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June 11 - Riverdale High School News

Graduation Photos

Congratulations to the RHS Class of 2021 on a tremendous job during your time at Riverdale! We are so proud of all of your accomplishments. We look forward to watching all that you’ll achieve in the future. To view pictures from graduation, there are two different sets of photos taken by RSD staff. Feel free to share the links with others. 
 
GRADUATION PHOTOS #1
 GRADUATION PHOTOS #2
 
Watch the Graduation Livestream Recording here
 

REMINDER

Summer Learning Opportunities at RHS

We have some exciting learning opportunities for RHS students this summer. If you have interest in taking a short enrichment course, getting support with credit recovery, or participating in a mental health wellness program, please fill out the following RHS Summer Program survey. The deadline to sign up is Monday, June 7. However, we will continue to add students to credit recovery support past this date. 
 
Complete the survey here
 

Read the RHS Riverdale Review!

 
The Riverdale Review is produced by Mr. McLain’s Current History Publications class. As a class, they hope to provide the community with accurate and entertaining News pieces as well as creative writing pieces.
 
 
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Have a Safe and Healthy Summer

The staff of RHS wishes all Riverdale students and families a safe and healthy summer. Please remember that our mental health partners from Jory Mental health will be running individual session check ins and group sessions throughout the summer. Jory Mental Health providers will be available for meetings on various schedules with individual students depending on their needs. Group sessions will also be available to offer key mental health support to students by providing focused interventions on stress reduction, depression and anxiety. Please contact Jack Marvin (jack@jorymhc.com) or Simone Nagle (simone@jorymhc.com) for more information.
Below you will find a list of additional Mental Health resources to access. 

Crisis Support Lines 

If there is an immediate safety concern, call 911. 

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline  

1-800-273-8255 - available 24/7 

Youth Line 

877-968-8491 
A crisis line for teens to talk to other (trained) teens. 

Crisis Line - Clackamas County 

503-655-8585 

Crisis Line - Multnomah County 

503-988-4888 

Crisis Line - Washington County

503-291-9111 

Crisis Line for Your County 

Click this link to go to their web page. 

Lifeline ofrece 24/7

Gratuito servicios en español, no es necesario hablar inglés si usted necesita ayuda. 
1-888-628-9454 - 24/7 
Click this link to go to their web page. 

The Trevor Project 

Crisis line for LGBTQ+ youth – 1-866-488-7386 
Click this link to go to their web page.