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April 30 High School News

Thursday, April 29

Riverdale High School News


Progress Report Cards Available

Progress reports have been posted and are now available on ParentVUE/StudentVUE.

Maverick Club

Spring Spirit Week: May 3-7

The Maverick Club is excited for next week’s Spring Spirit Week! Get all the info from Community Meeting announcements and @riverdalemavsspirit Instagram account. Get ready! Get Dressed up! Win Prizes!

Dress-up Themes for at Home and at School

  • Maverick Pride Monday
    - Wear any Mav apparel item (like a MAVERICK MASK!)
  • Wear Class Color Wednesday
- Seniors-White (wear your class t-shirt!)
- Juniors- Blue
- Sophomores- Red
- Freshmen- Yellow
- Staff- Purple
  • Pajama Day Friday
- Sleepwear Rules! (follow the school dress code)

Virtual Activities for Prizes

  • Mask Contest
- send in a selfie w/your favorite mask and be eligible for a prize
  • "May the 4th Be With You" Star Wars Kahoot! on 5/4
- brought to you by Dave Warren (RHS Head Custodian, Robotics Coach and Star Wars Expert)
- sign up next week
  • Senior Baby Photos Guessing Game
- watch the @riverdalemavsspirit Instagram for info

Feel-Good Activities


Community Events: Riverdale High School Compassion & Inclusion Week 

This week is “Compassion and Inclusion Week” at the high school. We had an incredible film and speaker panel on Tuesday that has been recorded for viewing by our wider community. Here is the link to the Upstanders online program.
The case-sensitive login to access the link is:
Password: riverdale
The Q&A Panel can be found at the top of the "Additional Materials" section on the right. Subtitles are included and can be turned on/off on the video player progress bar where it says "CC."  Access to the film and panel link will end on Wednesday, May 5th, at 11:59 p.m. PST.
TONIGHT! Thursday, April 29th, from 6:30-8 p.m., there will be a virtual event on GoToWebinar for community members and caregivers with Dr. Sameer Hinduja. The topic will be: Addressing Cyberbullying, Sexting, and Unwise Social Media Use: The Role of Parents, Youth, and the Community.
This presentation seeks to share evolving best practices that can be proactively implemented in homes and families to curb technology misuse. Foundational information related to how kids use the Internet and their devices is first provided before examining cyberbullying, sexting, and unwise social media use in detail. Practical strategies for identification, prevention, and response are then discussed extensively in a conversational format to allow for input and Q&A from the audience.  Attendees will leave equipped with an increased ability to promote safe and responsible participation in cyberspace among the youth they care for, and with numerous resources to assist them toward those ends.
To sign up to attend, please register here
Read Dr. Hinduja’s biography here.


Important dates

  • Monday, May 10 - School Board Work Study at 4:30 p.m.
  • Monday, May 31 - Memorial Day (No School)
  • Friday, June 11 - RHS Last Day of School