Weekly Update | March 17 - March 31

We have a short week ahead of us, and a long break is in the near future!

Spring is certainly upon us, and we ask that you review the Riverview dress code. We appreciate your support in ensuring your student arrives at school wearing school-appropriate clothing.

Dress Code Policy:

Please note the following regarding our expectations at Riverview. Students may be comfortable and casual and respectful in their attire. If a change of student attire is needed, every effort will be made to notify the parent and request a change of clothing. We ask that students dress for their environment - think of what you would wear to work in an office environment, as school is a student's job, and the classroom is their office.

The following clothing and items are considered inappropriate for wear at school:

  • Halter, spaghetti or narrow straps, muscle shirts, midriff or belly shirts or short shorts.

  • Hats except on designated hat days. Hats should be placed in lockers or backpacks.

  • Hoods on hooded jackets or sweatshirts will not be worn in the school building

  • Skirts or shorts must reach fingertips when arms are held straight at sides.

  • Pajamas (except on designated pajama day) and house slippers.

  • Jeans with excessive rips and holes.

  • Clothing with inappropriate logos, advertising, or art.

  • Clothing that promotes by word or slogan alcohol, drugs, tobacco, violence, or gang affiliation.

  • Clothing which exposes stomachs or underwear (saggy pants).

  • Wallet chains, gauge plugs with pointed ends, and accessories with spikes.

  • Heelies without wheels are permitted. No wheels please.

We appreciate you taking the time to look at Infinite Campus with your child to determine any missing assignments, incomplete work, or standards that need to be re-assessed before the end of the quarter.

Thank you to everyone who made it to the All School Art Show! If you have any follow up questions, please contact Tina Leatherby: tleatherby@rfschools.com

End of year trips will take place May 29 - 31. Please talk with your grade level Outdoor Education rep to find out more information and see how you can help!

6th Grade: Holly Magee

- hmagee@rfschools.com

7th Grade :

Bradford Wherry & Alex Romanyshyn



8th Grade:

Nick Forbes


Please let us know if you have any questions, comments, or concerns about anything going on at school or anything that we have coming up (see below)! 

As always, thank you for everything you do for your kids, for all of us in the middle school, and for Riverview.  Middle School can be a tricky time to maneuver, and we appreciate everyone working together as a team to support your kids.  

We appreciate all of you so much!

The Middle School Team

Upcoming Events:

  • March 20 : End of 3rd Quarter

  • March 21 - March 31 : Spring Break

  • April1 1: Students return to school from break

March Habit of the Month : Enthusiasm

Each month, we focus on a particular Habit of a Scholar. For the month of March, teachers and all Riverview Crew members are on the lookout for students exhibiting Enthusiasm, and Crew lessons have an emphasis around developing and maintaining enthusiasm for learning. We appreciate your continued support in conversations surrounding Enthusiasm at home.

Showing enthusiasm means being excited and curious about learning, and being eager working with others.

Students can show enthusiasm by:

  • Asking questions

  • Showing self-efficacy through positive statements and actions

  • Being open to and interested in new learning

  • Taking on risks and challenges

  • Actively engaging