NORTH CHESTERFIELD, Va. –– Riverside School, Virginia’s most trusted school for dyslexic students in grades kindergarten through eighth grade, concluded its student school year with its annual Moving-On ceremony, conducted on campus today.
The event signals kids’ departure from Riverside School as they prepare to set off to a different public, private or specialty school for the 2018-19 school year. Empowering students with language-based learning differences so they can continue to flourish in a variety of ways is a mission that is at the center of the Riverside School ‘s purpose.
Congratulations to today’s ‘Moving-On’ students Jack Chumbris; Ann Marin Crawford; Margaret Deener; Jackson DiCello; Joni Hopkins; Tali Krumbein; Griffin Osborne; Isabella Puccinelli; Jake Raper; Jonathan Sebera; Andrew Spasojevich; Anna Telfian; Avery VanHimbergen; Finn Weisleder and Daniel Williams.
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ABOUT RIVERSIDE SCHOOL
An independent day school based in Richmond, Va., Riverside School’s mission is to provide remediation of language skills for students with dyslexia and similar language-based learning differences in grades K-8, so that they can return to mainstream education fully prepared to realize their highest potential. Riverside’s teaching approach is dedicated to providing small classes, individualized curriculum, one-on-one instruction, and a nurturing environment to enhance the learning experiences of children with dyslexia.