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Arkansas Home School Convention at Harding

Arkansas Home School Convention at Harding

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – The Education Alliance, a division of Family Council, is hosting its 15th annual
Arkansas Home School Convention in Searcy at Harding University this Friday and Saturday, May 18 through
19. Entry cost is only $30 for the entire family for the whole weekend, and pre-registration can be done online
at ArkansasHomeSchool.org or attendees can just register at the door.

The Searcy convention attracts nearly 2,000 home schoolers from all over Arkansas, who come to browse
through the expansive vendor hall where popular education resource companies come to share their innovative
curricula and tools to strengthen home schooling. Bob Jones University Press, A Beka Book, Alpha Omega
Publications, Accelerated Christian Education, My Father’s World, Christian Light Education, and many other
popular vendors will be present.

Riverview Beginning Band Celebrates Success

Riverview Beginning Band Celebrates Success

The Riverview Beginning Band celebrates their success. The Beginning Band students attribute their success to hard work and dedication. The students are a member of the Beginning Band Century Club. Riverview Band teacher Trey Reely said "The students have put in long hours, worked hard, and diligently during the school year to play PERFECTLY over 100 lines from their hard book". As a reward to the students, Mr. Reely gave the students a pizza party.

Riverview State "History Day" Winners

Riverview State "History Day" Winners

Congratulations to the Riverview Sr. High and Jr. High school students for winning awards at the State History Day Competition. Senior Samantha Wiggs won the Civil War History award, Sophomores Evelyn Munoz and Thanaydi Sandoval placed 3rd, and 8th graders Austin Taylor and Canon Reeves won the Presidential History Award. All of them brought home medals and certificates.

Riverview 2012 Band Drum Majors Selected

Riverview 2012 Band Drum Majors Selected

Congratulations to Juniors Alicia Cook and Kilee Hall for being selected as the Riverview Raider Band Drum Majors for the 2012 marching season. Winners were selected by Band teacher Trey Reeley.

Riverview student receives Medal & Certificate

Riverview student receives Medal & Certificate

Congratulations to Riverview High School Senior Cara Tomlinson who was selected to receive the 2011-2012 United States Army Reserve National Scholars Athletic and Academic Medal and Certificate.

Riverview Receives $5000 Lowes Grant

Riverview Receives $5000 Lowes Grant

Congratulations to the Riverview High School for being selected to receive the 2011-2012 Lowe’s Toolbox Education $5000 grant from the Lowe’s Charitable and Educational Foundation (LCEF). The funds will go toward a Library Courtyard Sprinkler project. The sprinkler project will help restore a healthy ecosystem in our courtyard by protecting the plant life and trees for the birds, providing growth for the shrubs and flowers for the butterflies, and provide a beautiful, safe, and cohesive atmosphere for our students, parents, and community members to enjoy. This project will help provide a healthy and safe courtyard alternative learning environment for student outdoor classroom learning, a quiet place for student tutoring, private student counseling, a relaxing place for parents to have lunch with their children, and a beautiful place for parents to visit during parental involvement events. Thank You Lowe’s!

Riverview student receives "Strength & Perseverance" award

Riverview student receives "Strength & Perseverance" award

The 1st Annual Riverview High School "Strength & Perseverance" award for 2012 goes to Senior Cody Barnett. This special award was created this school year to honor a senior who demonstrates strength of character and perseveres even when facing insurmountable odds with a "never give up" attitude combined with personal optimism. One student stood out among our Riverview Seniors as a much beloved and inspirational "kind of guy." Always smiling, his love for everyone comes shining through.  If you are around Cody long enough you will find yourself smiling too. An iPad was chosen as the award this school year because it will be very useful to Cody and EVERYONE who donated wanted him to have this gift. The iPad was funded by the Riverview School family consisting of many loving and caring students, food service personnel, custodians, and teachers. Congratulations Cody and Thank You for being a shining light at Riverview!