Riverdale High school is seeking a Varsity Head Girl's Basketball Coach for the 2023-2024 season. Please send resume, references and any additional materials to athletic director, Mr. Nate Sorg,
. or 419-694-2211, ext. 1111
In Mrs. Wehrle's Language Arts class, students wrote autobiographies and designed their own personal "Ugly Sweaters" that represented 7 different aspects of their lives.
Riverdale local schools will be on a 2 hour delay, Monday October 02, 2023 due to fog.
Academic Boosters will meet in the executive conference room this coming Mon. Oct. 2 at 7PM! Come join the fun!
Falcon staff working hard during in-service today: AIMSWEB, Grade level meetings, OTES and PGP's.
RSADDA wants to thank all students and staff that wore purple today for Suicide Prevention Month.
call/text 988 if you need to talk to someone
Thank you, Mr. Petrie, for being such a good sport and allowing our teachers to transform you into an alien for our school FUNdraiser Assembly held by PTO this afternoon!
Our elementary FUNdraiser begins today! Many thanks to our PTO moms for all of their hard work and support of our school. Check out the FUNdraiser packets that will be coming home with your child today!
Third Grade explored the different stages of the Rock Cycle by seeing the effects of heat and pressure using AirHeads candy. All three classes then took a "field trip" to Mrs. Thacker's room to learn about the geological features of National Parks and see her rock collection.
Ball Metal Recycling Contest!
Bring your BAGGED cans to Riverdale on October 4th or 5th and help Riverdale earn prizes including cash from Ball Metal! A green dumpster will be located in the bus parking area near the cardboard dumpster.
Congratulations, September Students/Staff members of the month. Read Palmer, Mia Willison, Sophia Weatherholtz, Eden Barnes(not pictured). Mrs. Miriam Dulin
Our elementary Fundraiser begins on Wed. Sept. 27. Look for student packets to come home! Thank you for your help!
Mrs. Suever's 3rd grade class explored division by separating counters or cubes into equal groups. They were given total amounts to start with, and also the amount of groups they needed to split the items into. They recorded their totals, and any remainders. It was a fun way to "see" how division works as we begin to learn about it!
RSADDA Students are hanging posters and information on suicide prevent for National Suicide Prevention Month. RSADDA would like to invite everyone to wear purple on September 29th to raise awareness.
If you need to talk to someone call/text 988
Mrs. McCloud's class working independently as she instructs a small group at her desk.
Ms. Borkosky’s Kindergarten class explores math rotations to practice making
Mrs. Phelp's students working hard in the classroom today.
Mrs. Weatherholtz and her class problem solving with math, Mrs. Mowery reading a passage to her class, identifying key concepts and vocabulary words.
Any 8th graders interested in going on the Washington DC trip: There will be a Mandatory Student/Parent Meeting in the Cafeteria at 6pm on Wed. Oct 25. If you are going, you MUST be present with a guardian. K & K Tours will be here to give us all of the information needed.
Congratulations to the High School Quiz Bowl team for having a stellar start to their year. They opened NCOESC league play 2-1 with wins over New Riegel and Old Fort. The team will next compete Sept. 30 at the NAQT Tiffin Columbian Exposition tournament.