Announcements - September

September 26th

  • REMINDER STUDENTS, THERE IS NO SCHOOL FRIDAY, MONDAY, and TUESDAY.
  • A special Happy Birthday to Austin Fox and Michaela White!!
  • Attention freshmen: between now and Thursday afternoon (September 26) please vote for class officers for the class of 2023: Go to Mrs. Meiser's webpage, click on freshman class adviser. Then, click on the voting icon to be taken to the ballot. You can only vote one time and remember to do so before Thursday afternoon!
  • This is just a reminder that Chess Club dues need to be paid by the next club meeting on Friday, October 4th. The dues are $2 and need to be given to Mr. G.
  • Attention ALL OMUN STUDENTS: Mrs. Meiser needs your $100 deposit by October 4 to secure your registration for state conference. Please see her ASAP if there are any issues. 
  • Attention Seniors: The University of Akron is holding fall campus visit days on Saturday, October 19th and Saturday, November 2nd. In addition to touring the campus, informational sessions helpful for all college-bound families are offered regarding choosing a major and career path, and financial aid and scholarships.

    Also, Ohio Northern University is hosting Polar Preview Days on September 21st, October 19th, and November 9th. These Saturday visit days are open to all high school students and their families. The program includes campus tours, information on admissions and financial aid, academic sessions with ONU faculty, and a complimentary lunch. All students attending a Preview Day can earn a $2000 scholarship to attend ONU. Check out their new state-of-the-art Engineering building, and learn about their new major in Data Analytics.

    Lastly, Ohio Dominican University will be holding Preview Days on October 5th and November 9th. Learn about ODU's campus, explore majors and discuss financial aid options. If interested in any of these opportunities, please stop by the Guidance Office for more information.

September 25th

  • A special Happy Birthday to Austin Bassett and Kaylynn Nelson!
  • If you are planning to be off of school to attend to your fair project, you are required to bring a signed note from your parent and your 4-h advisor. The note will need to be turned into Mr. Turnbull by Wednesday, September 25th to be approved.
  • The River View Boys Soccer team dropped a close one to undefeated Dover Tuesday night on the road 2-1. The Bears record now stands at 4-6-1 on the season. The lone goal for the Bears was from Andrew Martin who was assisted by

    Caleb Shriver.

    The River View JV team tied Dover a 3-3. The Bears record now stands at 4-3-2 on the season.

  • Attention ALL OMUN STUDENTS: Mrs. Meiser needs your $100 deposit by October 4 to secure your registration for state conference. Please see her ASAP if there are any issues. 

  • This is just a reminder that Chess Club dues need to be paid by the next club meeting on Friday, October 4th. The dues are $2 and need to be given to Mr. G.

  • There will be a meeting for anyone interested in playing boys basketball this season Thursday morning during enrichment in the auditorium. We will be discussing a schedule for open gyms and other important dates as the season approaches. 

  • Just a reminder, Jostens will be here on Thursday during lunch for you to turn in any order.

  • Attention ALL OMUN STUDENTS: Mrs. Meiser needs your $100 deposit by October 4 to secure your registration for state conference. Please see her ASAP if there are any issues.

  • TLC Tutoring, learning and contributing, is seeking students in grades 9th - 12th who are interested in becoming tutors for elementary students. There are 4 sites at all River View Elementaries which need your help!! If you are interested in earning community service hours and believe all children are capable of learning, stop by the main office and pick up a sign-up sheet today! All form must be turned into the office by Thursday, September 26th.

  • If you are planning on bringing a date to Homecoming from another school, please stop in the main office for a form. The forms are due by October 14th.

 

September 23rd

  • A reminder that there will be no school for students on Friday, September 27th.
  • A special Happy Birthday to Chance Klein and Sheree Rahn!
  • If you are planning to be off of school to attend to your fair project, you are required to bring a signed note from your parent and your 4-h advisor. The note will need to be turned into Mr. Turnbull by Wednesday, September 25th to be approved.
  • There will be a meeting for anyone interested in playing boys basketball this season Thursday morning during enrichment in the auditorium. We will be discussing a schedule for open gyms and other important dates as the season approaches. 
  • Saturday at Sandy Valley was a good day for both Cross Country teams.  The boys were runner up to reigning D3 state champs East Canton.  The black bears were led by Javin Robinson, Nathaniel Stamper, Colton Miller followed by Sam Adams and Connor Stevens-Woolery with the varsity 7 rounded out by Brady Philabaum and Austin Philabaum.  Runner of the week is Drew Tumblin.  The lady bears made a good showing at 15th and were led by Ashlyn Seiler, Shyanne Rahn, Berta  Vidal followed by Kaity Stanton and Dilyn Tumblin.  The varsity 7 were rounded out by Allie Mizer and Courtney Sampsel.  Lady Bear of the week is Kaity Stanton.  
  • Girls varsity soccer improved their record to 9 wins and 3 losses, beating West Holmes on Saturday, 5-0.  Emmie Brenly had 2 goals and an assist.  Khaleah Kreis, Stephanie Gunn, and Emma Sampsel also had scored goals.  Cadie Guilliams had an assist.
  • The River View Boys Soccer team were shut out by the Bexley Lions 4-0. The Bears record now stands at 4-5-1 on the season. 

    The River View JV team also dropped a 8-1. The Bears record now stands at 4-3-1 on the season.

  • The Speech Team will meet in Mrs. Ferris's room from 5:00 - 6:00 PM today! If you would like to be on the team this year, you need to attend the meeting. See you at 5:00 PM!

  • Congratulations to RVHS on winning the Muskingum  Valley Old Times Association League this summer.  Your Championship shirts are finally in the office.  Come down and pick them up at some point this week.

  • The Black Bear Band was in action on Saturday evening at the Cambridge Cavalcade of Bands and received a “two” rating of Excellent.  Their score was 209.325 and will have to score about 30 more points to get near their desired rating of “one”!  

    Their next contest is on Saturday, October 5, 2019 at Maysville High School.  We hope to see you there.  Well done, Black Bear Band!

  • Just a reminder, Jostens will be here on Thursday during lunch for you to turn in any order.

  • TLC Tutoring, learning and contributing, is seeking students in grades 9th - 12th who are interested in becoming tutors for elementary students. There are 4 sites at all River View Elementaries which need your help!! If you are interested in earning community service hours and believe all children are capable of learning, stop by the main office and pick up a sign-up sheet today! All form must be turned into the office by Thursday, September 26th.

  • Attention ALL OMUN STUDENTS: Mrs. Meiser needs your $100 deposit by October 4 to secure your registration for state conference. Please see her ASAP if there are any issues. 

September 20th

  • Looking for a chance to win thousands of dollars in scholarships? Want to go into medicine? Technology? Engineering? Science? Come check out RVHS's new science fair club Friday during Activity period B1. We will meet in room 105.
  • If you are planning to be off of school to attend to your fair project, you are required to bring a signed note from your parent and your 4-h advisor. The note will need to be turned into Mr. Turnbull by Wednesday, September 25th to be approved.
  • The Ohio Society of Certified Public Accountants is sponsoring a High School Accounting Career Day at the Ohio State University campus on November 8th. This is a great opportunity for students interested in a career in accounting and related areas. See Mrs. Lindsey or Mrs. Olinger for more details.
  • Speech Team will meet Monday from 5:00 - 6:00 PM in Mrs. Ferris's room. If you are planning on being on the team, you need to be at the meeting. See you on Monday!
  • A special Happy Birthday to Gavin Donnell and MaKenzie Hutchison!!
  • During B1 in the afternoon in Room 210 Frau Harstine's room, there is a meeting for all students registered for the Spain and Germany trips this summer.
  • TLC Tutoring, learning and contributing, is seeking students in grades 9th - 12th who are interested in becoming tutors for elementary students. There are 4 sites at all River View Elementaries which need your help!! If you are interested in earning community service hours and believe all children are capable of learning, stop by the main office and pick up a sign-up sheet today! All form must be turned into the office by Thursday, September 26th.
  • The dress theme for the football game Friday Night is USA.  Dress in red, white, and blue and come out to support the Black Bear football team!!!
  • If you wish to attend math club TODAY during the 1st part of clubs, please plan to bring your $4 dues with you! Dues MUST be paid by the end of the second club meeting in order to remain an active member for the school year. Any questions, please see Mrs. Miller.
  • Please pay Mrs. Moran during Enrichment time by our next meeting on October 4th for spirit club dues.

    Spirit Club Officers will be collecting money during lunch time starting next week. Dues are only $2.00.  Any questions, please see me in Room 111. 

  • If you are planning on bringing a date to Homecoming from another school, please stop in the main office for a form. The forms are due by October 14th.

September 19th

  • We are on club bell "B" this Friday, September 20th

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  • Looking for a chance to win thousands of dollars in scholarships? Want to go into medicine? Technology? Engineering? Science? Come check out RVHS's new science fair club Friday during Activity period B1. We will meet in room 105.
  • If you are planning to be off of school to attend to your fair project, you are required to bring a signed note from your parent and your 4-h advisor. The note will need to be turned into Mr. Turnbull by Wednesday, September 25th to be approved.
  • Happy Birthday to Owen Glazier!
  • Yesterday at River Greens Golf Course  the Black Bears   Golf Team finished 2nd in the ECOL Tournament.   Tyler Nicley led the way with a 77.  Jaxon Rinkes had a 79.  Austin Bahmer 90.  Riley Emig 85.  Nick Flowers 96 and Kaden Poorman 89.  Tyler was named 1st Team ECOL. Jaxon was named 2nd Team ECOL.  Austin and Nick Honorable Mention.
    We have never finished higher than 3rd in the league.  This is the first time RVHS  has finished 2nd in the ECOL in Boys Golf!   Congratulations to Coach Gress and the Boys Golf Team. 
  • NIKE Club members will be having their first meeting in Smoulder's Room tomorrow during B1. Please don't forget to bring your towel or mat for Yoga time.

    Any interested member can pay their dues tomorrow during B1. Dues are $2.00. Any questions, please see Mrs. Moran.

  • Please pay Mrs. Moran during Enrichment time by our next meeting on October 4th.

    Spirit Club Officers will be collecting money during lunch time starting next week. Dues are only $2.00.  Any questions, please see me in Room 111. 

  • Attention Seniors: The University of Akron is holding fall campus visit days on Saturday, October 19th and Saturday, November 2nd. In addition to touring the campus, informational sessions helpful for all college-bound families are offered regarding choosing a major and career path, and financial aid and scholarships.

    Also, Ohio Northern University is hosting Polar Preview Days on September 21st, October 19th, and November 9th. These Saturday visit days are open to all high school students and their families. The program includes campus tours, information on admissions and financial aid, academic sessions with ONU faculty, and a complimentary lunch. All students attending a Preview Day can earn a $2000 scholarship to attend ONU. Check out their new state-of-the-art Engineering building, and learn about their new major in Data Analytics.

    Lastly, Ohio Dominican University will be holding Preview Days on October 5th and November 9th. Learn about ODU's campus, explore majors and discuss financial aid options. If interested in any of these opportunities, please stop by the Guidance Office for more information.

  • If you wish to attend math club on Friday during the 1st part of clubs, please plan to bring your $4 dues with you! Dues MUST be paid by the end of the second club meeting in order to remain an active member for the school year. Any questions, please see Mrs. Miller.

  • The dress theme for the football game Friday Night is USA.  Dress in red, white, and blue and come out to support the Black Bear football team!!!

  • TLC Tutoring, learning and contributing, is seeking students in grades 9th - 12th who are interested in becoming tutors for elementary students. There are 4 sites at all River View Elementaries which need your help!! If you are interested in earning community service hours and believe all children are capable of learning, stop by the main office and pick up a sign-up sheet today! All form must be turned into the office by Thursday, September 26th.

September 18th

  • We are on club bell "B" this Friday, September 20th

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  • Looking for a chance to win thousands of dollars in scholarships? Want to go into medicine? Technology? Engineering? Science? Come check out RVHS's new science fair club Friday during Activity period B1. We will meet in room 105.
  • If you are planning to be off of school to attend to your fair project, you are required to bring a signed note from your parent and your 4-h advisor. The note will need to be turned into Mr. Turnbull by Wednesday, September 25th to be approved.
  • A special Happy Birthday to Mr. Bickel!
  • This Friday is the deadline for the October 26 ACT test.  If you need assistance with the registration process, then stop by the Guidance Office.  Seniors, this is one of the final two testing dates that will allow the ACT results to be included on your seventh semester transcript which is sent for college applications and scholarships.  
  • There will be NO INCENTIVE FOR SENIORS Thursday morning due to a jostens meeting.
  • he River View Boys Soccer team got of to a great start as they defeated the Cambridge Bobcats 4-2. The Bears record now stands at 4-4-1 on the season. The Bobcats fall to 2-10 on the season. Andrew Martin and Jordan Bryant both had a pair of goals for the Bears while Drew Ireland assisted 1 and Ethan Brenly assisted two. 

     

    The River View JV team also won a close one 1-0 off of the foot of Anthony "Antman" Morgan and  was assisted by Gage Summers. The Bears record now stands at 4-2-1 on the season.

  • Girls varsity beat Cambridge last night 9-2 to improve their record to 8-2. Stephanie Gunn had 2 goals and 2 assists.

    Cadie Guilliams and Emmie Brenly each had 2 goals and 1 assist.  Melanie Giffin scored 3 goals

  • Reminder that OMUN will also be meeting club B in Mrs. Meiser's room. We will be there both afternoon periods. Bring paperwork and deposits if you have them!

  • The dress theme for the football game Friday Night is USA.  Dress in red, white, and blue and come out to support the Black Bear football team!!!

  • If you wish to attend math club on Friday during the 1st part of clubs, please plan to bring your $4 dues with you! Dues MUST be paid by the end of the second club meeting in order to remain an active member for the school year. Any questions, please see Mrs. Miller.

  • TLC Tutoring, learning and contributing, is seeking students in grades 9th - 12th who are interested in becoming tutors for elementary students. There are 4 sites at all River View Elementaries which need your help!! If you are interested in earning community service hours and believe all children are capable of learning, stop by the main office and pick up a sign-up sheet today! All form must be turned into the office by Thursday, September 26th.

September 16th

  • We are on club bell "B" this Friday, September 20th

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  • A special Happy Birthday to Hunter Darr and Lillian Yoder.
  • TLC Tutoring, learning and contributing, is seeking students in grades 9th - 12th who are interested in becoming tutors for elementary students. There are 4 sites at all River View Elementaries which need your help!! If you are interested in earning community service hours and believe all children are capable of learning, stop by the main office and pick up a sign-up sheet today! All form must be turned into the office by Thursday, September 26th.
  • Girls varsity soccer beat previously unbeaten St. Clairsville 1-0. Emmie Brenly scored on a penalty kick with 32 seconds left in the game. The girls are now 6-2 and play Maysville tonight at home at 6
  • The boys cross country team are champions of the Meadowbrook Colt Carnival Invitational!  The boys came out on top of 24 teams this past weekend.  Javin Robinson was 2nd overall and Nathaniel Stamper was 5th.  Most of the varsity 7 were medalists.  3rd in for the team was Colton Miller followed by Luke Allen, Sam Adams, Austin Philabaum, and Connor Stevens-Woolery.  Runner of the week is Colton Miller.  The Lady Bears had a good showing with Shyanne Rahn coming in first for the team followed by Ashlyn Seiler, Dilyn Tumblin, Kaity Stanton, and Allie Mizer.  Lady Bear athlete of the week is Emma Dillion. 
  • The Coshocton Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring 3 informational career opportunities for Coshocton County juniors and seniors.   If you attend Manufacturing Matters Day on Friday, October 11, students will get an inside look at 2 local manufacturing businesses.   You will tour the production lines as well as learning about types of electrical, plumbing, and construction careers.   On Wednesday, October 30, juniors and seniors  can gain an inside look at jobs in the medical field - doctors, nurses, techs,  & Life Flight - by attending Healthcare Workers’ Day.  This day has limited spaces.  Also on October 30, juniors and seniors can participate in First Responders’ Day to learn more about EMT’s, firefighters and law enforcement.  If you are interested in any of these experiences, then pick up permissions slips right away in the Guidance Office.  The permission slip must be returned by next Tuesday, September 17.
  • If you are planning to be off of school to attend to your fair project, you are required to bring a signed note from your parent and your 4-h advisor. The note will need to be turned into Mr. Turnbull by Wednesday, September 25th to be approved.
  • Girls Basketball Conditioning will starting TODAY. Conditioning will be Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays 3pm - 4pm. Please report to the track. 
  • Reminder freshmen turning in petitions for class office that those are dues by the end of the day TODAY to Mrs. Meiser. Her room number is 116.
  • Tomorrow is the deadline for juniors and seniors to sign up for Manufacturing Matters, First Responders’ Day and Healthcare Workers’ Day.  We need a final number for the Chamber of Commerce and bus reservations.   Return signed permission slips to the Guidance Office tomorrow morning to reserve a spot and receive a free T shirt.  If you need a permission slip, pick up one today in Guidance.
  • Coshocton CARES will sponsor a Financial Aid Information Night at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, September 18th, at the Career Center.  This free one hour session will discuss types of financial aid and advice for completing the FAFSA.   This presentation will provide valuable information to seniors who may begin submitting their FAFSA's in October.  Underclassmen and their families are also welcome to attend to assist with future planning.
  • If you wish to attend math club on Friday during the 1st part of clubs, please plan to bring your $4 dues with you! Dues MUST be paid by the end of the second club meeting in order to remain an active member for the school year. Any questions, please see Mrs. Miller.

September 13th

  • A special Happy Birthday to Patty Villers
  • The River View Boys Soccer team suffered their fourth defeat of the season to the Zanesville 3-2. The Bears record now stands at 3-4-1 on the season. 
  • Girls Basketball Conditioning will starting this Monday. Conditioning will be Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays 3pm - 4pm. Please report to the track. 
  • Attention freshmen: petitions are now available for those wishing to run for a class office. Offices available are President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer and New Reporter. Pick up a petition in the main office, follow the instructions, and return it to Mrs. Meiser by 2:30 on Monday September 16 in room 116. Elections will be held in enrichment next week. 
  • The Coshocton Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring 3 informational career opportunities for Coshocton County juniors and seniors.   If you attend Manufacturing Matters Day on Friday, October 11, students will get an inside look at 2 local manufacturing businesses.   You will tour the production lines as well as learning about types of electrical, plumbing, and construction careers.   On Wednesday, October 30, juniors and seniors  can gain an inside look at jobs in the medical field - doctors, nurses, techs,  & Life Flight - by attending Healthcare Workers’ Day.  This day has limited spaces.  Also on October 30, juniors and seniors can participate in First Responders’ Day to learn more about EMT’s, firefighters and law enforcement.  If you are interested in any of these experiences, then pick up permissions slips right away in the Guidance Office.  The permission slip must be returned by next Tuesday, September 17.
  • Homecoming forms are in the office for those that are bringing a date from another school. They are due in the office no later than October 14th.
  • The theme for the game Friday is Beach.  So grab your sunglasses, floaties, and grass skirts.
  • The deadline for the October 26th ACT test is Friday, September 20.   Students should register online at act.org.  The cost is $50.50 for the basic test or $67 for the ACT test with the writing component.   If you are a junior or senior who qualifies for financial assistance, then see your school counselor a.s.a.p. for a fee waiver sheet.  If you need assistance with the registration process, then stop by the Guidance Office.  Seniors, this is one of the final two testing dates that will allow the ACT results to be included on your seventh transcript which is sent for college applications and scholarships.  
  • Coshocton CARES will sponsor a Financial Aid Information Night at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, September 18th, at the Career Center.  This free one hour session will discuss types of financial aid and advice for completing the FAFSA.   This presentation will provide valuable information to seniors who may begin submitting their FAFSA's in October.  Underclassmen and their families are also welcome to attend to assist with future planning.

September 12th

  • A special Happy Birthday to Taylor Berry
  • Attention OMUN students vying for Paraguay... we are unable to meet this Friday during enrichment. Plan to meet in Mrs. Meiser's room NEXT FRIDAY morning September 20 during enrichment with your pitch ready to present.
  • Attention freshmen: petitions are now available for those wishing to run for a class office. Offices available are President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer and New Reporter. Pick up a petition in the main office, follow the instructions, and return it to Mrs. Meiser by 2:30 on Monday September 16 in room 116. Elections will be held in enrichment next week. 
  • Attention Seniors: The University of Akron is holding fall campus visit days on Saturday, October 19th and Saturday, November 2nd. In addition to touring the campus, informational sessions helpful for all college-bound families are offered regarding choosing a major and career path, and financial aid and scholarships.

    Also, Ohio Northern University is hosting Polar Preview Days on September 21st, October 19th, and November 9th. These Saturday visit days are open to all high school students and their families. The program includes campus tours, information on admissions and financial aid, academic sessions with ONU faculty, and a complimentary lunch. All students attending a Preview Day can earn a $2000 scholarship to attend ONU. Check out their new state-of-the-art Engineering building, and learn about their new major in Data Analytics.

    Lastly, Ohio Dominican University will be holding Preview Days on October 5th and November 9th. Learn about ODU's campus, explore majors and discuss financial aid options. If interested in any of these opportunities, please stop by the Guidance Office for more information.

  • The registration deadline for the October 26 ACT test is next Friday, September 20.  Seniors must take the test in October or December to have their updated ACT test score included on their 7-semester transcript which is used to determine college admission and financial aid.  Register online at act.org.  See your school counselor a.s.a.p. if you may qualify for a waiver due to financial hardship.  The waiver process may take several days.  See Guidance for assistance or questions.  

  • The Coshocton Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring 3 informational career opportunities for Coshocton County juniors and seniors.   If you attend Manufacturing Matters Day on Friday, October 11, students will get an inside look at 2 local manufacturing businesses.   You will tour the production lines as well as learning about types of electrical, plumbing, and construction careers.   On Wednesday, October 30, juniors and seniors  can gain an inside look at jobs in the medical field - doctors, nurses, techs,  & Life Flight - by attending Healthcare Workers’ Day.  This day has limited spaces.  Also on October 30, juniors and seniors can participate in First Responders’ Day to learn more about EMT’s, firefighters and law enforcement.  If you are interested in any of these experiences, then pick up permissions slips right away in the Guidance Office.  The permission slip must be returned by next Tuesday, September 17.

  • Homecoming forms are in the office for those that are bringing a date from another school. They are due in the office no later than October 14th.
  • The theme for the game Friday is Beach.  So grab your sunglasses, floaties, and grass skirts.
  • At RV, Bears win 11-0.  7 goals in the first half.

    Emmie Brenly had 3 goals and 2 assists

    Melanie Giffin had 2 goals and 1 assist

    Hailee Bowman had 2 goals

    Emma Sampsel, Cadie Guilliams, and Stephanie Gunn each scored

    Ellie Tompkins had 2 assists

     

    River View is 5-2 and will face undefeated St. Clairsville on Saturday

  • The Boys Team improved their record Tues night with a win over rival Coshocton.  Austin Bahmer led the way with a 39.  Jaxon Rinkes and Tyler Nicely added 40s, Riley Emig helped with a 42 and Nick Flowers and Kaden Poorman added 43s.  In the JV match, Cale Bible had a 40, Jared Dobson added a 48 along with Noah Anderson and Coen Bible scoring 49s.

    The Black Bears are back in action Saturday as they host the Black Bear Invitational at Hickory Flats.  Go Bears!

  • Any female interested in joining NIKE Club is welcome to come to our first meeting on Thursday, September 12th in the auditorium during Enrichment. 

    Any questions, please see Mrs. Moran.

  • The River View Boys Soccer team suffered their third defeat of the season to the Coshocton Redskins 4-3. The Bears record now stands at 3-3-1 on the season. The Redskins improve 6-1-1 on the season.

September 11th

  • If you wish to attend math club on Friday during the 1st part of clubs, please plan to bring your $4 dues with you! Dues MUST be paid by the end of the second club meeting in order to remain an active member for the school year. Any questions, please see Mrs. Miller. CLUBS ON SEPTEMBER 20TH
  • The River View Boys Soccer team suffered their second defeat of the season to the West Holmes Knights 3-2. The Bears record now stands at 3-2-1 on the season. The Bears scored first as Bryson Fry slipped a pass to Ross Gunn but trailed at the half 2-1. The Knights scored again and the Bears trailed 3-1 until late in the game when Bryson Fry scored off of a cross from Reas Pepper. The Bears battled to the last minute of the game but came up short. The Bears will next be in action Tuesday at Stewart Field as they look to bounce back against the Redskins. 

     

    The JV team beat the Knights by a score of 2-0. Their record now also stands at 3-2-1.

  • Congratulations River View Cross Country for an awesome weekend of racing.  The boys came out 7/31 teams at the most competitive meet in the state this weekend.  The boys were led by medalist Javin Robinson followed by Nathaniel Stamper, Luke Allen, Austin Philabaum, and Connor Stevens-Woolery with the varsity rounded out by Sam Adams and Colton Miller.  The boys runner of the week is Luke Allen. The Lady Bears were led by Ashlyn Seiler, Shyanne Rahn followed by Berta Vidal, Dilyn Tumblin, and Kaity Stanton.  The Lady Bears runner of the week is Shyanne Rahn.  

  • Girls varsity soccer beat Niles McKinley on Saturday 4-0. Stephanie Gunn had 2 goals, Emmie Brenly had a goal and an assist, Cadie Guilliams scored,. Kelsey Bowman had 2 assists, and Kennedy Wright had 1. Rachel Smalley had 6 saves

September 6th

  • We are on club bell "A" schedule today, September 6th

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  • A special Happy Birthday to Thomas Williams and Tamira Kent.
  • Homecoming forms are in the office for those that are bringing a date from another school. They are due in the office no later than October 14th.
  • Spirit Club members will only be meeting during A1 today in the cafeteria. Spirit Club officers will meet with Moran/Buxton during A2 in Room 111.
  • Correction to yesterday's announcement.  Softball meeting next Tuesday will start at 7:30 in room 211 (Mr. Infante) for every girl interested in playing softball this coming spring.  Please plan on attending. 
  • Attention young ladies of River View High School: applications are now available for Coshocton Canal Queen and Princess. Princess candidates are age 10-14 and queen candidates age 15-19. In addition to other prizes, the queen also earns a cash award upon completion of her reign. See Mrs. Meiser in room 116 or stop by Roscoe Visitor's Center for an application. Completed applications are due September 9. 
  • Attention students interested in OMUN who are NOT in the OMUN class: Mrs. Meiser will be holding an organizational meeting in her room (116) during the afternoon club A rotation on September 6. There are some changes to how we will be operating for the students in the club this year, so please make it a priority to be in attendance. Conference dates for 2019 are December 8-10. 
  • If you do not have a parking pass or your parking pass in not visible, you will receive an after school.
  • If you do not sign out for clubs in the afternoon and we have to track you down, you will receive an after school. 

 

September 4th

  • We are on club bell "A" schedule this Friday, September 6th

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  • A special Happy Birthday to Brandon Chaney
  • Attention freshmen wishing to pay class dues: You can pay Mrs. Meiser your $10 class dues during enrichment (room 109) or in between classes in room 116. Please bring exact change, or have checks made out to RVHS with your name on the memo line. 
  • Attention to anyone interested in intramural volleyball: See Mr. Gray during your lunch period to pick up a team roster sheet.  Rosters will be due TODAY at the end of the day.  Team captains are to collect money and turn it in with your roster.
  • Attention young ladies of River View High School: applications are now available for Coshocton Canal Queen and Princess. Princess candidates are age 10-14 and queen candidates age 15-19. In addition to other prizes, the queen also earns a cash award upon completion of her reign. See Mrs. Meiser in room 116 or stop by Roscoe Visitor's Center for an application. Completed applications are due September 9. 
  • Attention students interested in OMUN who are NOT in the OMUN class: Mrs. Meiser will be holding an organizational meeting in her room (116) during the afternoon club A rotation on FRIDAY. There are some changes to how we will be operating for the students in the club this year, so please make it a priority to be in attendance. Conference dates for 2019 are December 8-10. 
  • The River View Boys Soccer team suffered their first defeat of the season to the New Philadelphia Quakers 5-2. The Bears record now stands at 3-1-1 on the season. The Bears trailed at the half 2-0 and would go down 5-0 before they were able to finally able to put one in the back of the net off a cross from Drew Ireland to Reas Pepper. The Bears would score again quickly off of a Reas Peppers cross to Jordan Bryant. The Bears seemed to have all the momentum but just ran out of time. The Bears will next be in action Saturday at West Holmes.

    The JV team also fell to the Quakers by a score of 4-2. Their record now stands at 2-2-1.

 

September 3rd

  • We are on club bell "A" schedule this Friday, September 6th

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  • A special Happy Birthday to Melany Wine, Tara Cooper, Zach Howell, Hallie Roberts, Ella Casey, and Jason Affolter.
  • Attention to anyone interested in intramural volleyball: See Mr. Gray during your lunch period to pick up a team roster sheet.  Rosters will be due next Wednesday at the end of the day.  Team captains are to collect money and turn it in with your roster.
  • Attention Baseball: There will be a meeting next Weds., Sept 4, in room 200 for anyone interested in playing baseball in the spring. If you can't make it, please see Coach Smoulder 
  • Attention young ladies of River View High School: applications are now available for Coshocton Canal Queen and Princess. Princess candidates are age 10-14 and queen candidates age 15-19. In addition to other prizes, the queen also earns a cash award upon completion of her reign. See Mrs. Meiser in room 116 or stop by Roscoe Visitor's Center for an application. Completed applications are due September 9. 
  • Attention freshmen wishing to pay class dues: You can pay Mrs. Meiser your $10 class dues during enrichment (room 109) or in between classes in room 116. Please bring exact change, or have checks made out to RVHS with your name on the memo line. 
  • Attention students interested in OMUN who are NOT in the OMUN class: Mrs. Meiser will be holding an organizational meeting in her room (116) during the afternoon club A rotation on September 6. There are some changes to how we will be operating for the students in the club this year, so please make it a priority to be in attendance. Conference dates for 2019 are December 8-10. 
  • Congratulations, River View Cross Country on a successful race this past weekend.  The boys were runner up in the Large School Division led by Javin Robinson and Nathaniel Stamper.  3rd for the team was Conner Stevens-Woolery followed by Sam Adams, Colton Miller and rounding out the varsity spots were Austin Philabaum and Brady Philabaum.  Boys runner of the week is Ashton Fries. The Lady Bears were 4th lead by Berta Vidal, followed by Ashlyn Seiler, Shyanne Rahn, Dilyn Tumblin, Kaity Stanton, and Elizabeth Birkbeck.  Lady Bear runner of the week is Allie Mizer. 
  • The River View Boys soccer team tied the Ontario Warriors 1-1 after a second-half comeback. Ontario struck first off the foot of Kyle Woods early in the first half. But the Bears would rally back as Senior Andrew Martin received a pass from junior JT Roberts that he blasted into the back of the net midway through the second half. The Bears record now stands at 3-0-1 on the season. The Jv game also ended in a tie 0-0. The Bears improve to 2-1-1 on the season
  • Girls varsity soccer lost their first game of the season to Wooster at the Labor Day Showcase on Monday, 4-1.  Hailee Bowman scored a goal and Raychel Smalley had 10 saves in the goal 

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