Elementary celebrated Arbor Day on April 29, 2016. Students were given a writing prompt that they had to research about the importance of trees in the environment. The top four five essays were read aloud at the Arbor Day celebration. With the help of Ms. Bergen, the school music [...]