Stanley Jessee
Today, Texas Governor Greg Abbott announced that he is will be lifting the mask mandate in Texas effective next Wednesday, March 10th. To continue to comply with the current executive order, Rivercrest ISD will continue to make masks mandatory inside the school buildings, on all buses, and when social distancing is not possible, through Friday, March 5, 2021.
6 days ago, Stanley Jessee
Stanley Jessee
Rivercrest ISD will dismiss school at 1:00 on Tuesday, March 2nd to give Rivercrest fans time to safely travel to Denton for the Rebels Regional semi-final game against Cisco. School will start at the regular time Wednesday morning.
8 days ago, Stanley Jessee
Stanley Jessee
Rivercrest Parents and Community The extreme cold weather that we all just went through took it’s toll on some parts of our school and we need one more day without students to have everything fully operational for their return. So, students will be off on Monday and will return on a normal schedule on Tuesday, February 23rd. Rivercrest will be under a water boil notice when we return on Tuesday. We will have water which has been properly boiled and disposable cups available for all students when they return, and we are in the process of trying to secure bottled water. Parents, please send bottled water for your child to drink during the day if you are able to do so. Thank you for your patience and understanding. Stanley Jessee
15 days ago, Stanley Jessee
Stanley Jessee
Rivercrest ISD Parents and Community, Rivercrest ISD is cancelling classes for the remainder of this week due to weather conditions. Classes are closed from Monday, February 15th through Friday, February 19th. These are “bad weather days” and not “remote learning days” Again, the temperatures and weather conditions can be dangerous, so please take care of yourselves and be careful. School will resume on a normal schedule on Monday, February 22, 2021. Stay warm and be safe, Stanley Jessee
20 days ago, Stanley Jessee
Stanley Jessee
Rivercrest ISD Parents and Community, In anticipation of the extreme weather conditions that are forecast for this weekend and next week, Rivercrest ISD is cancelling classes for Tuesday, February 16th and Wednesday, February 17th. I know the forecast for the rest of the week doesn’t look very promising, but we will make those decisions as we get closer to that time and have more current information. As a reminder, all students are out of school Monday due to a scheduled staff development day. These days that are taken off next week are not “remote learning” days, they are “snow days”😊. It isn’t very often that we get snow in our area so I hope our kids (and parents) are able to enjoy time playing and having fun! Keep in mind though, the temperatures and conditions this weekend and next week will no doubt be uncomfortable, and can also be dangerous, so please take care of yourselves and be careful. Stay warm and be safe, Stanley Jessee
24 days ago, Stanley Jessee
Stanley Jessee
Rivercrest ISD will have a two hour delayed start tomorrow, Friday, February 12th. This will give is time to evaluate road conditions. Classes will start on all campuses at 10:00.
25 days ago, Stanley Jessee
Tonya Gifford
Rivercrest ISD will have a 10:00 start time tomorrow morning, February 12, 2021 to give time to evaluate road conditions.
25 days ago, Tonya Gifford
Rivercrest ISD
Rivercrest ISD will be closed today due to hazardous road conditions. Be careful if you have to travel. We plan on starting school at regular time Friday morning.
25 days ago, Rivercrest ISD
Tonya Gifford
Due to hazardous road conditions within the district, Rivercrest ISD will be closed Thursday February 11, 2021. We are currently planning to resume classes at normal time on Friday. We will let you know if that changes.
25 days ago, Tonya Gifford
Stanley Jessee
Rivercrest ISD will have a two hour delayed start on Thursday, February 11, 2021. Weather forecast calls for precipitation with temperatures near freezing which could make roads hazardous. Classes will begin at 10:00 am on all Rivercrest campuses. Weather conditions are concerning throughout the weekend and as we prepare to come back to school next week. Monday, February 15th is a staff development day so the students will not be in school that day. Due to the expected extreme temperatures and chance of precipitation, Rivercrest is going to go ahead and call a two hour delayed start on Tuesday, February 16th. This will give us time to evaluate weather conditions
26 days ago, Stanley Jessee
Tonya Gifford
Rivercrest ISD will have a two hour delayed start for tomorrow, Thursday the 11th, due to the forecast showing precipitation with temperatures near freezing. Also, we are going to go ahead and call for a 10:00 start on Tuesday the 16th. That will give us more time that morning to evaluate the weather conditions to make a call for the day.
26 days ago, Tonya Gifford
Tonya Gifford
“Caught Being Kind” We're celebrating Random Acts of Kindness Week February 8th-12th. Our faculty will be watching closely to "catch" students demonstrating kindness. If your student is "caught" then their name will be placed on the KINDNESS BANNER and they might win a door prize! If you'd like to reinforce KINDNESS at home, here are some things to think about. "Catch your child being good." Find something that you like and praise them for it! "You made your bed without being asked, that's terrific!" or "I was watching you play with your sister and you were very patient." These statements will do more to encourage good behavior over the long run than repeated lectures. Make a point of finding something to praise every day and be generous with rewards. Your love, hugs and compliments can work wonders and are often reward enough. Soon you will find you are "growing" more of the behavior you would like to see! Have fun spreading kindness and please let me know if I can assist you in any way. Stacy Irwin, RES Counselor
about 1 month ago, Tonya Gifford
Tonya Gifford
Here are a few reminders about COVID procedures at Rivercrest Elementary...
3 months ago, Tonya Gifford
Tonya Gifford
Water Bottles are a GREAT idea! Students are encouraged to bring a refillable water bottle to school daily. The bottles should contain water only.
7 months ago, Tonya Gifford