The Riverview Gardens Early Childhood Center (ECEC) is open to all resident children ages 6 weeks to 5 years old. ECEC offers a variety of programming opportunities for the youngest learners of our district. We strive to foster connections, inspire curiosity and develop lifelong learners by supporing families, children and the community.
RG ECEC is accredited by the Missouri Accreditation of Programs for Children and Youth as well as licensed by the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services.
For more information on how to enroll your child, please call 314.869.3211.
Riverview Gardens School District is now enrolling students K-12th grades at each assigned school location for the 2016-2017 school year. (Students entering kindergarten must be 5 years old before August 1st.) Call 314.869.2505 ext. 0 to find out which school your child will attend.
June 14, 2016 - August 4, 2016*
Tuesdays - Thursdays
9 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. (call the school for appointment times)
*Enroll by August 4th to ensure class assignment, schedule and transportation (if more than a mile).
If you are new to the district, please bring the following:
Student's birth certificate
Student's social security card
Parent/Guardian's proof of residency with child residing at the address
Copy of student's IEP or 504 plan if applicable
DCN number if necessary
If transferring from another school district please also include:
Previous school's address and phone number
Last report card (for students enrolling in 1st-12th grades)
Transcript and discipline report (for students enrolling in 6-12th grades)
Malinda Rowsey Named Riverview Gardens Teacher of the Year
Once again Riverview Gardens schools nominated some of the best educators in the districtand regionto represent their building as Teacher of the Year. In the annual Teacher of the Year Breakfast, all district nominees were honored for their exceptional dedication to students.Central Middle Schooltook the Best in Show Table Award for their unique and decorative table display.
Teachers were later honored at the Special Administrative Board Meeting whereHighland Elementary's Malinda Rowseywas announced District Teacher of the Year. All school honorees received awards and Cardinals Baseball tickets donated by Diane Stirling and Character Plus.
Malinda holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Harris Stowe State University in Early Childhood Education and a Master of Arts in Education and Innovation degree from Webster University. Rowsey has been teaching for 6 years, three of which have been in the Riverview Gardens School District.“Knowing that I make a difference and that the ripple effect of that difference has such potential to effect positive change, is very rewarding”, notes Malinda.
Malinda Rowsey will represent the district and compete for the state honor later this year.
Nicole Stockmann Honored for Exceptional Life Saving Efforts
Riverview Gardens nurse Nicole Stockmann recently received a Citizens Award at the Bellefontaine Neighbors City Council meeting for her role in saving a man's life. Late last year, Nicole administered life saving measures to a gentleman who was in cardiac arrest in front of Gibson Elementary School. Her training and cool demeanor helped to stabilize the man until EMS and police officers arrived.
In addition, she will be honored for her life saving activities at the 2016 East Central Region Life Saving Awards Banquet in May.
Opera Theatre announces Artists-in-Training competition winners (St. Louis Post Dispatch)
Every April, Opera Theatre of St. Louis' Monsanto Artists-in-Training program, now in its 26th year, provides college-level voice lessons for high school students from around the region. AIT is a musical success story; recognized as one of 10 model American programs for at-risk youth, it helps to turn around lives while simultaneously providing educational benefits. Among its alumni are operatic success stories Jermaine Smith and Julia Bullock, along with many who've gone on to successful non-musical careers.
Every year, the current crop of AIT students give a recital to show what they've learned, and to compete for scholarships. On April 10, the 23 members of the program's class of 2015-16 competed for a total of $11,250 in scholarships, with renowned mezzo-soprano Denyce Graves as adjudicator.full story
Joshua Woodard won 4th place at the adjudication recital and received a $400 scholarship, the youngest student to place!!! Click on the following link and hear Joshua approximately one minute into the video. view video
TheBoys & Girls Clubs of Greater St. Louis(BGCSTL) is excited to announce that we are applying for a 21st Century Community Learning Center Program grant from the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education for a new Club site in the Riverview Gardens School District!
The 21st Century Community Learning Centers Program creates community learning centers that provide academic enrichment opportunities for children, particularly students who attend high poverty and low-performing schools, to offer students a broad array of enrichment activities that can complement their regular academic programs.
BGCSTL is dedicated to ensuring that our community’s youth have greater access to quality programs and services that will enhance their lives and shape their futures. For nearly 50 years, BGCSTL has provided a safe place for youth who need us most to learn and grow. Through the support of 21st Century Community Learning Centers, we can expand our reach and impact more youth to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens.
BGCSTL is completing the application for the 21st Century Community Learning Center. To review the application or for more information, please contact Indigo Sams, Vice President of Operations at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater St. Louis,here
The mission of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater St. Louis (BGCSTL)is to inspire and enable youth ages 6 to 18 to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens. For nearly 50 years, BGCSTL has been providing after-school, teen, sports and summer programs to youth in the St. Louis area while also providing a safe place for them to learn and grow. The Clubs now serve St. Louis youth at six locations (Adams Park Club, Ferguson Middle School Club, Herbert Hoover Club, O’Fallon Park Club, Hazelwood Southeast Middle School Club and Twillman Elementary School Club) and within several other schools (including Normandy High School and Roosevelt High School) and through our Mentor St. Louis Program.