Announcements-April

April 30, 2019

  • All-Star Driver's Ed is forming classes taught by Kris Giles. There is a sign up sheet in the office with Discount cards and flyers available. Food and Entertainment will be provided. Please stop down to the office to sign up.
  • Any girl interested in Varsity cheerleading must sign up on the counter by the window in the office.  Please pick up info sheet and read carefully.  clinic is May 6 and 7 while trouts are May 8.
  • Staff Management at Kellogg is looking for candidates to fill our full-time and part-time positions. If you have any questions or would like more information, please feel free to call.
  • Girls Basketball open gym for grades 7-12 will be every Monday and Wednesday from 3pm - 4pm beginning Monday, April 29th through May 21st. It will begin in June every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday times to be determined.
  • Musical tickets will be on sale during lunch periods beginning today through Thursday. Tickets are $6 each for the show. Come support your friends and get a good laugh at the crazy antics in Hello, Dolly!

April 25, 2019

  • Club Bell schedule this Friday
  • Bears in Service will be going to Warsaw Park on FRIDAY - April 26th. Meet inside the main doors after 7th period. Dress appropriately and come ready to work! 

    Any questions, see Mrs. Miller.

  • Juniors: Go on the high school website to vote for Prom King and Queen this week. Voting will only be open through Friday at midnight, so vote today!

  • The next ACT test is scheduled for June 8.  If you plan to take this test, then you must complete your registration by next Friday, May 3.  If you have any questions, then visit Guidance.

  • Attention- girls interested in playing volleyball...there will be an informational meeting this Friday during afternoon clubs. If you are unable to attend please contact Coach Olinger. Listen to further announcements for exact time and location.

  • Attention anyone interested in running for Student Council: in order to be put on the ballot you must turn in two recommendation letters, one from a teacher and one community member. Letters are due to Mrs. Snyder or Mrs. Smith by May 10th. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Snyder or Mrs. Smith. 

  • ATTENTION JUNIORS: If you are interested in running for class officer for the 2019-2020 school year, you need to see Mr. G. to get your Officer Petition form in order to be written on the ballot. All petitions needed to be completed and turned-in to Mr. G. no later than 2:30p.m. on Monday, April 29th.

  • Math Club will hold elections for next year's officers at their meeting on Friday.  If you are interested in running for an officer position, please see or email Miss Duke prior to Friday's meeting

  • The College of Pharmacy at the Ohio State University is hosting a Spring Pharmacy Day on Saturday, April 27th from 11-4 for current high school students interested in pharmacy and other health care professions. Students will have a chance to learn about the profession of pharmacy, OSU's Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Science degree, and hear from students and faculty about their experiences in the College of Pharmacy. For details on registering please stop in the Guidance Office.

April 24, 2019

  • Club Bell schedule this Friday
  • Bears in Service will be going to Warsaw Park on FRIDAY - April 26th. Meet inside the main doors after 7th period. Dress appropriately and come ready to work! 

    Any questions, see Mrs. Miller.

  • Today is the last day to buy Prom tickets during lunches. Class dues must be paid in order to buy tickets. Junior class dues may be paid when you buy tickets. Senior class dues must be paid to Mr. Smoulder or in the office. Prom tickets are $26 each and Promenade will begin at 7:00 PM at Lake Park Pavilion this Saturday. Mrs. Ferris will be available after school today until 3:30 PM to sell tickets as well. If you have difficulty getting tickets, email Mrs. Ferris. So get your tickets today!

  • Juniors: Go on the high school website to vote for Prom King and Queen this week. Voting will only be open through Friday at midnight, so vote today!

  • Any member wanting to run for an office for next school year NIKE Club please see Mrs. Moran before 1st period on Thursday, April 25th. Members will be voting during our meeting on Friday during Club B1. Don't forget to bring your poem to read to your members during club time. Any questions, please see Mrs. Moran.

  • The next ACT test is scheduled for June 8.  If you plan to take this test, then you must complete your registration by next Friday, May 3.  If you have any questions, then visit Guidance.

  • Attention- girls interested in playing volleyball...there will be an informational meeting this Friday during afternoon clubs. If you are unable to attend please contact Coach Olinger. Listen to further announcements for exact time and location.

  • Attention anyone interested in running for Student Council: in order to be put on the ballot you must turn in two recommendation letters, one from a teacher and one community member. Letters are due to Mrs. Snyder or Mrs. Smith by May 10th. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Snyder or Mrs. Smith. 

  • ATTENTION JUNIORS: If you are interested in running for class officer for the 2019-2020 school year, you need to see Mr. G. to get your Officer Petition form in order to be written on the ballot. All petitions needed to be completed and turned-in to Mr. G. no later than 2:30p.m. on Monday, April 29th.

  • Math Club will hold elections for next year's officers at their meeting on Friday.  If you are interested in running for an officer position, please see or email Miss Duke prior to Friday's meeting

April 23, 2019

  • The schedule for today and Wednesday this week:

testing

  • Club Bell schedule this Friday
  • Bears in Service will be going to Warsaw Park on FRIDAY - April 26th. Meet inside the main doors after 7th period. Dress appropriately and come ready to work! 

    Any questions, see Mrs. Miller.

  • Attention anyone interested in running for Student Council: in order to be put on the ballot you must turn in two recommendation letters, one from a teacher and one community member. Letters are due to Mrs. Snyder or Mrs. Smith by May 10th. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Snyder or Mrs. Smith. 

  • ATTENTION JUNIORS: If you are interested in running for class officer for the 2019-2020 school year, you need to see Mr. G. to get your Officer Petition form in order to be written on the ballot. All petitions needed to be completed and turned-in to Mr. G. no later than 2:30p.m. on Monday, April 29th.

  • Math Club will hold elections for next year's officers at their meeting on Friday.  If you are interested in running for an officer position, please see or email Miss Duke prior to Friday's meeting.

  • Juniors: Remember to go online to vote for Prom King and Queen this week! Voting will close Friday night, so vote today!

  • The River View High School Chamber Choir will be performing for the OMEA State Level Competition next Friday, April 26th at Newark High School.  In celebration the choir invites you to join them in a spirit week:

    Wednesday: Decades Day

    Thursday: Favorite band or musician t-shirt

    Friday: Dress For Success.

    Thanks for your support!

  • Attention- girls interested in playing volleyball...there will be an informational meeting this Friday during afternoon clubs. If you are unable to attend please contact Coach Olinger. Listen to further announcements for exact time and location.

  • Today and tomorrow are the last days to purchase Prom tickets at lunch at the high school or after school for Career Center students. Mrs. Ferris will be here until 2:45 PM today, but will be here until 3:30 PM on Wednesday. Make sure you have class dues paid in order to buy tickets. Tickets are $26 each and may NOT be purchased at the door.

    Promenade will begin at 7:00 PM. Buy your tickets today and tomorrow for "Night of a Thousand Lights" and we look forward to seeing you there!

  • The College of Pharmacy at the Ohio State University is hosting a Spring Pharmacy Day on Saturday, April 27th from 11-4 for current high school students interested in pharmacy and other health care professions. Students will have a chance to learn about the profession of pharmacy, OSU's Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Science degree, and hear from students and faculty about their experiences in the College of Pharmacy. For details on registering please stop in the Guidance Office.

  • From 11am - 2pm today at the softball field there will be a Homerun Derby. You may only go if it is during your lunch or study hall. Cost is $1 for 5 pitches and there will be water for sale.

April 22, 2019

  • The schedule for Tuesday and Wednesday this week:

testing

  • Club Bell schedule this Friday
  • Spirit Club Officers for 2019-20

    President--Dalton Cunningham

    Vice President--Ashlyn Bible

    Secretary--Britton McCoy

    Treasurer--Rachel Vandenbark

    Social Media/News Reporter--Cadie Guilliams

    Congrats to the newly elected officers. Meet with Mrs. Moran during Enrichment on Friday, April 26th. 

  • ATTENTION JUNIORS: If you are interested in running for class officer for the 2019-2020 school year, you need to see Mr. G. to get your Officer Petition form in order to be written on the ballot. All petitions needed to be completed and turned-in to Mr. G. no later than 2:30p.m. on Monday, April 29th.

  • Attention anyone interested in running for Student Council: in order to be put on the ballot you must turn in two recommendation letters, one from a teacher and one community member. Letters are due to Mrs. Snyder or Mrs. Smith by May 10th. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Snyder or Mrs. Smith. 

  • Students qualifying for awards at this year's Academic Awards Ceremony have been posted on the Guidance office window. If you have questions about this process or why you are not on the list, please see Mrs. Lindsey in the Guidance office. 

  • Prom tickets will be sold today through Wednesday during lunches. Tickets are $26 each and class dues must be paid to buy tickets. Career Center students may buy tickets after school through Wednesday. Contact Mrs. Ferris to make arrangements. Promenade will begin at 7:00 PM at Lake Park Pavilion.  We look forward to seeing you at this year's Prom, "Night of a Thousand Lights"!

  • Any member wanting to run for an office for next school year NIKE Club please see Mrs. Moran before 1st period on Thursday, April 25th. Members will be voting during our meeting on Friday during Club B1. Don't forget to bring your poem to read to your members during club time. Any questions, please see Mrs. Moran.

  • Bears in Service will be going to Warsaw Park on FRIDAY - April 26th. Meet inside the main doors after 7th period. Dress appropriately and come ready to work! 

    Any questions, see Mrs. Miller.

  • The River View High School Chamber Choir will be performing for the OMEA State Level Competition next Friday, April 26th at Newark High School.  In celebration the choir invites you to join them in a spirit week:

    Wednesday: Decades Day

    Thursday: Favorite band or musician t-shirt

    Friday: Dress For Success.

    Thanks for your support!

  • Math Club will hold elections for next year's officers at their meeting on Friday.  If you are interested in running for an officer position, please see or email Miss Duke prior to Friday's meeting.

April 17, 2019

  • The River View High School Chamber Choir will be performing for the OMEA State Level Competition next Friday, April 26th at Newark High School.  In celebration the choir invites you to join them in a spirit week when we come back from Easter Break.

    Monday: Beach Day

    Tuesday: Twin Day

    Wednesday: Decades Day

    Thursday: Favorite band or musician t-shirt

    Friday: Dress For Success.

    Thanks for your support!

  • Attention staff and students: Frau Harstine has extra "Increase the Peace" shirts for sale in her room. For sizing and other options, stop by room 210 before or after school or between classes to take yours home today. 

  • Attention all Juniors: Go on the high school website this week to nominate Senior girls and guys to go on the ballot for Prom King and Queen! Nominations will only be open through Friday and you must be a member of the Junior class to nominate.  

    Prom tickets will be sold starting today during lunch periods. Tickets are $26 each and will be sold from today through April 24. Career Center students may buy tickets after school by contacting Mrs. Ferris. Class dues and lunch accounts must be paid to buy tickets.  
  • Community Service applications are due by Friday, May 3 in order to get recognized at Awards Recognition.  Mrs. Hemming will not be available the following week due to Senior Presentations.
  • Students qualifying for awards at this year's Academic Awards Ceremony have been posted on the Guidance office window. If you have questions about this process or why you are not on the list, please see Mrs. Lindsey in the Guidance office. 
  • Attention Boys Soccer Players: Starting Next Week Tuesday 23 and Thursday 25 there will be open field soccer at the practice fields for those not involved in spring sports. The open fields grades 7-12 will run from 3-4:30 on Tuesdays and Thursdays until school lets out for the summer.

    There will also be a signup sheet with Coach Andrews in Room 118 for those students that may be interested in soccer next year that haven’t previously played and a signup sheet at the Junior High for next years Freshman.

  • Attention anyone interested in running for Student Council: in order to be put on the ballot you must turn in two recommendation letters, one from a teacher and one community member. Letters are due to Mrs. Snyder or Mrs. Smith by May 10th. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Snyder or Mrs. Smith.

  • Attention freshmen: class officers will be in your LUNCH PERIOD to collect dues today. 

  • ATTENTION JUNIORS: If you are interested in running for class officer for the 2019-2020 school year, you need to see Mr. G. to get your Officer Petition form in order to be written on the ballot. All petitions needed to be completed and turned-in to Mr. G. no later than 2:30p.m. on Monday, April 29th.

  • If you are bringing a date from another school that is not River View, you will need to stop in the office to pick up a form for their school to sign. Please read all of the instructions on the form. These are due April 22nd.
  • Just a reminder that if you are a junior or senior attending prom this year, your lunch accounts have to be paid in full and your dues have to be paid with your class advisor in order to purchase tickets. 
  • Students: If your lunch account is at a negative balance, you will not be permitted to have a 2-hr incentive during testing.

April 16, 2019

  • Attention freshmen: class officers will be in your LUNCH PERIOD to collect dues today and tomorrow. 
  • Attention all Juniors: Go on the high school website this week to nominate Senior girls and guys to go on the ballot for Prom King and Queen! Nominations will only be open through Friday and you must be a member of the Junior class to nominate.  

    Prom tickets will be sold starting today during lunch periods. Tickets are $26 each and will be sold from today through April 24. Career Center students may buy tickets after school by contacting Mrs. Ferris. Class dues and lunch accounts must be paid to buy tickets.

  • Attention anyone interested in running for Student Council: in order to be put on the ballot you must turn in two recommendation letters, one from a teacher and one community member. Letters are due to Mrs. Snyder or Mrs. Smith by May 10th. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Snyder or Mrs. Smith.

  • Attention Boys Soccer Players: Starting Next Week Tuesday 23 and Thursday 25 there will be open field soccer at the practice fields for those not involved in spring sports. The open fields grades 7-12 will run from 3-4:30 on Tuesdays and Thursdays until school lets out for the summer.

    There will also be a signup sheet with Coach Andrews in Room 118 for those students that may be interested in soccer next year that haven’t previously played and a signup sheet at the Junior High for next years Freshman.

  • April 17th is a makeup day. School will be in session on Wednesday, April 17th.
  • If you are bringing a date from another school that is not River View, you will need to stop in the office to pick up a form for their school to sign. Please read all of the instructions on the form. These are due April 22nd.
  • Just a reminder that if you are a junior or senior attending prom this year, your lunch accounts have to be paid in full and your dues have to be paid with your class advisor in order to purchase tickets. 
  • Students: If your lunch account is at a negative balance, you will not be permitted to have a 2-hr incentive during testing.
  • Any Spirit Club members can vote by this Wednesday, April 17, for their newly elected Spirit Club Officers for 2019-20 by the end of Enrichment period on Wednesday. Please go to Moran's website to vote, look for the title Spirit Club 2019-20 Elections. Any questions, please see Mrs. Moran ASAP.  Good Luck students who are running for an office for next school year.  RV Pride
  • Community Service applications are due by Friday, May 3 in order to get recognized at Awards Recognition.  Mrs. Hemming will not be available the following week due to Senior Presentations.
  • The College of Pharmacy at the Ohio State University is hosting a Spring Pharmacy Day on Saturday, April 27th from 11-4 for current high school students interested in pharmacy and other health care professions. Students will have a chance to learn about the profession of pharmacy, OSU's Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Science degree, and hear from students and faculty about their experiences in the College of Pharmacy. For details on registering please stop in the Guidance Office.
  • Attention Seniors: Looking for a well-paying full time job after graduation? PSI Industrial Solutions in Coshocton is hiring for Water Blast Technicians. Workers need to be able to work at heights of up to 150 feet, lift 75 pounds on a routine basis, and be able to work in confined spaces wearing a full face respirator. Candidates must also meet all of the following requirements:

    - have earned a high school diploma

    - have a valid driver's license with a good driving record

    - pass a pre-employment drug screening, and

    - pass a pre-employment background check

    These positions are 40 hours of work per week and offer health & life insurance as well as retirement plans. If interested, contact Mrs. Olinger or Mrs. Lindsey in Guidance.

  • Coshocton KOA is looking to fill several positions for summer jobs, including for the Sunflower Festival and Corn Maze. Stop by Guidance for application information.

April 11, 2019

  • The Junior Class is pleased to announce that this year's Prom theme will be "Night of a Thousand Lights"! Tickets will be sold during lunches beginning April 16.  Prom tickets will be $26 each. Juniors and seniors must have all class dues paid and lunch accounts paid to buy tickets. Junior class officers will be coming to Enrichments on Wednesday this week to collect class dues. Class dues must be paid in order to purchase Prom tickets.We look forward to seeing you at Prom, so make sure you pay your dues and buy your tickets to "Night of a Thousand Lights"!

  • Attention Sophomores & Juniors: Rotary Club of Coshocton invites you to apply to attend the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards this summer. This is a three day leadership development conference held in July at Ohio University. Applications are available in the Guidance Office. Completed applications are due by April 17 to your school counselor. Applications will be reviewed by Rotary Club of Coshocton and those chosen will be contacted in mid-May. Current Sophomores & Juniors, take advantage of this opportunity to get terrific leadership training!

  • Today is the last day that Mrs. Miller will be accepting Bears in Service permission forms! She must have it in her hands BEFORE 2:30pm.  NO FORMS WILL BE COLLECTED TOMORROW OR FRIDAY! 

  • STUDENTS: For the following testing days April 23rd, 24th, 29th, 30th, May 6th, 7th - You will not be permitted to have a 2-hr delay if your lunch accounts are in a negative balance.
  • April 17th is a makeup day. School will be in session on Wednesday, April 17th.
  • If you are bringing a date from another school that is not River View, you will need to stop in the office to pick up a form for their school to sign. Please read all of the instructions on the form. These are due April 22nd.
  • Just a reminder that if you are a junior or senior attending prom this year, your lunch accounts have to be paid in full and your dues have to be paid with your class advisor in order to purchase tickets. 
  • Anyone interested in being a spirit club officer next year, please send your information and what office you want to hold to Miss Segraves by April 12th
  • 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.
  • Attn: Seniors...if you are going to need your final high school transcript sent to the college that you have chosen to attend after high school please stop into the guidance office and sign up on the clipboard. These will be sent after all final grades have been entered.
  • The College of Pharmacy at the Ohio State University is hosting a Spring Pharmacy Day on Saturday, April 27th from 11-4 for current high school students interested in pharmacy and other health care professions. Students will have a chance to learn about the profession of pharmacy, OSU's Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Science degree, and hear from students and faculty about their experiences in the College of Pharmacy. For details on registering please stop in the Guidance Office.

April 9, 2019

  • We are on club bell "A" schedule for Friday, April 12th

clubs

  • STUDENTS: For the following testing days April 23rd, 24th, 29th, 30th, May 6th, 7th - You will not be permitted to have a 2-hr delay if your lunch accounts are in a negative balance.
  • April 17th is a makeup day. School will be in session on Wednesday, April 17th.
  • If you are bringing a date from another school that is not River View, you will need to stop in the office to pick up a form for their school to sign. Please read all of the instructions on the form. These are due April 22nd.
  • Just a reminder that if you are a junior or senior attending prom this year, your lunch accounts have to be paid in full and your dues have to be paid with your class advisor in order to purchase tickets. 
  • Coshocton KOA is looking to fill several positions for summer jobs, including for the Sunflower Festival and Corn Maze. Stop by Guidance for application information.
  • Attention Seniors: Looking for a well-paying full time job after graduation? PSI Industrial Solutions in Coshocton is hiring for Water Blast Technicians. Workers need to be able to work at heights of up to 150 feet, lift 75 pounds on a routine basis, and be able to work in confined spaces wearing a full face respirator. Candidates must also meet all of the following requirements:

    - have earned a high school diploma

    - have a valid driver's license with a good driving record

    - pass a pre-employment drug screening, and

    - pass a pre-employment background check

    These positions are 40 hours of work per week and offer health & life insurance as well as retirement plans. If interested, contact Mrs. Olinger or Mrs. Lindsey in Guidance.

  • Attention Sophomores & Juniors: Rotary Club of Coshocton invites you to apply to attend the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards this summer. This is a three day leadership development conference held in July at Ohio University. Applications are available in the Guidance Office. Completed applications are due by April 17 to your school counselor. Applications will be reviewed by Rotary Club of Coshocton and those chosen will be contacted in mid-May. Current Sophomores & Juniors, take advantage of this opportunity to get terrific leadership training!

  • 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.

  • The College of Pharmacy at the Ohio State University is hosting a Spring Pharmacy Day on Saturday, April 27th from 11-4 for current high school students interested in pharmacy and other health care professions. Students will have a chance to learn about the profession of pharmacy, OSU's Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Science degree, and hear from students and faculty about their experiences in the College of Pharmacy. For details on registering please stop in the Guidance Office.

  • Attn: Seniors...if you are going to need your final high school transcript sent to the college that you have chosen to attend after high school please stop into the guidance office and sign up on the clip board. These will be sent after all final grades have been entered.

  • Want to help the community in which you go to school?

    Need volunteer / community service hours?

    Want to get out of school to have fun with friends?
    River View High School is partnering with Warsaw Community Park to get you out of school to do some volunteer work! Here is the deal: Mr. Rinkes will allow you to leave school at 1:00pm on April 12th BUT you must go to Warsaw Park and volunteer until 2:30pm.

    EVERYONE WILL BE BUSSED TO AND FROM THE PARK!! NO STUDENT DRIVERS!!

    Please get a permission slip from Mrs. Miller or the office and return it to Mrs. Miller. First 45 permission slips returned will go! As of right now, there are several spots available.

    Any questions, please see Mrs. Miller or email her at darcy.miller@rvbears.org!

  • Anyone interested in being a spirit club officer next year, please send your information and what office you want to hold to Miss Segraves by April 12th

  • The Junior Class is pleased to announce that this year's Prom theme will be "Night of a Thousand Lights"! Tickets will be sold during lunches beginning April 16.  Prom tickets will be $26 each. Juniors and seniors must have all class dues paid and lunch accounts paid to buy tickets. Junior class officers will be coming to Enrichments on Wednesday this week to collect class dues. Class dues must be paid in order to purchase Prom tickets.We look forward to seeing you at Prom, so make sure you pay your dues and buy your tickets to "Night of a Thousand Lights"!

April 8, 2019

  • STUDENTS: For the following testing days April 23rd, 24th, 29th, 30th, May 6th, 7th - You will not be permitted to have a 2-hr delay if your lunch accounts are in a negative balance.
  • April 17th is a makeup day. School will be in session on Wednesday, April 17th.
  • If you are bringing a date from another school that is not River View, you will need to stop in the office to pick up a form for their school to sign. Please read all of the instructions on the form. These are due April 22nd.
  • Just a reminder that if you are a junior or senior attending prom this year, your lunch accounts have to be paid in full and your dues have to be paid with your class advisor in order to purchase tickets. 
  • Coshocton KOA is looking to fill several positions for summer jobs, including for the Sunflower Festival and Corn Maze. Stop by Guidance for application information.
  • Attention Seniors: Looking for a well-paying full time job after graduation? PSI Industrial Solutions in Coshocton is hiring for Water Blast Technicians. Workers need to be able to work at heights of up to 150 feet, lift 75 pounds on a routine basis, and be able to work in confined spaces wearing a full face respirator. Candidates must also meet all of the following requirements:

    - have earned a high school diploma

    - have a valid driver's license with a good driving record

    - pass a pre-employment drug screening, and

    - pass a pre-employment background check

    These positions are 40 hours of work per week and offer health & life insurance as well as retirement plans. If interested, contact Mrs. Olinger or Mrs. Lindsey in Guidance.

  • Attention Sophomores & Juniors: Rotary Club of Coshocton invites you to apply to attend the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards this summer. This is a three day leadership development conference held in July at Ohio University. Applications are available in the Guidance Office. Completed applications are due by April 17 to your school counselor. Applications will be reviewed by Rotary Club of Coshocton and those chosen will be contacted in mid-May. Current Sophomores & Juniors, take advantage of this opportunity to get terrific leadership training!

  • 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.

  • The College of Pharmacy at the Ohio State University is hosting a Spring Pharmacy Day on Saturday, April 27th from 11-4 for current high school students interested in pharmacy and other health care professions. Students will have a chance to learn about the profession of pharmacy, OSU's Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Science degree, and hear from students and faculty about their experiences in the College of Pharmacy. For details on registering please stop in the Guidance Office.

  • Attn: Seniors...if you are going to need your final high school transcript sent to the college that you have chosen to attend after high school please stop into the guidance office and sign up on the clip board. These will be sent after all final grades have been entered.

  • Want to help the community in which you go to school?

    Need volunteer / community service hours?

    Want to get out of school to have fun with friends?
    River View High School is partnering with Warsaw Community Park to get you out of school to do some volunteer work! Here is the deal: Mr. Rinkes will allow you to leave school at 1:00pm on April 12th BUT you must go to Warsaw Park and volunteer until 2:30pm.

    EVERYONE WILL BE BUSSED TO AND FROM THE PARK!! NO STUDENT DRIVERS!!

    Please get a permission slip from Mrs. Miller or the office and return it to Mrs. Miller. First 45 permission slips returned will go! As of right now, there are several spots available.

    Any questions, please see Mrs. Miller or email her at darcy.miller@rvbears.org!

  • The Junior Class is pleased to announce that this year's Prom theme will be "Night of a Thousand Lights"! Tickets will be sold during lunches beginning April 16.  Prom tickets will be $26 each. Juniors and seniors must have all class dues paid and lunch accounts paid to buy tickets. Junior class officers will be coming to Enrichments on Wednesday this week to collect class dues. Class dues must be paid in order to purchase Prom tickets.We look forward to seeing you at Prom, so make sure you pay your dues and buy your tickets to "Night of a Thousand Lights"!

  • The boys and girls softball/ Baseball varsity teams have home games against Coshocton on Monday, April 8th @5. The theme is Blue out for Ava. River View and Coshocton Will be pairing up to cover the bleachers in blue, so wear your blue to support Ava. 

  • Congratulations to RVHS Sophomore Leah Brinker for winning the Senior Division of the Montgomery Piano Competition this past weekend.  Great work Leah!

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