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  • Students from Mr Kennedy’s AP class who registered 25% of the senior class to vote in advance of the November election. First row from the left: Drew Calianno, Christina Smith, Natalie Shield, Kevin Kearney, Back row form the left: David Sorianno, Jake F

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  • Get Out The Vote!

    Riverside High School students in Mr. Pat Kennedy’s AP Government and Politics classes visited senior classes to help eligible students register to vote in the November elections. Left: Tyler Pawlikowski Sitting: Kyra Polidori Right: Elise Hummel

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  • Yellow out day at RHS

    On Friday, September 15th Riverside School District hosted a district wide YELLOW out in support of Mental Wellness Month. Faculty and Staff donated $390 to the Louis Ruspi Junior Foundation. Mrs. Karla Farina, PE and Health teacher at RHS, is one of the founders of the LRJ Foundation. The LRJ is a non-profit foundation that provides free interactive seminars to students, teachers, and community groups throughout our local counties. Pictured left to right RHS principal, Mr Joe Moceyunas Mrs. Karla Farina RHS vice principal, Mr Dave Walsh

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  • Hexagon Interdependence Winners

    Congratulations to the following Riverside students who received recognition in their participation in the 2017 Interdependence Hexagon Exhibit Honorable Mentions include: Lauren Hegedus Madison Aulisio Emily Taylor John J. Kravitz Halle Jones Most Relevant to Interdepence Theme: Emily Padilla Most Creative Expression: Nevica Molinaro 2017 Moscow Clay Works Award & Most Effective All-Over Interpretation: Kyla Rose (Jr High) Abby Fairclough (High School) Their work will be on display at SteamWorks, at The Marketplace Mall at Steamtown throughout the month of September! Pictured left to right Mrs. Lisa Temples, art teacher, John Kravitz, Nevica Molinaro, Madison Aulisio, Emily Taylor, Kayla Rose, Halle Jones, Abbey Fairclough, Emily Padilla, Mr Denis Yanashot, art teacher.

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  • Winter Sports Physicals

    Winter Sports Physicals: Winter Sports Physicals will be given on Tuesday, October 24, 2017 in the nurse’s suite. Any student who had a fall sports physical needs to obtain and complete only Section 7 of the PIAA physical form (CIPPE), students who are receiving physicals for the first time must complete sections 1 through 6 of the PIAA form. All completed forms must be returned to the nurse before the physical date. Forms are available on the schools Athletics Home page and in the nurse’s office.

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  • September V.I.K.E.S.

    Riverside High School Faculty and Administration have chosen the following students and teacher as V.I.K.E.S. of the month for September 2017. They have been selected because they exemplify the qualities of every Riverside Viking: Vison, Involvement, Knowledge, Excellence and Success Pictured left to right Principal-Mr Joe Moceyunas Freshmen - Evan Edsall 8th Grade - Rebecca Colwell 7th Grade - Julia Turner Teacher – Mr Chris Feerrar Sophomore – Richard Conte Senior – Natalie Sottile Junior – Coby Sophabmixay Vice Principal – Mr Dave Walsh

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  • Senior Class officers 2017-2018

    PRESIDENT NATALIE SOTTILE VICE-PRESIDENT CHRISTINA SMITH SECRETARY BREANA OLANOVICH TREASURER SIERRA ANDERSON pictured left to right BREANA OLANOVICH, CHRISTINA SMITH, NATALIE SOTTILE, SIERRA ANDERSON

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  • Riverside School District is proud to announce that Mr. Denis Yanashot, the 3D art teacher at Riverside Junior Senior High school, has a solo exhibition: Anthra-Sight: A Sculptural Narrative of the Anthracite Industry of Northeastern Pennsylvania at the

    The anthracite industry fueled the Industrial Revolution in America. The best hard coal, slow and clean-burning deep mined “anthracite” was mined in Northeastern Pennsylvania. Stories and lore of the rough, gritty and dangerous lives of the immigrant coal miners of Scranton are known to the native population. Yanashot has used those stories (some horrific) along with historical research in Anthra-Sight to create a sculptural narrative of the Northeastern Pennsylvania anthracite coal industry through a body of mixed media sculpture. Anthracite coal, burnt culm ash, industry tools and relics are components Yanashot used to create these sculptural “sights”. The exhibit is at the Hope Horn Gallery at The University of Scranton September 8 @ 5:00 pm TO October 6 @ 12:00 pm

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  • OPPORTUNITY SCHOLARSHIP TAX CREDIT PROGRAM

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  • Important: 7th Grade & 12 Grade Immunization Requirements - NEW THIS YEAR!

    Pa. Dept. of Health recently updated immuniztion requirements. Written documentation must be provided to the school by the 5th day of school or the student will face exclusion from school. There will be no exceptions. The following immunizations needed are : 7th grade Students need a Tdap and Meningitis vaccine; 12th Grade Students require a 2nd Meningitis vaccine. See Elementary West for the NEW Kindergarten Immunization Requirements.

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  • Miss Viking for 2017-2018 is Julia Chickelett

    Congratulations to the following: 2017/2018 Miss Viking is Julia Chickeletti, 2017/2018 Varsity Football Captains are Sydney Wigley and Lea DeStefano. 2017/2018 Varsity Basketball Captains are Brooke Mickavicz and Madeline Evans. 2017/2018 JV Captains are Amanda Merrick-Tompkins and Taylor Merrigan

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