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Riverside Elementary School

Welcome Back, Rams!

A group photo of a student with her family after being recognized as student of the year

Gaby G. named Rotary Student of the Year

Group of Riverside staff members stand behind a table full of gifts and goodies

Riverside "Teachers Rock"
Verizon Gives Back

Riverside students hold up their third place trophies from Battle of the Books
Choir students perform for the Heroes program at Riverside Elementary
Four students smile for a portrait in front of their STEAM project board
elementary students climb on a rock wall

Welcome to Riverside Elementary

Home of the rams

We are a school community dedicated to academic success, social responsibility, and the pursuit of lifelong learning. Our typical enrollment is about 400 students in kindergarten through fifth-grade.

Our school motto is “we show up and never give up”. We believe in building positive relationships, creating positive experiences for students and families, and focusing on academic growth. Read More

School News

A rocket launching into the air with the words kindergarten launch

If your child will be five by September 1, 2024 it's time to get them registered to launch into kindergarten. We will have an orientation program for parents at each of the elementary schools and activities for the children. 

A picture of the outside of the Performing Arts Center in springtime.

Grants Pass School District 7 and Four Way Community Foundation are proud to announce the launch of a fundraising campaign to preserve the Grants Pass High School Performing Arts Center (PAC).

A 25th-anniversary celebration of the Performing Arts Center will take place on Saturday, May 18, 2024. The celebration will be an evening of music, theater, and dance.

Colored pencils on a table with notebooks and sticky notes on top of them.

Check your student's grade level to view the needed supplies for the 2023-24 school year.

Our district will again be providing all elementary students with basic supplies such as pencils, scissors, paper and/or crayons.

A leaking pipe corrodes beneath the stadium of Grants Pass High School

The Grants Pass School District 7 Board of Directors has approved a debt restructuring plan that aims to address safety and facility needs across the district.

The $12 million generated from the restructuring will be used to make necessary upgrades across the district, with a focus on improving the safety and functionality of school buildings.

A picture of the children's book Toys Go Out featuring a sting ray and buffalo and children's feet

For a fifth year, every elementary student in Grants Pass School District 7 will participate in One District, One Book. The annual program creates a shared reading experience across the district.

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