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The one-of-a-kind Casino Royale playing cards represent the best of Riverdale! Facilitated by art teachers Liz Randall and Nate Orton, this classroom project has culminated in a collector’s item (that just so happens to coordinate with this year’s auction theme). Every single playing card is a student’s work of art: 7th- and 8th-graders created all
The PTC would like to recognize these businesses and individuals who have generously donated to our Online Bidding, Wheel of Fortune, Live Auction and Casino Prizes and other event elements. Thank you! 7 Dees Old Spaghetti Factory Zupan’s Chuck’s Place Chuckie Pies Workman Publishing Lace Nails StarCycle Whole Foods 365 New Seasons Rovente Pizzeria
*** FREE: TWO SPECIAL VIEWINGS of acclaimed documentary film, followed by discussion with a local expert. PLEASE RSVP so that we can provide enough seating.*** FEBRUARY 12, 9:00-10:30am, RHS Gym Lobby FEBRUARY 12, 7:00-8:30pm, RGS Commons RSVP: Angst: Raising Awareness Around Anxiety Angst is appropriate for ages 10 and older (5th grade and up) Kevin
Click the links for detailed information on each speaker and topic. Click here to see the PTC-sponsored speaker events at the high school. NOVEMBER 14, 9:15-10:15am, RGS Commons Erin Ruff: Brains in Conflict: From Tots to Teens and Beyond *** FREE: TWO SPECIAL VIEWINGS of acclaimed documentary film, followed by discussion with a local expert.***
Click the links for detailed information on each speaker and topic. Click here to see the grade school speaker events. OCTOBER 30, 9:00-10:30am, RHS Gym Lobby Dr. Barbara Tint: Dialogue and Conflict Transformation: A Talk for our Times Click here for a recap of and some takeaways from Dr. Tint’s excellent presentation. NOVEMBER 27, 9:00-10:30am, RHS
Twelfth-grade parents work together to provide social and graduation-related activities and programs for the current graduating class. The PTC provides financial assistance to any student needing it for senior activities. To pay the Senior Activities Fee, click here. Click here to sign up to help with one or more of the senior activities. Also
Please join the Riverdale Parent Book Club this Friday, September 7, 2018 at 9am at the High School upstairs in the Maverick Room. All RGS and RHS parents are welcome! Our book club will meet the first Friday of every month at 9 AM – please join us for lively conversation and yummy snacks. The first book that we will be discussing is Educated by Tara Westover,
On Thursday, September 20, 2018, visit with old friends and meet new moms of Riverdale!
The $200 Senior Class Activities Fee covers the cost of the various events related to the celebration of the Class of 2017. Please pay this fee by September 15.
Last lunch order of the year! Lunch ordering for May and June is available at www.orgsonline.com and closes on Friday, April 20th.
April 30, 2019 – April 30, 2019 9727 SW Terwilliger Blvd Map and Directions | Register Description: Guest speaker Stuart Watson: Empathetic Listening Learn about, experience, and practice the power of empathy for transforming conflict, creating connection and supporting self-care. Facilitated by Stuart Watson: a Family Mediator with Oregon Divorce Guides, the Author of the Relationship Repair
Traffic reminders for the high school: Please make right turns only during drop off and pick up times (head to the roundabout at Lewis & Clark to reverse direction) the front of the building at the main steps is the bus zone/ emergency zone no staff or students can park on any neighborhood streets surrounding the high school
Summer will be here before you know it. Keep your basketball skills sharp by signing up for the Girls’ Basketball Summer Camp for grades 6-12 (July 16-18). Click here for information and registration.
Eleven Riverdale students and two teacher chaperones spent 18 days in India for an extended Field Studies service learning trip. The group spent 18 days exploring Tibetan, Nepali and Indian cultures through city explorations and homestays in rural villages. They worked on village infrastructure projects, helped Tibetan refugees improve their English skills, bonded with their host
Is your child in Kinder through 6th grade and interested in playing little league baseball? Join the Lake Oswego Little League. Register here and contact Dustin at 703-655-1188 with any questions. Sign up now!
The Boy Scouts of America recently announced that girls will be able to join Cub Scouts (grades 1-5) effective immediately and Boy Scouts (grades 6+) next year. If your daughter is interested in becoming a Cub Scout, please let us know. We’re happy to include her!Mark your calendars for the Pinewood Derby, a highlight of
Funding of the Zoo field trip for RHS juniors and their RGS buddies. Funding the annual zoology students’ visit from Brad’s Reptile World to RHS. Purchasing additional motors and controllers for the two robotics classes. Purchasing an M Specter 360 digital inspection camera. Paying student art submission fees to Scholastic art contest. Supporting students and
SPIRIT WEAR Next order will be submitted on February 2, so you have lots of time to sift through your wardrobe– out with the old and in with the NEW! Hoodies, sweatpants, rain jackets, beanies, socks and much more…. Questions or interest? Contact Shelby Quintos email@example.com.
RHS Gym Lobby 8:45 social time, 9:00 short general meeting, 9:15 speaker Please welcome the New Year with the PTC board and other Riverdale parents with our first 2018 PTC Parent Coffee. College counselor Kathleen Reid will here to jump start parent/student plans for summer. Crazy early? Not at all. Many summer internships have February and
While you are at conferences, you can also purchase Kaady carwash cards. You’ll save money, have a sparkling clear car and support graduation activities for the Riverdale senior class. Bring your checkbook or cash to purchase packs of six car washes for $40 and three car washes for $20. No debit cards or credit cards
Former super model and entrepreneur, Kathy Ireland, is cohosting a free event with Amazon and ChickTech: One Saturday to Dream Fearlessly. This is to promote and engage teen girls to pursue careers in technology tomorrow, Saturday, Nov 11 at 1 pm at Pure Space in Downtown Portland. Brand ambassadors will work directly with local