Wishing all the 2nd grade students the best of luck at East! We will miss you all!
Jeremy Occhipinti (Riverside class of 1994) grew up in Taylor before moving to San Diego and then Atlanta, where he earned his BS in Early Childhood Education from Kennesaw State University. He is a certified teacher in Georgia and Oregon. From a young age, he has been passionate about music, culture, and teaching others. Since September 2000, Jeremy has been teaching and volunteering in elementary schools and early childhood centers around the world. His first overseas teaching experience was in India in 2001. Since that authentic experience, he has learned, taught, and created music in twelve diverse countries around the world, including China, Thailand and most recently, Saudi Arabia. Jeremy has learned so much from being an international schoolteacher over the past fifteen years. Traveling, teaching, learning, and a genuine interest in culture have been the basis for his character both as an educator and a person. In his free time, Jeremy loves to sing, play guitar and piano, write songs, hike, volunteer, practice yoga, cook and meet new people. He has been active in our community for the past ten years leading fundraising events.
Thank you Officer Zuby for all you do for our school and community!
Mrs. Linda Schieffer, from the Tri Boro Food Pantry, spoke to kindergarten students about the importance of food pantries following their 100 day canned food collection. Thank you to Mrs. Davis for organizing this annual event!
Congratulations to all our participants. All of the acts were great!
You're never too old, too wacky, too wild, to pick up a book and read to a child
Students in Mrs. Caboot's 1st grade class make cards for a fellow student.
Students in Mrs. Malamud's 1st grade class show off their favorite jerseys!
Kindness Challenge as featured on Good Morning America! Students and staff will kick off the challenge by viewing kindness videos in their classrooms. Students will be given a Kindness Checklist and a parent information sheet. Let's be kind to others. Vikes take care of Vikes!
Riverside students learn the importance of Veteran’s Day! Representatives from the Tobyhanna Army Depot presented to students at Riverside Elementary West. Presenters included Mr. Michael McKeefery, Mr. Nate Thomas, and Mr. Mike Wartella.
Thank you to all of our families for helping with our annual canned food drive