EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES: Riverside USD 114 is accepting applications for a Technology Assistant-Full Time- 10 Month Position(August-May), w/Benefits. Deliver Support Staff application to Vicki Wyatt, BOE Clerk, Riverside USD 114, PO Box 49, 1409 Vermont, Elwood, KS 66024. Phone 913-365-5632 or email email@example.com. EOE
Summer basketball camp opportunity:
This message is for 7th and 8th grade GIRLS only. If interested you can come to the high school workouts at 9:15 Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and 11:15 on Wednesday. Workouts usually last around 2 hours and are held at the West Campus.
Sunflower Summer 2022: Free Access to over 80 Kansas Attractions and More! We are very excited to share with you an opportunity for your children and your family to experience over 80 Kansas attractions, educational activities, and fun events at no cost from May 28th through August 14th. “Sunflower Summer” is in its second year and is a program that was developed by the Kansas State Department of Education (KSDE) for families to have fun and experience as many of the participating Kansas locations as possible during the summer. Please visit http://sunflowersummer.org/ to learn more about this year’s expanded programming options by watching the short video and reviewing the “Participating Locations” section of the page. Attractions, activities, and events from across Kansas include zoos, museums, historic landmarks, libraries, day camps, outdoor events, and more. The updated App for iPhone and Android will be available to download by May 28th to your phone or tablet. Anyone who kept the app on their device from last summer does not need to download it again; instead, they will receive an electronic notice to simply update their app to the 2022 version. An adult will need to register their family members and include their county and school district. Then, families may begin planning their summer fun and acquiring free venue tickets as needed using the app and all of its features!
This message is for RMS boys going into 7th and 8th grade. There has been an update/change to summer basketball skills. It will be Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 12:30 p.m.-2:30 p.m.
This message is for RMS boys going into 7th and 8th grade. MS boys summer Basketball skills starts Thursday June 2nd in the East campus big gym from 12:30 p.m.-2:30 p.m. It will run every Monday from 5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m. and Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12:30 p.m.-2:30 p.m.. Please bring a water and wear athletic attire.
RMS Summer Conditioning Information
This message is for RMS girls going into 7th and 8th grade. MS girls summer Basketball and Volleyball skills starts tomorrow June 1st in the Wathena gym from 9:00 a.m. -11:00 a.m. Please bring a water and wear athletic attire.
Starting Tuesday, May 31st, all Driver's Education and RHS Weight participants must enter the building on the primary side. Please enter through the main primary door (on Harding Avenue). Driver's Education students will enter the multipurpose room from there and weight lifting participants should exit through the cafeteria door to the track and enter the weight room from the back door.
No Hunger Summer 2022
Riverside High School Track and Field competed in their last track meet of the season, the class 2 regional meet held at Jefferson County North HS in Winchester, KS last Friday. This was the state qualifier and we saw some very good competition among 16 schools, some of the best in class 2 in the state. We had 2 marks high enough to place in the meet. Those athletes were Sophie Juhl in the Long Jump (6th place) with a jump of 14' 9.75" and the girls 4x100 team (Karmen Baldwin, Bayleigh Cooper, Tysaun Kirby and Sophie Juhl) placing 6th with a time of 55.22. On the boys side, Landon Conard placed 7th in the 800 with a new best of 2:10.18. Overall it was a good learning season with a talented and fun group of athletes who set many personal bests and earned medals and other accolades along the way. We have a very young team of sophomores and freshmen and so look forward to continued growth next year with this experience in hand. Image: Karmen Baldwin hands off to Sophie Juhl in the 4x100.
High School DAILY BULLETIN Wednesday, May 18, 2022 Blue Day Today’s LUNCH: Cold sandwich, chips, cheese stick, fruit roll-up, cookie, milk Tomorrow’s LUNCH: Choir students need to return their choir outfits. Students need to have their library books returned. 1:00 p.m. – Locker clean out for juniors 1:20 p.m. – Locker clean out for sophomores 1:40 p.m. – Locker clean out for freshmen 2:00 p.m. – Assembly in the auditorium 2:15 p.m. – Meeting for girls interested in playing volleyball next year. Students need to check in their chrome book with Mrs. Rullman. If students are done using them - 9th grade check in during 2nd block, 10th grade during 3rd block, and 11th grade during 4th block.
INTERMEDIATE/MIDDLE SCHOOL DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS Tuesday, May 17, 2022 - Today’s LUNCH: Cooks choice, fruit & milk; Tomorrow’s LUNCH: Cooks choice, fruit & milk Good Morning! Students need to return all library books today – if not returned you will be charged for them; Today –Intermediate Cookout; Tomorrow, May 17 – Last Day of School; MS Cookout; Thursday, May 19 – Teacher Work Day. Have a great day!
Cyclones win 11-4 over Oskaloosa in first round of Regionals. They will face Troy at 2:00 Tuesday (weather permitting)
High School DAILY BULLETIN Tuesday, May 17, 2022 Black Day Today’s LUNCH: Walking Taco, black beans, fruit, milk Tomorrow’s LUNCH: Cold sandwich, chips, cheese stick, fruit roll-up, cookie, milk Choir students need to return their choir outfits. Students need to have their library books returned. Cyclone Choir auditions will be held today. All are welcome to audition! See Mr. Nelson for audition forms and to sign up. There will be a meeting tomorrow at 2:15 for girls interested in playing volleyball next year.
INTERMEDIATE/MIDDLE SCHOOL DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS Monday, May 16, 2022 - Today’s LUNCH: Cooks choice, fruit & milk; Tomorrow’s LUNCH: Cooks choice, fruit & milk Good Morning! Students need to return all library books today – if not returned you will be charged for them. Today – 8th grade Promotion East Campus Gym 7:00; Tuesday, May 17 – Intermediate Cookout; Wednesday, May 18 – Last Day of School; MS Cookout; Thursday, May 19 – Teacher Work Day; Have a great day!
There will be a high school cheerleader / parent meeting on May 25th at 6:30pm in the auditorium.
Seniors spend Friday together one last day with Graduation practice and their Senior picnic. Congratulations Class of 2022!
High School DAILY BULLETIN Monday, May 16, 2022 Blue Day Today’s LUNCH: Hot Sandwich, broccoli, fruit, milk Tomorrow’s LUNCH: Walking Taco, black beans, fruit, milk 1:30 p.m. – Baseball team leaves for baseball regionals at Sabetha. These students will be dismissed at 1:15. Admission to the game is $5.00 for students grades K-12 and $6.00 for adults. Riverside is hosting softball regionals today and tomorrow. Games will begin at 2:00. Riverside will play Oskaloosa in the third game. Admission to the game is $5.00 for students grades K-12 and $6.00 for adults. Choir students need to return their choir outfits. Students need to have their library books returned. Cyclone Choir auditions will be held today and tomorrow. All are welcome to audition! See Mr. Nelson for audition forms and to sign up.
Parents of students who will be taking drivers’ education this summer: A new roof is being put on the East Campus building in Elwood this summer. Therefore, class will be in WATHENA at the high school in the multipurpose room. Entrance will be through the big gym doors on the left.