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Classroom Assignments will be posted on Tuesday, August 16, after 4:30pm. SCHOOL BEGINS ON WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17!!!  Reminder: Every Wednesday is a Modified Day, which means early dismissal for all students.  TK and Kindergarten dismiss at 12:00, grades 1-5 dismiss at 12:30. Please visit our Facebook Page: Rivera Elementary, our Instagram Page: riveraelementary and our Twitter Page: RiveraERUSD  

Gold Ribbon Award Winning Staff

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Future Dons!

CA DOE Gold Ribbon School Title I Academic Achievement Award

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Upcoming Events

Harvest Festival
Date: 10/21/2016, 4 PM 7 PM
Location: School Blacktop
Kindergarten Book Bag Event
Date: 10/25/2016, 8:45 AM 9:45 AM
Location: Cafeteria
Spooky Grams for sale
Date: 10/25/2016, 10 AM 11 AM
College T-Shirt Day
Date: 10/26/2016
Modified Day
Date: 10/26/2016
Location: TK and Kindergarten release at 12:00 1st - 5th Grade at 12:30

News & Announcements

2016 - 2017 Back to School Information

It is almost time to get our school year started. Parents, please take a moment to find your child's grade level link and read the Welcome Back letter. There is a lot of important information in the letter, including: supply list, bell schedule, and uniform standards. Thank you!

School Calendar for 2016-17

The school calendar for the 2016-2017 school year has been released.
Please go to the link below to view and/or print this document.

Rivera Elementary Receives Coveted Gold Ribbon Award

Rivera Elementary has received notification that they are a California Department of Education 2016 Gold Ribbon award recipient.

The Gold Ribbon Award is temporarily replacing the California Distinguished School recognition while the state accountability system is in transition. The Gold Ribbon Award recognizes school’s that have developed a signature practice, which has propelled their work in advancing the new Common Core State Standards. The focus for Rivera Elementary was their work in implementing Accelerated Reader and increasing literacy achievement across grades.

Typically, once an application is received a site validation visit follows. However, given the significant data provided and the many exemplars Rivera Elementary was able to articulate in their application, the California Department of Education has decided a site validation visit was not needed.

Congratulations Mr. Sermeno and the Rivera Elementary team for the continuous efforts and commitment to building a "high expectations for all" school culture and enhancing student learning.

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