Congratulations to Nicholas Holt, our Fiiz Friday winner! Nicholas was selected for his excellent grades, awesome job Nicholas.
In Mrs. Harrison's 5th grade class, we are pros at multi-digit multiplication. With the help of a student from UVU, we created our own multiplication monsters and we weren't even scared of the large multiplication problems! Math is fun!
On Friday, Miss. Denison's second grade class participated in Red Ribbon Week. Students wore their favorite team shirt or jersey to "team up against drugs." Students had a great time showing off their favorite team throughout the day.
Here is the link to our weekly student council news report! https://youtu.be/diPKhwK32xw
On Saturday, October 14th, the MMHS Marching Band competed in the Davis Cup Marching Band Competition at Davis HS. Against the odds, the band placed first out of 7 bands in the 2A Division. The band has been placing second all season. They finally made a big push and performed beautifully. They also were awarded the Outstanding Visual Performance Caption. Way to go!!
There are certain triggers that always wind children up: rain clouds, wind, a close game in PE, and – the week before Halloween. The closer the calendar gets to that day, the more bonkers children become.
To be perfectly fair, it’s not completely the kids’ fault that they can’t stay focused. Teachers are partly to blame. We read aloud Halloween stories, draw haunted houses, sing “pumpkin carols,” and graph candy corn.
On Halloween, we will begin our morning with a Halloween parade. Into the school on Halloween morning will walk Superman, a clown, an angel, some devils, the Disney princesses will be present, maybe an astronaut, a pack of Ninjas, Darth Vader, and possibly some pirates.
We will be parading outside this year. We invite you to drop your children off, find a parking stall, pull out the lawn chairs, choose a good seat on the parade route and stay for the “Monster March.” Students will assemble in their classroom and after the morning bell and announcements, we will begin our parade. The ghouls and goblins will exit from the school, parade around the sports park, re-enter and parade through the halls; dropping each class off at their classroom door.
Afternoon Kindergarten will begin their parade at 12:30 p.m. They will parade around the Kindergarten Playground.
Come watch the fun!
Check out spoooooky Riverview RAM scarecrow this Halloween season. Our entry in the Spanish Fork City Scarecrow Contest is directly in front of Central Bank on Main Street. Don’t forget to vote for our scarecrow. The winner gets $100 and bragging rights!Nebo Boys/Girls After-School Sign Up
I apologize for the inconvenience this morning regarding signing up for the afterschool clubs!
The sign-up for session 2 will be available on Wednesday, October 18th. If your student was unable to attend a club last session you will have first priority at 7:30 a.m.; all others may begin registration at 7:50 a.m.
The fees for Afterschool Clubs are $12 per club this year. Students may sign up for as many clubs as they would like. The students will receive a T-shirt (one per year), healthy snacks, a prevention lesson, physical activities or games and one hour of club instruction and activities.
An early morning club will be available everyday at no charge from 8:00 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. It is available for students who would like extra homework or reading help. Also, for parents who need to leave for work early and want a safe place for their students. A registration form and waiver must be completed to participate in early morning club.
All information will be on the Riverview website in the Nebo Boys/Girls After-School Club Link found on the left side of the school website http://riverview.nebo.edu/. You will find club schedules, registration forms (you will only need to fill out one per school year), THE LINK TO THE ACTIVE REGISTRATION WILL BE SIGN UP GENIUS. Payment WILL NOT be online this time, please bring your payment to the office by FRIDAY, October 27th to secure your spot. If you need payment arrangements or have any question please contact RaeAnn Nelson at firstname.lastname@example.org.Chalk-Walk FUNdraiser
A Great BIG Thank You from Riverview!! Our Chalk-Walk was a huge success. We have collected $4,609.00.PTA
Riverview Elementary PTA presents the “Reflections” contest. Express yourself through art; Literature, Visual Arts, Dance, 3-D Art, and Photography. The 2017-2018 Theme: “Within Reach.” Have students pick up an entry form from their teacher or at the office. Deadline: Friday, November 3rd.
The Riverview Elementary Mothers/Sons Activity is quickly approaching; Thursday, October 26th from 5:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m. at Classic Fun Center in Orem.
Free skating admission for mothers and sons. Add bouncing & climbing or laser tag for $3. Add all three for $4.
Skate rental included. Blade, scooter, skate mate rental is $3. You may also bring your own skates, blades, or scooters. 60 tokens for $5.
Dinner deals for $3; Nachos & Drink, Pizza & Drink or Corn Dog & Drink.Dress for the Weather
Cool weather is upon us. Please send your child to school with a jacket for recess. In order to keep the lost-n-found collection from growing, please label jackets with your child’s name.
Have a safe Fall Break!Communication Options Riverview School website
Please continue to check the website for additional information.Upcoming Events
- October 17th – SCC 3:30
- October 19th & 20th – Fall Break
- October 24th – Picture Re-take
- October 25th – Make Your Mark Assembly 2:30
- October 26th – Mother/Sons Activity at Classic Fun Center, 5:30-8:30 p.m.
- October 30th - November 3rd – PTA Book fair
- October 31st – Halloween Parade 9:00; Sports Park; Kindergarten Afternoon Parade 12:30; Around the Kinder playground
Mrs. Angie Killian
Principal, Riverview Elementary
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The faculty at Park Elementary loves to sharpen their saw! We have a new winner this year. Mrs. Bird kept the tradition of our new faculty having what it takes to win the trophy. Awesome Job! Thank you everyone for playing. This was Mr. Kay's last roll down Park's hallway, and he sure is going to miss these fun times.
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Ms. B, our school counselor, has been teaching us about being proactive vs. reactive. During Lighthouse Leaders we learned what it means to be proactive, and that sometimes we have the choice in a situation to be proactive or reactive. Her lesson was followed up the following week during our Leadership Sendoff with what being reactive can look like. What a great obeject lesson with Diet Coke and Mentos. Thank you, Ms. B!
Cafe Zupas School Night
Tuesday, October 17, 2017
5:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.
Dine in or carry out.
Mention Spanish Oaks!
Dear Parent: Nebo School District sincerely appreciates your support of Nebo School District and the opportunity to work together with you to provide an exceptional education for our students. We would appreciate your input on the Bond Survey before October 31. Please go to www.nebo.edu to begin the survey. Nebo School District is in the initial planning process for a Bond Election to be held next year on November 6, 2018. Bonding is the primary method school districts use to construct new schools and meet other facility priorities. Bond money cannot be used for salaries and benefits. Based on previous community feedback of wanting to move to the middle school model, Nebo School District plans to ask patrons to approve a $298 million dollar bond in November 2018. This tax-rate-neutral (no tax rate increase) bond will be used for: 1. Building three new middle schools for students in sixth and seventh grade. These middle schools will be located within the boundaries of Salem Hills High, Springville High, and Maple Mountain High. As the new middle schools are completed, Mt. Nebo Junior High and Diamond Fork Junior High will become middle schools; 2. Rebuilding Payson High, Spanish Fork High, and Springville High; and 3. Making improvements to existing buildings and sites. It is estimated that approximately $10 million dollars of bond funds will be focused on upgrades and improvements. The Nebo School Board's decision on which projects to include will rely on public input and recommendations from parent committees. In accordance with state law, the Nebo School Board will finalize all plans prior to the 2018 Bond Election so the voting public will know the specific plans before voting. In the coming months, please continue to look for additional bond information at www.nebo.edu and in meetings held throughout Nebo School District. Again, Nebo School District sincerely appreciates your input and support of Nebo School District. Please go to www.nebo.edu to begin the survey.
Lana H. Hiskey
Communications & Community Relations Administrator
Nebo Education Foundation Director
Nebo School District
350 South Main
Spanish Fork, UT 84660
Phone (801) 354-7400
Fax (801) 798-4010
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It was a beautiful day for a RUN!!! Students and teachers ran a few laps today to conclude a wonderful Red/Green Ribbon Week. At the end of the run everyone was welcomed with an awesome surprise from Mr. Gull. Every student got their own pumpkin to take home. We are so thankful to our awesome PTA for arranging the Red/Green ribbon week and for all the volunteers who made today successful. We are also so proud of our Rees EAGLES for choosing to S.O.A.R this year.
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Today our 6th grades had their Egypt Walk. They have been studying about Egypt, they have learned so much and have had a great time making their projects to show to all of the students and parents. It was fun to walk through the classrooms and see all the creative projects that were on display. We have such great students at East Meadows!
Our 1st grade classes had a fun day, many of them dressed like pirates and acted like pirates and they had a great time! Our teachers make amazing pirates! We love our students and teachers at East Meadows! #emmustangepride #runningahead
Picture retakes will be held on October 24th. Students will need to bring their picture packets to turn in for retakes. If your student missed our first picture day they can get their picture taken then . A flyer will be coming home soon.
In 4th grade, Miss Curtis' students have been learning about factors and multiples in math. With a partner, they created a poster to show all of the factors of a number. They are amazing mathematicians!
Brockbank is excited about our upcoming Book Fair which will kick off Wednesday, October 18 with our annual Dads and Donuts! Make sure to bring your dad, mom, grandpa, grandma or any special family member on Wednesday morning from 7:15-8:30 AM to browse through the book fair and enjoy a donut. The book fair will run the following week October 23-26 before school, during lunch, and after school and all evening Thursday night during SEP conferences. The book fair will close Thursday evening.
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On 10-11-17, Spanish Oaks Elementary presented to the Nebo School Board! Three (3) members of our Student Council: Ella O’Gwin, Natalie Christensen and Colton Johnson, shared our school's theme (Be Someone's Hero) and motto (Be Kind, Show Respect and Work Hard). They were followed by Emily Gunderson, our School Community Council Co-chair, who discussed how we are using School LAND Trust funds at our school to support student learning. For our finale’, we were proud to share the talents of our very own Spanish Oaks Choir, directed by Maren Christensen and accompanied by Katie Drollinger. It was an amazing evening that brought the audience to tears. Well done, Explorers!
The title means fear of Friday the 13th, so the band concert was held on Thursday the 12th! Students dressed up in Halloween costumes and played some spooky music. Well done, jazz band, advanced band, intermediate band, and beginning band!