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Second grade students have been learning about colors. They know that the primary colors are red, yellow, and blue. They know that you can mix the primary colors and make secondary colors. The secondary colors are orange, green, and purple. In class all students made a Primary Colors Quilt as well as mixing Play-Doh to make a secondary color wheel. Probably the most fun was learning how to play a Primary Color song and the "C" scale on Glockenspiels. Come check out our 2nd grade hall to see their artwork.
There is a cute video of Mrs. Stapel's class singing about colors on our facebook page. https://www.facebook.com/brooksidetigers/
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Sterling Scholar applications are available in Mr.s Douglas' room E-5 and in the Counseling office. The Sterling Scholar Awards recognize and award High School seniors that pursue excellence in sholarships, commuity service, and leadership. If you are interested in the Sterling Scholar Scholarship please pick up an application today.
Congratulations to Mrs. Bird's 1st Grade class. They are the Lunchroom Winners of the Week. They have shown amazing leadership skills in the lunchroom by being proactive and following all of the rules in the lunchroom. Great job 1st Graders!!!
School Community Council
Thursday September 27th, 2018
3:30 pm-- Santaquin Elementary Library
-- Beginning of the year movie night (Ien)
-- Parents and Pastries (Ien)
-- Every one interested got to join SCC, in two years there will be a ballot and a vote (Ien)
--Book Fair (Mariajose)
--2nd Grade Tie Dye (Megan)
-- Cohesive school even though we lost half the staff and students (Phil)
--Thank you for support (Ien)
-- Ien Richins (principal)
What is SCC--
Video: Identify where the greatest academic needs and allocate the money where it is needed
- Review school assessments
- Determine yours school’s greatest needs
- Create school improvement plan
- Create a school Land Trust Plan
○ Identify the goal
○ Outline the goal
○ Implement the plan
○ Evaluate the plan
- Prepare a digital citizenship plan
- Inform others
-The school safe walking route has been updated at the end of last school year.
Chairman Volunteers: Sarah Jorgensen
Seconded: Jammie Weight
Vice Chair Volunteers: Melanie Miller
Seconded: Hannah Camit
Treat Lady: Jammie Weight
Seconded: Dayna Vernon
Review of Trustlands Report:
Check with John Allan to validate the accuracy of the state report.
- Fine Arts
-- $18,000 to purchase Chromebooks to replace dying (93) Silver Chromebooks.
--Reallocate money for Chromebooks and the Arts
Mr. Argyle clarifies State Report:
--Finances were not changed
-- Reading goal was changed based upon percentages on DIBELS rather than Fountas and Pinnell A-Z
-- Typical progress= full year progress
-- Math goal and science goal are not based upon earning 3 and 4 on end of year testing. Rather, percentage will also be included in the report of they made progress.
--Added three additional action plans to state report
-- Goal: Reallocation of Funds for Art and Chromebooks
-- Vote against adjusting funds for art teacher
--Plan to talk about art and music involvement
--- Parent involvement
--- University involvement
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Mrs. Perkins' sixth grade class earned a 30 minute activity by receiving the highest score possible, which is a 25. They received this perfect score 15 times from the Art, Music, Library and PE specialist since school started. They decided to have a "C" and "E" party. Two students, Braxton and Dylan entertained their classmates by bringing in their chickens. Well done!
Last week in U.S. History, students learned about the Industrial Revolution by mapping the change and progress to towns as the Industrial Revolution progressed.
FUN RUN—October 4
Students will have the opportunity to run a fun obstacle course with their classmates during the school day! DJ Mike from Munchkin Radio will be there to run the show and make it extra fun!
Students should wear clothes and shoes good for running, jumping and crawling on Thursday! We will supply water and Otter-Pops for all the runners.
All parents and non-school-aged children are welcome to come watch the fun! Check out the schedule below to see when your student(s) will be running—
Fun Run Schedule:
9:20-9:50 AM Kindergarten
9:40-10:10 3rd grade
10:00-10:30 1st grade
10:20-10:50 2nd grade
10:40-11:10 5th grade
11:00-11:30 6th grade
12:30-1:00 4th grade
12:50-1:20 PM Kindergarten
It’s going to be a great day!
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On Friday, September 28th, the Spanish Fork High School Hope Squad had the opportunity to attend Spanish Fork Junior High’s 8th grade Health classes to teach valuable lessons on how students’ words and actions can have a profound impact on others. Students were encouraged to offer a smile and a compliment to others, and were given a friendly reminder that you may never know what somebody is going through. They did fun, interactive activities with the students to help promote kindness and thoughtfulness.
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After a tough week of tennis in Advanced PE this week Ian Paxton came out on top of the singles, single elimination tournament! Awesome week of tennis!
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SFJHS teachers know that engagement is key to understanding. Mrs. Shea Harmer wanted her students to understand how important the agricultural products of the New World were to the European continent during the age of exploration and be able to recognize those items. After students studied the foods, they were able to show their knowledge in a very unique way.
“So this was a relay race we did for the Columbian exchange,” reported Mrs. Harmer. “The teams had a stack of cards with pictures of different foods on them. They had to decide whether the food was from the old world (Europe) or the new world (America) and then drop their card in the correct bin. Whichever team had the most correct won and the fastest team got 3 extra points. It was just a fun way to see if students were understanding the material and get them moving too.”
Thanks for sharing what you’re doing in your class Mrs. Harmer.
The next Bond Information Meeting is Wednesday, October 3rd at Springville High School. Meet in the Library at 6 p.m. The meeting will last one hour.
Why will kids ask ten times when recess is but then want to stay in for the whole break to organize markers?
Why do kids forget where to indent in a letter but remember the name of my guinea pig I had when I was in the third grade, and why my dad washed my mouth out with soap when I was eight?
Why do kids write “THE END” so big?
Why do kids know precisely how many days, hours, and minutes are left till their birthdays but still ask, “When’s lunch?”
Why do kids complain when they have to run in PE , but can run around the neighborhood for three straight hours while wearing a refrigerator box on Halloween night?
Why is it that kids can’t see that there are no periods or capitals in their four-page story but notice that I have something green in my teeth?
Why do kids just stare at me and say nothing when they run into me in the grocery store?
Why is it that no other job will bring as much enjoyment, frustration, excitement, sadness, contentment, worry, delight, sleepless nights, and joy as being a teacher?
I love being a teacher!
Chalk-Walk FUNdraiser-Friday, October 5th
Friday is our FUNdraiser. We will have a ‘Chalk-Walk’ again.
FAQ’S of a Chalk Walk
- What is a Chalk Walk? During each lap, the walkers will be celebrated with a splash of color (colored cornstarch which is 100% non-toxic and completely biodegradable). The colors will be released from squeeze bottles managed by teachers and parent volunteers.
- How does this help Riverview Elementary? The Color Walk will raise money through sponsored pledges and laps walked. In other words, the students are actively earning money for our school! Last year’s funds were used to help purchase an additional twelve Smartboards. We now have a Smartboard in each classroom! Thank you!
- Where will this take place and what will it look like? The track will be set upon the grass behind Riverview Elementary. All grades will walk concurrently. There will be music on site. Additionally, water will be provided during the walk.
- How can I help? In addition to assisting your student(s) with pledges, you can sign up to volunteer or come and walk. Cheer on the kids on the day of the walk or participate with us on Friday, October 5th from 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
- What if I’m concerned about the powder getting into the eyes, nose and throat of my child? Participants are welcome to bring bandanas or even dust masks. We will guide our volunteers to aim below the neck. Keep in mind that this is a kid-friendly event; the volume of color will be appropriate for fun, not overwhelming or scary. If a student does not want to participate in the color element of the walk, that child is invited to walk on the inside of the track.
- How permanent is the color, and how should I prepare? Participants should wear OLD white t-shirts, socks, shorts and shoes. The color should mostly wash out of any item worn. Of course, if your child wants to keep the colored t-shirt as a souvenir of the event, spray the colors with vinegar and iron it prior to washing. Participants should also bring a towel or large garbage bag to protect the inside of a car or bus.
- Back up date? In the case of inclement weather, we will hold the Chalk-Walk on Tuesday, October 16th.
Funds raised at this event will go towards:
- Mobile Chromebook carts: Currently each student in grades 4th – 6th has daily access to a Chromebook. This year we would like to purchase labs for each 3rd and 2nd grade classroom. Each lab is approximately $9,500; which includes 36 Chromebooks + 36 slot charging cart.
- What will students and teachers do if everyone has a device? With the help of 1:1, teachers are more able to differentiate instruction; using both face to face and online instruction.
The walkathon represents all that is really great about Riverview. Because all are participating, our students can be proud to contribute directly and individually to the school. On this one day in October, we will come together to support and celebrate our kids.
Families can come “set up camp” on the grass field and on locations along the course. Plan to bring folding chairs or a blanket or old clothes and your walking shoes, depending on if you want to walk with us or watch. No bicycles or pets.
PTA Sponsored Events
Riverview Elementary PTA presents the “Reflections” contest. Express yourself through art; Literature, Visual Arts, Dance, 3-D Art, and Photography. The 2018-20189 Theme: “Heroes Around Us.” Have students pick up an entry form from their teacher or at the office. Deadline: Monday, October 21st.
We will be celebrating Red Ribbon Week October 8th – 12th. Red Ribbon Week serves as a vehicle for communities and individuals to take a stand for the hopes and dreams of our children through a commitment to drug prevention and education and a personal commitment to live drug free lives. Listed are some of the activities that we will be involved in.
Monday, October 8th – “Red Rally Day”
- Wear as much RED as possible.
- Pass out red and green ribbons and discuss the “Drug Free Pledge”
Tuesday, October 9th “I have the POWER to be drug free.”
- Dress as your favorite super hero
Wednesday, October 10th “Don’t let drugs get you mixed up ”
- Wear crazy or mismatched clothes and crazy hair
- Remind students to not be “Crazy” when they walk or bike to school – pay attention at crosswalks and always stop, look and listen before crossing
- Walk to school day – water bottles and sidewalk chalk
Thursday, October 11th “Lei off Drugs”
- Dress up in your favorite Hawaiian attire
Friday, October 12th “Team up against drugs.”
- Wear your favorite team color, jersey or Riverview colors
- ”Too Smart to Start” – pass out bookmarks (Grades 3-6)and Smarties (K-2)
- Red Ribbon Week Assembly 9am
PTA Bookfair – October 22nd – 26th
The bookfair will be open each morning from 8:00-8:45 AM., during lunch, and after school.
PTA Dad’s and Doughnuts – Tuesday, October 23rd @ 8:00 AM
Calling all dads, grandpas, and uncles! Take a break from your usual morning routine and join us for doughnuts.
PTA Bookfair Family Night – Thursday, October 25th
After visiting with your child(s) teacher at SEP conferences, stop by the gym for family night! The bookfair will be open until 8:00 PM.
Riverview School website http://riverview.nebo.edu/.
Riverview Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Riverview-Elementary-School-150164395051510/
Riverview Instagram https://www.instagram.com/riverviewelementary/
Have a great week.
Mrs. Angie Killian, Principal
- October 3rd – Vision Screening
- October 5th – Spirit Day/Popcorn Friday & RIVERVIEW CHALK WALK!!!!!
- October 8th – 12th – Red/Green Ribbon Week
- October 8th – PTA Reflection Contest Kick-off
- October 12th – Red/Green Assembly at 9:00
- October 15th – Student Council Conference
- October 16th – Assembly; Vocal Dimension
- October 18th & 19th – Fall Break; No School
- October 22nd – Reflection entries due & Book Fair Week
- October 23rd- Dads and Doughnuts
- October 24th & 25th – SEP Conferences
- October 25th – PTA family night at bookfair
Mrs. Angie Killian
Principal, Riverview Elementary
We need volunteers, we need you to help make this upcoming Book Fair a success. Click the link below to find out how you can volunteer.Thank you for all your help!
Gnomes, Fairies, Unicorns and all mythical creatures, you are invited to our Enchanted Forest Scholastic Book Fair!!
October 8th to the 12th. We will be open before school, during lunch and after school. Please visit our Book Fair homepage for more information and opportunities to volunteer. We'll see you at the Book Fair!!
Our halls were filled with CRAZY hair today! We've got SPIRIT!
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The Red Cross Blood Drive will be tomorrow from 8 am to 3 pm in the D Gym at Spanish Fork High School. This is a great way for our us to give back to the community. The Red Cross is in desperate need of blood with all the natural disaster hitting our country.If your student wishes to give blood, please have help them fill out this form before they come to school tomorrow: https://www.redcrossblood.org/content/dam/redcrossblood/controlled-documents/Parental-Consent-Blood-Donation.pdf
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Mr. Lai's class met with their first-grade buddies in Mrs. Taylor's class, and tried to 'breakout' of the classroom using subtration story problems. What a fun way to kick off October.
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Lance Jensen was terrific. He was quick to get tables cleaned off for the next grade coming, and he was fun to talk with.
It is that time of year again for the PTA Relections contest. This years theme is "Heroes Around Me". There are many different categories that students can enter a project in. There is dance choreography, film, literature, music, photography and visual arts. The office has extra entry forms if your child needs one. For more information you can visit https://www.pta.org/home/programs/reflections . The due date to enter is October 11th.
Congratulations to our Athletes and Fan of the Week!! Athlete of the Week Sam Hughes - Football Alexa Nielsen - Soccer Fan of the Week Erin Berrett