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Riverside Elementary
Riverside Elementary
Principal: Staci Lutz
3260 Riverside Green Dr.
Dublin, OH 43017
Phone: 614-764-5940
Fax: 614-764-5987

Riverside News
5th Grade Music Program - Thursday, November 10th
Please plan to attend our 5th Grade music program on Thursday, November 10th at 6:30.  We will be singing patriotic music along with sharing stories about our loved ones experiences while serving our country.  Please bring your family and Veterans so we may thank them for their service.  
Multicultural Day - Friday, November 18th
Riverside will celebrating Multicultural Day on Friday, November 18th.  Watch for flyers to come home about sign-ups for food, and the fashion show.  The fashion show allows students to wear traditional clothing from their cultural heritage.  The fashion show will start at 9:45 AM in the gym.  If you are interested doing a parent presentation and sharing more about your culture (craft, song, story, etc) please contact your child's classroom teacher. We are excited to have Anthony Gibbs presenting a historical impression about the underground railroad.  Come and see Anthony's performance at 2:00 PM. We are looking forward to celebrating the many cultures and languages at Riverside.  
Have you created your Parent Progressbook account?
If you have NOT created your Parent Progressbook account please stop in the office during conference night. We want to assist you with this process. To view your students grades you will need to access your Parent Progress book account. Paper copies of grades will not be distributed this year.
Thank you and we are looking forward to assisting you during conference night on Oct. 12 & Oct. 20th from 4:00-7:00 in the office.  
@RiversideELL - Follow ELL on Twitter
Would you like to learn more about how to help your child succeed in school?  Tips on asking about what they're reading or how to improve their writing?  Please follow Riverside's ELL program, now on Twitter.  We will give updates on what we are learning in class and upcoming events and news.  It's a great new way to stay connected with your child's ELL teacher 
We Love Reading

Parents often ask how they can help their children learn to read; and it’s no wonder that they’re interested in this essential skill. Reading plays an important role in later school and life success. Make reading a part of your daily life, and kids will learn to love it. Set aside some time when everyone turns off the TV and the web and does nothing but read. Make it fun, too. When your child finishes reading a book that had been made into a film, make popcorn and watch the movie together. The point is to make reading a regular enjoyable part of your family routine.

Read below to find some easy and fun ways to instill a love of literacy for your child.

  • Read out loud to your kids at any age! Reading to kids exposes them to richer vocabulary than they usually hear from the adults and kids who speak to them, and can have positive impacts on their language later literacy achievement.

  • Have them tell You a story. One great way is to have them recount an experience or make up a story. They may choose then to write it down or make an illustration about it.

  • Listen to your child read. When your child brings books home from school, have them read to you. If it doesn’t sound good (mistakes, choppy reading), have them read it again. Or read it to them, and then have them try to read it themselves. Studies show that this kind of repeated oral reading makes students better readers.

  • Ask Questions. When your child reads, get her to retell the story or information. If it’s a story, ask who it was about and what happened. If it’s an informational text, have your child explain what it was about and how it worked, or what its parts were. Reading involves not just sounding out words, but thinking about and remembering ideas and events. Improving reading comprehension skills early will prepare them for subsequent success in more difficult texts.

Safety is our #1 Goal at Riverside

We are pleased to announce that our new entrance is ready for the first day of school! There will be a new route and new procedures for drop off and pick up to ensure our students are safe and that our process is efficient for parents.

Please keep the following in mind when you are coming to pick your child up at the end of the day.

  • Always stay in your car

  • Turn right at the RES entrance and follow the posted signs and painted arrows

  • Watch for children, stay in line and drive slowly

  • Staff will be present to direct traffic

  • Drop off children between 8:50 - 9:00 a.m.

  • Pick up children at 3:40 p.m.

  • After 9:05 a.m., park on the north side of the building in a parking space, walk your child into the school office and sign them in.

  • Park only in marked parking spaces (there are no parking spaces in the front of the school)

  • Your child needs to exit and enter the car from the right side

  • Keep all children safe. Texting & phone calls can wait

Contact Us
Riverside Elementary 
Principal: Staci Lutz
3260 Riverside Green Dr.
Dublin, OH 43017
Phone: 614-764-5940
Fax: 614-764-5987 
District Office:
7030 Coffman Road
Dublin, Ohio 43017
P 614-764-5913
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