PRESS RELEASE Alabama Independent School Association July 25, 2023 AISA ANNOUNCES RIVERHILL SCHOOL AS AISA’S K-8th PRESIDENT’S AWARD WINNER FOR 2022-2023 Montgomery, AL – The Alabama Independent School Association is pleased to announce that Riverhill School is the recipient of the AISA President’s Award for the 2022-2023 school year. The President’s Award was established by the AISA for the specific purpose of recognizing member schools …
The Riverhill Staff was surprised on Friday, May 12 with a special “yellow carpet” walk. All the students in the school gathered in the middle hallway as staff members strutted down the carpet greeted by hugs and high-fives and lots of cheering. Thank you RAPS Staff Appreciation Committee for all your hard work and love shown the entire week! Click …
On Wednesday, April 12, every Riverhill student and every Riverhill staff member celebrated D. E. A. R. Day by Dropping Everything And Reading from 10:00 until 10:15 AM. It was a quiet, peaceful, and enjoyable time!
The Chili Chicks proudly represented the Riverhill Faculty and Staff in this year’s Chili Cook-Off. Mrs. Bentley Anderson, Mrs. Brenna Edmondson, Mrs. Laura Beth Gardner and Mrs. Lori Shelton prepared a delicious chili for all the attendees to sample. The judges selected their chili as the 3rd place winner. Congratulations Chili Chicks!
Riverhill STEAM has been awarded a TVA Partnership Award STEM Grant. See more information about how TVA is a vital partner in STEM Education. Press Release Link: https://www.tva.com/newsroom/press-releases/tva-partnership-awards-1-million-in-stem-grants-to-local-schools
Riverhill’s Chili Cook-Off was a GREAT Success!
It is one of the special weeks that Riverhill School students look forward to each year. SGA Sponsored Spirit Week — Who will win the candy-filled Spirit Tree? Join us in our dress up days! GO BEARS!!!!
Thank you to Rett Stone (4th Grade) and Murphy Shelton (5th Grade) for representing Riverhill so well in the AISA District Spelling Bee. Rett finished fifth for Fourth Grade and Murphy finished second for Fifth Grade. Ethan Blair did not get to attend the Bee because he was sick. He would have represented Riverhill well also. Congratulations, Riverhill Spellers!