​Tonight's RMS Girls Basketball games will begin at 4:30 p.m. 7th grade will play first followed by the 8th grade. Both games will be played in the RMS gym.
about 1 month ago, Hillary Wilson
INTERMEDIATE/MIDDLE SCHOOL DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS Thursday, October 28, 2021, Good Morning! Today’s LUNCH: Goulash, California blend, fruit, milk. No salads.; Tomorrow’s LUNCH: Cheese Pizza, veggie cup, cookie, fruit, milk. No salads.; Today MS Girls BB vs Hiawatha Home 4:30, Riverside High Drama department is hosting a haunted house on Saturday, October 30, from 7-10 pm at the west campus. Cost is $3 for students and $5 for adults; Saturday, Oct 30 - MS Wrestling @ D-West 9:00, Riverside High Drama department is hosting a haunted house on Saturday, October 30, from 7-10 pm at the west campus. Cost is $3 for students and $5 for adults.; Sunday, Oct 31 - Riverside Scouting’s First Annual Boo Blast! 2-5pm @ the Wathena Community Building & Park. Don’t miss out on the Costume Parade, GaGa Ball Tournament, Free Carnival Games & Trunk or Treating.; Upcoming Events: Nov 1 – MS Girls BB vs Sabetha Home 4:30; Nov 2 – MS Wrestling @ Oskaloosa 4:30; Nov 4 – MS Girls BB @ Perry-Lecompton 4:30; Nov 5 – NO School, Teacher In-service
about 1 month ago, Rashelle Meers
Dakota Kelly, Morgan Buch and Brooklyn Butterfield recently attended the Inspire Business Camp sponsored by the Kansas Society of CPAs. Students had the opportunity to listen to motivational speakers, visit booths set up by Kansas colleges, and network with college accounting majors and professional accountants from some of the biggest firms in Kansas. Brooklyn Butterfield was also awarded one of two $500 scholarships from the KSCPA.
about 1 month ago, Hillary Wilson
KSCPA
KSCPA
INTERMEDIATE/MIDDLE SCHOOL DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS Wednesday, October 27, 2021 - Good Morning! Today’s LUNCH: Mexican Pizza, black beans, yogurt, fruit, milk. Tomorrow’s LUNCH: Goulash, California blend, fruit, milk. Faculty Meeting with Mr Whetzal after school; Riverside High Drama department is hosting a haunted house on Saturday, October 30, from 7-10 pm at the west campus. Cost is $3 for students and $5 for adults; Thursday, Oct 28 - MS Girls BB vs Hiawatha Home 4:30; Saturday, Oct 30 - MS Wrestling @ D-West 9:00. Riverside High Drama department is hosting a haunted house on Saturday, October 30, from 7-10 pm at the west campus; Sunday, Oct 31 - Riverside Scouting’s First Annual Boo Blast! 2-5pm @ the Wathena Community Building & Park. Don’t miss out on the Costume Parade, GaGa Ball Tournament, Free Carnival Games & Trunk or Treating.
about 1 month ago, Rashelle Meers
Kansas Family Crisis Response Services information
about 1 month ago, Hillary Wilson
counseling
Open shopping at Kaden's Closet, November 7th.
about 1 month ago, Hillary Wilson
Kaden's  Kloset
RMS 8th grade girls win 43-25 last night against Royal Valley. Their record is 3-0. 7th grade girls also got a win last night beating Royal Valley 20-17. Way to go Cyclones! 🌪
about 1 month ago, Hillary Wilson
girls bball
girls bball
girls bball
Menu Change!
about 1 month ago, Hillary Wilson
menu change
INTERMEDIATE/MIDDLE SCHOOLDAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS Tuesday, October 26, 2021, Good Morning! Today’s LUNCH: Beef Sticks, mashed potatoes, green beans, roll, fruit, milk. Tomorrow’s LUNCH: Mexican Pizza, black beans, yogurt, fruit, milk. Site Council Meeting 6:00; Wednesday, Oct 27 - Faculty Meeting with Mr Whetzal after school; Thursday, Oct 28 - MS Girls BB vs Hiawatha Home 4:30; Saturday, Oct 30 - MS Wrestling @ D-West 9:00, Elwood Annual Halloween Bash and Parade 3:30 followed by Trunk or Treat at 4:30; Sunday, Oct 31 - Riverside Scouting’s First Annual Boo Blast! 2-5pm @ the Wathena Community Building & Park. Don’t miss out on the Costume Parade, GaGa Ball Tournament, Free Carnival Games & Trunk or Treating.
about 1 month ago, Rashelle Meers
This is a free resource for any family in Doniphan County.
about 1 month ago, Hillary Wilson
mobile resource bus
Kadens Kloset Christmas Wonderland
about 1 month ago, Hillary Wilson
Kaden's Closet
Riverside Cross Country finished out their season last week with 2 meets. Jackson Heights, one of our favorite courses, was held Tuesday Oct 19 at their high school. It features rolling grasslands and a pretty neat tree tunnel as part of the course and usually tends to be one of the faster courses of the season. Hayden ran 20:10, his second fastest time of the year and earning a 12th place medal in the JV/V race. Freshman Cody Hewins also ran well on the coursen placing 26th and running 21:03. 7th grader Anthony Russell also ran, competing in the combined junior high race and placing 5th overall with a time of 14:45. It was his last race for the season for junior high athletes. Moving forward to Saturday and the Class 2A regional meet held at Richmond - Central Heights HS. Both Hayden and Cody ran in this race against the best of the region to try and earn a place at the state meet. This was also Hayden's last race as a high school XC athlete. The rolling hills and cooler weather helped provide good conditions for great competition. Cody came across the finish line with a time of 20:53 and Hayden followed closely as the next runner with a time of 21:03. Neither were able to qualify for the state meet but I am still very glad to have coached them and proud of their hard work and accomplishments. I am thankful to have been able to spend 4 years coaching Hayden in Cross Country; for his great attitude, willingness to work hard and learn, and his competitive nature, and I look forward to spring track season as he wraps up his senior year. As for Cody, I am looking forward to hopefully bringing some more runners on board for next year for XC and also being able to coach him in track. Best luck to Anthony as well in his first track season as a junior high athlete! Finally, thank you to Mr. Roach and Coach Koranda for their support at our meets this year. Pictures: 1. (L to R) Coach Jim Cera, Cody Hewins and Hayden Daugherty 2. Cody Hewins and Hayden Daugherty run close together through mile 2 of the regionals course.
about 1 month ago, Hillary Wilson
XC
XC
INTERMEDIATE/MIDDLE SCHOOL DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS Monday, October 25, 2021 - Good Morning! Today’s LUNCH: Walking Taco, refried beans, granola bar, fruit, milk; Tomorrow’s LUNCH: UPDATE- Breaded Beef Stick, mashed potatoes, green beans, roll, fruit, milk; Stuco is holding a Halloween Door Contest for 6th-8th grade SSR. The judging will be held Friday. The prize will be a pizza par4ty during 1st & 2nd lunch. The drama department is also starting its annual Halloween Rubber Ducky fundraiser. Order forms are available in the office. The cost is $3 per gift bag. Rubber ducky gift bags will be delivered to Pre-K through 12th grade classrooms Thursday and Friday. All profits from this fundraiser will be donated to the Doniphan County Pet Rescue. MS Girls Basketball @ Royal Valley 4:30; Tuesday, Oct 26 - Site Council Meeting 6:00; Wednesday, Oct 27 - Faculty Meeting with Mr Whetzal after school; Thursday, Oct 28 - MS Girls BB vs Hiawatha Home 4:30; Saturday, Oct 30 - MS Wrestling @ D-West 9:00; Sunday, Oct 31 - Riverside Scouting’s First Annual Boo Blast! 2-5pm @ the Wathena Community Building & Park. Don’t miss out on the Costume Parade, GaGa Ball Tournament, Free Carnival Games & Trunk or Treating.
about 1 month ago, Rashelle Meers
​Tonights RMS Girls Basketball games will begin at 4:30 p.m at Royal Valley Middle School, 204 S. 4th Street Mayetta, KS 66509. 7th grade game will be played first followed by the 8th grade game.
about 1 month ago, Hillary Wilson
Cyclones battle the #1 seed but come up short to JCN, 18-25, 15-25. Super effort ladies!
about 1 month ago, Marlin Roach
Cyclones
Cyclones win first match at sub-state with a 2-0 win over Horton and advance to quarterfinals. Great job ladies!!
about 1 month ago, Marlin Roach
Cyclones
Cyclones take a 14-7 lead over Maur Hill with 3 minutes left in 3rd quarter.
about 1 month ago, Marlin Roach
Cyclones go up 14-7 against Maur Hill.
Great concert put on by Mr. Nelson and all of the choirs last night.
about 1 month ago, Marlin Roach
Great concert by Mr. Nelson and all choirs last night!
Officers from the Doniphan County Sheriff’s Office and the Wathena Police Department visited Riverside Primary to inform and instruct students what to do in the event of an intruder following the ALICE method. We learned 3 steps to remember: 1. Get away 2. Scream 3. Run in a zig zag pattern Students are also encouraged to learn their phone number and address in case of an emergency at school, at home, or even at the grocery store.
about 1 month ago, Hillary Wilson
alice
Alice
Alice
alice
American Family Insurance agent Don Tolly visited Riverside Primary & Riverside Intermediate today to share “The Kindness Revolution” initiative. He shared some recent and local stories of kindness and encouraged us by saying, “Dude, be kind!”
about 1 month ago, Hillary Wilson
ris
rps
rps
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