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October 15
Presentation-- Understanding Youth and Cannabis

​Dr. Joanna Henderson, Executive Director of Youth Wellness Hubs Ontario, will be giving a presentation titled Understanding Youth and Cannabis on October 17, 2018 at the Riverview High School Auditorium from 6:30pm to 7:30pm

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

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

February 09

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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