With an emphasis on safety—first and always—Riverside students of all ages participated in basketball clinics throughout the school year and learned the value of staying active, the importance of teamwork and the value of fair play.
This Coming Week’s Events…
Friday, April 16 – Parent Coffee (‘virtual’), 8:30 a.m.
Friday, April 16 – Soccer Clinic (North and Main Building students), 2:15-3:30 p.m.
Wednesday, April 21 – Adult Dyslexic Speaker Series: Riverside Alumna Miriam Wahrman, 8 a.m.
Wednesday, April 21 – Student Council Meeting, 3 p.m.
Thursday, April 22 – Riverside Parents’ Association ‘Bingo Night,’ 7 p.m.
Friday, April 23 – Soccer Clinic (North and Main Building students), 2:15-3:30 p.m.
Tuesday, April 27 – Parent Coffee (‘virtual’), 12 p.m.
Wednesday, April 28 – Lower and North Building Presentations
Thursday, April 29 – Intermediate School Presentations
Friday, April 30 – Soccer Clinic (North and Main Building students), 2:15-3:30 p.m.
News and Notes
We extend heartfelt appreciation to everyone at Riverside for their cooperation and being so accommodating during this week’s schoolwide photo shoot. Thanks to everyone’s teamwork, the day was a great success.
Please click here for a schedule of events for the remainder of the month of April at Riverside School.
Register for New Spring Soccer Clinics (Main and North Building Students—
Sessions Begin Tomorrow)
Riverside is pleased to offer upcoming soccer clinics for students in the
Main and North Buildings. Please note that this offering has been expanded to include North Building students. The sessions, conducted by Coach Cam Childress, will take place tomorrow, Friday, April 16, as well as April 23 and 30 from 2:15-3:30 p.m.
As in the past, our focus is centered on learning teamwork and soccer skills, encouraging full participation, and having fun! Please click here to learn
more and sign up.
Parents’ Association News
Save the Date: Riverside ‘Virtual’ Bingo Night! (Thursday, April 22)
Next Thursday, April 22, will be Riverside’s first virtual Bingo Night! From
7-7:45 p.m., we will play three games and mix in some fun entertainment. Each game will have at least three winners and prizes include Riverside swag bags, shirts, extra recess time, and the chance to be Head of School
for the Day!
We will be sending six Bingo cards home in next Thursday’s folders, enough for each student and a family member to play each of the three games. There is no cost to participate, and we will provide the Zoom link to everyone on the day of the event.
Next Parent Coffee is Tomorrow—Mark Your Calendars to Attend!
Don’t forget to circle your calendars for the biweekly parent coffees where you can check in by ‘virtual’ means and chat with Riverside administrators—the next one is tomorrow Friday, April 16 at 8:30 a.m. Can’t make this one? There is another meeting on Tuesday, April 27 at 12 p.m. We would love
for you to be a part of the dialogue and any topic is fair game.
Please use this Zoom link in order to attend.
Also, please save the date for the remaining Parents’ Association meeting, set for May 12 at 12 p.m.—please make plans to join us.
WE ARE EXCITED TO WELCOME RIVERSIDE ALUMNA MIRIAM WAHRMAN (pictured right ) as our next speaker in the Adult Dyslexic Speaker Series this coming Wednesday.
Miriam attended Riverside in the 1990s. She is now a Registered Nurse and Nurse Educator, and she has even written a book about nurse education. Parents and grandparents are welcome to join the Morning Assembly Zoom on Wednesday to hear her talk.
Annual Fund Update: I will start to include the status of our current parent participation challenge in this space. Remember, Riverside earns a $5,000 challenge grant if we can hit 100 percent participation again like last year. Goal: 100 percent; Currently: 43 percent.
— Leo Rohr
Director of Development
from the desk of…
the Head of School
JUST THIS MORNING, I WAS ABLE TO WATCH one of our classes run through some of the planned activities for our upcoming Riverside Field Day on May 5. Although last year’s virtual Field Day was great fun, I am very much looking forward to having Field Day back on campus.
On that note, please keep your eyes on the weekly eNewsletter for upcoming events, including Field Day, Founder’s Day, and our Moving-On Ceremony.
The end of the school year countdown has begun, and we have much to celebrate.
— Hal Waller
Head of School
In Their Own Words…
“I like math and science and learning about new things like elephants.”
— Connor, student at Riverside School
Last Friday’s Corny Joke
How do they get the water into the watermelon?
They plant them in the spring!