As you know, I recently sent a letter to the St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office, which included the support of all North County School District Superintendents, requesting that the pending grand jury announcement regarding the shooting of Michael Brown, not occur during the school day, but rather on the ...(Read More)
Parent Contact Updates
Riverview Gardens School District wants to make sure parents receive timely, accurate information should situations arise where the normal school schedule must be changed. Parents and guardians are asked to make sure contact information is current with your school.
o Did you change your phone number or move? Don’t forget to notify your school with the updated information. An automated call to the contact number on record is the primary way the school will update you on time sensitive information. District website announcements, email blasts, social media posts and local media reports will also be used.
o Who is allowed to pick up your child? Make sure ALL adults who are able to pick up your child are identified on your child’s contact card at school. No student will be released without written consent by a parent or guardian.
o Does your child know what to do if school is released early? Please review next steps with your child(ren) if school is released early. Does he or she have a key? Should they wait with a neighbor? Will a relative pick them up from school? Make sure you have a back-up plan and communicate it with your child, relatives and all necessary parties.
o Do you know who to call? If you are unsure if school is closed or classes have been cancelled, please feel free to call the district’s inclement weather and school closure line at 314.869.7436 ext. SNOW (7669). An automated message will give details and directions should a change in the normal school day be necessary. This number should be used prior to calling the district or school to prevent long hold times or congested phone lines. Please also make sure your child’s direct school number is listed in your cell phone and on the refrigerator.
High School Seniors Earn Over $1,500,000 in Scholarships RGHS seniors have earned more than $1.5 million dollars in scholarships in one day at the Infinite Scholars Fair held in September.