Riverside Math Night was a great success! Parents and children visited 3 math stations and enjoyed some rich conversations about AIS, the math curriculum, and various games and resources.
Located in the Riverside Cafeteria, students have a new daily reminder about the Upstander values at Riverside. Students can use this bulletin board as a reminder of expectations and ways that they can earn Bear Bucks.
6th grade students in Mrs. McGhee's Literacy Advantage classes celebrated Read Across America Day by reading their original stories to Kindergarten and 1st grade students at Riverside School.
The young problem solvers in Mrs. Varadarajan’s second grade classroom developed creative design solutions for a portion of one of our school courtyards -- focusing on creating a good outdoor learning environment for all students.
Kindergarten took a trip to the Kingston Post Office.
The second graders in Mrs. Varadarajan’s class worked diligently to write information books on self-selected topics about which they had some prior knowledge.
The students in Mrs. Nichols’ 5th grade classroom developed a plan to use their geography and geometry skills to cover the U.S.A. carpet with pattern blocks.
All Riversiders had the chance to explore computer coding and the field of computer science during our celebration of the International Hour of Code week which extended through December in both our science lab and library.
Riverside is proud to partner with the Princeton Senior Resource Center to bring the love of intergenerational reading to our children! As part of the Grandpals program.
Our 3rd grade students have been studying what it means to be a member of the community through our new “Social Studies Alive” curriculum.
The PTO is a group of caring volunteers dedicated to enhancing the educational experience of Riverside students through a variety of programs and services.
Riverside is proud to host an instrumental music program for 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders.