October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. We’re asking students and faculty to WEAR PINK EVERY FRIDAY THIS MONTH in support of the millions of women, past and present, fighting this disease, and in the hope that we can one day find a cure.
Fri Oct 15 03:09 PM
Gibson Elementary School was awarded $25,000 via the National School Lunch Program Equipment Assistance Grant. The award will fund a new walk-in combination cooler/freezer installed at Gibson Elementary.
Tue Oct 12 02:59 PM
Superintendent Scott Spurgeon, Ed.D., was presented with the National Award of Merit from the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater St. Louis. The award is presented to individuals who have provided outstanding support for Boys & Girls Clubs in the region.
Thu Aug 19 12:37 PM
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Mon Aug 09 10:43 AM
Enrollment for Returning Students is Ongoing
Mon Jul 26 09:07 AM
Back-to-School Immunizations Riverview Gardens School District Central Office Parking Lot 1370 Northumberland Dr.
Mon Jul 12 03:28 PM
Jean Heil, a third grade teacher at Moline Elementary, was named the Riverview Gardens School District’s 2021 District Teacher of the Year.
Tue Jun 29 04:44 PM
The Riverview Gardens School District has been awarded $15,672,712 through the American Rescue Plan Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ARP ESSER) funds. The Special Administrative Board approved this budget application at the June 22 board meeting. It is the intent of the school district to focus on the following initiatives using ESSER funds:
Wed Jun 23 04:53 PM
The Riverview Gardens School District’s Special Administrative Board voted 3-0 to approve weighted salary increases on the 2021-2022 salary schedules. The salary increases fulfill a promise made during the Proposition E campaign to enhance salary schedules to provide fair and equitable salary increases for District employees. Prop E passed with the support of 68.6 percent of voters in the April 6 election.
Tue Jun 22 07:15 PM
The Riverview Gardens High School Class of 2021 celebrated in style as the high school hosted its second consecutive campus graduation parade. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, RGHS elected to eschew the traditional high school graduation ceremony in lieu of a drive through style event. While the event lacked formal commencement speeches, it overflowed with family and community pride.
Tue Jun 22 01:27 PM