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2021-2022 School Calendar

2021-2022 School Calendar

The 2021-2022 School Calendar is now available!

Graduation

Graduation

RHS GraduationClass of 2021Friday, May 28th 7:30 p.m.Rivercrest Football Stadium •There will be no tickets and there will not be a limit to the number of guests allowed to...

Upcoming Student Holidays

Upcoming Student Holidays

Students will be out of school Monday, April 12Monday, May 21Friday, May 21Students and teachers will need to make up days for bad weather on Monday, April 26 and Monday,...

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Tonya Gifford

Tonya Gifford

19 days ago

Please see the attached flyer about Pre-K and Kinder Round up!

Link to new Pre-K application:
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScbkeq4O-tAn_Hq0hY7l5qEv87V6nuKnQFixWcLIbN2pKDRtQ/viewform

Link to new Kinder application:
https://txeis08.txeis.net/ParentPortal/login?distid=194903

Current Pre-K students do NOT need to apply.

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Rivercrest ISD

Rivercrest ISD

25 days ago

Help us welcome Elliott Ayo to the Rivercrest family! Mr. Ayo will be our new Band Director beginning in the new school year. He comes to us from Sulphur Springs ISD where he currently serves as Assistant Band Director. During his time at Sulphur Springs ISD, both the middle school and high school band programs have experienced immense growth and pronounced success. Mr. Ayo attributes program growth and success to the core belief that a positive student experience is of utmost importance. Prior to Sulphur Springs, Mr. Ayo taught at Winnsboro ISD as the Director of the middle school band. Elliott is married to Jana and they currently reside in Winnsboro. They are looking forward to establishing themselves and becoming longtime residents of our community.

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Rivercrest ISD

Rivercrest ISD

25 days ago

Please help us welcome our new Head Football Coach, Ty Huie. Coach Huie comes to us from Bartlesville Public School in Oklahoma where he teaches Math and coaches football and baseball. Coach Huie has been in Bartlesville for three years and is excited to come back to Texas. Prior to Bartlesville, Coach Huie was a teacher/coach in his hometown of Cooper, Texas. Ty is married to Samantha Huie and they have one child, Keller. Coach Huie is excited about being a part of our community and building lifelong friendships. He is not only dedicated to the athletic program, but also dedicated to the community he serves. Coach Huie stated that he plans to use his role as Head Football Coach to instill lifelong traits for the student athletes in the program.

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Rivercrest ISD

Rivercrest ISD

25 days ago

Justin Milton, who is in his 8th year here at Rivercrest, has been promoted to Athletic Director for our district. Coach Milton has coached a variety of sports over his career on both the girls and boys side and has spent the last 6 years serving as the Girls Athletic Coordinator/Head Girls Basketball Coach. Justin’s wife Mallory is also employed at Rivercrest and works at the elementary campus as a Math RTI teacher. Their daughters are very active in our school and love bleeding REBEL BLUE.

“When I was hired at Rivercrest in the summer of 2012, I was the lowest member on the coaching staff and taught JH Math. I learned quickly that if you work hard every day, hold the kids accountable, and love what you do, everything else tends to work out. When a community supports the school like ours does, you have the opportunities for success in both athletics and academics. Having the opportunity to be at a district like Rivercrest has been a blessing and something I am grateful to be a part of.”

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Rivercrest ISD

Rivercrest ISD

30 days ago

Governor Abbott’s Executive Order GA 34 gave Texas Public School Boards the authority to make the final decision on masks for their school district. Rivercrest ISD Board of Trustees unanimously agreed to make the wearing of masks optional for both students and staff in school and on school buses. Rivercrest will continue to take steps to reduce the risk to students, staff, and their families by continuing daily disinfecting protocols, socially distancing when possible, and quarantining students and staff if they have a high risk exposure.

We will continue to monitor cases in our area and, if needed, can mandate masks again in the future.

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