Any student living in the Riverside School District who will be 4 by August 31, 2024 may sign up to attend. We will do a developmental screening as well as hearing and vision tests. Students who will be 3 by August 31, 2024, may also sign up to attend to determine if specialized instruction and/or related services are warranted. Please call the East Campus at (913) 365-6735 to make an appointment. PROOF OF RESIDENCY IS REQUIRED AT TIME OF APPOINTMENT.
3 months ago, Jadon LaRue
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At the March Board of Education meeting, we recognized several groups of students for their outstanding accomplishments in winter sports activities. First, the 2A State Runner-up girls' basketball team was recognized. They had a fantastic season, finishing with a 23-3 record. They represented Riverside High School at the 2A State Championship tournament in Dodge City in early March! Great job, Lady Cyclones! Next, we recognized the basketball players who received Big 7 All-League Honors. Halle Studer, Taylor Weishaar, and Percy Duncan were recognized with first-team all-league honors. Niahla Duncan was recognized for honorable mention. Finally, we recognized the students who were named First Team Academic All-State by the Kansas Wrestling Coaches Association. These students excel in the classroom and on the mat. Congratulations to all of our student-athletes and coaches who participated in winter sports!
3 months ago, USD 114
March Cyclone Pride Awards
High School DAILY BULLETIN Tuesday, April 2, 2024 Blue Day Today’s LUNCH: Scrambled Eggs, pancakes, hash browns, fruit, milk. NO salads today. Tomorrow’s LUNCH: PB & J Sandwich, sun chips, string cheese, baby carrots, fruit, milk. NO salads today. Seminar: Hiawatha Implement rep in the Ag room 2:15 p.m. – JV baseball team leaves for Perry-Lecompton. Track team leaves for Perry-Lecompton. These players will be dismissed by intercom at 2:00. 3:15 p.m. – Softball team leaves for Doniphan West field at Doniphan West elementary school. These players will be dismissed by intercom at 3:00. 4:00 p.m. – Track Big 7 Quad at Perry-Lecompton 4:30 p.m. – JV baseball at Perry-Lecompton. Varsity softball at Doniphan West – Doniphan West elementary school. Cheerleaders - please turn in your cheerleading uniforms, bags and bows. Anything not turned in by the end of the year you will receive a bill for. High school cheer will have practice for any student who would like to try out for next year’s Cyclone cheer team in the high school gym on Thursday, April 4, from 6-7pm. A mandatory practice will be held Sunday April 8, from 4:30pm-5-30pm in the high school gym with tryouts immediately following. If you have questions please see Ms. Davis or Mrs. Rebecca. Track pictures will be taken after school on Friday. Coaches have order forms. SAFE Driving Tip – What to Do If You Stall in Deep Water. Do not try to force the vehicle to start, you might hydro-lock and ruin your engine if water gets into the cylinder. If you can, get someone to help you pull the vehicle out using a tow rope or cable winch.
3 months ago, Karla Root
The Riverside Middle School Wrestling team was recognized for winning the Big 7 League Wrestling title at the December Board of Education Meeting. The following boys won their weight class: Shane Harless-Banks, Kyson Murphy, Brendyn Deming, Gavin Schoenfelder, and Noah Wooley.  Many others placed as we came home with a total of 15 medals.  Congratulations to the 21 students who participated in wrestling this year and their coaches, Dave Keller and Connor Hayes! 
3 months ago, Jennifer Gatz
Wrestling
At the January Board of Education meeting Mr. Anthony Nelson and Mr. Jonathan Hobbs were recognized with the Cyclone Pride Award. Mr. Nelson and Mr. Hobbs have been instrumental in building strong programs in the music department at Riverside. In December, the concert performances by the Middle and High School Band and Choir were outstanding! Currently, festival and contest season is in full swing. Our band and choir students and their teachers have been working hard in preparation for upcoming events! Good luck to all of our performers in the weeks ahead, and thank you to Mr. Nelson and Mr. Hobbs for all they do for our students!
3 months ago, Jennifer Gatz
Nelson/Hobbs
Teaching and classified positions are open, and we are actively seeking applicants! Please call or email with any questions. Are you interested in a career in Education but don't have the appropriate teaching license? Feel free to reach out, and we will help you explore your options. Colleges across the state have alternative teaching licensure programs, and there might be one that is right for you!
3 months ago, Jennifer Gatz
Jobs
Breakfast and Lunch menus for the month of April.
3 months ago, Jadon LaRue
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No School for Riverside USD 114 - Friday, March 29th and Monday, April 1st!
3 months ago, USD 114
No School
High School DAILY BULLETIN Thursday, March 28, 2024 Black Day Today’s LUNCH: Chili Dog, chips, baby carrots w/ ranch, fruit, milk. NO salads today. Tomorrow’s LUNCH: Scrambled Eggs, pancakes, hash browns, fruit, milk. NO salads today. Sopranos and Altos in Cyclone Choir will go to second lunch today. Band members are attending a band festival today. There is no school tomorrow or Monday. Saturday 8:00 a.m. – Forensics at Atchison Monday 4:30 p.m. – Varsity baseball vs. Perry-Lecompton at HCC ball field. Varsity softball vs. Perry-Lecompton at Wathena ball field. There is an NHS meeting Tuesday April 2nd, at 7:30 a.m. in the conference room. Cheerleaders - please turn in your cheerleading uniforms, bags and bows. Anything not turned in by the end of the year you will receive a bill for. High school cheer will have practice for any student who would like to try out for next year’s Cyclone cheer team in the high school gym on Thursday, April 4, from 6-7pm. A mandatory practice will be held Sunday April 8, from 4:30pm-5-30pm in the high school gym with tryouts immediately following. If you have questions please see Ms. Davis or Mrs. Rebecca. SAFE Driving Tip – Driving Through Water. Be very cautious where water has flooded onto the road. It is not advisable to drive through moving water if you cannot see the bottom of it. Attempting to drive through water could cause electrical damage and leave you with a heavy repair bill or worse, water might get into the engine forcing you to replace it.
3 months ago, Karla Root
Riverside Elementary will be giving the Kansas State Assessments starting this week through April 12th, 2024. This week 5th graders will test in science. The week of April 1st, 3rd-5th graders will test in ELA. The week of April 8th, 3rd-5th graders will test in Math. Testing will take place on Wednesday and Thursday mornings. To help your child do their best, feel confident, and in control of their testing experience, we have some tips: Eat a healthy breakfast. Help children choose foods that fuel their bodies and brains to do their best work! Get a good night's sleep. Having a consistent bedtime every night brings structure and routine to a child’s day that helps them thrive. But on nights before a big test, getting to bed early, by 9:00 PM or earlier, is even more important! We want our kiddos to be as rested and energized as possible for the big test. Also, make sure your child wakes up in the morning with plenty of time to get ready for school, so they don’t feel rushed. Anything we can do to limit students’ stress on test days is critical! Dress comfortably. If your outfit makes you readjust, feels uncomfortable, causes you to fidget, then you should probably pick something else to wear. Arrive on time. Arriving on time gives your child time to eat school breakfast, greet their friends, relax and not feel rushed in the morning. They won’t cause disruptions when arriving on time opposed to being late and class already starting. Think positive thoughts. Thinking positively can reduce test anxiety and improve exam focus. Remind your child to ask questions if they don’t understand the test directions. Remind your child that they can take their time on state assessments, so if they need to go slowly, they can. You can write your child an encouraging note and put it in their backpack. This lets them know you have confidence in their ability to do well. Advise your child not to worry and to just do their best!
3 months ago, Jadon LaRue
testing
High School DAILY BULLETIN Wednesday, March 27, 2024 Blue Day Today’s LUNCH: Beef Taco w/ lettuce, tomato, & salsa, fruit, milk. NO salads today. Tomorrow’s LUNCH: Chili Dog, chips, baby carrots w/ ranch, fruit, milk. NO salads today. Seminar: Meeting in the gym for those planning to play football next year. Aviation Institute of Maintenance rep in Room 214; Members of Concert, Women's, and Men's Choirs will rehearse in the choir room. Cheerleaders - please turn in your cheerleading uniforms, bags and bows. Anything not turned in by the end of the year you will receive a bill for. SAFE Driving Tip – Exercise Extra Caution at Intersections. Engage the brakes slow and evenly as you approach intersections. Not every driver has the proper training to handle adverse driving conditions, so do not assume you know what the other driver wants to do, better to anticipate their movements.
3 months ago, Karla Root
High School DAILY BULLETIN Tuesday, March 26, 2024 Black Day Today’s LUNCH: Beef Ravioli, breadstick, green beans, fruit, milk. Salad is also an option. Tomorrow’s LUNCH: Beef Taco w/ lettuce, tomato, & salsa, fruit, milk. Salad is also an option. Some juniors are taking the ACT Test this morning. Sports events scheduled for today have been canceled. There will be an NHS meeting for returning members at 7:30 tomorrow morning. SAFE Driving Tip – Don’t Brake If You Hydroplane. If your vehicle begins to hydroplane, don’t panic and slam the brake or turn the steering wheel. This could worsen things and send you into a skid. Instead, slowly ease off the gas pedal and steer straight until your vehicle regains traction with the road. Tap the brake pedal slightly if you need brakes but if your vehicle isn’t equipped with anti-lock brakes, you should brake as you normally would. Students are asked to please be quiet in the hallways especially during passing period while the juniors are taking the ACT test this morning.
3 months ago, Karla Root
Tomorrow March 26th, 2024: All sporting events have been cancelled. We will keep everyone updated if there are any makeup dates for the events.
3 months ago, Jadon LaRue
High School DAILY BULLETIN Monday, March 25, 2024 Blue Day Today’s LUNCH: BBQ Rib Sandwich, potato wedges, fruit, milk. Salad is also an option. Tomorrow’s LUNCH: Beef Ravioli, breadstick, green beans, fruit, milk. Salad is also an option. Today is the last day to order a Riverside Bunny Basket. Surprise your favorite people this Easter with a fluffy classroom delivery for just $5. Order forms are available from Mrs. Gilbert and the school offices. Deliveries will be made on the 28th. SAFE Driving Tip – Pull over when things get bad. If you can barely make out the car ahead of you because of the rain then you need to find a safe place – away from the road – and wait for the storm to subside. Better to arrive late than never.
3 months ago, Karla Root
High School DAILY BULLETIN Friday, March 22, 2024 Black Day Today’s LUNCH: Breaded Mozzarella Sticks w/ marinara, tossed salad w/ ranch, fruit, milk. Salad is also an option. Tomorrow’s LUNCH: BBQ Rib Sandwich, potato wedges, fruit, milk. Salad is also an option. Saturday – Forensics League at Perry-Lecompton 7:00 p.m. - Prom at Glacial Hills Venue. Thursday, March 28, will be the first grade check for activity eligibility for the following week. Any students planning to attend Prom tomorrow need to attend school for the entire day today, until 3:15 p.m. Any student not in attendance today for the entire school day will not be admitted to prom. Prom attendees will gather at Wathena City Hall at 5:00 tomorrow for pictures. Riverside Bunny Baskets are on sale now. Surprise your favorite people this Easter with a fluffy classroom delivery for just $5. Order forms are available from Mrs. Gilbert and the school offices. Orders are due by Monday, March 25th with deliveries on the 28th. SAFE Driving Tip – Keep an Eye Out for Pedestrians. Pedestrians taking shelter under a hoodie or umbrella during a rainstorm may have an obstructed view of the road, which means they could step into the road at the wrong time. Be extra watchful when driving in the city or on a road with pedestrians.
3 months ago, Karla Root
Here are your softball and baseball schedules! Softball games will begin at 4:30 p.m. and JV games will be dependent on numbers and information will be posted as we know. Also we are going to have Senior night on 4/15 vs Jeff West. Then just in case we have extra dates 4/19 or 5/2 if weather doesn't cooperate this spring.
3 months ago, Jadon LaRue
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Riverside has been selected as a host school for the Women’s Elite 8 basketball tournament we have been assigned the Ferris State University Bulldogs!! We invite you to come show your Cyclones Pride, meet players and participate in a community pep rally. Sunday, March 24th at 2:00 come get loud at the East Gym as we welcome our NCAA school and cheer them on in the tourney!
3 months ago, Jadon LaRue
basketball
High School DAILY BULLETIN Thursday, March 21, 2024 Blue Day Today’s LUNCH: Breaded Drumstick, mashed potatoes & gravy, roll, green beans, fruit, milk. Salad is also an option. Tomorrow’s LUNCH: Breaded Mozzarella Sticks w/ marinara, tossed salad w/ ranch, fruit, milk. Salad is also an option. 9:00 a.m. - Tuxedos will be delivered. Checks should be made to Seneca Variety. Check with Karla if you need to know how much you still owe. 3:00 p.m. – Softball players dismissed to the ball field. 4:30 p.m. – Home softball vs. ACCHS Thursday, March 28, will be the first grade check for activity eligibility for the following week. Any students planning to attend Prom on Saturday need to attend school for the entire day tomorrow. The entire day is defined as prior to 7:55 a.m. until 3:15 p.m. Any student not in attendance tomorrow for the entire school day will not be admitted to prom. Prom attendees will gather at Wathena City Hall at 5:00 on Saturday for pictures. Juniors and Seniors - check your email to vote for Prom royalty by 3:15 today. Riverside Bunny Baskets are on sale now. Surprise your favorite people this Easter with a fluffy classroom delivery for just $5. Order forms are available from Mrs. Gilbert and the school offices. Orders are due by Monday, March 25th with deliveries on the 28th. SAFE Driving Tip – Turn on your Defroster. Fog build-up on the windshield distracts the driver’s attention and also reduces the visibility of the road. The best way to get this off is to turn on the rear defrosters and the A/C.
3 months ago, Karla Root
High School DAILY BULLETIN Wednesday, March 20, 2024 Black Day Today’s LUNCH: Chicken Fajitas w/ peppers and onions, refried beans, fruit, milk. Salad is also an option. Tomorrow’s LUNCH: Breaded Drumstick, mashed potatoes & gravy, roll, green beans, fruit, milk. Salad is also an option. Seminar – Members of Concert, Women’s and Men’s Choirs will rehearse in the choir room; Missouri Western rep in the conference room. Cyclone Choir tenors and basses will go to second lunch today. Any students planning to attend Prom on Saturday need to attend school for the entire day Friday, March 22. The entire day is defined as prior to 7:55 a.m. until 3:15 p.m. Any student not in attendance on Friday for the entire school day will not be admitted to prom. Prom attendees will gather at Wathena City Hall at 5:00 on Saturday for pictures. Juniors and Seniors - check your email to vote for Prom royalty by 3:15 on Thursday. Tuxedos will be delivered tomorrow at 9:00. Checks should be made to Seneca Variety. Check with Karla if you need to know how much you still owe. Riverside Bunny Baskets are on sale now. Surprise your favorite people this Easter with a fluffy classroom delivery for just $5. Order forms are available from Mrs. Gilbert and the school offices. Orders are due by Monday, March 25th with deliveries on the 28th. SAFE Driving Tip – Turn on your Headlights. A few raindrops can make your car less visible to oncoming vehicles. Consider turning on your headlights to help them see you in time. However, do not use high beams when it is raining to reduce distractive diffusion the rain creates.
3 months ago, Karla Root
Last day to order is 3/25!
3 months ago, Jadon LaRue
eggs