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School Supply Drive

School Supply Drive

Head over to Tootsweets Cupcakery from July 23 to August 10 and receive 1 free mini cupcake in exchange for any new, unopened school supply. It's the School Supply Drive. The cupcakes are limited to one per person, per visit, per day. the store is opened from 9 - 5.

Get a head start on school supplies!

Get a head start on school supplies!

SEARCY, Ark. (KTHV) Tired of fighting the crowds last minute for school supplies? Don't miss Rhea Lana's Children's Consignment Event in Searcy! Rhea Lana serves hundres of families all over Central Arkansas and they want to serve YOU! This event will begin on July 31st and last untill August 4th at the White County Fairgrounds, 802 Davis Drive. For more information on this event and Rhea Lana CLICK HERE

     

LRFW launches youth fashion design competition

LRFW launches youth fashion design competition

Little Rock Fashion Week is accepting applications from students entering grades 1st through 12th for its Youth Fashion Sketch Design Competition. Applications can be downloaded at LittleRockFashionWeek.com.

The purpose of the competition is to ignite, motivate and encourage young people who are interested in the fashion industry. Students are asked to create their own clothing line by sketching out their designs and coming up with a name.

The finalists from different grade categories (1st-5th grades; 6th-8th grades; and 9th-12th grades) will be invited to attend Little Rock Fashion Week 2012.

Riverview Aide Retires

Riverview Aide Retires

Riverview Assistant Superintendent presents a plaque to Mrs. Peggy Williams in appreciation for her 24 1/2 years of dedicated service to the children of Arkansas and the Riverview School District. Peggy served as the Riverview Judsonia Elementary Aide and is now retiring. She is a resident of Judsonia Arkansas.

Riverview Selects "Teacher of the Year"

Riverview Selects "Teacher of the Year"

Congratulations to Riverview Jr. High and High School Survey of Fine Arts and Choir Teacher Mrs. Amy Thomas. Amy was selected the 2012 Riverview "Teacher of The Year" by Riverview faculty, staff, and students. Mrs. Thomas was chosen as Teacher of the Year because she truly is a great teacher, hardworking, friendly, and enthusiastic about her subject. She is a prime example. Amy has led Riverview's choirs to achieve excellent and superior ratings and state recognition, receiving high scores at each contest. This year Mrs. Thomas was the first ever Sweepstakes Trophy Winner. She will put on a show at any of the Riverview concerts. Because of her choreography and creativity, the flagline has received 1's at competitions. Her accomplishments aren't limited to Riverview. She manages a successful dance studio while being a caring wife and mother. Mrs.

Riverview School Board Member Receives Recognition

Riverview School Board Member Receives Recognition

Riverview School District Superintendent Howard Morris presents to Mr. Bill Sellers a Riverview School Board member and resident of Judsonia Arkansas, a plaque from the Arkansas School Board Association as Master Board Member. Mr. Sellers was recognized for 30 years of service for individual achievement through continuing education, outstanding leadership, and service to the Riverview School Board and to the Arkansas School Boards Association. 

Riverview Supports PAWS INN

Riverview Supports PAWS INN

The Riverview Raider Sr. High and Jr. High Pep Clubs recently completed a community service project sponsoring PAWS INN No Kill Animal Shelter. The clubs chose to support PAWS INN because of the need in White County for the shelter. Club members collected money each day during their lunch for two weeks. Riverview High School grades 9-12, Jr. High grades 7-8, Kensett and Judsonia Elementary grades K-6 all participated in the fund raising event. They raised a total of $1,252.80. The over-all winners for each campus were:  high school 10th grade collecting $383.52, Kensett Elementary 3rd grade collecting $108.60 and Judsonia Elementary 1st grade collecting $73.47. Both Pep Clubs voted to make the PAWS INN one of their annual service projects in order to provide student awareness and encourage involvement in community service projects.