Announcements-March

March 21, 2019

  • We will be on club bell "B" Schedule this Friday, March 22nd.

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  • FCCLA will only be meeting for Rotation B1 in the afternoon to vote for next years President.
  • ALL SENIORS need to be here for enrichment on April 1st for an important senior information meeting.
  • Don't forget that if you are bringing someone from another school to prom, there are forms in the office. 
  • If you are interested in engineering, astronomy or the Air Force, Retired Lt Col Dana Louie will be speaking with the engineering club during 8th period. Col Louie is an Ohio University graduate who spent 20 years in the Air Force primarily as a Test Flight Engineer.  She is now working on her doctorate in astronomy from the University of Maryland studying exoplanets -- those planets not in our solar system.  Please see Alicia Lonsinger or Miss Casey for details if you want to attend. PLEASE CHECK WITH YOUR 8TH PERIOD TEACHER FOR PERMISSION!!!! This will take place in the Library.
  • Attention anyone interested in being in the Teen Leadership Corps class next year: Applications are due March 26th which is next Tuesday. If you need an application, they are available in the guidance office. Please turn in your applications to Mrs. Snyder
  • Attention students interested in CCP classes at COTC next school year: COTC is offering Accuplacer testing on April 18th at 10am, and May 6th at 4pm. This is only if you are wanting to take classes AT COTC for College Credit Plus next school year. If needing Accuplacer testing for COTC, please call the college to secure your spot for one of these dates. Make sure you have applied to the college before taking the test with them. Call 740/622-1408 to secure your spot.

March 19, 2019

  • We will be on club bell "B" Schedule this Friday, March 22nd.

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  • GAP will be in Mrs. Buxton's room (214) today.
  • Attention anyone interested in being in the Teen Leadership Corps class next year: Applications are due March 26th which is next Tuesday. If you need an application, they are available in the guidance office. Please turn in your applications to Mrs. Snyder
  • Attention students interested in CCP classes at COTC next school year: COTC is offering Accuplacer testing on April 18th at 10am, and May 6th at 4pm. This is only if you are wanting to take classes AT COTC for College Credit Plus next school year. If needing Accuplacer testing for COTC, please call the college to secure your spot for one of these dates. Make sure you have applied to the college before taking the test with them. Call 740/622-1408 to secure your spot.
  • Personal Finance students can start competing for Scholarship money through Knowledge Matters today. Don't forget to check your status every day to see your level of progress and participation.

    If other students that have had Mrs. Moran for Personal Finance, you can also participate starting today. Please see her for the Course Key to compete for cash awards. 

    1st place winner--$3,000

    2nd place winner--$2,000

    3rd place winner--$500

    Any questions, please see Mrs. Moran today. 

 

March 18, 2019

  • We will be on club bell "B" Schedule this Friday, March 22nd.

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  • Thank you Duncan Martin, Haley Jordan, Jessica Hartsock, Kelsie Williamson, Remi Mitchell, Alyssa Thomas, Cheyenne Hutton, Karlie Lahna, Britton McCoy, Kyara Roberts, Bianca Roberson, Zach Balo, Leah Brinker, and Halie Brookover for helping this weekend at the Ava Mae Birthday Benefit. The total has not been finalized yet but we have raised close to $19,000 for Ava Mae Winner and family. A huge thank you to our RV students helping this past weekend to make it very successful. Thanks! Karin Moran

March 15, 2019

  • Don't forget that if you are bringing someone from another school to prom, there are forms in the office. 
  • If available tonight at 7 pm at the Moose Lodge behind McDonalds, Mr. G and Mrs. Moran will be decorating for Ava Mae Birthday Bash Benefit. Additional times are tomorrow morning, afternoon, or evening we need additional help with blowing up balloons, selling baked goods, face painting, selling raffle tickets and cleaning up tables.

    If available any time to assist, see Mr. G or Mrs. Moran. 
    Ava Mae Birthday Bash Benefit is tomorrow Saturday, March 16th from 2 to 9 pm.

    Food will be served from 2 to 6 pm, games available at 3 pm, live auction at 6 pm, silent auction until 6 pm, and DJ at 7 pm. Tickets for the meal are available for $10 a person; all proceeds go to the Winner family. Any questions, please see Mr. Guilliams or Mrs. Moran.  RVHS pride!! Thanks for your support!

  • ATTENTION ALL CHESS CLUB MEMBERS: There is an opportunity for RV to faceoff with Ridgewood in a chess tournament. The tournament will be held after school on Thursday, April 4th. Please see Mr. G to sign up.

 

March 14, 2019

  • Don't forget that if you are bringing someone from another school to prom, there are forms in the office. 
  • ATTENTION ALL CHESS CLUB MEMBERS: There is an opportunity for RV to faceoff with Ridgewood in a chess tournament. The tournament will be held after school on Thursday, April 4th. Please see Mr. G to sign up.
  • Just a reminder we are hosting our CCP information meeting Thursday 3/14 at 6pm on the Coshocton Campus.  Any of your students and parents are welcome to come!
  • Good Morning Pie Eaters of River View High School!  Today is our favorite day of the year; The date is 3.14, so we will be eating pie!.  In addition to the pie you ordered through your math classes, Certified Gold will be offering pie during lunch.  For just $3 a slice, you can get Chocolate, Peanut Butter, Chocolate Peanut Butter, and limited amounts of coconut and apple.  First come first serve! 
  • We will be having a class coin war to raise money for Ava and her family. The dress themes for each day will be:

    Fake Patrick’s Day, so wear green

March 11, 2019

  • Tomorrow, Tuesday, March 12, we will be on a special schedule for Juniors ACT Testing

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  • The River View High School Concert Choir competed Saturday at the OMEA Large Group Competition in District 9 and earned a "two", or Excellent Rating.  Great Job, Concert Choir.

    The River View High School Chamber Choir also competed on Saturday and earned a One, or Superior Rating, and will be moving on to the State Level competition in April.   Congratulations, Chamber Choir!

  • The Symphonic Band went to John Glenn High School Friday night to compete in the Ohio Music Education Association’s district level contest.  They received a “TWO” or “Excellent” rating.  Good job, band.  Congratulations to the choirs on their fine performances at John Glenn on Saturday.

  • Mr. Guilliams and Mrs. Moran need students to help decorate Friday night at 7 pm at the Moose Lodge behind McDonalds. If you are available Saturday morning, afternoon, or evening we need additional help with blowing up balloons, selling baked goods, face painting, selling raffle tickets and cleaning up tables. 

    Anyone is invited to help out wherever needed. Please let know Mr. Guilliams or Mrs. Moran know by Thursday if you are available to help out with Ava Mae's Benefit. Ava Mae Birthday Bash Benefit is this Saturday, March 16th from 2 to 9 pm.

    Food will be served from 2 to 6 pm, games available at 3 pm, live auction at 6 pm, silent auction until 6 pm, and DJ at 7 pm. Tickets for the meal are available for $10 a person; all proceeds go to the Winner family. Any questions, please see Mr. Guilliams or Mrs. Moran.  RVHS pride!! We need your support!

  • JA Titan is more than just a game. It's a JA experience.

    JA Titan teaches high school students how to make critical business decisions as they run their own company in this interactive online simulation program. Students are challenged to increase sales and profits, react to their competition, try new business strategies and respond to changing market conditions.

    This year our school was represented by three teams at the JA Titan competition at Akron University on Friday, March 8. Out of 32 teams, River View took 1st and 3rd place at the competition overall.

    1st place winners were Andrew Martin, Justin Cooper and Ian Keneda. Each one will receive $250 as a cash prize.

    3rd place winners were Javen Deeds, Dillon West, and Gabe Guilliams. Each one will receive $50 as a cash prize.

    Josh Tate, Marie Stufflebean, and Cale Bible were very competitve but can't up short in the consolation round.

    We also had 24 students particpating in JA Career Track on career awareness, reality day and the side hustle. We are proud of our RV students this past Friday in representing our school at the Junior Achievement Conference; gaining knowledge and meeting other students from local high schools.

    Thanks for your support of Junior Achievement!! 

  • Please check lost and found

  • Ther will be a high school bowling league this summer for 12 weeks. Teams are made of 3 people. Call or stop by the bowling ally if interested.

  • A reminder to all juniors that the ACT will take place Tuesday, March 12th

  • SADD & Nike Club are coming together to collect personal care items (new or like new). Please place in the box by the main doors.

  • Save your loose change this week is IBelieve Spirit week. We will be having a class coin war to raise money for Ava and her family. The dress themes for each day will be:

    Comfy Monday

    Tie-Dye Tuesday

    Warrior Wednesday (wear your Ava shirts)

    Beach Party Thursday

    Fake Patrick’s Day, so wear green on Friday

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