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eNews, 05/21/2021

Dear Riverdale Heights Families,

Online 21-22 Registration: If you have not already registered your student for the 21-22 school year, click here for instructions.

Meals Available for At-Home Learners: Meals will be available every Monday from 10:00 am – 11:00 am for 100% online learners. You’ll pick up all your meals for the entire week. You must fill out this form every week by Monday at 6:00am to register for the meals. Meals are currently free because of a government program.

Bus Drivers Needed! The search for the right drivers is paramount to our success because the best drivers = the safest kids. Durham School Services is hiring! If you’re interested in learning more, click here.

Support PV Foundation: Grab some dinner at Chipotle on the 29th from 5:00pm to 9:00pm and a portion of your payment will go to the PV Foundation’s Run with Carl. Click here to get the flier you need to show them at the register.

Forest Grove PTA Meeting: Please join us for the last PTA meeting of the year. Thursday, May 27, 5:00 pm. Forest Grove PTA has invited you to join a video meeting on Google Meet.

3rd Grade Orchestra Sign-Ups: It’s not too late to pre-register for orchestra! All current 3rd grade students are welcome to sign up for orchestra for next year - for 4th grade! Please see the PV Orchestra Website for more information as well as to pre-register. Please contact Mr. Lee Starovich if you have any questions!

PV Boys Swim Camp: Click here for more information for the camp for incoming 5th-8th grade boys.

Junior High Sports for 21-22: To sign up for a fall sport at the Junior High, you need to sign up with Family ID. Click here for instructions. You also need to provide an updated physical every year. We will no longer be collecting paper physicals; you must upload them to Family ID.

Fall Sports

  • 7th and 8th Grade Football

  • 7th and 8th Grade Volleyball

  • 7th and 8th Grade Cross Country

  • 7th and 8th Grade Cheerleading

Robotics for 21-22: Do you enjoy working with a team to find creative solutions to real-world problems? Are you curious about coding or robotics? If you answered yes to both of these questions, FIRST Lego League might be right for you. FLL:Explore is for students in grades 2-4. FLL:Challenge is for students in grades 5-8. Students will work as a team to define a problem, create a solution, and present their ideas while simultaneously working to code a Lego robot. If you are interested in participating in FLL in 2021-22, please fill out the following form prior to May 31. Teams will be formed at your school once volunteer coaches have been identified.

Grades 2-4 (next year): Grades 5-8 (next year):

Robotics Coaches Needed: We are in need of volunteer coaches for FLL:Explore (grades 2-4) and FLL:Challenge (grades 5-8) at all elementary schools for 2021-22. Coaches do not need to know a lot about robotics! You will be given the materials you need to successfully lead a team of 3-10 students. Explore teams meet for 1 hour per week January-April with an Expo in April Challenge teams meet 2-3 hours per week from August-December, with competition (typically) held in December. Without coaches, we are unable to form teams. If you are willing to volunteer, please fill out the form at: prior to May 31. If you have any questions, please contact FLL:Challenge Coordinator Angie Brand at

PV Soccer Tickets: HomeTown Ticketing is required for all postseason boys soccer matches. All tickets must be purchased online prior to the event - no cash sales. Tickets will go on sale Friday, 5/21 at 9 a.m. for PV’s match on Monday at Spartan Stadium. Fans can go to the ticket page on the IHSAA website to purchase tickets. Game time Monday is 6:30pm, gates will open at 5:45pm! Good luck Spartans!

COVID-19 Vaccines: If you are interested in getting a vaccine for yourself or someone in your family, click here for a full list of options in Scott County.

LeClaire Library Summer Programs: Click here for fun at the LeClaire Library and check out their youtube page.

Putnam Museum: Click here for the Pollinators Pallooza event and here for more information about what’s going on at the Putnam.

Bettendorf Parks and Recreation: Summer Playgrounds Program Let us help your child have a summer packed with fun! Encourage them to attend their neighborhood Playgrounds program! Seven (7) locations are staffed to provide your child with a variety of supervised activities including athletics, games, special visitors, arts and crafts, field trips, and MUCH more! This program is for children ages 5-12 (must have completed Kindergarten). Program Runs June 7-August 6 and meets EVERY Monday-Friday from 12:30pm-4:00pm. Cost is $50 for Bettendorf Residents and $125 for Non-Residents. Register before May 23rd to avoid late fees. Any questions, please call 563.344.4113. Click here to register today!

Bettendorf Parks and Recreation: Summer Tot Lot Program Choose the weeks that work best for your family! Field trip fees are included in the weekly registration fee. Activities include socialization, games, storytelling, arts and crafts, special visitors, physical activity, and more! This program is for children 3-5 years old, meets EVERY Monday-Thursday at Veterans Memorial Park from 9am-11am. Week 1 begins June 7, and it’s almost FULL! Cost is $50 per week. Register before May 23rd to avoid late fees. Any questions, please call 563.344.4113. Click here to register today!

Sporting Iowa East Soccer Registration is open for tryouts for the 2021-2022 season. We also have opportunities for players in the Elite Club National League through Sporting Iowa Central. See our Facebook page for more information.

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