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  • WINTER JAZZ NIGHT, MARCH 13. Both grade school and high school jazz bands will perform music by Duke Ellington, Stevie Wonder, Charlie Parker, Neil Hefty and more during a free 40-minute performance at Riverdale High School on Monday, March 13. Join us at 7 p.m. in the Maverick Room.

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  • LICE PREVENTION & TREATMENT. It is not unusual to find head lice in our school community at times throughout the school year. Getting head lice can happen to any child and is not a reason for panic or embarrassment. While lice do not spread disease, they can spread quickly between children. Learn more about prevention, treatment and Riverdale’s policy.

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  • PLEASE DRIVE SLOWLY. Please use care and caution when driving around the school all through the school year, and especially when winter weather may make roadways a little more challenging to navigate.

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  • RHS Drama presents 'Godspell', March 3-5

    Riverdale High School's production of "Godspell" takes to the grade school’s stage in March with three performances: 7 p.m. on Friday, March 3 and Saturday, March 4, and 2 p.m. on Sunday, March 5, all in the gym at Riverdale Grade School. Tickets are $10 each, or four for $30, and will be available at the door (cash/check). Come out and support our high school drama students!

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  • School Improvement Plan and professional development foster empathy and equity

    In her latest blog, Principal Joanna Tobin shares this year’s School Improvement Plan, which focuses on equity and inclusion, and encourages your support for our school community’s collective growth. She also shares how recent professional development work will shape how teachers embrace these concepts and present them to your students. Read her message to learn more.

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  • Rodin-inspired sculptures come to life

    Art Literacy parent volunteers have been leading the next wave of lessons, inspired by sculptor Auguste Rodin. Last week, 3rd grade classes learned about his life, his artistic process and an array of his amazing sculptures before making their own Rodin-inspired creation.

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  • Auction ticket sales extended to March 3

    You now have until Friday, March 3 to purchase tickets to the 2017 Riverdale PTC Auction. Unable to attend? Make a contribution now instead.

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  • StudentVUE account access change

    To streamline the management of student account credentials and minimize password- and account-related issues, students will now access their StudentVUE accounts using the same username and password they use for their Riverdale Google accounts. Learn more.

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  • A day at the symphony

    Our 6th Grade Band students joined others from Portland and beyond at the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall last week for an Oregon Symphony concert performed just for them. Read about this unique experience.

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  • Read the Riverdale Review, winter issue

    The latest issue of our district newsletter is full of stories from both our schools, shining a light on curriculum, special programs, upcoming events and features on students and staff. Copies were mailed to parents, neighbors and prospects. You can also read online.

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  • Registration open for spring sports

    Remember, registration and sports fees must be received by the first day of practice for spring season in order to begin practicing with the team. See timelines for both schools.

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  • RGS Students test skills at Science Bowl

    Riverdale Grade School sent two teams of five students to the Feb. 4 BPA Science Bowl competition at the University of Portland. Our students had a great performance, with one team winning three of the four matches in the round robin competition.

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  • 5-8 Winter Band Concert is Feb. 23

    Students are busy preparing for the 5-8 Winter Band Concert on Thursday, Feb. 23. Parents are encouraged to adhere to the timeline for dropping off students to avoid congestion in the music building and keep the performance on schedule. View concert timeline.

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