Stephanie Gonzalez and Antoine Kahaleh of Riverside Middle School were selected finalists for the ACE (Advocates for Character and Education) Award. The eighth graders were recognized for their hard work, positive choices despite adversity, leadership, and contributions in school and the community.
Gonzalez and Kahaleh will represent Riverside Middle at a banquet May 23 at the KROC Center. Other nominees were: Megan Lamb, Lindsey Wise, Abigail Smith, Tim Cooper, and Dean Lage.
Riverside Middle School took four groups to participate in Concert Festival at North Greenville University last weekend. Groups from throughout the state participated.
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More than 200 attended Breakfast with Moms Feb. 13, 2013 at Riverside Middle School. Mothers, grandmothers and guardians of RMS students enjoyed breakfast while being entertained by Ginger Greer’s Strings students.
Twin seventh-grade students Jessica and Tori Heiser-Whatley recently competed in the National Youth USA Indoor Track and Field Championships in Landover, MD. Jessica placed 3rd and Tori placed 4th in the 3000m Race Walk 13-14 Division Girls.
Reedy from the Greenville Drive visited the Riverside Middle School sixth-grade lunch to promote the Greenville Drive's Reading All-Stars Program. All participating students will receive a free ticket to a Drive game, a t-shirt and a chance to win prizes at the reading celebration game.
The Riverside Middle School Model United Nations held their annual Festival of Nations Feb. 26 in conjunction with the annual talent show and Beta Club Blood Drive. Students, dressed in native attire, and representing nine different countries, hosted information booths about their country including traditional food and music.