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for boys and girls who will be part
of our 2017-2018
kindergarten class, registration will be held on
Tuesday,, March 7 and Thursday, March 9, 2017 from 5:30 - 7:30pm at Riverside
School (after this date, please register your child as
soon as possible by contacting the District office at
562-2121 option 9 ext 2207).
Children registering for the 2016-2017 school year
should be 5 years old as of September 1, 2016
Parents should provide proof of immunization for:
4 doses of tetanus
4 doses of diphtheria
3 doses of polio
2 doses of measles
2 doses of mumps
1 dose of rubella
3 doses of hepatitis B
2 doses of varicella
date of the disease along with any TB testing.
here for more information.
new students who are planning to transfer into our
district are also invited
to register at this time. After this
date, please register your child as soon as possible by
contacting the District office at 562-2121 option 9 ext
The registration will be under the direction of
our secretary, school nurse, PTA volunteers and
Our district presently requires proof of
residency for all new students entering our district for
the upcoming school year. Parents must present
acceptable proofs of residency. A
list of the acceptable proofs of residency is as follows:
Parents, guardians, or other legal custodians of
all incoming kindergarten and transfer students shall be
required to present, prior to registration,
four (4) of
nine (9) proofs of residency
demonstrating that the childís parent, guardian or legal
custodian lives in the district.
The nine (9) proofs include:
1. Deed, mortgage, lease agreement.
2. Driverís license.
3. Motor vehicle registration.
4. Two (2) utility bills dated within
the past thirty (30) days.
5. Voter registration.
6. Tax statement.
7. Check stubs from a paycheck, public
assistance, social security or
other verifiable forms of income
8. Court order.
9. Sworn affidavit.
New Immunizations Requirements for ALL
Students. Effective Aug. 1, 2011 -- PLEASE READ!
Riverside Elementary West
September Role Models.
Riverside Pink Out!
part of Riverside Elementary School's "School-Wide Behavioral
Program," second grader Charles reads to kindergarten students
in Dawn Loney's class. After meeting certain goals, the students
are rewarded and given leadership roles to set examples for
students in lower grade levels.
Riverside High School Football players, cheerleaders, and Miss
Viking visited Riverside Elementary West Students for their
School Wide Positive Behavior Pep Rally on Thursday, October 6.
The Sr. players and cheerleaders shared their future plans with
the elementary students and answered questions about what it was
like to be a cheerleader
and football player
Elementary Student Assistance Program (ESAP)
A SAP team made up of school and agency staff is
available to help you access school and community services for
your child. In Pennsylvania, every school district is required
to have a plan for identifying and assisting students who
experience barriers to learning The REE SAP team will help you
find services and assistance within the school, and if needed,
in the community. We do not diagnose, treat, or refer your child
for treatment. We will provide you with information and you make
the choice(s) that best fit your needs and wishes. As the
parent/guardian you are an important part of the team.
School Wide Positive Behavior Support (SWPBS)
Defined Infractions A
Letter Monthly/Quarterly Infractions
SWPBS Daily Pledge
New DROP OFF Procedures!
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