River Heights Elementary School sits within sight of the Grand River Bridge. This historic landmark is the only nine span bridge of its kind in Canada and is considered one of the first reinforced concrete bridges ever built. The original school building was built in 1924 and served as Caledonia High School. In 1992, the school was converted to an elementary school and River Heights was born. With a student body of almost 600 students, it is the largest elementary school in the Grand Erie District School board.
Be accountable to yourself, family and friends. Be dependable. Share, give and volunteer in your community.
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Treat yourself, others and the environment with dignity and reverence.
Recognize and appreciate how you and others contribute to the overall effort and success of your organization or group. Recognize contributions, applaud effort and work collaboratively.
Act with courage, tenacity, determination and with a commitment to hard work. Never give up. Believe in yourself. Try your best.
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Create an environment where we honour differences and diversity. Be fair and equitable.
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At River Heights, student safety is our #1 Priority! On potential inclement weather days, STSBHN has contacts diligently reviewing the road conditions and reporting back areas of concern and hazard. If the decision is made by the Senior Business Official to cancel transportation services, phone trees take affect and spread the news of the cancellation. The phone tree will be started no later then 6:30 AM on days when a cancellation is called.
Information on which zone(s) have been canceled can be found by visiting Transportation website under the "cancellations - closures -morning fog delays" icon. In addition to zone cancellations, the "bus delays" icon will inform families and students of any routes that cross zones and are also subsequently closed. The map on the cancellation page visually allows a family to see if where they live is in the cancelled geographic area.
The more traditional means of getting cancellation notifications will still be used. Part of the STSBHN phone tree has contact being made with the following TV and radio organizations:
CKPC (Brantford), 1150 CKOC/ 820 CHAM / 102.9 KLite FM, 900 CHML/ Y108 "107.9", CH TV, Moose FM, Easy 101/ CKOT (Tillsonburg), CD 98.9 (Simcoe), and CHOW (Niagara).
First Learning Block: 8:45am - 10:25am
Recess/ Nutrition Break: 10:25am - 11:05am
Second Learning Block: 11:05am - 12:45pm
Recess / Nutrition Break: 12:45pm - 1:25pm
Instructional Block: 1:25pm - 3:05pm
Dismissal: 3:05 pm
Below you will find important resources and educational websites.
Remind App To join text @riverh to 418-800-7950
Tick Prevention Letter May 2017
FASD Strategies not Solutions Handbook
Online access to Raz-Kids reading program. Please login to the site with the information sent home by your child(ren)'s classroom teacher(s)
Online access to the Prodigy math games program. Please login to the site with the information sent home by your child(ren)'s classroom teacher(s)
Online access to Sumdog math games program. Please login to the site with the information sent home by your child(ren)'s classroom teacher(s)
Online access to free educational kids computer games and activities for elementary students to learn on the web
Online access to PBSkids games
Online access to Discovery Kids educational games and research
Online access to free educational games, online books, and comics. Funbrain, created for kids ages preschool through grade 8, offers more than 100 fun, interactive games that develop skills in math, reading, and literacy.