RGHS Ram-ily Connection
Partnering with Parents for Student Achievement
"A Message From the Principal"
Dear Parent(s) and Riverview Rams:
We are excited to welcome you to the 2021-2022 school year at Riverview Gardens High School. The past two years have been quite a challenge, with students and teachers discovering a new way of teaching and learning. This school year represents a time of restoration and resilience. On August 23, 2021, our scholars will return fully to our campus ready to resume in-person learning after being apart for over 17 months. Through our time apart we have been committed to developing new ways of learning, creating opportunities for academic and emotional support, while remaining committed to the safety and health of our high school scholars and staff. The time has come for us to make a necessary educational transition and we look forward to welcoming our Ram-ily of scholars back to our campus. We are committed to student achievement and understand that parental involvement in a student's education is a vital part of that success. Our high school scholars will be required to meet the following expectations:
- Clear and/or Mesh Book Bags ONLY for all scholars
- Refer to your SIS K12 Student Portal to review your schedule of classes and keep track of your academic needs.
- Be respectful of the staff, students, teachers, and administrators of Riverview Gardens High School on campus
- Stay focused on your education by actively participating in all instruction on campus. Please ensure that you are completing all assignments and preparing for tests. This is your time to shine. Stay on task from the start, so that you won’t fall behind. Remember that credits matter and are essential in your quest for graduation.
- Reach out to your Counselor or Social Worker for support as soon as the need arises.
- Check your district assigned email for any notices from your teacher.
- Always strive to do better than your best!
As your Principal, I am committed to your success and will do whatever it takes to assist you as you enter this next phase of your life as we transition back to in-person learning. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to call. Our team can be reached at: 314-869-4700. Thank you in advance for your help in committing to making this year one for academic and personal success. We will get through this together with Pride, Respect and Responsibility! Welcome back, RAMS!
Mrs. Traci Nave
2021-2022 RGHS Admin Team
Office 2: A-F
Mr. Alex Clark- Assistant Principal
Office 3: G-L
Mr. Jamison Rusthoven-Assistant Principal
Office 4: M-S
Dr. Monica Perry- Assistant Principal
Upper Office 9: T-Z
Dr. Jarret Smith-Alternative Ed. Administrator
Lower Office 9
Ms. Mashonda Behling-Special School District Area Coordinator
Mr. Zachary Thurwalker- Athletic Director
Home to School Coordinator Team
The Home to School Coordinator Team is committed to continue our efforts to support students and families as they connect with the school community during the 2021-2022 school year. We aim to encourage students to attend school regularly and strive for academic success. In doing so, we will connect with school counselors, teachers, administrators and community agencies to implement strategies and develop activities that will promote student success. Feel free to contact us using the information provided below:
- Mrs. C. Brown: Office 2 (A-F)
- Mr. D. Pitts: Office 3 (G-L)
- Mr. T. Martin: Office 4 (M-S)
- Ms. T. Pikes: Office 9 (T-Z)
Student Support Team
9th grade counselor: Ms. R. Ross
10th grade counselor: Mr. M. Wharton
11th grade counselor: Mrs. T. Beverly
12th grade counselor: Mrs. A. Graham
Social Worker: Ms. W. Ross
College Advisor: Ms. M. Morrison
2021-2022 Online Enrollment/Registration
If your child(ren) will not be returning to RGHS for the 21'-22' school year, please call 314-869-4700 and ask for assistance from a secretary to process their withdrawal from the district.
Additionally, if you need assistance requesting your transcripts please call 314-869-4700 ext. 22227 to speak to Ms. Redden.
RGHS Regular Bell Schedule
Student Class Schedule
- Student's lunch pin is their username
- Student's 6-digit birthday is their password, ie.091619 (September 16, 2019)
Click here to login and access class schedules, grades, and other important information.
RGHS Regular Lunch Schedule
RGHS Dress Code & Mask Guidelines
Technology Distribution & Assistance
Additionally, if you are in 10th-12th grade and you have lost or damaged a chromebook, you can ask for a replacement IPad.
Additionally, students must get a temporary ID if they forget it when they check in at school. The prices for temporary ID's and Replacement ID's are the following:
- Temporary ID= $ 1.00
- Replacement ID= $ 3.00
- Replacement ID and lanyard=$ 5.00
Student's Bus Information
Please check your email and your child's district email for the latest bus information from the district. If you did not receive your child's information, please contact one of the following secretaries for assistance:
Ms. A. Williams: (Last Names: A-F) --email@example.com
Ms. F. Shelby: (Last Names: G-L) --firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs. Harvey (Last Names: M-S) --email@example.com
Ms. B. Goodman (Last Names: T-Z)-- firstname.lastname@example.org
Please review the Student Handbook with your child to stay up to date with RGSD policies.
Expectations: Learning During a Quarantine
In the event that scholars and/or teachers are sent home for 10 days of quarantine, the affected group of students will participate in virtual learning with their classroom teacher. Students and teachers must log into Google Classroom for virtual learning during the quarantine period. Therefore, teachers will implement the concurrent teaching model that was implemented in Spring 2021, using the google classroom platform.
Click here to view the district's Return to School Plan for the 2021-2022 school year.
MO-CAP (Virtual learning option)
Please be mindful of the information provided below if you are considering switching your child to a virtual option.
Timeline: Virtual course enrollment requests must be made within the first week (5 school days) of the semester or upon registration for mid-semester transfer students from another public or charter school.