Week of Jan. 4-8 NEWS

Week of Jan. 4-8

Welcome back students!  We are excited to welcome our students back to traditional school Monday, Jan. 4.  We hope you enjoyed the holidays with your family.  We will be reteaching routines and procedures this week, as we know it’s been awhile since we were all together. We will continue pulling names this week at random of students that receive ‘Dependable Dough’ for showing their Riverside PRIDE.

Here are the names of those students that were drawn at random for the December week of elearning.  Thank you to all students for being dependable and doing your work!  Atlas McLain, Jordyn Denton, Jolene Ludwig Jaxon Middleton, Casen Jones, Elia Flores, Noah King, Logan Hankins, Lilly Deutsch, Kate Lacobee-Barfield, Jeremiah McCraney, Griffin Lindsey, Jade Mckinley, Ian McCormick, Noah Longest, Liam Nance, Gracie Taylor, James Heckenkamp, Trinity McDaniel, Drake Monroe, Ada Morrill, Malerie Mings, Rylan Humphreys, Bella Roman, Amarieonna Henderson, Steven Lucas, Rylee Yates, Brody Martin, Gauge Middleton, and Cinya Mitchell.

Paper copies of report cards will be coming home soon.  You may access your student’s grades at any time by logging on to Powerschool.  If you don’t have access to Powerschool, please contact our office for assistance.

PRIDE Character Winners for January

These students are our character winners for the month of January:

Emily Venoy, Brody Martin, Anson Kern, Faith Blevins, Skyla Stone, Ryder Humphreys, Mason North, Nehemiah Beaty, Harper Schneider, Brayden Nazario, David Bishop, Molly Pritchard, Jaselynn Flores, Bentlee Jones, ZaRyah Pittman, Weston Jones, Avarie Rivers, A.J. Veals, Bella Nay, and Olivia Dudley.

Boys Basketball

We will be sending home information this week for the boys’ basketball season.   Due to continuing Covid restrictions, the boys’ season will be run just as the girls with intramurals.  More information will be sent home by Coach Mode later this week.  This activity is open to all boys in grades 3-5 (traditional and mySchool).

JHS Wrestling Reading Challenge

Roadrunners know, the more you read, the better reader you become!  Here’s an extra reading incentive from our wrestling friends and Coach Struck at Jeff High. THERE’s a CHALLENGE between schools as to WHO will have the MOST students complete this reading challenge.  RIVERSIDE ROADRUNNERS, let’s go for it and WIN! 

WHO: Prek –  5th grade attending a Jeff Wrestling Elementary School

WHAT: Read, read, read, read, read!  Reading CHALLENGE for all!

DATES: November 1 -January 31

COST: FREE  

AWARDS: 10 books – free kids meal at Zaxby’s;  20 books free Jeff Wrestling Reading Shirt

                    Age group champions: extra “champion student-athlete” t-shirt

                    champion class from 1 school: class of kids meals for “party”

                    overall champion: Party Platter for your family from Zaxby’s

SPONSOR: Jerry Ayres and Jeffersonville ZAXBY’S

LOG YOUR READING HERE: 

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdWfVRKS7dSo3dtDWDs2SBXPaLY2vmIzAKeNZooMU18cHZeZg/viewform?usp=sf_link

PTO News

PTO recently donated two new basketball goals for our playground!  Thank you to everyone for supporting our PTO fundraisers.  Everything comes back to helping Riverside students!

PTO restaurant night coming up: Jan. 5, Red Robin 4-8PM.

Upcoming dates: 

January 15- Asynchronous elearning day for all students

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