Announcements - January

Last Updated: 9/26/2019 1:12 PM

Sept. 3, 2020

  • Last night the Lady Bears golf team played in a match against West Muskingum. The lady bears got a win on their record; West Muskingum had a team score of 237 and River View with a team score of 202. Madalyn Cutshall was match medalist with a score of 42, Caily Shriver was a close runner up with a 48, Paige Nicely with a 51 and Chloey Geog with a 61.
  • Friday is the football team's home opener with Philo. In honor of beating that team down the road and Senior Night, the cheerleaders request that at school on Friday you dress in black and gold. GO BEARS!
  • Homecoming voting is open, please vote on the student council website.
  • Reminder to use hand sanitizer or wash your hands at least 10 times a day.

Sept. 4

  • Girls Varsity Soccer stays unbeaten, beating Sheridan 9-0. Bailey Bowman had 4 goals and 1 assist, Cadie Guilliams had 2 goals, Melanie Giffin had a goal and 2 assists, Kennedy Wright had a goal and 2 assists. Aleigha Hardesty had an assist. The girls will play Monday at 9 am in The Labor Day Showcase against Rosecrans.
  • Next week for Homecoming week we would love to see as many students participate in our dress up days as possible.
  • Tuesday is business on the top and comfy on the bottom 
  • Wednesday is Twin Day
  • Thursday is Fraternity/Sorority Day
  • Friday is Fishermen Day so we can hook the Muskies
  • We will also have our annual United Way auction on Wednesday, so get a group together and pool your money to buy some yummy goodies!

Sept. 8

  •  The King and Queen voting is now available. ALL students may vote for King and Queen. It is located in the same spot as court voting. Voting will be open until 5:00 pm on Friday.
  • River View Lady Bears Soccer remains unbeaten at 6-0-1, beating Rosecrans 3-0. Melanie Giffin scored twice. Emma Sampsel also scored. Bailey Bowman had 2 assists.
  • Congratulations to both Cross country teams on their performance at the Newcomerstown invitational on Saturday. The boys team claimed champion status while running an average time of 16:50 for their 5K. This time was the 3rd top time for division 2 cross country in the state of Ohio. The Black Bears were led by Nathaniel Stamper, Connor Stevens-Woolery, Javin Robinson, and Sam Adams. Luke Allen was the 5th man and point scorer and the varsity seven was rounded out by Cade Hill and Hunter Miller. The Lady Bears were 4th place and led by Ashlyn Seiler, Freshman Kirsten Courtright, and Shyanne Rahn, followed by Dilyn Tumblin, Cortney Bookless, and Leah Allen. Congratulations on an awesome race! Good luck tonight at your home tri meet  with Meadowbrook and West M.  Go Bears!

Sept. 9

  • The River View Boys Soccer team remained unbeaten in the MVL action by beating the Morgan Raiders 11-1 improving to 4-1 on the season. They will next face the West Holmes Knights on Sept. 10. The Black Bears will be celebrating Senior Night in between games.
  • Golf Team lost to John Glenn. Austin Bahmer shot a 42, Coen Bible 48, Thad Cox 67 & Josh Woolard 64.
  • Student Council would like to Thank EVERYONE for the great time at the auction today. Not only did we raise a lot of money, we were able to have an event and the behavior was outstanding! Thank you for proving that RV students are the best. Our grand total for today was $1,124. Thank you to all that participated. A special thank you to the teachers who donated items, helped with recording, collecting money and making everything else run smoothly. In case you didn't know it, we have an awesome staff! Thank you again to everyone! Remember to vote for your king and queen! Voting ends Friday at 2:30.

Sept. 11

  • Boys Golf against Meadowbrook: Austin Bahmer shot a 42, Coen Bible 54, Thad Cox 59 and Josh Woolard 66.
  • Girls Soccer remains unbeaten, beating Morgan 6-1. Bailey Bowman scored 3 goals. Melanie scored 2 goals and Aleigha Hardesty also scored. Melanie Giffin, Aleigha Hardesty and Kennedy Wright had assists.
  • The River View Boys soccer team had another strong outing last night on Senior Night by beating the West Holmes Knights 3-3 improving to 5-1 on the season. They next face the Zanesville Blue Devils at River View on September 12 at 1 pm. Scoring for the Bears were Seniors ordan Bryant, Reas Pepper and Junior Evan Duncan. The first goal was assisted by Drew Ireland and goal three was assisted by Owen Hettinger. Keeper Gage Haines added 6 aves in the shutout. 
  • The River View JV team also beat the Knights 3-0. Scoring for the Bears were Bryson Fry with 2 and Will Bullock added the third.
  • This is the final reminder that voting for King and Queen will close at 2:30 today. Please go on and vote!
  • Girls Golf at Coyote Run placed 2nd both days. Sept 9 Scores: Maddie Cutshall 44, Paige Nicely 48, Caily Shriver 54, Chloey Geog 53, Kiera McPeck 61, Emma Ward 66
  • Sept. 10: Maddie Cutshall was match medalist with a score of 42, Paige Nicely 51, Caily Shriver 55, Chloey Geog 56 .

Sept. 12

  • The River View Boys soccer team finished off the week with their third win, beating the Zanesville Blue Devils 4-0 improving to 6-1 on the season. The first goal came at 20:10 left on the clock off the foot of Senior Owen Glazier ending the first half at 1-0. The second goal came with 23:10 left on the clock as Reas Pepper crossed the ball to Owen Hettinger who connected for the score. The third goal came with 19:17 left on the clock as Luke Massie crossed the ball to Bryson Fry who connected for the score. The final goal of the game came on a corner kick for Drew Ireland to Jordan Bryant. The team defense had another great performance as they added another shutout led by keeper Gage Haines with 7 saves including a PK. The Bears will next face the Tri Valley Scotties on September 15 at Dresden.

Spet. 15

  • Students who have art projects from last year may pick them up in the art room. Work not picked up by Wednesday at 2:30 will be discarded.
  • There will be a softball meeting this Thursday during enrichment for anyone interested in playing softball this spring. It will take place in room 211. 
  • The Prayer Box is back for the 2020-2021 school year. Throughout the year, if you are in need of prayer, write your prayer requests on a small piece of paper and deposit it in the Prayer Box by the auditorium doors. These requests are designed to be anonymous, so please do not include any personal identifying information with your requests. These will be collected biweekly and prayed over by the FCA group. If there are any questions please see Katelin Morgan or Mr. Chaney.

Sept. 16

  • The Varsity Boys Soccer team lost a 2-1 game to Tri-Valley last night, the lone goal was scored by Ethan Brenly. The Bears now stand at 6-2 on the season. 
  • The JV team won 2-1. Scoring for the Bears were Camden Albertson and Anthony Morgan. The Bears improved their record to 2-1 on the season.
  • There will be a softball meeting tomorrow during enrichment in room 211 for all girls interested in playing this spring.
  • Girls soccer remains unbeaten, beating West Holmes 2-0. Melanie Giffin and Kennedy Wright scored goals. Emma Sampsel and Kelsey Bowman had assists.
  • Attention River View Seniors! 

Sept. 18

  • Girls varsity remains unbeaten, beating Tri-Valley 4-2. Cadie Guilliams scored twice. Kennedy Wright and Melanie Giffin also scored. Bailey Bowman had 2 assists and Emma Sampsel had one. JV's also won, 2-0. Abb Wright scored 2 goals.
  • Today is the last chance to purchase a Fall Sports Program. Programs are $7each and checks can be made payable to the RV Boys Basketball Program. Order forms are available in the attendance/guidance office.
  • Golf scores against Morgan: Austin Bahmer medalist shot a 44, Coen Bible 47, Thad Cox 55, and Josh Woolard 59.
  • Today our Jostens Rep Mr. Rob Vera, met with our F2F 9th graders. He gave them a packet of information mostly about purchasing a class ring. Please stop in the office to grab a 9th grade packet OR go to Jostens.com to order our class ring.
  • This year, you will have the opportunity to paint your own parking spot at the high school and reserve it for yourself during school hours. The cost will be $20 dollars and the form for you to fill out will be on Teen Leadership’s page on the school website. More detailed information will be there. Forms and Money will be due by October 6th.Any questions, contact a member of Teen Leadership or Mrs. ASnyder.
  • This year Teen Leadership will be continuing the Teacher/Staff of the Month again. If you would like to nominate a teacher or staff member please go to the Teen Leadership website on the High School’s page. Please provide a reason why you are nominating this person. Nominations will be due the third Friday of each month, starting this month. We will announce the winners on the last Friday of the month.   

Sept. 25

  • Every Spirit Club member needs to bring your favorite snack (any size) for our Spirit Basket for Volley for the Cure next Tuesday, September 29th for our meeting during Enrichment. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Moran today before you leave school.
  • The River View Boys Soccer Team improves to 8-2 on the season as they shut out the John Glenn Muskies 3-0. Scoring for the Bears were Senior Captains Jordan Bryant, Drew Ireland, & Reas Pepper. Gage Haines added 7 saves on the night. The River View JV Boys also won 4-2; Scott Moses, Colin Addy, Owen Hettinger and Will Bullock scored for the Bears. The Bears travel to New Philadelphia Saturday, Sept. 26 @ noon.
  • Girls soccer clinched at least a share of the MVL Title last night beating Maysville 10-0. Melanie Giffin and Emma Sampsel had 3 goals, Kennedy Wright had two, and Aleigha Hardesty and Cadie Guilliams had one. Bailey Bowman had 4 assists. This was their 8th shutout and the girls remain undefeated. 

Sept. 29

  • The Lady Bears volleyball teams brought two wins home against Coshocton last night. JV won in three sets. Britton McCoy served 9 points in the win. Varsity won in 4 sets: 25-23, 21-25, 25-22, and 25-15. Ashley Newell dominated the Redskins with 13 kills and 5 blocks. Carolyn Cox added 4 blocks. Ki Stamper and Ashlyn Bible added 10 kills a piece. Cayla Shrimplin owned the Redskin offense with 24 digs and Kayla Dulgar dished out 23 assists & 3 aces with 100% serving.
  • Attention sophomores: Upperclassmen were in your enrichment this morning to speak to you about a leadership opportunity here at RVHS. If you are interested in applying for leadership enrichment, turn in the application you received this morning to the main office by the end of school Thursday. If you didn't pick up and application and want one, they are also available in the main office. See Mrs. Snyder or Mrs. Meiser with any questions.

Sept. 30, 2020

  • Girls Basketball conditioning starts Wed and Thursday, Oct. 7th & 8th, starting at 3 pm-3:45 pm at the track. Remember to bring a mask.
  • Nike Club will be having their first meeting of the year tomorrow: Thursday, October 1st. They welcome any girls that are interested in improving themselves and the women within our school and community! The member who brings the greatest number of new members will receive a special prize. Regardless, Nike Club would love to see all of the returning members so everyone can take part in getting to know you activities and the planning for the future meetings. Thursday's meeting will be held in the gym during enrichment, but you can meet in the cafeteria beforehand. Nike Club hopes to see you on the 1st!
  • If you will be 18 years of age by November 3rd and have not yet registered to vote please see Mrs. Hemming by Thursday.
  • Girls Golf got 4th @ sectionals qualifying for Districts as a team. Madalyn Cutshall had a 83, 7th overall, Paige Nicely had a 87, personal best, and Chloey Geog had a 108. A total of 375 being the team personal best for 18 holes. Districts is next Wednesday at Cambridge Country Club.
  • Menu Change for RVHS: Thursday's lunch will be 1. Hot dog  2. Coney or 3. Sloppy Joe  the side will be onion rings.
  • Spirit Club members bring your snack or $1 to create our basket for the Volleyball Cure night tomorrow to Mrs. Moran.
  • Girls Golf played a the MVL tournament: Madalyn Cutshall shot a 92; Paige Nicely shot a 86; Caily Shriver shot a 101; Chloey Geog shot a 106; Kiera McPeck shot a 121; Emma Ward shot a 124. Madalyn and Paige medaled. The team shot a 385 for 2nd overall.

Oct. 1, 2020

  • Are you a future scientist, inventor, engineer, nurse or mathematician? Mount Vernon Nazarene University is offering a STEM Visit Day for an up-close exploration of what it's like to study biology, computer systems, network engineering, chemistry, computer science, engineering, psychology, criminal justice, speech-language pathology and audiology, mathematics, health sciences, or nursing. STEM Visit Day will include 1-on-1 time with faculty and students, a tour of the college, and meeting with admissions and financial aid. Interested students can email Mrs. Olinger or stop by the Guidance Office for details. This event is scheduled for October 5th, and November 16. Students must register in advance.
  • ATTENTION River View Seniors! This year, you will have the opportunity to paint your own parking spot at the high school and reserve it for yourself during school hours. The cost will be $20.00 and the form for you to fill out will be on Teen Leadership's page on the school website. More detailed information will be there. Forms and Money will be due by October 6th. An questions, contact a member of Teen Leadership or Mrs. Snyder.
  • ATTENTION SENIORS: Kent State Tuscarawas will host a Fall Information Night on Wednesday, October 28th from 5:30-7:30 pm. in Founders Hall for prospective new freshmen. Visitors may drop in any time during the Information Night hours to meet individually with representatives from Admissions, Financial Aid, Athletics, and select majors. Any students planning to attend are asked to RSVP at www.kent.edu/tusc/discover. The deadline to RSV is October 26th.
  • Seniors-Reminder if you would like to paint your own parking spot, your design and money is due by Wednesday. That is the day we come back from Fair Break. Please sign up and get your paper work on the office counter or go to the Teen Leadership page on the RV website.
  • This month's Student of the Month:
  • Freshmen-Darrin Besancon
  • Sophomore-Kayla Dulgar
  • Junior-Britton McCoy
  • Senior-Alyssa Gibson
  • Staff and Teacher of the month: 
  • Donna Davis is the staff of the month because she always has a smile on her face and brightens the students' day.
  • Mrs. Amanda Meiser is the teacher of the month because she is really sweet and brightens up the students' day whenever they see her.
  • Congratulations to all winners. Nominations are now open for next month.
  • Girls soccer beat St. Clairsville 5-3 last night to improve their record to 12-1-1. Cadie Guilliams had 2 goals, Kennedy Wright and Bailey Bowman each had a goal and 2 assists. Melanie Giffin had a goal and Emma Sampsel had an assist.
  • Girls Basketball conditioning starts Oct 7 & 8th, Wed & Thurs. at the track from 3-3:45. Remember to bring a mask.

Oct. 7, 2020

  • POPS Concert is officially moved to Friday, October 9th at 6 pm. REMINDER to keep the music side of the parking lot clear of all  vehicles. 
  • ATTENTION River View Seniors! This year, you will have the opportunity to paint your own parking spot at the high school and reserve it for yourself during school hours. The cost will be $20.00 and the form for you to fill out will be on Teen Leadership's page on the school website. More detailed information will be there. Forms and Money will be due by October 6th. An questions, contact a member of Teen Leadership or Mrs. Snyder.
  • ATTENTION SENIORS: Kent State Tuscarawas will host a Fall Information Night on Wednesday, October 28th from 5:30-7:30 pm. in Founders Hall for prospective new freshmen. Visitors may drop in any time during the Information Night hours to meet individually with representatives from Admissions, Financial Aid, Athletics, and select majors. Any students planning to attend are asked to RSVP at www.kent.edu/tusc/discover. The deadline to RSV is October 26th.
  • ATTENTION SPIRIT CLUB if you have not donated to our basket for Volley for the Cure, please do so this week. We need everyone in our club to support Volley for the Cure on Thursday, October 15th at 5 p.m. If you want to donate, please see Britton McCoy or Mrs. Moran by this Friday, October 9th.

Oct. 8, 2020

  • POPS Concert is very different this year. It's called "Picnic in the Parking Lot" and is filled with lots of "feel good" tunes, along with a few speeches centered around unity and positive thinking. There is no strong theme as in years past, no ticket, no concessions. Only the HS Choir will be performing (no JH students) and there has been no advertisement to the community in order to keep the numbers in the audience low. However, if you would like to attend, bring your own camp chair and snack, and join us for some singing as the sun goes down. If you have any questions, please let me know. PLEASE keep choir side parking lot clear Friday evening.
  • ATTENTION SPIRIT CLUB if you have not donated to our basket for Volley for the Cure, please do so this week. We need everyone in our club to support Volley for the Cure on Thursday, October 15th at 5 p.m. If you want to donate, please see Britton McCoy or Mrs. Moran by this Friday, October 9th.
  • ATTENTION SENIORS: Kent State Tuscarawas will host a Fall Information Night on Wednesday, October 28th from 5:30-7:30 pm. in Founders Hall for prospective new freshmen. Visitors may drop in any time during the Information Night hours to meet individually with representatives from Admissions, Financial Aid, Athletics, and select majors. Any students planning to attend are asked to RSVP at www.kent.edu/tusc/discover. The deadline to RSV is October 26th.

Oct. 13, 2020

  • There will be a meeting in the gym on Wednesday morning during enrichment for all girls interested in trying out for JV and Varsity Basketball cheerleaders. Go to enrichment for attendance then go to gym.
  • ATTENTION SENIORS: Kent State Tuscarawas will host a Fall Information Night on Wednesday, October 28th from 5:30-7:30 pm. in Founders Hall for prospective new freshmen. Visitors may drop in any time during the Information Night hours to meet individually with representatives from Admissions, Financial Aid, Athletics, and select majors. Any students planning to attend are asked to RSVP at www.kent.edu/tusc/discover. The deadline to RSV is October 26th.
  • Lunch Change for Oct. 14...Breakfast for lunch: French Toast or Pancakes, Sausage links, juice and milk.
  • Juniors & Seniors: Tomorrow, Wednesday, October 14th Ohio Northern University will be making a virtual college visit during Enrichment Period in Computer Lab 126 from 7:50-8:20 am. Mrs. Lindsey will be in the lab to connect the ONU rep by ZOOM.
  • On Thursday, October 15th Ohio University Zanesville will be making a virtual visit as well. During Enrichment Period in Computer Lab 126 using the same format. Please check in with enrichment for attendance.

Oct. 14, 2020

  • The Boys Soccer Team Won the MVL Championship last night by defeating undefeated West Muskingum 6-1. The JV Boys also won by beating the Tornadoes 9-0.
  • The Prayer Box is back for the 2020-2021 school year. Throughout the year, if you are in need of prayer, write your prayer requests on a small piece of paper and deposit it in the Prayer Box by the auditorium doors. These requests are designed to be anonymous, so please do not include any personal identifying information with your requests. These will be collected biweekly and prayed over by the FCA group. If there are any questions, please see Katelin Morgan or Mr. Chaney.
  • On October 16, 2020 Teen Leadership Corps will begin holding an Outdoor Activity from 5-7 at Warsaw Park. We plan on having tournament games for Cornhole and Spikeball. If you want to get a team together you can sign up with the Teen Leadership members at lunch or by going to the TLC website. The winner of each tournament will win a a pizza! There will be other games such as ladderball. After the Outdoor Activities we can watch the live streamed game of the football team to push them to victory!
  • Attention Sophomore Leadership Enrichment Thank you for your participation in Friday's Live 2 Lead conference. We will begin meeting weekly next Thursday October 22 in Mrs. Meiser's room, room 116. Please let Mrs. Meiser or Mrs. Snyder know as soon as possible if you know you will have conflicts on Thursdays.

Oct. 15, 2020

  • ATTENTION SENIORS: Kent State Tuscarawas will host a Fall Information Night on Wednesday, October 28th from 5:30-7:30 pm. in Founders Hall for prospective new freshmen. Visitors may drop in any time during the Information Night hours to meet individually with representatives from Admissions, Financial Aid, Athletics, and select majors. Any students planning to attend are asked to RSVP at www.kent.edu/tusc/discover. The deadline to RSV is October 26th.
  • On October 16, 2020 Teen Leadership Corps will begin holding an Outdoor Activity from 5-7 at Warsaw Park. We plan on having tournament games for Cornhole and Spikeball. If you want to get a team together you can sign up with the Teen Leadership members at lunch or by going to the TLC website. The winner of each tournament will win a a pizza! There will be other games such as ladderball. After the Outdoor Activities we can watch the live streamed game of the football team to push them to victory.

Oct. 16, 2020

  • Girls Varsity Soccer wins the MVL, finishing 9-0 in the league, beating West Muskingum 3-0. Melanie Giffin scored 2 goals and Kennedy Wright also scored. Bailey Bowman had two assists and Aleigha Hardesty had one. Raychel Smalley recorded her 9th shutout. The varsity finishes their season at 13-1-2. JV also beat West M, 2-0. Bridgette Bible and Abby Wright each scored.
  • There will be baked goods and Beat Cancer bracelets sold at lunch today. Everything will be $1. Also today is the last day to buy a pink ribbon in honor or in memory of someone you know who fought breast cancer. Don't forget to nominate a teacher or staff member for Bear of the Month. Nominations are due by next Friday. To nominate, go to the TLC webpage.

Oct. 20, 2020

  • The Speech Team will meet in Mrs. Ferris's room from 4:00 - 5:30 PM on Wednesday this week. Current team members and prospective new members should attend. If you have an after-school practice that gets out later than 4:00, just come to Speech practice as soon as you can. We will be discussing the schedule and choosing speeches. See you tomorrow at 4:00 PM!
  • Juniors and Seniors...*Wednesday Oct. 21st, Virtual college visit with Ohio University ~ Main Campus via ZOOM during Enrichment Period 7:50-8:20 am in Computer Lab 126.*Thursday, October 22nd, In Person college visit with Kent State ~ Tusc. during Enrichment Period 7:50-8:20 am in Computer Lab 126. If you need to connect remotely on Wednesday, go to Mrs. Bigrigg's CARES page on the RV website and go to the ZOOM links below the calendar...Or click on the link.........Ohio University Main Campus 10-21-ZOOM LINK...Mrs. Lindsey or Mrs. Olinger will lead the ZOOM Meeting and In Person Meeting.  If you are attending in person, please sign out from your Enrichment teacher for attendance.

 

Oct. 21, 2020

  • Attention students who participated in OMUN in the past or hoped to this year: There will be a brief meeting in Mrs. Meiser's room, room 116, in the morning. Check in with your enrichment teacher and then make your way there.
  • Nike Club will be holding a meeting, tomorrow, October 22nd in the gym during enrichment. They will be discussing the upcoming donut fundraiser and writing letters of encouragement to women battling Breast Cancer. They hope to see everyone from the last meeting and some new faces as well! Please wear purple tomorrow for domestic violence awareness and support for victims. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Moran. You are excused from ProKindness activity tomorrow during Enrichment time; we will complete the activity during our time together.
  • The Speech Team will meet today in Mrs. Ferris's room from 4:00 - 5:30 pm. Current team members and prospective new members should attend. If you have an after-school practice that gets out later than 4:00, just come to Speech practice as soon as you can. We will be discussing the schedule and choosing speeches. See you today at 4:00 pm.

Oct. 22, 2020

  • Our eleventh seed River View Volleyball won their sectional tournament match tonight at St. Clairsville against the ninth seed host in three sets, 25-20, 25-18, 25-21. Leading the way for the Lady Bears were Kayla Dulgar with 27 assists, Cayla Shrimplin with 17 digs, Ki Stamper with 10 kills, and Carolyn Cox, Ashlyn Bible & Ashley Newell with 5 kills each. Newell added 2 blocks, and Stamper added 4 aces. The win advances the Lady Bears to the East District semi-final match next Tuesday against 3rd sed Dover at 6 pm at Dover.
  • Girls soccer won the Sectional Final last night, beating Minerva 10-0. Bailey Bowman had 4 goals and 2 assists, Melanie Giffin had 2 goals and 1 assist. Kennedy Wright had a goal and 3 assists. Emma Sampsel had a goal and 2 assists, and Aleigha Hardesty also scored.
  • ATTENTION SENIORS: Kent State Tuscarawas will host a Fall Information Night on Wednesday, October 28th from 5:30-7:30 pm. in Founders Hall for prospective new freshmen. Visitors may drop in any time during the Information Night hours to meet individually with representatives from Admissions, Financial Aid, Athletics, and select majors. Any students planning to attend are asked to RSVP at www.kent.edu/tusc/discover. The deadline to RSV is October 26th.
  • Girls basketball practice starts Friday, October 23, from 3-5, grades 9-12. Girls still involved in Fall sports is not required.
  • Spirit Week is October 27th-30th:
  • Tuesday-comfy day/show up wickedly comfortable
  • Wednesday-class colors: Freshman-white; Sophomores-black; Juniors-orange; Seniors-purple
  • Thursday-crazy outfit day-mismatch your clothes
  • Friday-costume day-dress up in your favorite outfit to showcase
  • Girls basketball will be at the Jr. High 3-5 pm Friday 10/23.

Oct. 23, 2020

  • Student Council is sponsoring a pumpkin decorating contest next week. You can sign up as an individual or a group. Pumpkins must be done by the end of the day Thursday. You must sign up in the office or at lunch today so we can get a pumpkin for you! Pain will be provided.
  • The River View Boys Soccer Team won the first round of the Cambridge Bobcats 6-0. Scoring for the Bears were Drew Ireland with 2,Jordan Bryant, Luke Massie, Will Bullock, and  Evan Duncan also each added goal. Gage Haines added 6 saves in the Bears Shutout. The will next square off with Indian Creek Redskins next week.
  • Girls basketball will be at the jr. high today from 3-5 pm.

Oct. 27, 2020

  • ~ 2nd Virtual College Fair through Strive Scan is Oct. 26th~Nov. 13th...simply register then have the chance to attend many college previews

                  Log into the RV CARES on our River View Guidance Page

    ~ RV College Rep visits...                                     Computer Lab 126.       7:50-8:20 am       

            ~Wednesday......Virtual.............KENT STATE~MAIN CAMPUS

            ~Thursday..........Virtual.............OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY ~ Main Campus and Newark Campus

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    Baseball meeting in the auditorium on Oct. 28th during enrichment (7:49-8:20)

Oct. 27, 2020

  • The Speech Team will meet in Mrs. Ferris's room on Wednesday from 4:00 - 5:30 pm. We are still accepting new team members, so make sure you come to the meeting on Wednesday. If you have a practice first or a conflict, let Mrs. Ferris know. You can come to the meeting after your practice. Please bring a Chromebook with you Wednesday!
  • Nike Club will be selling donuts Wednesday morning, October 28th, starting at 7:10. The tasty treats will be $1 each, and all proceeds will go towards the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. DONUT miss out on these sweet treats! Bring your money and appetite TOMORROW, and think pink.

 

Oct. 28, 2020

  • Girls Soccer beat Zanesville last night 1-0 to advance to the District Final on Saturday against Dover. Melanie Giffin scored the game winning goal, assisted by Kennedy Wright. The girls are now 15-1-2.
  • 2nd Virtual College Fair through Strive Scan is Oct. 26th-Nov. 13th, simply register then have the chance to attend many college previews. Log into the RV CARES on our River View Guidance Page. Thursday Ohio State University Main and Newark Campus will hold a virtual visit in Lab126 from 7:50-8:20 am.
  • Attention all students: This Friday, Oct. 20th Teen leadership will be hosting a Haunted Trail. The trail will start at the shelter behind the soccer fields. Tickets can be purchased at the shelter for $3.00. Park at the practice football field. The event will start at 7:30 pm. We hope to see you there!

Oct. 29.2020

  • Hey Readers! See what's new in the library and check out a 2020 award winning book or a book written by an Ohio author.
  • Nike Club would like to thank RVHS once again for their amazing support in the fundraiser for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. We have raised a total of $225 at our school with the help of our generous student body and staff. The true giving happens when we give from the heart. Thank YOU! from Nike Club members.
  • Friday Oct. 30th-Costume Day-dress up in your favorite outfit to showcase. The Student Council will be taking pictures during Enrichment to showcase at the end of the day with slide show. Happy Halloween!
  • Attention all students: This Friday, Oct. 20th Teen leadership will be hosting a Haunted Trail. The trail will start at the shelter behind the soccer fields. Tickets can be purchased at the shelter for $3.00. Park at the practice football field. The event will start at 7:30 pm. We hope to see you there!
  • Virtual College FAir through Strive Scan is Oct. 26th-Nov. 13th..simply register then have the chance to attend many college previews. Log into the RV CARES on our River View Guidance Page. 

Oct. 30, 2020

  • 2nd Virtual College Fair through Strive Scan is Oct. 26th-Nov. 13th. Simply Register then have the chance to attend many college previews. Log into the RV CARES on our River View Guidance Page.
  • Attention all students: Tonight Teen Leadership will be hosting a Haunted Trail. The trail will start at the shelter behind the soccer fields. Tickets can be purchased at the shelter for $3.00. Part at the practice football field. The event will start at 7:30. WE hope to see you there!
  • Mrs. Hemming would like to thank the Varsity cheerleaders, student council judges, and the skill judges for attending JV cheerleading tryouts on Tuesday. The following girls were selected as JV basketball cheerleaders: Lynn Anker, Olivia Batten, Brianna Karr, Bree Washington, and Abby Wright. Congratulations!
  • Attention all students: Crack open your piggy banks and bring in your coins next week for a class competition! The grade that raises the most money will choose 3 teachers to be pied in the face!
  • Lunch menu change on Tuesday, Nov. 3rd, Cheeseburger or Chicken Fajita.

Nov. 2, 2020

  • The virtual college visits...COTC Wednesday, Nov. 4th and Muskingum University Thursday, Nov. 5th during enrichment period have been cancelled. Application Day Thursday, Nov. 5th is Cancelled. They will be rescheduled at a later date.
  • The Speech Team will meet in Mrs. Ferris's room on Wednesday from 4:00-5:30 pm. If you have a practice first or a conflict, let Mrs. Ferris know. You can come to the meeting after your practice. Please bring your Chromebook with you, ready to work on speeches! See you Wednesday!

Nov. 3, 2020

  • This month's students of the month are
  • Senior-Aleigha Hardesty
  • Junior-Jillian Stamper
  • Sophomore-Lily Yoder
  • Freshman-Jayden Rice
  • Thank you all for making our school a great place to be!
  • Our staff of the month was nominated because of how nice and welcoming she is to the students. Also, she is a hard working woman! Congratulations to Mrs. Emig on winning staff of the month!
  • Our teacher of the month was nominated because he always makes his class fun and plays music. He finds ways to make sure the students learn. Congratulations to Mr. Infante!

Nov. 4, 2020

  • The Speech Team will not meet today. Team members should add any speech materials they have been working on to Google Classroom and continue working on speeches.

Nov. 5, 2020

  • Nike Club members please meet in the cafeteria tomorrow at 7:50 for a picture, Friday, November 6th. Please do not leave Enrichment until your teacher gives you permission after attendance has been taken. We will only meet for 2-3 minutes for pictures then you can go to your other meetings or back to Enrichment. Thanks! Mrs. Moran

Dec. 9, 2020

  • Speech Team meets at 4:00 PM in Mrs. Ferris's room today.

Dec. 10, 2020

  • Teen Leadership Corps will be collecting canned goods for the entire week of 12/8 to 12/11. They are asking for donations of all canned goods, ramen, stuffing, or any money to go towards a good cause. There will be a class competition and any class (freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior) who brings in at least 150 cans total will receive cupcakes from Hanah Maries as a thank you for your donation. The donation of a box of stuffing counts as 2 cans towards your total and each $0.50 donated will count as a can. Anyone who wants to donate can bring canned goods into Mrs. Snyder's room during enrichment during the week of 12/8 to 12/11. If you have any questions, contact Mrs. Snyder or a member of TLC.
  • Staff, teacher and student of the month nominations are due by Wednesday.
  • On Friday TLC is hosting a soup supper. All meals are to go. All meals are to go. You have a choice of chicken noodle soup or tomato soup and a grilled cheese sandwich & brownie, all for $8.00. See Mrs. Snyder to reserve or go to the RV website.

Dec. 11, 2020

  • The Speech Team will be competing tomorrow in the Tusky Valley Tournament. Team members competing will be Bailey Bowman, Kiera McPeck, Holle Sheneman, Rebekah Unkefer, and Georgia Haines. Good Luck, Speech Team!

Next Week Lunch Menu Changes: 

  • Tuesday, Dec. 15th: Calzone or Fajita
  • Wednesday, Dec. 16th: Christmas Dinner
  • Thursday, Dec. 17th: Bosco Sticks or Rib Sandwich
  • Friday, Dec. 18th: Pizza or Meatball Sub

Spirit Week Dec. 14th through Dec. 18th

  • Tuesday Dec. 15th-Christmas PJ Day
  • Wednesday Dec. 16th-Ugly Sweater Day
  • Thursday Dec. 17th-Senior and Juniors wear red, sophomore and freshman wear green
  • Friday Dec. 18th-Wear your craziest holiday hats and clothes

Dec. 14th

Spirit Week Dec. 14th through Dec. 18th

  • Tuesday Dec. 15th-Christmas PJ Day
  • Wednesday Dec. 16th-Ugly Sweater Day
  • Thursday Dec. 17th-Senior and Juniors wear red, sophomore and freshman wear green
  • Friday Dec. 18th-Wear your craziest holiday hats and clothes

Next Week Lunch Menu Changes: 

  • Tuesday, Dec. 15th: Calzone or Fajita
  • Wednesday, Dec. 16th: Christmas Dinner
  • Thursday, Dec. 17th: Bosco Sticks or Rib Sandwich
  • Friday, Dec. 18th: Pizza or Meatball Sub

Dec. 15th

  • NIKE Club will meet tomorrow, Wednesday, December 16th during Enrichment in the cafeteria. Don't forget members to bring your $5.00 gift exchange.
  • This week TLC will be holding a bake sale during lunch. Everything is $1.00! Go on over and see a TLC member after you are done with your lunch to get a dessert.
  • The wrestling team won two dual matches yesterday evening defeating Crooksville 42-24 and Morgan 32-15. 
  • Jeremy Gano, Tucker Mounts, Austin Philabaum, Gavin Kesterson, and Michael Wagner went 2-0 for the evening. Wins were also picked up by JD Herron, Travin Berry, and Jacob Averitt.
  • Austin Philabaum received his 100th career win. Congratulations to him and the rest of the wrestling team!

Jan. 12, 2021

  • There will NOT be Leadership Enrichment this week.

Students of the month: 

  • Freshman-Aliah Williamson
  • Sophomore-Josey Richard
  • Junior-Gavin Crossley
  • Senior-Tiara Masters

Teacher of the month: Mr. Keith Watson

Staff of the month: Mrs. Rose Olinger

  • There will be a baseball meeting on Thursday during Enrichment in the auditorium for anyone interested in playing baseball this spring. Please bring your Chromebook.

Jan. 14, 2021

  • If you made an ornament for the Christmas tree in the cafeteria and would like your ornament, please take if off today.

ATTENTION SOPHOMORES

  • If you have not completed the career center survey that was emailed to your RV Bears account, please complete it today. If you know for sure you want to attend the career center next year you should fill out an application on their website to try to secure a spot in your program. Their website is coshoctoncareers.org and the application is listed under the Quick Links tab. If you need help with this process please stop in the Guidance Office.
  • On Wednesday night the River View Lady Bears bowling team hosted  the Garaway Lady Pirates at Legacy Lanes! Lady Bears came away with a 2113-1865 victory to improve to 5-1 on the season and 4-0 in league play! Leading the way for the Lady Bears was Senior Allie Murray with a 202 game and a 372 two game set, Senior Madalyn Cutshall with a solid 352 two game set.

Jan. 21, 2021

  • On Tuesday night the River view Girls bowling team hosted Maysville at Legacy Lanes., the Lady Bears rolled to a record breaking night beating the Lady Panthers 2171-990. Leading the way for the Lady Bears were Allie Murray tying her own school record with a 267 game, Madalyn Cutshall with a 212 game and Tavia Cooper setting her new personal high game with a 180! The Lady Bears set a record for high single game total win, they shot a 885 combined game 2 and a new high 2 game total by racking up 1692 pins in 2 games. The Lady Bears will be back in action at home next Wednesday January 27th when they host TCC for senior night.
  • This past Saturday the RV Speech Team competed virtually at Wooster High School against 62 schools with over 800 students. Bailey Bowman, Andrew Jacob, Alex Papadopol, Hunter Miller, Kiera McPeck, Rebekah Unkefer, Georgia Haines, Hollee Sheneman, and Grace Cullison completed, improving scores and rankings. Bailey Bowman had an especially good day, placing first in one of her rounds and breaking into the top half of her competitors. Congratulations Speech Team and good luck as you compete at North Canton Hoover this Saturday.
  • Are you interested in joining the Art Club? We will be having our first meeting Wednesday January 27th during enrichment. We will discuss Art Club activities ad get organized. To join you must currently be in Art 1 or have completed Art 1. Dues are $10.00 by the 3rd meeting. Hope to see you there!
  • Lunch change: Thursday is Crispitos or Mac & Cheese; Friday is Bosco Sticks or Egg Rolls

January 27, 2021

  • Lunch changes: Wed. is Popcorn chicken or Quesadilla; Thur. is Chicken and noodles or Salisbury Steak; Fri. is cheeseburger or hot dog
  • Sophomore officers will meet with Mrs. Moran this Friday, January 29th during enrichment at 7:55 in Room 111.
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