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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

March CMAS News from Mrs. Neiman

Beginning Tuesday, March 24th, our 3rd, 4th and 5th graders will begin taking the CMAS (Colorado Measures of Academic Success) English/Language Arts (ELA) and Math tests. Each content area consists of 3 sessions ranging from 65 to 90 minutes.
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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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News & Announcements

Stay-at-Home Order - What it means for school families

As we all know things change quickly and many families are asking about the governor’s stay at home order and public health order (attached). We wanted to provide some clarity. Please know that education is considered essential. Additionally, the order states that traveling for the purpose of “...receiving materials for distance learning, for receiving meals, and any other related services from educational institutions…” is an approved purpose.
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Update on Remote Learning for Special Education Families

We hope that this finds you all well. We understand that you likely are working through a number of challenges at this time. We want to communicate with you about your child’s special education services during changes in school closures and distance learning situations. During this unexpected and unprecedented time, our partnership between home and school becomes increasingly crucial when it comes to our children. That will include staying in close communication in the coming days and weeks.
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Good afternoon 9-R Families,

It has been great to see the collaboration and creativity of staff as they work remotely to identify ways to support students remotely. We are excited and anxious about our first day back at school tomorrow with our new remote learning environment, and truly look forward to welcoming kids back to school. Parents should expect more information from their child(ren)’s teachers on the work being assigned. Several documents are available here. These will provide you helpful information on what to expect and how best to support your student.
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Update from Superintendent Dan Snowberger

Dear 9-R Families, We have been busy standing up new services and preparing for a new way for students and teachers to support academic growth and success from home. We know this will be a critical partnership with parents as we all work together to support your child at home. We will continue to share more information that will support your home learning environments, including daily schedule idea and ways you can prepare your child for success. We truly appreciate your support and grace as we all work to navigate these new waters.
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Good evening 9-R community,

I hope you have been able to enjoy this Spring Break and spend some quality time with your families. Such family time is important during uncertain times. Like us, our children feel stress in times like this. This is a great opportunity for game time, watching movies together, reading a book, or playing outside. Lowering tension in our homes and engaging in fun, family time will help lower anxiety and keep our kids in a positive space.
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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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