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February 28
Riverview Youth Survey on Climate
January 10
Sunday, January 12 -CANCELLED Activities

Hi Everyone,

  All practices and extracurricular activities that may have been scheduled for Sunday are now cancelled.  Thank you. ​

November 01
Grade 9 Quebec Trip

​There will be a Grade 9 Quebec Trip meeting for parents on November 5th in the theater at 6:30pm. Parents are asked to bring completed forms which can be found under Documents on​ the RHS website. This is an educational and cultural trip they will not forget. Hope to see you there. If you have any questions please email marie-josee.poitras@nbed.nb.ca

October 07
Atlantic Association of Registrars and Admissions Officers, AARAO 2019 Monbcton Tour

​The AARAO (Atlantic Association of Registrars and Admissions Officers) will be at the coliseum this evening, Monday, October 7th from 6-8pm. Please review the two newsletters entitled Student Resource Guide AARAO 2019 & Moncton Days 2019 Participants for details.

September 25
Royal Capstone Program Launch

Do you know a grade 12, 11, or 10 student who wants the opportunity to learn and demonstrate growth in an area of interest as they work in small teams or independently to further develop their ability to self-direct their learning and work? This semester RHS is offering the Royal Capstone Program, a new initiative that has students tapping into their interest, motivations, and passions to learn deeply about a topic, while developing their ability to work independently, give back to the community, communicate and collaborate with others, and creatively problem-solve in sustainable ways.

Students will undertake project management including project identification and proposal, meeting with mentors, planning and scheduling, researching and development, reflection, reporting, publishing, creating, and presenting. Students may choose a topic that extends the curriculum of a course or one that combines different disciplines. The topic, while personally relevant, will also have implications beyond the student to the school community.

The Royal Capstone Program will provide learners with a challenging and engaging experience that will help them develop the skills, knowledge, and attitudes to be successful in an increasingly complex and unpredictable world. For more information, please review the program description and application form on the Documents section of our school web site. https://secure1.nbed.nb.ca/sites/ASD-E/schools/rhsroyals/School%20Documents/Royal%20Capstone%20Program%20-%20Description%20and%20Application.pdf

Application forms can also be picked up from and returned to the school’s office or Ms. Lamey. Please contact Ms. Lamey (laura.lamey@nbed.nb.ca) or Mr. Reath (jason.reath@nbed.nb.ca) for more information.

September 17
Student Voices Kicks-Off

​This year we are planning for regular student voices meetings in which our Royals share their ideas, opinions, and input to celebrate our great school community and help us make it even better. These are also opportunities for our students to tell us about themselves, their future, and how we can help them. Participants are a mix of randomly selected students and some recommended by their teachers.

A big thank you to our 16 Royals who joined us yesterday for our first student voices meeting. We look forward to using your input to make this great school community even better!!

September 15
Meet the Teacher, School Photos, and Grad Photos

Thank you to everyone who has already paid your Royal’s fees and completed their school forms. If you haven’t had a chance to do so yet, you can easily pay school fees and complete forms using the School Cash Online web site. https://angloeast.schoolcashonline.com/Home/SignIn

On Wednesday evening, September 18th, we will host our Meet the Teacher event beginning at 6:00PM. We will begin in the theatre with a welcome and a few door prizes that will help you show-off your Royal pride. You will then follow your Royal’s schedule to meet their teachers. Please ask your child for their schedule as it will make it easier to find the correct classrooms. We will hold our Parent School Support Committee elections following Meet the Teacher at 7:30PM in the theatre.

Friday, September 27th is our picture day. All students need to have their photo taken so they can receive a student identification card which is necessary to attend certain RHS events.

Graduation photos are scheduled for October 7th, 8th, 9th, and 10th. Students will be able to sign-up at the school office for appointments the week before.
September 12
Graduating Class Executive Applications

​Applications for the graduating class executive are now available in the office and online on our school web site under the Documents section. Completed applications are due to the office by 3:45PM, Monday, September 16th.

September 08
Storm Update

​Good Afternoon,

We hope everyone is safe after the storm we had yesterday and last night. Currently Riverview High School and a large number of our students and staff are without power. We do not have any estimates on when power will be restored but hope it will be soon. We will provide an update by 8:00PM this evening on our school web site, Facebook, and via our School Messenger program for talkmail and email.

Given the disruptions people are dealing with, we are altering our schedule for this week slightly. We had intended to kick-off Welcome Week for all of our students and staff tomorrow with a school-wide assembly. Where it’s possible that people will not have power restored until tomorrow, we are going to delay our assembly until Tuesday.

Assuming that power is restored to the school so we are operating as usual tomorrow, the school will be open at 7:30AM for any students needing a shower or a place to recharge a device. As well, we will begin serving a warm pancake breakfast for any interested students and staff at 8:15AM in the Royal Reach / breakfast room. Otherwise Monday will be a normal school day.

Take care and stay safe.

Jason Reath

September 01
Start-Up Information for Students

Start-Up Information for Grade 9 Students

Here are some important announcements regarding our first days of school.

We want to welcome our newest Royals to RHS. We look forward to their arrival on Tuesday, September 3rd as this will be the first day of school for our grade 9s.  This is a day for them as our Royals in grades 10, 11, and 12 will begin classes on Wednesday, September 4th.

The official start time is 8:30 AM. At this time the students will go into the school theatre.  Prior to that, from 8:00 - 8:30, the students are welcome to come to the school and hang out with their friends and meet staff in our mall area.

Lunch will be provided by the RHS Student Government.  We will have pizza, fruit and water for them.

Please note that the bus routes can be obtained through our district website by clicking on the School & Bus Locator button.

All students will be dismissed at 3:30 PM for the day.

We look forward to meeting our newest Royals on Tuesday!


Start-Up Information for Grades 10, 11, and 12 Students


Good afternoon parents and guardians of our grade 10, 11, and 12 students at RHS.  Here are some important announcements regarding our first days of school.


We want to first let you know that you can review this information on our school web site located at rhsroyals.nbed.nb.ca


As these last days of summer come to a close, we want to welcome back our Royals as we look forward to their arrival and the start of another school year.


We want to let you know that Wednesday, September 4th is the first day of school for our students in grades 10, 11, and 12.  Tuesday, September 3rd is a day reserved only for our grade 9 students and visiting international students.


Upon their arrival on Wednesday, students must locate their advisory room number using the printed posters outside the office and cafeteria. We will begin the day at 8:30 AM with students going to advisory so that they can be issued their schedule of classes for the day. Students must follow this schedule.


Our goal for our first days of school will be to help students settle in quickly to the academic year.


With our efforts in providing schedules last school year, we are confident that most students will have complete and accurate schedules. If a student does not have a complete schedule, he or she must report to the guidance office to meet with a guidance counsellor or administrator during the period in which he or she is not currently scheduled for any class. This is so we can complete schedules as soon as possible.


Students are also permitted to request a course change using the form that is available from their advisor. All course change request forms are due by 4:00 PM on Friday, September 6th. Our aim is to review all requests by the end of the day on Monday, September 9th. Additional information is available on the course change request form. Please note: we will not be available to meet to complete any course schedule changes prior to Wednesday, September 4th.

Please note that the bus routes can be obtained through our district website by clicking on the School & Bus Locator button.

We also want to let you know that many extracurricular teams and activities are beginning with try-outs during our first day with students on Wednesday. Some have already begun. Please ensure your son or daughter checks the school web site and our Facebook page for up to date information on these try-outs.

We also ask that you regularly check the school web site and Facebook page for other important updates and information. We hope you find this information useful and timely.

We look forward to what we hope will be another great school year.



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