The Student Artists of the Month for September and October 2023 are Noelle Allison and Jet Wilbur. Noelle is a 6th grade student at FAPA; her artwork is entitled “We Boldly Go.” Jet is a 3rd grade student at the Riverside Student Center; Jet’s artwork is entitled “Deep into My Mind.”
Gina Corby-Potter (pictured) is the new principal at Springs’ Riverside Student Center. She has worked for private and charter schools for 17 years, teaching K-8, and as an athletic director and principal. This is her first year at Springs. She likes animals, traveling to historic landmarks, reading and playing, and coaching sports.
Sixth-grade students at Springs’ Riverside Student Center learned about percentages and decimals, reported teacher Liz Foscaldo.
Students at Springs’ Riverside Student Center (RSC) have returned to school after summer break and are enjoying a new campus upgrade: AstroTurf on the playground. Students have been utilizing it for outside learning activities, reported Kim Ballantyne-Morse, principal.
Springs 8th grade Homeschool student Gwyneth Mcintyre, 13, will exhibit her award-winning research project at the Riverside County Office of Education’s Virtual Science and Engineering Fair Expo 2020 event on September 26, 2020. Her project explored what type of toothpaste would protect her teeth best.
The Riverside Student Center’s Aiden and Cassandra Donovan come from an exciting family of broadcaster/podcasters. Their parents, Chris and Evelyn, are involved in the industry themselves, and Aiden launched his own podcast, Aiden’s Arcade Academy, last fall. Aiden reviews video games, father Chris said, and “he really impresses us with some of the info he has stored in his brain.” Shows are less than 10 minutes long; he also has a YouTube Channel, The Boy Aiden. Continue reading
Springs held its annual Schoolwide Science and Engineering Fair. The winners included: Continue reading
Riverside Student Center Principal Victor Uribe has installed sensory decals for students. The decals allow students needing physical break time from learning so that they may step, push, jump and otherwise expend accumulated energy during the day. Continue reading
The Riverside Student Center, which serves grades K-8, is having a Family Winter Wishes Program, reported Victor Uribe, principal. Continue reading
Students in the Riverside Learning Center’s First Lego League class enjoyed a presentation on space and robotics from Tom Munnecke of NASA’s Solar System Ambassadors Program, reported Jill Collopy, a learning center teacher. Continue reading