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June 17
Report Card Pickup June 21st

​Report Cards will be available for pick up on Friday, June 21st at 9:00am in Advisory

May 27
Summer School 2019

​The following is the link for Summer School Information:

https://www.monctonsummerschool.com/high-school-grades-9-12/

May 27
June 2019 Exam Exemptions

​The forms for the June 2019 Exam Exemptions must be returned no later than June 6th.

The forms will be distributed on June 4th.

 

May 27
June 2019 Exam Schedule

June Exam Schedule

 

Monday- June 10

Tuesday- June 11

Wednesday-June 12

Thursday- June 13

Friday-

 June 14

Morning Exams:

9:00-11:00

Period 1

Period 2

Period 3

Period 4

Period 5

+ Supplemental Exams

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Students must be in the appropriate exam rooms 10 minutes prior to the scheduled start. Return any textbooks to the teacher at that time

  • Exams are written in the same room that the subject is taught unless otherwise stated.

  • Only bring the materials you need to the exam room. Book bags, coats, etc. are to be stored in your locker

  • An announcement will start and finish the exam. Students are permitted to leave one hour after the exam starts and must leave the area where exams are written.

  • A parent or legal guardian must call the main office prior to an exam beginning if a student is ill. A doctor’s note may be required for a re-write.

  • Courses that assess through interviews or portfolio exams will be scheduled by the subject teacher during exam week and at the teachers discretion

May 17
Graduation Survival Information

Grad Letter - May can be found in the documents section

May 17
New Grade 9 Quebec Trip Information

​New Grade 9 Quebec Trip information has been added in the documents section

May 13
Quebec Trip Meeting

​There will be a Quebec Trip meeting, for parents and guardians, at 6pm on Thursday, May 16th

April 23
April 26th - SUSTAINA-PALOOZA presents REd Talks 2019
April 18
STUDENT LOAN INFORMATION SESSION

Student Financial Assistance Presentation

 

  • When do you apply?

  • How do you apply?

  • What information is needed to apply?

  • What is taken into account when determining how much of a loan you are provided?

  • What are the factors around re-paying student loans?

  • What kind of student grants and programs are available in addition to student loans?

 

To have these and many other questions answered please join us for a presentation from:

Ms. Schelly MacKinnon

Student Financial Services Educational Liaison Officer

Department of Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour

 

Date: May 9, 2019

Time: 6:30PM (until approximately 7:30PM)

Location: Bernice MacNaughton High School Theatre

 

April 17
Jostens Class Jewelry

Our Jostens rep will be at RHS this Thursday, April 18th from 12:23pm- 1:23pm to take grad jewelry orders. He is offering a 1 day $25.00 off in-school promotion for all orders. However, if your grad is able to design their piece of grad jewelry online at Jostens.com and print off the order form or save it on their phone, they will receive an additional $20 off the on-line price! That is a total of $45.00 in savings off the on-line order price!! If you do not order through our Jostens rep on this day, on-line will be the only option moving forward.

 See below for ordering insructions:

RHS Graduating Class of 2019,

Jostens Atlantic invites you to handcraft your very own piece of graduation jewelry at Jostens.com in just 6 easy steps and as little as 3 minutes of your time, after all, we are all about helping you celebrate moments that matter!

We recognize that a class ring is a profound school tradition and symbol of personal growth as you enter into the next stage of your life, while commemorating the achievements that brought you to this very moment.

With our jewelry designs ranging from the fresh and modern to the timeless and traditional, Jostens Atlantic offers a wide variety of styles and customization to tell your story while complementing your unique style and interests.

Let your class jewelry embody the memories you made on your high school journey to shape who you are and who you aspire to become! #JATL

Step 1- Visit www.jostens.com and select your High School

Step 2- Select ‘Class Jewelry’ and scroll through or use the ‘sort by’ option to find the collection that suits you best!

Step 3- Begin designing your masterpiece in as few as 12 ‘clicks’, it is that easy!

Step 4- Choose the ‘Buy in School’ option (on the right) to create your order form

Step 5- ‘View’ your order form, ‘Save’ and ‘Print’ your design/order form and bring it to your ring day Thursday, April 18th during lunch hour (12:23pm- 1:23pm) to save $20.00 off the online price

Step 6- See your friendly neighborhood Jostens rep at RHS for an in-school order promotion and save an additional $25.00 off your grad ring

Congratulations, and thank you for choosing Jostens!

Best,

Jordan Lorette| Scholastic Sales, Jostens Atlantic

Class Jewelry & Apparel Specialist| Graduation Cap & Gown| Diploma Certificate & Cover

Corporate Celebration| Championship Rings Cell: 506-461-6569| Toll Free Sales Support: 1-844-750-9050 Email: jordan.lorette@jostens.com

March 15
The Sound of Music

RHS Drama proudly presents the Sound of Music.

Show dates and times are:

 April 25, 26, 27 at 7:00pm   

 April 27th & 28 at 2:00pm

Tickets sales begin on March 22 and will be $12 each.

They will be available at the RHS Main Office, Jean Coutu (Riverview), Point Park Petro Canada and will also be available at the door.

 

 

 

March 13
Grad Assembly March 29

​There will be a Grad Assembly during Advisory (8:30am to 9:12am) on Friday March 29, 2019

March 11
Citrus Order Pick UP

The citrus orders will be available for pick up Friday, March 15 from 4:00pm to 5:00pm and Saturday, March 16 from 10:30am to 1:00pm

February 21
Video Link of Course Selection Meeting for Parents

Video of RHS Parent Course Selection Information Meeting February 20, 2019

Click on Link Below:

https://youtu.be/wnRXTUCnxws
February 12
Friends of the Royals Silent Auction

On behalf of the Friends of the Royals, we are reaching out for support for Riverview High School. We are hosting our second annual “Friends of the Royals Silent Auction.” The Friends of the Royals committee is a group of parents interested in raising money to support curricular and extra-curricular activities at Riverview High School. The silent auction will feature prizes donated from local businesses and people with all raised funds being distributed through our parent committee.

 

 We are looking for donations to be part of our Friends of the Royals silent auction to be held March 29, 2019 at Five Bridges Bar and Grill starting at 7:00p.m. This is the second venture by our group and we are hoping to have a great turnout to support our high school. Tickets are available can be purchased for $30.00 and are available on line @ www.eventbrite.ca / Friends of the Royals Benefit.

 

 It is our goal to raise and allocate funds for Riverview High School students of sporting, cultural and academic events. Prizes can be dropped off at the main office of Riverview High School or you can call the school (856-3470) to arrange for pick-up. Donations over $50.00 in value are eligible, upon request, to receive an official income tax receipt.

 

Thank you for your consideration,

 

Friends of the Royals Committee

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact

Liz MacLaughlan- Teacher

 856-3470 / maclaela@nbed.nb.ca

February 12
Grad Clothing

​Grad Clothing will be on sale at lunch 12:30pm to 1:00pm in room 2117 until February 21st. Payment is due with your order.  Order forms are available in room 2117 and in the office.

February 06
RHS Clothing

​The Royalty Shop will be open Feb 8, during lunch,from 12:23 to 1:23, for clothing sales.

Please see the Facebook page for details and pricing.

February 06
Food Delivery Orders NOT Permitted

Please make it known to your students that Food Delivery Orders cannot be delivered to the school between the hours of 8:30am and 3:30pm.   Chartwells has an exclusive contract for food service with our school and we must honour that agreement.

February 04
February 4th Lockdown Update

Hello Royals,

At approximately 12:15pm, the school received a phone call from a concerned citizen which prompted administration to call the RCMP. The school was immediately placed into its Lockdown Protocol by Principal Gary Wilson. The RCMP arrived quickly and responded to the information the school received. At 1:01pm,  administration was given permission, by the RCMP, to end the lockdown and students went to lunch. Classes will run on the normal schedule this afternoon.

January 30
Semester 2

Thursday, January 31 is the first day for semester 2 at RHS. There will be Advisory for students both Thursday & Friday this week. Students are expected to be in their advisory class at 8:30am. Schedules will be handed out to students at that time. Course changes and any blanks on the schedules will be handled throughout the next two days. Students are required to follow the directions given to them by their advisory teacher and to listen to the announcements.

January 24
January 24th

​School will be open until 1pm today, January 24th, for any students who would like to come in to pick up any mterials needed for exams on Friday or Monday.

See school calendar for revised exam schdule.

January 10
RHS Citrus Sale

​RHS is having a Citrus Sale fundraiser! 

You can order USA Navel Oranges, USA Red Grapefruit, USA Tangelos, Lemons and Limes through School Cash Online.  https://district2.schoolcashonline.com/Fee/Index​

Order deadline is January 23, 2019.

Pick up will be February 2, 2019,  10:30am - 2:00pm at the 4th door RHS bus loading zone.

The funds raised will be used to help RHS Outdoor Education.

 

November 22
Deadline for Yearbook Grad Pictures----Feb 22/2019

​The deadline for the graduation pictures to be submitted for the yearbook is February 22, 2019

October 09
Grade 9 Quebec Trip

​A Power Point for the Quebec Trip has been added. 

You can find the Power Point under Documents in the Grade 9 Trip folder.

September 25
Grade 9 Quebec Trip

Dear Parent or guardians,

 It has been a long tradition here at Riverview High School where grade 9 students participate in an educational and cultural trip to Quebec City. It is my pleasure to announce the upcoming trip which will be held in May 2019. 

 

During this extremely fun and engaging 4 days, students will visit the Quebec aquarium as well as having the opportunity to experience a ghost tour of Quebec City. They will also participate in the making of an Indigenous necklace while spending some time at the traditional Huron-Wendat Village Onhoüa Cheteke. For some, the highlight of their trip may be the ½ day spent at the indoor water park in Valcartier or the visit to Montmonrency Falls.  

Learn more about those activities, and the ones that were not highlighted in this message. Receive a detailed itinerary and enrollment forms on October 4th at 6:30 in the theater of  Riverview High School.

If you have any questions, please do not call the school but email me at chantal.fader@nbed.nb.ca

 

 

April 20
JOSTENS Grad Rings Sale

… a SALE!!

Till June 1st, any students ordering their Grad ring online (www.jostens.com) can use the promo code CANADA40 and get $40 off their Grad ring purchase.

February 20
New QUICKLINKS

Please see under Quicklinks 2 new items - Course Selection Presentations and a Scholarship website for grade 12 students.​

February 09
NEW EXEMPTION POLICY

RHS Behavior/Attendance Exemption

 Students who are serious about their studies and committed to attending school will have the opportunity to apply to exempt 1 exam in June 2018. In order to qualify, students must meet the following criteria:

1.            Students must have 5 or fewer absences (excused or unexcused) in the class that they are requesting to exempt.

2.            Students can only exempt a course that has a final exam and all essential work and assignments must be complete in that course and passed in on time.

3.            As the policy relates to behavior, the subject teacher will have the final say in granting any exemption. Factors that will influence this decision include attendance, punctuality and deportment.

4.            As the policy relates to attendance, there are no exceptions to the 5 day rule. Students who qualify for an exemption in a class (5 or less absences), but have 10 or more absences in another class will have to apply to administration to qualify for an exemption. Exemptions in these cases will only be granted if accompanied by documented excuse. A student is automatically ineligible if they reach 15 days in any class.

5.            Some courses will require a final exam in order to access the extensions of that course. Therefore, a teacher has the discretion to require students write a final exam

6.            Students who serve an out of school suspension are disqualified from the exemption policy

September 29
Schoolcash Registration

​To register for your Schoolcash account please see under "documents"

 

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