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River View Jr. High Upcoming Events

| December 14, 2012

WARSAW – There are a lot of exciting events happening at River View Junior High School. The student council donated a Christmas tree to the Warther’s Christmas Tree Festival in Dover, OH. The tree sold for $400 with all proceeds benefiting the Union Hospital Auxiliary in Dover.

Before Thanksgiving, the students in the self-contained class worked together to make a Thanksgiving dinner.

The math department is seeking new and innovative ways to help all students grow this year. The language arts department has been helping students develop a love for reading. The science department has begun the process of helping students work through creating a science fair project. This is a long and challenging process, but so meaningful for the students. The social studies department has been working hard to making learning about the past fun and enjoyable topics for all students. The music department has been working hard to help students learn music to share the holiday spirit.

Every other Friday, members of the staff head up various clubs throughout the building. Students can participate in the Food Club, Video Game Club, Community Service Club, and many others.

If the opportunity arises, take a few moments to stop by the junior high or see the kids at one of the locations when they ring the bells for the Salvation Army.

Here are some upcoming events at the Junior High:

Dec. 14: The RVJH student council is Christmas Caroling through the streets of Coshocton.

Dec. 15: RVJH student council will be ringing the kettle bell for the Salvation Army from 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. at Walgreen’s in Coshocton.

Dec. 19: Handbell Choir trip to Kindred (Coshocton Rehab) and Windsorwood to perform. The music students will also be at Buehler’s that day ringing bells for the Salvation Army.

Dec. 20: The RVJH Choirs take a trip to Colony Square Mall.

For more activities at the River View Junior High, see their website at www.river-view.k12.oh.us.

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