News & Notes
to the Riverside High School Speech and Debate Team for winning the Queen City Tournament at Charlotte Catholic High School in Pineville, NC, on October 22nd. Riverside beat out 30 schools from four states. Individual event champions include Shalyn Drakeford in Novice Reading, Andrei Robu in Expository Speaking, and Allie Watts in Informative Speaking.
A complete list of Riverside winners follows:
Sonalika Karpe, 3rd place in Congressional Debate, Novice
Abby Hickey, 4th place in Congressional Debate, Novice
Daniella Diaz, 6th place in Dramatic Interpretation
Cindy Li and Matt Thomas, 3rd place in Duo Interpretation
Andrei Robu, 1st in Expository Speaking
Ian Chiu, 2nd in Expository Speaking
Sooruj Bhatia, 3rd in Expository Speaking
Matt Thomas, 4th in Expository Speaking
Rachel Harrington, 4th place in Declamation
Sooruj Bhatia, 4th place in Humorous Interpretation
Emma Simonis, 6th place in Humorous Interpretation
Allie Watts, 1st place in Informative Speaking
Devin Remley, 2nd place Informative Speaking
Julia Murray, 6th place in Lincoln Douglas Debate, Varsity
Arhum Kouser, 2nd place in Lincoln Douglas Debate, Novice
Brooke Reid, 3rd place in Lincoln Douglas Debate, Novice
Shalyn Drakeford, 1st place in Novice Reading
Shantal Gomez, 2nd place in Novice Reading
Bobby Matthews, 3rd place in Novice Reading
Shreya Tellur, 5th place in Novice Reading
Payton Frappier, 6th place in Novice Reading
Devin Remley, 4th place in Original Oratory
Michael Gallagher, 5th place in Original Oratory
Manu Budidi, 2nd place in Program Oral Interpretation
Neil Gamopadhye and Nicole Patterson, 3rd place in Public Forum Debate, Varsity
Pratamesh Ramasubramanian and Josh Woo, 4th place in Public Forum Debate, Varsity
Warriors of the Month - October
Congratulations to the following freshman named Warriors of the Month! These outstanding students were nominated by their classroom teachers for showing "True Warrior Spirit" in and outside of the classroom. There will be a luncheon whereby they will be honored by the Administration and Staff.
Dhruvi Amin, Megan Benton, Julia Berman, Gabrielle Cantarella, Sterling Clauter, Katelyn Culpepper, Alex Cummings, Christine Desmangles, Colin Disney, Payton Frappier, Ellie Frazier, Joshua Hutson, Zane Joudeh, Kwame Lartey, Sara Lovegrove, James Qu, Kaleigh Stefanich, Derihje Sullivan, Rin Uesugi and Josiah Wright.
J. Harley Bonds Career Center Showcase
On October 25, 2016 between 4 p.m. and 7 p.m., Bonds Career Center will host all parents of current students, any interested students and their parents from feeder high schools, and community members. The current Bonds students will be showcasing their accomplishments and demonstrating what they are learning. Stop by Bonds to see what the excitement is all about! Click HERE for more information!
1st Annual Riverside High School Holiday Market
Saturday, November 19, 9:00am - 1:00pm 794 Hammett Bridge Rd, Greer SC 29650 ....more
There is a new program available to parents who would like to learn English and become more involved in their child’s academic achievement. The program is free to parents and is on a first come first serve basis. Rosetta Stone® Community Solution for K-12 is a program available to the parents of our English Language Learners. This program will provide the parents of our English Language Learners with an opportunity to learn and develop their English Language skills. It will also enable parents to increase their engagement in their child’s school and contribute to improving their child’s educational achievement. The online lessons from Rosetta Stone® Community Solution for K-12 allow parents to use this program at home, work, on their phone, or anywhere they have access to the internet.
If you would like to have access to this program, please contact your child’s ESOL teacher Carla Janosky. The ESOL teacher will be able to provide you with a code to access the program and share general log-in instructions. For more information please go to this link https://www.greenville.k12.sc.us/Parents/page.asp?titleid=rosetta
Welcome to the Reservation
"A big WARRIOR WELCOME to Riverside High School on behalf of our students, staff, and parents! High school can be a large adjustment for all. We hope this guide helps each family make the transition as smooth as possible. Never hesitate to contact us with questions. We hope you have a great year on The Reservation!" Click here to review the Student Survival Guide.
Riverside firmly believes in molding well-rounded students, which includes opportunities for activity and personal growth outside the classroom. We hope all students, parents, faculty, alumni, and friends can use the following information to become involved on The Reservation. Click here to find a list of activities, groups, and events with brief group information, contacts, and a primary place for you to look for updates