On Friday, April 10, the Rivers Edge PTO hosted a Family Movie Night outside in the PE area of the school. Free to all who attended, everyone received a popcorn and a drink to enjoy while watching Monsters University. Kona Ice was on hand as well as other treats that could be purchased by the…Details
The Giving Tree is held each December. Each grade collects donations for a charity. A member representing the charity is then invited to the Giving Tree Ceremony and presented with the items collected. Kindergarten collected food items for Backpack Buddies; First Grade collected toys and gifts for Hibiscus House; Second Grade collected household items for…Details
Rivers Edge Elementary School leadership class students visited a local nursing home to spread some joy for the holidays. They sang carols, and served punch and cookies, along with distributing gifts to all the residents. The students were encouraged to chat with the residents and left with stories, full hearts and a few new friends! …Details
Officers from the United States Coast Guard station in Ft. Pierce visited Rivers Edge Elementary School recently to discuss water safety and the role of the United States Coast Guard with students in all first grade classes. The students were extremely excited to get on board the 25ft RBS SAFE boat. Pictured are students in…Details
Come join us for REE’s Third Annual Spring Musical “Willy Wonka Kids” Location: Fort Pierce Magnet School of the Arts Date: Thursday May 10th and Friday May 11th Time: 6:30 p.m. (Both Days) Tickets are $10 adult (ages 16+), $7 student (to age 15), children 3 and under are free We hope you can join…Details
Students in Lisa Bradley’s kindergarten class at Rivers Edge Elementary School recently picked their own pumpkins from the school’s Ppumpkin patch. Students counted pumpkin seeds, weighed and measured, learned about the growth cycle and sorted shapes to make decorative faces as they ended their unit on Cornucopia.
The Rivers Edge Elementary student canned food drive was a huge success! The food was distributed to many families and everyone was grateful for the help during the holiday season. Pictured, from left, are students from Sandra Foley’s fourth grade class Esbeydy Dumas, Pasquale Giallongo, Derrick Brooks, Kayla Mayes and Megan Dugan.
The 4th and 5th Grade Chorus from Rivers Edge Elementary, under the direction of Mrs. Amy Martinkovic, entertained the participants at Relay for Life in St. Lucie West.
On Thursday, February 11, Rivers Edge 3rd Graders were gifted their very own dictionary. Representatives from Rotary International brought one for every 3rd grader in the school. This supports their goal of increasing literacy in our country. Rivers Edge is grateful for our community helping our students receive the best education possible.
Students who will be high school freshmen for the 2019-2020 school year are encouraged to attend their assigned high school’s open house on Wednesday, March 13 from 6:00PM-8:00PM. For more information, contact your child’s school.