Hello Riverview Students and Families!
I want you all to know how much I miss seeing all of our Riverview students in the library everyday. I hope you are all doing well at home and staying healthy!
In an attempt to provide students and families with some fun, reading inspiring activities to participate in at home, I have created a page with Fun Activities to do at Home with lots of videos, author read-alouds and activities. Click on the bottom link on the menu to the right to access these materials.
I will be updating this page as new resources are made available by educational resources and some of our favorite authors. I will also be posting links on the Riverview PTO Facebook page, so be sure to tune in there as well.
I would love to know how all of you are doing and what you are reading while you are at home. PLEASE drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and tell me what you are reading, how you are keeping busy at home, and if you have had any crazy or fun adventures while we have been out school. I cannot wait to hear from you and I promise to email you back!
School Name: Read at Home
for Riverview Families & Students
ABCYa - abcya.com
Nat Geo Kids - http://kids.nationalgeographic.com/kids/
Earth and Space Science - http://pkearthandspace.com/
Life Science - http://www.pklifescience.com/
Physical Science - http://www.pkphysicalscience.com/
Prodigy Game - https://www.prodigygame.com/Play/
SplashMath - https://www.splashmath.com/
Starfall - http://www.starfall.com/
Ms. Amy’s Youtube Channel with Read-A-Louds - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCypWwLvfmejGU_G5RKoA80A
Updated Riverview Library Page (will continually update with resources): https://riverview.durangoschools.org/apps/pages/index.jsp?uREC_ID=517939&type=d&pREC_ID=1036841
Pebble Go - pebblego.com Username: riverview Password: media
Contact Amy for the following sites:
Google sign-in credentials: I have a complete list of usernames, but I do not have passwords. If you need to reset your student’s password please call Steve Gray at 247-5411, ext. 1148.
Kindergarten password is: Kinder123
Starfall - Educational games most of your students enjoy at school. For full access email Amy for a 4-month access code, otherwise access is limited.
Follet Shelf - If your student would like to checkout eBooks, email me and I will set your student up with an account.
IXL Math - Please email me if your student does not remember log-in credentials.
Contact Teachers for Log-In Information
i-Ready - https://login.i-ready.com/
Every class comes to the library at least one time per week, although the students are free to come into the library to exchange a book at any time. Our library classes focus on a variety of activities including story times, book talks and library skills. All grade levels learn about the arrangement of the library, book care, and being responsible library patrons. Ethical and responsible computer use as well as Internet safety for all grade levels is emphasized.
Preschoolers and Kindergartners check out one book each week. This book will remain in the classroom and not go home. First Graders check out one book each that they can take home for the week. Second through Fifth Graders students may check out two library books at a time and bring books home if they choose.
All students may check out Accelerated Reader (dot) books if they are working towards AR reading goals.
Students may come as often as they want to exchange their library materials. They do not have to wait for their next scheduled library class.
**Please be aware that if your child loses a book, or it gets badly damaged, we will ask you to pay to replace it. If a book is one month overdue and we have not heard from you or your child about it, we will assume it is lost and will send you a letter asking you to pay for its replacement. This applies to all library materials that your child checks out from the library.
Library Mission Statement
The mission of the library information program is to ensure that all students and staff are effective and independent users of ideas and information and life-long readers and learners.