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Important Notice

COVID-19 UPDATE (March 15, 2020)
All Rivendell Schools will be closed starting March 15, 2020 for the remainder of the school year
Please check our new section COVID-19 Information on the website

Annual District Meeting 
The Rivendell Interstate School District Annual Meeting scheduled for Tuesday, March 17, 2020
at Rivendell Academy has been POSTPONED (tentative date May 5, 2020).

Greetings from Gail

February 7, 2014sme02072014

Where did January go? Many school eventsmoccur during the second half of the year. Yesterday the teachers and I mapped out the events. I would like to share some of these events and a short explanation for those of you who are new to Samuel Morey.

  • February 21st— Winter Carnival—Activities outside for the whole school. This year we have an Olympic theme with each group representing a different country.
  • April 2nd—5th/6th grade Musical Review—The fifth and sixth graders will perform in a musical review showcasing individual and small group performances involving dance, music and other special talents. This is the first year for this special event.
  • April 9th—K-4 Spring Concert—The K-4 students will have a special concert this year. This is first year for this musical event!
  • May 22nd—EXPO—Expo is Rivendell tradition that showcases student work for all students, prek-12. This takes place at Rivendell Academy with lots to see. Many student groups perform and there are many interesting displays. You can get a good look at learning Prek-12 at this event.
  • May 30th—Jobs on the Move—Ann O'Hearn coordinates jobs around a theme such as Jobs on the Farm, Jobs in the Water, Jobs with wood, etc. The purpose of this event is to show students careers in different areas in our community.
  • June 13th—Field Day—Mr. Acquilano plans fun activities outside for the whole school. This event signifies the eventual end of the school year.
  • June 17th—6th Grade Graduation—This date is subject to change if we have more snow days.

Did You Know?

RIF or Reading is Fundamental is an organization that motivates children to read by allowing them to choose a free book. They believe that the power of choice is important in motivating students to read. The CSO funds this program for our two elementary schools. On February 11th, Sarah Molesworth will coordinate a RIF day for our students. Each student will choose a free book. Please ask your child about the free book they chose.
Happy Reading!!

February 7, 2014 Newsletter