The students in our Talented Visual Arts program have been up to a lot of amazing things this year! Take a peek below. Interested in applying for this program? See Ms. Heather Weathers for more information on requirements.
The results are in, and Riviere has maintained its A grade on our school report card! 40% of our students in 3rd-5th grade scored mastery or above, compared to only 31% in the district and 33% in the state. We are so proud of our students and there hard work year after year, and we […]
Mrs. Vides assigned her 3rd grade students a writing prompt after they read a chapter of their current novel The Stories Julian Tells. These four students wrote exemplary responses and we want to give them a shout out! Keep up the good work Carol, Allison, Jissel, Seth, and Mrs. Vides!
Congratulations to this month’s Students of the Month: PK – Carlas Solis, Jonathan Urritia K – Daniel D’Avazo, Ellie Ceccarelli, Anderson Rodas 1st – Taylor Walker, Taylor Ammar, Mostafa Gawesh, Dylan O’Donahue 2nd – Abbie Goodrich, Melissa Miranda, Alexandria Khamis, Alexa Barrios 3rd – Jersen Carmona, Jackson Audibert, Kevin Qi 4th – Kimberly DeLeon, Katherine […]
Riviere wants to thank our families for making this year’s Open House such a success. Hop over to our Facebook page for pictures of our classrooms and student work.
1st-5th grade students, faculty, and staff members had a wonderful first week back at school. Check out some of these pictures, and be sure to friend us on Facebook for even more pictures and information!
Students, As we come to the beginning of standardized testing, your teachers want you to know that we believe in you. We know you are stronger and wiser than you were when this school year started. This is all we are asking of you next week: Don’t give up. Don’t stop. Work harder. We put this video together […]
Ms. Weathers, our Talented Visual Arts teacher, and her students have been very busy this semester! Check out some of their impressive works:
The 4th graders’ tournament of books continues into the Elite 8 round. We had almost 300 people vote in the Sweet 16 round! Now, there are eight series left in the running, and we need your help! Click the following link to place your vote: ELITE 8 TOURNAMENT OF BOOKS VOTING Voting in this round […]
Our 4th grade students have created a Tournament of Books, in the style of basketball’s March Madness tournament. They voted for their favorite books and will narrow down the choices “match by match” until there is one winner. The voting will be done online at the following link: http://goo.gl/forms/7EiBgyp57q Voting for this round ends March […]