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Congratulations to our Comet Cheerleaders who competed in the 2nd Annual Comet Cheer Challenge on February 19th. There were 9 schools who competed in the event; Bristol, Brookwood, Randall, Riverview, Salem, Trevor-Wilmot, Union Grove, Wheatland, and Yorkville. Our Riverview Comets took home the Silver this year! Congratulations to all the teams who competed as it was a very close competition. Special congrats to the Salem Falcons for placing 3rd and the Randall Wildcats who placed first and who will be bringing home the traveling trophy this year!
The competition was a whole lot of fun for both participants and spectators! A special THANK YOU to all out volunteers who helped to make the event run smoothly and have it be a special day for the cheerleaders!
Thank you to:
Without all the helping hands that these wonderful people provided, this event could not be possible.
CONGRATULATIONS to this very hard working group of cheerleaders! So proud of all they accomplished!
Below you can enjoy some photos and videos from the whole event and all performances!
Riverview held it's annual Fab 5 Event last Friday! This year was FANTASTIC!
Fab 5 is a community building event with 5th through 8th grade students. Students sign up to participate in the event and then are randomly placed on teams with approximately the same number of students from each grade
level (Approx. 3 fifth graders, 3 sixth graders, 4-6 students combined from 7th and 8th grade). Students are then randomly assigned a coach (teachers and staff members who volunteer to coach a tea
m). Coaches meet with the students to determine who will be competing in which events and then helps them to practice for their events. These teams then compete against each other in our 5 categories; 3 on 3 basketball, American Idol, Scrabble, Pictionary, and Math 24. Our last event is a 10 station obstacle course which everyone competes in. The other team members also help each other practice for their events by helping with Math 24, guessing drawings for pictionary, playing some practice scrabble games, listening to their performer for "Idol", and playing against each other for 3 on 3 basketball. It really is a team effort!
Fab 5 allows students to meet and work with students from other grade levels that they would normally never have an opportunity to do. This is a great team building, peer mentoring, and school spirit cultivating opportunity for the students. Team members are given a score in each event and then the scores are added up to determine our Fab Five Fantastic winners of the evening. One team wins the traveling spirit award. They are nominated by the volunteers who run the individual event stations.
A HUGE "THANK YOU" to all our event volunteers:
Coaches: Katie Coates, Renee Wojtkiewicz, Stacey Adams, Alby Glembocki, Jason Shumway, Angie Bush, Sarah Hasselburg, and Kristina Rasmussen
Station Volunteers: Lori Moldenhauer, Deb Andrekus, Hannah Hermann, Kristin Henriksen, Jill Passler, Kathy Ours, Mallory Hillock, Sarah Strasser, Jake Morgan, Mike Gentile, Josh Strasser, Noah Strasser, Megan Kohlmetz, and many NJHS Members who helped out at each station
Admissions, set up, concessions, station runners, and chaperones: Laura Stutzman, Tom Krause, Kelly Hajduk, Kristin Baranowski, Lauren Wischnowski, Rachel Hetland, Lori Horvath, Marie Orszula, Neil Daniels, Sarah Lindh and Andrea Zackery.
Below are some highlights from the evening. Enjoy!!
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2nd Graders learned about animals this past month. Each student was able to pick one animal to research and then share what they found with their classmates using Google Slides. Here are a few of their creations.
Riverview 8th grade students recently made their second visit to the University of Wisconsin Whitewater library in order to conduct research on the topics they picked for their National History Day project. This was a great learning experience for the students as they worked alongside college students doing the same kind of research they were doing. A big thank you to the staff at the Whitewater library - especially Ellen and James - who facilitated this visit by providing the students with suggestions of books, magazines, news articles, and archival materials that would help the students find the necessary primary and secondary sources they will use in creating their projects. As you can see from the pictures, the students were working hard and making maximum use of their time.
We are looking at some different options for Summer School this year. Like last year, we will offer a combined 5-8 Summer School option with the other feeder schools at Wilmot in June/early July. In the past we have offered a June/July Enrichment Summer School Program and a Jump Start in August for students recommended by grade level teachers for additional academic support. If we keep the traditional June/July summer school, it will be offered for K-4 students here at Riverview and the 5-8 at Wilmot High School. The other option would be to offer summer school programming here at Riverview 262-889-4384 or firstname.lastname@example.org . Thank you!. This program would incorporate both enrichment and academic programming for all students (K-8). Please complete the survey to provide us with information to assist us in making our decision. If you have questions, please contact Sarah Lindh at
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