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Riverside's Crowley awarded $1,000 grant
MAY 29, 2012

Emily Crowley was awarded a $500 scholarship this afternoon at the Greater Greer Chamber of Commerce. Her mother, Debbie, and father, Andy, attended the ceremony.  Mitsubishi Polyester Film, Inc., annually donates a scholarship to a Junior Leadership Greer graduate.

Emily Crowley of Riverside High School was presented a $500 scholarship by the Leadership Greer Class XXXII this afternoon at the Greater Greer Chamber of Commerce. Mitsubishi added $500 more last Friday to make the grant $1,000.

Crowley, Senior Class President, will attend the College of Charleston and major in International Studies with an emphasis on environmental studies.  “I’m interested in getting into a non-profit and helping the environment,” Crowley said.

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Fowler, Harris are top runners in RMS iMove 5K Fun Run/Walk
MAY 15, 2012

Cameron Fowler and Mikie Harris were the overall male and female winners, respectively, at the Riverside Middle School iMove 5K Fun Run/Walk. Left to right: Fowler, Harris, Erin Woods and Erin Rose-Innes.

The Riverside Middle School iMove 5K Fun Run/Walk, held Saturday April 28, had 220 participants and raised over $1,600. Clothing donations were collected to benefit Greer Community Ministries.

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RMS' French 1 students get practical experience
MAY 12, 2012

The students of Teryn Traynham's French 1 class practiced their French speaking skills when they were visited by the Gorjux family from Nogen ie Roi, France.

Teryn Traynham’s French 1 students practiced their French speaking skills when the Gorjux family visited Riverside Middle School from Nogent le Roi, France.  The photo shows the class and family members who visited the class.

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Students invited to free Greer Police CSI Camp
MAY 6, 2012

High school students are being offered to participate in a free CSI Camp administered by the Greer Police Department June 4-8 from 9 a.m. – noon. Students will get a look at forensics and work done at crime scenes by the police department specialists.

The camp is offered to rising 9th through 12th graders. Students will participate in practical exercises in crime scene processing, fingerprinting, methods of developing latent prints and shoe impressions. Students will learn how they can pursue a career in criminal justice.

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