If your child will be absent or late, please notify the school office at (309) 822-8550. The Illinois General Assembly passed legislation requiring schools to inform parents when their child is absent from school unless a parent has called the school. We appreciate the parents’ cooperation in reporting absences.
Riverview Grade School Hours
On campus and remote learning will begin Monday, August 17, 2020.
For students joining on campus, our school day will begin at 8:00am as in the past. However, our daily school dismissal time to 2:00pm every day. For those families without daycare options for their younger children, staff will be on site until 3:15 to monitor these students, after which time, they must be picked up from school or placed into the Latchkey program. Students staying beyond the 2:00 daily dismissal time, will not be transported home. Please contact the office if your child will be staying after the 2:00 dismissal and if you need to sign for Latchkey.
For students opting for remote learning, online sessions will begin after 2:00pm. Your classroom teacher will contact you with a schedule, materials, etc. If you do not receive communications by the morning of August 17, please contact your teacher.
We are also changing all 11:30/2:01 dismissal days from our calendar in August, September, October and November to dismiss at 2:00, thus providing consistency for students and families. Click here for the updated 2020-2021 calendar.
House Bill 3586
School personnel who provide related services to students are required to maintain written logs that contain the service provided, the date and the number of minutes administered. These related service logs must be made available to parents/guardians during the student's annual review IEP meeting and also anytime upon request. These service logs are considered part of a student's temporary school records.
Parent Letter for ALICE
Riverview School District will be involved in learning new procedures that we (as well as experts across the country) believe will increase the chance of survival during an active incident. These new procedures will teach our staff and students the A.L.I.C.E. system. What does this mean? Read the full letter by clicking here.