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'18-'19 RVE Staff photo, in red shirts
Kinder students at Fun Run day
Mr Geygan working with students
Students holding up harvest vegetables from garden.
Playground fun, 6 kids hanging on bars.

Playground fun, Sept. 2018


Firefighters serving Thanksgiving Dinner

Principal's Message

November, 2019 News from Mr. Geygan

Dear Riverview Community, Our 2019 Fun Run was a great success! Overall, we netted $28,395 to support school programming at Riverview. Thank you to all who volunteered, those who were able to donate and to the students who went out to the community seeking support. They did a great job.
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Principal's Message

September/October 2019 News from Mr. Geygan

Welcome back to school, Riverview Eagles! But, WAIT!  Where did the summer go?  The beginning of this school year has brought with it loads of enthusiasm that can be felt throughout the building. It's been fun to see students reconnect and heart warming to see our veteran students welcome new comers with such kindness.  A parent told me the other day that Riverview has "such a good vibe" and I can't help but agree.
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Principal's Message

Welcome to Riverview, Mrs. Neiman

The Riverview community would like to welcome our new Assistant Principal, Lindsay Neiman! Lindsay has been an Assistant Head of School and an elementary school teacher in other schools in the Durango community for a number of years. We are excited to welcome her, at this time, to Riverview Elementary. You will see her in the hallways, or stop on by the office to say hello.
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Principal's Message

May 2019 News from Mr. Geygan

It is the time of year when we typically learn of staff changes at schools. Joe Pecorino, our assistant principal for the last 3 years will be taking on the Principal position at Sunnyside Elementary school for the 2019-2020 school year.
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News & Announcements

Understanding the Truth About School Lunch Regulations

Over the past few weeks, misinformation has been circulated regarding our school lunch policy and our community deserves the facts. Firstly, no student has received a partial lunch during the 2019-20 school year. No member of the 9-R team has employed shaming tactics toward students. And, the District maintains compliance with National School Lunch and National School Breakfast program federal guidelines. In 2015, the district faced a critical issue as it ended the school year with over $18,000 in meal charge debt. Because school district Food & Nutrition Services departments are an independent enterprise, they are intended to be self-supporting. When a deficit occurs, the District needs to use general funds to offset losses, funds that should be designated for classrooms. It has been 9-R’s focus to minimize impacts on educational funding to maximize programs and educational resources for our students.
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News & Announcements

Important Reminder from Health Services

It's that time of year again where many students and family members are coming down with various illnesses. In the schools, we have diagnosed cases of influenza, strep throat, as well as common colds. A rule of thumb is to keep kids home from school with fevers greater than 100 degrees, and students should be fever free for 24 hours without the use of medications. Please do not send kids to school that are vomiting or have diarrhea until symptom free for 24 hours. For coughs and colds, students that are coughing consistently, and pose a risk of infecting others, should remain home until coughing subsides.
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Leadership 9-R

Where: Riverview Elementary
Time: 12 PM – 1:30 PM
Feb 20
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Mission

The Mission of Riverview Elementary is to inspire lifelong passionate learners, thinkers, and doers by building a sense of community, nurturing creative and diverse learners, and promoting student growth through high quality differentiated instruction.

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