River Valley School to Participate in MOCK THREAT TRAINING
River Valley Community,
This message is to inform you that our entire district will be conducting a “Mock” threat scenario on Wednesday, May 10, 2017 at River Valley High School. This scenario will simulate an active shooter with law enforcement and fire responding to the High School. This TRAINING will affect the entire district with the Middle and Elementary Schools simulating “lock” down, as we would do for an actual occurrence at any of our buildings.
The High School will be the focal point for this TRAINING of the students, staff and local emergency agencies within the county. All media outlets have been contacted along with surrounding county agencies and school districts to inform them that this is TRAINING. We will have signs posted on the roadways leading up to and adjacent to the High School/Middle School buildings indicating that this is TRAINING. For parents; you will still have access to the Middle School, Heritage and Liberty but there is no access to the High School from 7:50 am-12:00 pm.
We are doing this to better educate everyone on how to react to these types of emergency situations should they ever occur. If you would have any questions in reference to this TRAINING, please contact Steve Ross at email@example.com or by telephone at (740)725-5808.
Again, please note, THIS IS TRAINING. Thank you.
The River Valley Board of Education and Administration would like to remind parents to please be mindful of what your students post on social media accounts. The district will work closely with the proper authorities if any perceived threats are reported. Please be aware of what your children are posting, tweeting, texting, etc. on social media accounts.
Weekly Calendar May 22 - May 28
River Valley Art Department Trip
River Valley students are being offered an opportunity to travel abroad to Barcelona and Madrid, Spain. You and your student are invited to a parent informational meeting on Monday, March 13th at 6pm in the high school Art room, room 100. The company EF Tours will present information, answer questions, and open the enrollment that evening. Please fill out the invitation and have your student return the bottom portion, or send an email RSVP to Holly Ransome by Friday, March 10th. This is to ensure that accommodations are made for everyone in the meeting space.
The 2016-17 extra-curricular fees will be reduced from previous years. It has been a goal to reduce the fees and we are glad to announce the reduction in the EC fees for the next school year.
The following will be the EC fees for the 2016-17 school year.
One Sport $200 (decrease of $133)
Two Sports $250 (decrease of $83)
Three Sports $275 (decrease of $58)
One Sport $95 (decrease of $62)
Two Sports $120 (decrease of $37)
Three Sports $130 (decrease of $27)
Music Fee $106 (decrease of $71)
Combo Fee $325 (sports & Music) (decrease of $113)
Family Cap $550 (decrease of $150)
The following is the policy that was adopted by the board of education.
half of the Extra-Curricular Fee must be paid by the date of the first meet,
match or game of the season or the student does not participate. Full fee
must be paid by the date of the final regular season meet,
match or game or the student does not participate. All fees from previous
seasons must also be paid by the dates above or the student will not be
permitted to participate."