Riverside High School
Principals at Riverside High School and Riverside Middle School were honored Friday night in Greenville as the South Carolina Principal of the Year for their respective grades. They were selected by the South Carolina Parents Teachers Association.
Andy Crowley, principal at Riverside High School, and Eric Williams, principal at Riverside Middle School received their awards at the Greenville Regency Hotel.
RMS students Brian Ramirez Antonio is a sixth-grade student at Riverside Middle School who wants to be an artist when he grows up. He enjoys checking out library books on a wide variety of topics to get ideas for his creations that he enjoys building with his dad.
The castle that Brian built was his most difficult project because he said it was hard to cut and fit everything together. Among his works on display are, "Greek Amphitheater," "Medieval Amphitheater," "Knight’s Helmet," "Christmas House" and "Trojan Horse."
Students in the 7th-grade math classes of Mrs. Burroughs, Mrs. Lee, Mrs. Parker and Mr. Raymond celebrated "pi" day with a variety of activities. They created a word wall of words that contain the letters "pi," completed a crossword puzzle, made a "pi" skyline, watched a video, conducted "pi" and pie surveys using ActivExpressions, viewed "pi" humor, and, of course, ate a lot of pie.
iMove 5k Run/Walk is May 3
Spartanburg High School will be the site of one of five South Carolina Shrine Bowl combines on Saturday beginning at 9:30 a.m. Five combines will also be held in North Carolina.
The combines are provided for players to demonstrate skills needed for athletic scholarships and possible Shrine Bowl selection. It is open to all rising 12th graders. Athletes are advised to bring videos for the Shrine Bowl coaching staff to evaluate.
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Riverside Middle School will host Riverside Royals Community Spirit Fest March 27 in conjunction with Spirit Week and the Fun Run from 5-7:30 p.m. Activities include the Anne Frank Exhibit, RMS Band Performance, and the RMS soccer, softball, and baseball teams play against Northwood Middle School. Some of Greenville’s finest eateries and local community services will be featured as well.
iMOVE 5k Run/Walk will be May 3
Riverside High School
Students at Riverside Middle School have issued written apologies to the frogs they dissected.
Dear Freddy the Frog,
The Riverside High School Speech and Debate team won the 2014 state championship, its third straight, and coach David Dejesa is the AAAA Coach of the Year.
The team had 10 first place and three second place finishes.
The 4th Annual iMOVE 5K Run/Walk will be May 3. Check-in will be at 8 a.m., pre-race warmup at 8:30 a.m., and the start of the race/walk at 9 a.m.
All proceeds will be donated to "Let There Be Mom" and "Palmetto Animal Assisted Life Services."