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Field Day at Riverbend

Our Kindergarten through 8th grade field day was a special day, in which each student showed great spirit and rose to the occasion. Each team began their journey together by gathering in a classroom were they familiarized with one another and  decorated their team "swag" while coming up with creative cheers. The students were then challenged by ra

Elementary Descriptive Poetry

"Poetry can take various forms but always expresses a message in a unique way, often with rhythm or rhyme. However, some of the most intensely expressive poetry is highly descriptive and uses language that creates images and feelings beyond that of other literary work. Descriptive poetry, unlike narrative poetry, is known not necessarily for te

Earth-Day Weekend Adventures

Nature inspires Riverbend Children House Teachers

What better way to spend Earth-Day weekend than at this year’s In-Bloom Nature Conference sponsored by Antioch University! Riverbend teachers: Emily Wasser, Dawn Gunn, Heather Vinci, Shannon Farrington, Janey Fryer, and Shawnnee Miranda attended this conference in Kittery, ME where th

Academic Fair

Academic Fair Article

Written by Grade 5 Students: Sophie and Katie "Students, teachers, and parents all enjoy the annual Academic or Science Fair at Riverbend School. Academic Fair is a very exciting time of the year. Students

Cricket on Campus

Yesterday the Riverbend Cricket Club received some excellent tips from Donald Crawshaw, a native South African cricket player. Donald has been playing cricket since he was a boy and shared with our team many stories about his up brining in South Africa and how influential cricket is there. He also taught the students terms of the game and their ori