Parents, teachers, and students got their spook on Thursday night at our annual trunk or treat night!!! Riverview students and family members were able to get some tasty treats from some "spooktacular" staff members!!!
Educators are always looking for ways to reach students and the art of theatrical drama is a powerful tool to do just that! Drama provides exploration with freedom and equality for children from various cultural and socio-economic backgrounds.
Fifth grade students, Daniel and Alex, play with Osmo technology to study vocabulary in Ms. Winterbottom's class!
A very special guest joined Mr. B's Learning Lab today. "Dolly Llama" is a rescued llama living on the farm of Mr. and Mrs. Wyatt, parents of Riverview's own Mrs. Lauer. Dolly's species was widely used by ancient Incan and Mayan MesoAmerican civilizations for packing, textiles (wool) and even meat. (The Incans loved llama [...]
The sixth grade students at Riverview were able to each design a potential straw maze pattern for the Minges/Webster Pumpkin Festival. Mr. Harris let the kids create a potential straw maze design on graph paper and then we were able to bring the paper design to life with straw. Riverview staff, family members, and friends [...]
Mr. Bothast's 5th grade Learning Lab spent the week learning all about pitch, volume, vibration, mediums, frequency and sound waves. The unit summary Explanation Stations lab included a special opportunity to "face off" with the MegaSonic Blaster, of which students were able to create micro-versions to take home
Learning Tree Farm is a working farm that provides hands-on learning experiences for children in a traditional farm setting. Students were able to were able to choose pumpkins, meet some animals, and learn about what life on a farm is like.
Students in Mrs. Funston's 3rd grade class prepare for argumentative writing by participating in a mock trial. Witness C.J. Bryant answers questions from defense attorney, Ava Nunez, as the honorable Judge R.J. Sanchez-Ramirez oversees proceedings. Meanwhile, prosecuting attorney, Gael Espinoza, waits his turn for cross-examination
The Hamilton City Fire Department partnered with the Hamilton City School District to teach students in grades kindergarten through third grade the importance of fire safety. The students were able to be actively involved in fire escape routes and protection strategies. Well done Hamilton City Fire Department!!!
Art work from first grade students at Riverview Elementary was on display at Cosco on Saturday, October 8th. The students did a great job of showing just how creative they can be!!!! Can't think of a better way to celebrate the beginning of fall with a little candy corn!!!