Liberty Heights Church - our adopt a school partners, donated over 80 Thanksgiving boxes to be shared with families at Riverview.
The students in Mrs. Perkins' kindergarten transition room were learning how to type sentences using Google Classroom. They learned about how to make capital letters on the keyboard, finger spaces, and punctuation. They even started to type up their own narratives they had written!
Mr. Margerum and some of his third grade friends are practicing some football skills during recess time. TOUCHDOWN!!!!!
ESL students in grades 3 -6 3-6 have been learning about their city as a unit in our new ESL after-school program. This week we talked about Pyramid Hill and vocabulary associated with artists and sculptures. Students then created their own sculptures and will be creating information plaques in a follow-up lesson.
Our Title I Kindergarten and First Grade Game Day was a success! There were 11 families in attendance for our kindergarten session in the morning and 3 families in attendance for our first grade session in the afternoon. During both sessions, each Title teacher ran a game station. Games included: text prediction games, alphabet bingo, [...]
Riverview kindergarten students went to the zoo. They were able to take learning outside of the classroom and visit some wonderful creatures that live on this beautiful earth!
The kindergarten students at Riverview were able to participate in their own election for candidates Donald Trump and Hilary Clinton. Students were able to fill out a ballot sheet and vote for their candidate choice. Hillary won at Riverview. Trump is the now the new Commander in Chief. We are stronger together.
Riverview 5th grade teachers collaborated to create powerful cross-curricular & cross-cultural experiences for Royals during the holiday of Dia De Los Muertos (Day of the Dead; Nov. 1-3)
In art class this week, Mr Harris asked the students two questions: what is a cause you believe in and what is a positive character trait you have that you are proud of? Next, the students talked about why other people would support them and their belief. Finally, they discussed what characteristics make a good [...]
Fifth grade students in Mr. B's Learning Lab experiment with Newton's light theory and the full spectrum of colors. Students discovered that when it comes to color, there is [literally] 'more than meets the eye'.