Riverside Speech & Debate Team Wins First Place at Team's First Tournament of the Season
Riverside Speech & Debate team hosted the Carolina Kickoff Tournament, Saturday, September 27th. This marked the first tournament of the season for South Carolina teams. Riverside students did not compete but served. Teams from South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia & even Ohio attended.
Riverside students' turn to compete came the very next Saturday, October 4th at the Twelfth North Mecklenburg Jimmy K. Poole Viking Classic. Riverside's team of 46 students (mostly novices) plus coaches, alumni & judges traveled to North Carolina. The team won first place in Sweepstakes, that's 1st place out of the 38 schools who participated. Individual student results are listed below.
First Place Winners:
Stephanie Hong, 1st in Dramatic Interpretation
Maggi Whiston, 1st in Radio
Shelby Peek, 1st in Origional Oratory
Second Place Winners:
Kyrah Brown, 2nd in Storytelling
Jordan Childs, 2nd in Novice Extemporaneous
Sooruj Bhatia, 2nd in Novice Reading
Shelby Peek, 2nd in Expository
Allison Watts, 2nd in Novice Dramatic Interpretation
Third Place Winners:
Stephanie Hong and Carol Lee, 3rd in Duo Interpretation
Elizabeth Hall, 3rd in Novice Reading
Unshu Biyani, 3rd in Impromptu
Leo Branciforte, 3rd in Novice Humorous Interpretation
Fourth Place Winners:
Carol Lee, 4th in Humorous Interpretation
Faith Ingle, 4th in Storytelling
Ashley Marler, 4th in Lincoln Douglas
Kelly Wang, 4th in Novice Congress Chamber 2
Fifth Place Winners:
Matt Harrington, 5th in Original Oratory
Devin Remley and Monique Louw, 5th in Duo Interpretation
Addison Cox, 5th in Novice Reading
Sixth Place Winners:
Unshu Biyani, 6th in Extemporaneous
Matt Harrington, 6th in Humorous Interpretation
Cailey Campbell, 6th in Novice Reading
Sarai Dai, 6th in Varsity Congress Chamber 2
Stephen Chen, 10th in Lincoln Douglas
- Follow the link to print and review the information and forms for entry and rules. On the SCPTA site, please read the rules for your category located in Appendix E and submit your project along with a completed student entry form and consent form if applicable
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Admission Unveiled Presentation for Students & Families
Admission Unveiled: Understanding Selective College Admission & Scholarship Programs will educate high school students & families on how to be competitive for selective college admission & scholarships, participating in summer enrichment programs, presenting talents & passions during the application process and understanding the importance of academic performance & extracurricular involvement. This workshop will be held on Thursday, November 6th from 6:00 to 8:00pm at the Kroc Center (424 Westfield Street, Greenville, SC).
Warriors of the Month (October)
Congratulations to the following Freshman named Warriors of the Month for October. These outstanding students were nominated by their teachers for showing true Warrior Spirit in and outside the classroom. They will be honored with a special lunch and also receive a certificate.
Connor Alexander, Louise Averitt, Grant Bishop, Dawson Brackett, Madeline Bynum, Will Cotterman, Cora Croxford, Lydia Ebel, Meghana Epari, Ashley Flucker, Ja'Tyius Grady, John Harris, Sebastian Hole, Alex Jones, Caleb Leaphart, Robert Mazzitelli, Vivian Medina, Madeline Reilly, Kaleb Small, Tanner Soug, Kyla Wagner, Ethan Waldo, and Ryleigh Watson.
Congratulations to the 2014 Homecoming Court!
Homecoming Court! Freshmen - Sophia Greco, Gabrielle Mylander,MashantaSimmons; Sophomores - Sydney Aardema, Catherine Ambrose, Jo Penninger, Tiffany Simmons; Juniors - Reagan Bell, Abigail Stageberg, Logan Young; Seniors -AnalisBailey,Diamon Geer, Kylie Rock, Erin Rose-Innes, ErinWoods
Sweet Home Carolina
The 2014 Homecoming Dance will be held on Saturday, October 25th from 7:30-11:30pm at Greer City Hall. Tickets are $15 each and will be sold during all lunch shifts Tuesday (10/21) through Friday (10/24). Tickets will NOT be sold at the door. Only currently enrolled Riverside students will be allowed to attend this semiformal dance.
The Cross Country Team
was named the New Balance Disney Classic CC Team of the Meet. The Girls finished 2nd in the Elite Division. The boys varsity finished 2nd, the girls JV finished 2nd and the Boys JV WON! Kyle Mook-3rd (B Var), Will Kennedy-3rd (B JV), Natalie Williams-3rd (G JV) all took home top 3 finishes.
to the Boys and Girls Swim Teams on their REPEAT STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS!!!! The boys had 363 points while the girls had 419 points! GREAT JOB WARRIOR SWIMMERS!
Bonds Career Center Fall Festival and Bonfire
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RHS Ranks #7 in SC for SAT scores, exceeds National Average