Friday, February 12, 2016
615 Hammett Bridge Road ♦ Greer, SC 29650 ♦ Phone: (864) 355-7900 ♦ Fax: (864) 355-7918
Important Facts

Grades: 6th, 7th, 8th
Enrollment: 1163 students
School Colors: Blue and Silver
School Mascot: Riverside Royals
Motto: "Learning Today, Leading Tomorrow"

Accreditation Palmettos Finest Red Carpet School

SC Association for Middle School Education

Upcoming Events

Announcements

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Box Tops Blitz

Boxtop Blitz"The Box Tops committee will be conducting a 'box tops blitz' from February 10th -13th. Please turn in all your box tops in an envelope or bag with student and homeroom teacher name. Top three classes will win a special surprise!"


 

Inclement Weather Procedures

How Will I Know If Schools Are Closed?

  • Check the Greenville County Schools or Riverside Middle School websites
  • Tune to local radio and television stations, including The Schools Channel on Charter 190 and U-verse 99
  • Twitter or Facebook
  • Call INFOLine at 355-3100

Parents should discuss plans for early dismissal (pickup, supervision, etc.) due to inclement weather with their children.


RMS iMove 5k Run/Walk

RMS iMove Logo
It is time to lace up your shoes and start training for the 6th Annual iMove 5K Run / Walk & Community Health Fair. We would like to get RMS students, families, and community members excited about the event and opportunities to participate and serve. This year, proceeds will benefit Upstate Backpack Blessings and our headline sponsor is Pelham Medical Center.
 

Click here for printable registration form and mail in payment

Cick here for online registration and payment
 

Pelham Medical Center


 

Sexuality Education Classes Scheduled to Begin

Riverside Middle School classes will begin the Sexuality Education classes February 1-12.  Curriculum materials are in the media center if parents which to review them. If you wish to sign your child out of this program please contact Cindy Heos, cheos@greenville.k12.sc.us.  Students signed out of Sex. Ed. Will be required to do alternate health related assignments.


 

6th Grade Science Studies Magnetism & Electricity

6th grade science students worked on a 3 day Magnetism and Electricity Station lab between all the classrooms. Students constructed and tested electromagnets, generators, simple electric motors, and homemade compasses. Students also extracted iron from cereal exploring magnetism.  photo page


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