Returning and new student registration is on Aug 1 from 8 am-12 pm.
New and returning students can register online beginning July 1 (directions coming soon). However, we will have registration Aug 1 for those new families who need to bring in documents and/or for any that choose not to register online.
Mrs. Bundy was recognized by the Nebo School Board as being an educator who demonstrates Positive Energy and Kindness-the PEAK Award. Few employees receive this recognition and it is well deserved!
Mrs. Bundy goes out the extra mile to make sure students progress and feel empowered, she is one of the first to arrive to school in the morning and the last to leave, she reaches out to help teachers, students, and parents. We love you, are proud of you, and are so happy that we are fortunate to associate and learn from your example! Congratulations!
ATTN: ALL RIVERVIEW STUDENTS…COME WALK IN THE SPANISH FORK FIESTA DAY PARADE.
The theme of the parade this year is “We ARE SF”. We want the community to know that we are “Making a Mark and Making it Matter” and are proud to be part of Spanish Fork.
We encourage all who want to participate to wear your Riverview t-shirts or school colors: maroon, black or white. Students will be singing and doing the motions of “The Dot Song” as we walk the parade route.
When: Monday, July 24th, 2017
Time: parade starts at 9:00. You must be in place by 8:15 a.m.
Where: We will meet and organize at Diamond Fork Jr. High.
RSVP by July 14th if you want to participate:
Monday-Thursday 12:30-1:30; Closed July 4th & July 24th
Come visit the Riverview library and check out some great books for summer! Last day of summer library will be August 3rd.
Closed July 4th & 24th
Online registration will be available on July 3rd. If you are new to Riverview, we will need a birth certificate, immunizations, 3 forms of proof of residency and a custodial agreement if it applies.
This year the sixth grade classes worked hard to earn money to fund a library for children in a village in Uganda. They found sponsers and then read to earn money, which was given to the foundation coordinating the project after the sixth grade program on the second to last day of school. Mr. Lovell was then able to go to Uganda himself to help build the library. Thank you to everyone who supported the project, and great job sixth graders!
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On the second to last day of school, the sixth graders put on an amazing program! They shared songs and dances through the decades, from the 1920's to the present. Through solos, trios, and whole group numbers they shared great songs including Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy; Eye of the Tiger; Bye, Bye, Bye; and Can't Stop the Feeling. We are so proud of our sixth graders!
Did you know the Mrs. Sylvia Williams has worked at Hobble Creek since it opened 14 years ago as the librarian! She is from Woodland Hills and has 3 children and one granddaughter. Her latest favorite picture book is "They all saw a Cat," Her latest favorite fiction book is "The Girl who Drank the Moon." Her favorite color is blue and favorite sport is badminton. She loves chocolate cake and chips and salsa. She loves to spend time with family. She would like to visit Oregon this summer and learn to quit someday. She wishes there was no more disease and illness in the world. Her hope is that everyone will use their free time this summer to enjoy reading some good books. Her all time favorite book is Les Miserables. We all love Mrs. Williams at Hobble Creek, next time you see her make sure you say Hi.
Huge shout-out and congratulations to Ms. Louise Crook, this week's Daily Herald Utah Valley Educator of the Week!! What an amazing and talented educator! We are so lucky to have her on our staff.
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"We are having a Community Health & Wellness Fair on Saturday, June 17, 2017. We are hoping you could forward the attached flyer to your parents to help us advertise this City-wide event! We appreciate so much all you do for us and our programs!"
Spanish Fork Parks & Recreation
Please click on the link below to find out about free summer meals for students.
We are starting our summer library this week! Every Wednesday students can come to the Barnett Library and check out books to read through the summer. From 10-11 there will be story time and crafts. Mrs. Hirsche has some great things planned this summer, she can't wait to see you in the library this summer!
Here are the Story Time themes for this summer:
June 7- Birds in Your Backyard
June 14- Monster Mayhem
June 21- Toy-palooza
June 28- It Came From Outer Space
July 12- Let's Make Some Noise
July 19- It's A-maze-ing
July 26- Bubble Trouble
If you have a school-aged student in need of breakfast and lunch this summer, simply text FOOD to 877877 and receive a message back to the closest place where they can get FREE summer meals. Or call the Hunger Hotline at 1.866.348.6479 for immediate assistance. As school comes to an end, this is a great way we can help many children not go hungry ...
Spanish Fork is proud to welcome the 2017 Wrangler Champions Challenge Rodeo to our Fairgrounds Arena on June 3. This is the fourth full season for the Champion's Challenge Rodeo. This is one of the year's most exciting events! The Champions Challenge features the PRCA's best contestants competing on the sport's best stock. Seven (7) students from Spanish Oaks won tickets to the rodeo for their outstanding reading during the month of March! Yee Haw ... keep reading, Explorers!
Thank you for another amazing school year! Below please find our Summer Office Hours:
Monday - Thursday 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Have a wonderful, safe summer ... Don't forget to READ!
We are delighted to announce that our very own Jesus Ponce, a recent 6th grade graduate of Rees Elementary, was awarded the Freedom Award in the 2017 Freedom Festival Essay Contest. This is the highest award given in each age category. An excerpt from his speech reads "I am a proud American born from a Mexican heritage. Thanks to this country, my parents have a good life. I am very thankful for the sacrifice of every veteran. In America we are cared for by the government. This is what freedom means to me. I love this country and I will always honor the people who died for it." We are so proud of Jesus!!!
Mr. Hansen's 5th grade class spent this year running every day to collectively run the distance from Payson to Washington, D.C. The students worked hard and ended up going above and beyond their goal--they made it to Washington, D.C. and onto Miami! The students loved running with Mr. Hansen and learning to set and reach their goals. While they ran, they even helped feed hungry children by earning points for all the steps they took. Way to go, lions! Read more about this incredible experience with Mr. Hansen's class on the Daily Herald webiste: http://www.heraldextra.com/news/local/education/precollegiate/utah-valle...
We are still working to put together our Online Registration process. Please don't try to register your students yet.
Registration is the process of providing or verifying your student's information, and signing any documents required by legislation. Some of this can be done online to save time, but some will still need to be delivered in person at the school.
Your student will only be Enrolled into classes after the school verifies the completion of the Registration process and that all required documentation has been provided.Steps to Register Online:
- Fill out Registration via the Aspire Student Information System
- Pay Fees or Make a Donation
- School Meals
- Deliver necessary documentation to the School
(Required for 1st time Brockbank students, or if one of these has changed)
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Spanish Fork City Center Library Park (100 E. 50 S.)
Monday-Friday from 11:30-1:00 PM
June 5th-August 18th
No registration required
Children must eat food on site.
FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ADDITIONAL LOCATION AND SERVING TIMES:
Visit fns.usda.gov/summerfoodrocksText ‘FOOD’ to 877-877Call 1-800-453-3663