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Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Mon, 02/12/2018 - 5:36pm
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Riverview students attended Joseph and the Amazin Technicolor Dreamcoat play at the Spanish Fork High School. Students enjoyed watching their friends who were performing in the play. It was a wonderful performance!

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

Principal Newsletter February 5th - 9th

Fri, 02/09/2018 - 2:07pm

Principal Moment

Last night I participated in a Principal Panel.  The panel was held to help BYU Interns and students teachers as they prepare to interview for upcoming jobs.  It caused me to think about the time when I interviewed for my very first teaching job.  It’s hard to believe that it has been almost thirty years ago. 

I can still remember my interview questions: What is your philosophy of education?  What is your classroom management system?  What is your discipline plan? 

This was my first interview.  How in the world was I supposed to have an educational philosophy?  I didn’t even know what that meant.

I still remember my responses to those first interview questions too.  Boy, would my answers be different today, if I were asked those same questions.

Question: What are your strengths?  Then: I’m energetic and enthusiastic and extremely hardworking.   Now: I can pull off a Band-Aid so it won’t hurt.

Question: What are your weaknesses?  Then: I need to learn to not work so late at night and on weekends and on all my holidays too.  Now: I steal candy from the treat jar when I am hungry.

Question: What is your view of constructivist education?  Then: I think it is great.  I think it is fantastic.  I believe in it wholeheartedly.  Is there any other way to teach?  Now: What in the world is that?

Question: Why should we hire you?  Then: I like kids.  Now: I like kids.

Nebo Stakeholder Survey

This year's Stakeholder Surveys is open and will close on February 21.  For parents and employees, an email with the link should have been sent to you.  There is also a link on the Nebo District Home Page that is available.  Students, parents and employees can go to this link to complete the survey.  I encourage you to look for the email and/or the link and take the opportunity to give your input.  https://neboschools.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_a3Lrk9lpA9ORMRD.

PTA-White Ribbon Week

On behalf of Riverview, I would like to thank the PTA for a great White Ribbon Week.  Each morning, students received a “power boost” – a positive principle of online behavior.  It became the “password” to participate in fun activities.  Thanks for reinforcing with kids that they have the power to take charge of what they view and share. 

Communication Options

Riverview School website

Riverview Facebook & Instagram

Riverview PTA

Please continue to check the website for additional information.

Upcoming Events

  • February 9th – Field trip to SFHS in a.m. & Make Your Mark Assembly in p.m. @ 2:30
  • February 13th – 6th grade band recruitment @ 1:45 p.m.
  • February 14th – Valentine’s Day
  • February 19th – No School
  • February 20th – Spring Pictures
  • February 21st –6th grade orchestra recruitment assembly @ 12:40
  • February 23rd – 5th grade discovery gateway activity

Mrs. Angie Killian

Principal, Riverview Elementary

 

 

 

 

 

 

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

Remembering White Ribbon Week All Year Round

Mon, 02/05/2018 - 10:47am
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Mrs. Jones' first grade students at Riverview dressed in Riverview shirts or white colored shirts to remember to be drug free all year round. Students learned it is important to make smart choices in media and online and to encourage others to do the same. Thanks Riverview PTA for a great White Ribbon Week!

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

White Ribbon Week Protect Your Mind

Thu, 02/01/2018 - 11:36am
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Mrs. Denison's second grade class participated in White Ribbon Week by wearing a hoodie or a hat.  Students learned they can protect their minds by letting someone know if something online makes them feel uncomfortable.

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

White Ribbon Week

Thu, 02/01/2018 - 11:34am

Mrs. Jarvis' fourth grade class participated in White Ribbon Week by wearing scarves and ties to school. Students learned it is important to not participate in cyber bulling. 

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

Principal Newsletter January 29th - February 2nd

Tue, 01/30/2018 - 5:03pm
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Principal Moment

Did you ever wonder where the Boy Who Cried Wolf went to school?   About ten years ago, he was in my first grade class.  He usually talked with his fingers crossed behind his back.  About once a week, he would walk up to me and point to the sky, or my shoes, or my hair and scream, “Mrs. Killian, look!”  I would look and he would shout, “You looked!”  And laugh.  It was the highlight of his day.

Some days, I would refuse to look and this would drive him crazy.

One day, he came to my desk: “Mrs. Killian, I can’t hear.” 

“Go back to your desk.”  Nothing, he just stared at me. 

 “Mrs. Killian, really, I can’t hear.”

“Please, go back to your desk.”  Again.  Nothing.

“Mrs. Killian, I mean it.  I think there is a pink eraser stuck in my ear.” 

I tugged on his left ear lobe and peered in, and sure enough, deep inside I could see a pink pencil top eraser.  He had jammed the eraser end of his pencil into his ear canal, and “pop” off came the eraser. 

“Let’s call your dad.”

“Huh?”

“I SAID, LET’S CALL YOUR DAD!”

The next day, a grinning young man returned to school carrying a plastic sandwich bag.  Inside the bag was a pink eraser and a small piece of paper.   He proudly held the plastic bag for all to see.  He announced that after a visit to the Dr.’s office, his dad had taken him to a Chinese restaurant.  He took out the small piece of paper; his fortune from the restaurant.  He read it aloud to the class…”You are a very good listener.”

School Field Trip to Spanish Fork High School

Nebo schools are working to create a culture where students are exposed to the various arts.  This year teachers have been receiving professional development on how to integrate drama into the curriculum.  On Friday, February 9th, Riverview will be walking to Spanish Fork High School to watch the drama department perform Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat.  This field trip will allow students an opportunity to experience the elements of drama they have been learning about this year: character, conflict, story, and script. 

Please watch for a field trip permission form to be coming home.  Sign and return if you would like your child to participate.    

Nebo Stakeholder Survey

This year's Stakeholder Surveys are scheduled to open beginning February 7 and close on February 21.

For parents and employees, an email with the link will be sent to you.  There will also be a link on the Nebo District Home Page that will be available for the dates listed above.  Students, parents and employees can go to this link to complete the survey.  I encourage you to look for the email and/or the link and take the opportunity to give your input.

Communication Options

Riverview School website

Riverview Facebook & Instagram

Riverview PTA

Please continue to check the website for additional information.

Upcoming Events

  • January 29th – February 2nd – PTA White Ribbon Week
    • Monday-Wear Yellow
    • Tuesday-Wear hoodie or hat
    • Wednesday-Wear shirt inside out
    • Thursday-Wear tie or scarf
    • Friday-Wear Riverview or white t-shirt
  • February 2nd – Utah Opera Assembly; K-3rd @ 9:00, 4th – 6th @ 10:00
  • February 5th – 2nd grade Hogle Zoo outreach program; 4th-6th grades STEM Assembly
  • February 8th – 4th Grade Bean Museum Assembly in the Little Theater
  • February 9th – Walking field trip to Spanish Fork High School in A.M.; Make Your Mark Assembly in P.M.

Mrs. Angie Killian

Principal, Riverview Elementary

 

 

 

 

 

 

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

White Ribbon Week Proceed With Caution

Mon, 01/29/2018 - 1:37pm
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Mrs. Mathis' and Mrs. Lacrua's third grade classes dressed in yellow for White Ribbon Week. Students learned the importance to proceed with CAUTION when downloading. Students promised to not download anything without my parents' permission.

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

White Ribbon Week

Tue, 01/23/2018 - 9:32am
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White Ribbon Week - Internet Safety

January 29th - February 2nd

Theme: "Let's Get Real"  

  • Monday, January 29th: Wear Something Yellow - Proceed with CAUTION when downloading, only download with parent permission. 
  • Tuesday, January 30th: Wear a hoodie or hat - Protect your mind!  I will tell an adult if something online makes me feel uncomfortable. 
  • Wedensday, January 31st: Wear shirt inside out - Don't let personal information slip out.  Only share passwords with a parent. 
  • Thursday, February 1st: Wear a tie or scarf - Dont get tied up in cyber bullying.  
  • Friday, February 2nd: Wear Riverview or White t-shirt - I will encourage those around me to make smart choices in media and online. 
Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

Principal Newsletter January 22nd - 26th

Mon, 01/22/2018 - 6:48pm
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Principal Moment

To celebrate the hundredth day of school, young children all over the country sing songs, shout cheers, read books, count numbers, chant poems, make murals, and string Froot Loop necklaces.  When I was a kid, no one celebrated 100th Day.  Now it’s huge.  On Monday, January 29th, Riverview 1st-6th grades will have been in school for 100 days.  

Some classes will discuss what they’d do if they had $100.  Some will write what they’ll be like in 100 years and draw pictures of how they will look.  Some will dress up as if they were 100 years old.  There will be old men and women everywhere; wrinkles, walkers, gray hair, no hair, and hearing aids. 

I wonder who the teacher was who started 100th day.  Did she have any idea that her cute little idea would turn into a national event?  Could she have ever imagined that her little brainstorm would cause Froot Loops’ stock to soar on Wall Street every January?  Happy 100th Day of School!

PTA

White Ribbon Week will be recognized January 29th – February 2nd.   The purpose of White Ribbon week is to increase awareness of the harm done by exposure to pornography. 

To kickoff White Ribbon Week, students will attend a NetSmartz assembly on Friday, January 26th.  This assembly teaches children how to be good digital citizens and to follow the rules of internet safety.  It is tailored to empower children to be safer on and offline.

Growing Arts in Nebo Schools (GAINS)

Nebo schools are working to create a culture where students are exposed to the various arts.  This year teachers have been receiving professional development on how to integrate drama into the curriculum.  On Friday, February 9th, Riverview will be walking to Spanish Fork High School to watch the drama department perform Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat.  This field trip will allow students an opportunity to experience the elements of drama they have been learning about this year: character, conflict, story, and script. 

Please watch for a field trip permission form to be coming home.  Sign and return if you would like your child to participate.    

Communication Options

Riverview School website

Riverview Facebook & Instagram

Riverview PTA

Please continue to check the website for additional information.

Upcoming Events

  • January 16th – First day of 3rd term; School Community Council meeting @ 3:30
  • January 18th – Good Citizen Reward for 4th – 6th grades; Winter Olympic Games
  • January 19th – Good Citizen Reward for K-3rd grades; Winter Olympics Games
  • January 26th – NetSmartz Assembly; K-2nd @ 1:50, 3rd-6th grades @ 2:20
  • January 29th – February 2nd – PTA White Ribbon Week
  • February 2nd – Utah Opera Assembly; K-3rd @ 9:00, 4th – 6th @ 10:00

Thank you,

Mrs. Angie Killian

Principal, Riverview Elementary

 

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

Mental Health Parent Awareness Nights

Mon, 01/22/2018 - 4:29pm
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Nebo School District will be hosting a series of Parent Awareness Nights. The topics of discussion will include mental health and safety planning with youth. Several community service providers will be present to answer question and help individuals to access services. See the event flyer for more information.

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

Riverview Olympics

Mon, 01/22/2018 - 12:27pm
Attributions: Matt Jenkins
(more pictures available)

Our school rocks!  Last week our entire school celebrated the 2018 Winter Olympics by participating in our own Winter Games.  We played hockey, we raced in speed skating, and danced to some tunes in figure skating.  We also lit the torch and had medals presented to each student.  What a great time.  

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

Principal Newsletter January 16th-19th

Fri, 01/19/2018 - 6:36pm
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Principal Moment

When I was in teacher school, I learned a lot about how to teach the different subjects.  But most of what I know about teaching reading, I’ve learned from students.

My students taught me that when inviting children to the reading rug, it is much more exciting when the teacher hides a book behind her back than when she pulls it off the shelf.

They taught me that after gathering kids on the carpet – no matter how many times you say crisscross applesauce – someone in the front row will always sit on her knees.

They taught me that when the teacher shows her class a picture from a book, she must always move the book very slowly in front of them or they will whine, “I can’t see.”  And when the teacher is finished showing the picture, she will always have to show it again to one person who says, “I didn’t see it.”

My students taught me that whenever the teacher reads the word knock aloud, she should hit the desk at the same time.  When she reads yawn, she should make a good loud stretch.  And when she reads cleared her throat, she should accompany it with lots of noise in the back of her throat.

Students taught me that a child can read an entire page out loud and not pause at one single period. That same child will remember exactly who sat on the beanbag chair during silent reading time yesterday, last week, and two months ago but they won’t remember what they just finished reading two seconds ago.

They taught me that when I am reading a book to the children and ask them to make a prediction about what will happen next, it is entirely possible that one child will disregard my question completely and announce that I wore the same shoes yesterday and that my legs are hairy.

They taught me that if an ant crawls onto the cover of a child’s book during reading time, she will not flick it off-but carry the book carefully to the front of the room to show me.  When hearing that their lucky classmate has an ant crawling on her book,  the rest of the class will jump out of their chairs and run over to see our new visitor.  Reading will only assume after the dazed little guest has been carried outside to safety by all twenty-four children.

It is cool being a teacher.   It is also cool to go to school at Riverview! 

SEP Conferences

Thank you for attending SEP Conferences!   When teachers and parents work together to try and provide the best learning environment for learning; the child is the one who benefits the most.  We appreciate your support!

PBIS Assembly and Good Citizen Reward

The student body reviewed the PBIS rules last week.  Students re-learned that PBIS stands for Positive Behavior Intervention and Support.  Students are learning to ‘Make their Mark and Make it Matter’ by being a R.A.M.  Ask your child what it means to be a R.A.M.  I also encourage you to visit the Riverview website at http://riverview.nebo.edu/news/pbis and familiarize yourself with PBIS at Riverview elementary.  Check out the fun videos!

This week, students joined in a 2nd term Good Citizen Reward...The Riverview Winter Olympics!  The games were opened with the Olympic Theme song.  Students had participated in a torch lighting ceremony.  They competed in speed skating, hockey, and figure skating.  Every student received a Riverview Gold Medal.  Thank you to all Riverview students for being great citizens!

Reading

I would like to invite you to check out two outstanding eBook libraries which allow you to access books anytime, anywhere and for free.   The Nebo Overdrive library can be accessed through http://www.nebo.edu/overdrive.  and the MyOn library is available at https://www.myon.com/login/.

Nebo Mobile App

Nebo School District has launched a free app.  This app may be used to view student information (schedules, grades, attendance, etc.) and school information (news, calendars, menus, etc), which is retrieved from various sources.

Install the “Nebo School District” mobile app from the App Store or Google Play.  Click the following link to access the append get full install instructions http://www.nebo.edu/bb-mobile-app.

Communication Options

Riverview School website 

Riverview Facebook & Instagram

Riverview PTA

Please continue to check the website for additional information.

January Events

  • January 16th – First day of 3rd term; School Community Council meeting @ 3:30
  • January 18th – Good Citizen Reward for 4th – 6th grades; Winter Olympic Games
  • January 19th – Good Citizen Reward for K-3rd grades; Winter Olympics Games
  • January 26th – NetSmartz Assembly; K-2nd @ 1:50, 3rd-6th grades @ 2:20
  • January 29th – February 2nd – PTA White Ribbon Week
  • February 2nd – Utah Opera Assembly; K-3rd @ 9:00, 4th – 6th @ 10:00

Thank you,

Mrs. Angie Killian

Principal, Riverview Elementary

 

 

 

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

Happy Birthday Dr. Martin Luther King!

Fri, 01/19/2018 - 4:14pm
Attributions: Sherilyn Woodhouse
(more pictures available)

This week we celebrated Mr. King's birthday. We learned that his voice and dream was the most important for equal rights. Our class made a collage by using oil pastels and then traced our hand prints. The signed hand prints symbolize that we will strive for love and peace. We even discussed how we can bring love and peace into our classrooms and homes. The students came up with fantastic ideas. Such as, helping others, saying you're sorry, don't argue, include everyone, fill someone else's bucket, and last, leave the last treat in the fridge for someone else.
Thank you Mr. King for your dream and voice. Our second grade class will try to use our voice, love, and peace as well.

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

How to Build a Snowman

Sun, 01/14/2018 - 6:01pm
Attributions: Heather Parrish
(more pictures available)

We are working on How-To writing in class. We discussed how-to-make a snowman. The students and I talked about what we needed to do first, next, then, and last. I had a model that  we wrote together and the students could change theirs to how they wanted. Then we we made a snow globe out of paper and built our snowmen inside.

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

Principal Newsletter January 8th - 11th

Mon, 01/08/2018 - 6:05pm
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Principal Moment

Coming back from any vacation and starting work again is challenging, but returning to school after Christmas break is tough.  Children are trading their holiday bliss…shiny new presents, staying up late, and plodding around the house in warm flannel pajamas to the reality of being back to school.  One to two weeks is a long time in the life of most children and some (many!) rules of school are often forgotten over a long break.  Some kiddos think that the fun of the vacation will continue while they will be missing it once they are back to school.  It’s stressful.

There all kinds of tips to reduce stress:

  1. List all the stressors in your life…I can write down several – all names of people under the age of ten.
  2. Remove your stressors whenever possible…if I removed my stressors, some children would be sitting out on the playground.
  3. Peppermint aromatherapy…”Mrs. Killian, it smells like marker breath in here.
  4. Calming sounds of rain…that just makes me want to use the restroom.

Last week I found it; the best way to remove stress.  It arrived in a small box from Amazon.  SNAP! List your stressors, remove your stressors, aromatherapy, calming sounds, my foot. I plopped down in my chair and stared at the bubble wrap in my hands.  Slowly a smile spread across my face.  Then I squeezed one bubble. 

SNAP! SNAP. SNAP. SNAP. SNAP. SNAP. 

Way better than peppermint.

SEP Conferences

SEP Conferences will be held this week, Wednesday, January 10th from 3:30-5:30 and Thursday, January 11th from 3:30-8:30.  You should have gotten an email invite through SignUpGenius.  This email allows you to visit the website, find your child’s teacher (s), and sign-up for the time that is most convenient to your individual schedule.  Parents, if you find a need to change your appointment the day of conferences, please contact the teacher so he/she is aware of the change.  Thanks so much!

The PTA has made me aware that they are looking for a few more people who would be willing to help out with the dinner on January 11th.  If you would like to get involved please click on the following link:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1A2HNeeK-Pl4GOQH1_-RgerS6sctSWQB2Or598kXo9Ig/edit

Please remember there will be no school on Friday, January 12th and Monday, January 15th!

Food Drive-Cans for Kids

During the month of December, Riverview held a food drive service project.  Riverview collected 7,623 items!  Thank you for blessing the lives of many children in the Spanish Fork community.  The food and clothing has been donated to families in our school, families from surrounding schools, the Nebo Pantry and the Utah Food Coalition.

Reading

I would like to invite you to check out two outstanding eBook libraries which allow you to access books anytime, anywhere and for free.   The Nebo Overdrive library can be accessed through http://www.nebo.edu/overdrive.  and the MyOn library is available at https://www.myon.com/login/.

Nebo Mobile App

Nebo School District has launched a free app.  This app may be used to view student information (schedules, grades, attendance, etc.) and school information (news, calendars, menus, etc), which is retrieved from various sources.

Install the “Nebo School District” mobile app from the App Store or Google Play.  Click the following link to access the append get full install instructions http://www.nebo.edu/bb-mobile-app.

Communication Options

Riverview School website

Riverview Facebook & Instagram

Riverview PTA

Please continue to check the website for additional information.

 Upcoming Events

  •          January 8th – Officer Grover presenting to 3rd & 6th grades @ 9:15 in the gym
  •          January 10th – SEP Conferences
  •          January 11th – SEP Conferences; Last day of 2nd term
  •          January 12th – No School; Teacher Development Day
  •          January 15th – No School; Martin Luther King Jr. Day
  •          January 16th – First day of 3rd term; School Community Council meeting @ 3:30
  •          January 18th – Good Citizen Reward for 4th – 6th grades; Winter Olympic Games
  •          January 19th – Good Citizen Reward for K-3rd grades; Winter Olympics Games
  •          January 25th – Make Your Mark Assembly @ 2:30
  •          January 26th – NetSmartz Assembly; K-2nd @ 1:50, 3rd-6th grades @ 2:20
  •          January 29th – February 2nd – PTA White Ribbon Week
  •          February 2nd – Utah Opera Assembly; K-3rd @ 9:00, 4th – 6th @ 10:00

Thank you,

Mrs. Angie Killian

Principal, Riverview Elementary

 

 

 

 

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

Meeting Officer Grover

Mon, 01/08/2018 - 1:55pm
Attributions: 
(more pictures available)

Riverview third graders and sixth graders met Officer Cory Grover after reading and discussing the story “Aero and Officer Mike.”  Officer Grover brought his police dog and talked with the students about the training that he and his dog went through together. Officer Grover explained how his police dog is a loyal partner and they work together every day.  Students had a great time making connections from reading "Aero and Officer Mike" and meeting Officer Grover and his police dog.  Thank you for your service! 

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

Principal Newsletter January 2nd - 5th

Tue, 01/02/2018 - 7:20pm
Attributions: 

Principal Moment

Today is the first day back from Christmas Break; sounds like most had a Merry Christmas.  Legos were a hot item, so were Hover Boards, hatchimals, RC cars, drones, smart watches, and the flu.     

This morning, most kids said they were glad to be back but there were some who were “kinda yes and kinda no.”

I asked some what their New Year’s resolutions are.  Kid’s resolutions don’t change much from year to year: “I want to get better at times tables.” “I’m not going to fight with my brother.” “I will be a better reader.” “I want a new puppy.”  I said, “Uh….that really isn’t a resolution, it’s a wish. A resolution is something you want to improve in or change.”  He then said: “I want to change the way my mom feels about having a new puppy.”  Clever boy!  It’s good to be back!

Afterschool Clubs

The third session of after-school clubs will begin on Monday, January 8th and go until Friday, March 2nd.  The fees for clubs will be $12 this year.  Please fill out the registration forms if you haven’t completed one this school year and make the payment in the office by Friday, January 5th.

There is still some availability in the following clubs:

  • Mondays
    • K-3 Lego - 4 spots
    • K-3 Creative Art - 5 spots
    • 2-6th Origami - 6 spots
    • 2-6th  Sign Language - 7 spots
  • Tuesdays
    • K-3 Kids Rock - 5 spots
    • 3-6th Unity/ code Video game design - 2 spots
  • Wednesdays
    • K-3  Einstein Science - 5 spots
  • Thursdays
    • K-3  All about horses - 4 spots
  • Fridays
    • 3-6th Minecraft - 5 spots
    • 2-6th  Spanish - 8 spots

SEP Conferences

SEP Conferences will be held Wednesday, January 10th and Thursday, January 11th.  You will be getting an email from SignUpGenius.  This email will allow you to visit the website, find your child’s teacher (s), and sign-up for the time that is most convenient to your individual schedule.  Thanks so much!

Nebo Mobile App

Nebo School District has launched a free app.  This app may be used to view student information (schedules, grades, attendance, etc.) and school information (news, calendars, menus, etc), which is retrieved from various sources.

Install the “Nebo School District” mobile app from the App Store or Google Play.  Click the following link to access the append get full install instructions http://www.nebo.edu/bb-mobile-app.

Recess Guidance

Cool weather is upon us.  As you know, poor air quality is common during Utah winters and affects health.  Riverview monitors air quality from: http://air.utah.gov/.  We follow the Utah recess guide:  http://health.utah.gov/asthma/pdfs/airquality/recessguidance.pdf

During the cold months we will check air quality levels in the morning.  Students will remain inside when air quality reaches high levels on the air quality index.  If the air quality is good ALL students will be sent outside for recess.  Please make sure your child is coming to school with outdoor clothing during the cold weather months.

Communication Options

Riverview School website

Riverview Facebook & Instagram

Riverview PTA

Please continue to check the website for additional information.

 Upcoming Events

  • January 4th – 4th grade weather activity @ 10:30 in Little Theater
  • January 5th – Popcorn Friday; PBIS assembly @ 2:15 p.m.
  • January 8th – Officer Grover presenting to 3rd & 6th grades @ 9:15 in the gym
  • January 10th – SEP Conferences
  • January 11th – SEP Conferences; Last day of 2nd term
  • January 12th – No School; Teacher Development Day
  • January 15th – No School; Martin Luther King Jr. Day
  • January 16th – First day of 3rd term; School Community Council meeting @ 3:30
  • January 18th – Good Citizen Reward for 4th – 6th grades; Winter Olympic Games
  • January 19th – Good Citizen Reward for K-3rd grades; Winter Olympics Games
  • January 25th – Make Your Mark Assembly @ 2:30
  • January 26th – NetSmartz Assembly; K-2nd @ 1:50, 3rd-6th grades @ 2:20
  • January 29th – February 2nd – PTA White Ribbon Week
  • February 2nd – Utah Opera Assembly; K-3rd @ 9:00, 4th – 6th @ 10:00

Thank you,

Mrs. Angie Killian

Principal, Riverview Elementary

 

 

 

 

 

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

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