Riverview School District is honored to receive the Luma Institute Grable Foundation Grant which will provide for two teachers and an administrator to receive world class training in Human Centered Design through the Luma Institute. This training is valued at $2250 per person. The team will consist of Dr. English, (Instructional Principal) Gabe Gehenio (HS Tech Ed), and Suzanne Gardner (Jr HS and HS Science). Dr. English and Gabe Gehenio, the high school technology teacher, attended the 1st cohort’s presentation ceremony on Tuesday, February 5th at PPG place. The official courses are slated for February 11th and 12th, followed by a 90-day project timeline, designed to enhance spaces and programming. Teams are given $2,500 in seed money to aide in the completion of the project. This training will enhance STEAM and teaching pedagogy, providing much needed training to teachers and administrators. Congratulations to our team of educators and their commitment to the SERIOUS SUCCESS of our students!
Jake Shoop and
Jakob Killmeyer were recognized as First Place Best Delegates for their role as
Mexico in General Assembly 3: Social, Cultural, and Humanitarian Committee
Lauren Hornsby and Eleni Wyrick were recognized as Second Place Outstanding Delegates for their role as Australia in the United Nations Environmental Programme.
We have adopted an Emergency Notification Service which allows us to send a telephone message to student homes providing important information about school events or emergencies. We are using this system to notify parents of school delays or cancellations due to inclement weather. In the event of an emergency at school, parents can have peace of mind knowing that they will be informed immediately by phone.
Unplanned School Closings, Delays,
or Early DismissalsOn any given day, parents and staff are urged to use caution when making the decision to drive or walk over snow and ice covered roads.