Friday, March 10, 2017

Student of the Month - March

Student - Teacher Who Nominated
Anna Burke - Scott Gunther
Deanna Brady - Taletha Judy
Lizzy Wood - Janilee Taylor
Megan Ruggles - Mike Johnson
Marie Swanigan - Patricia Marshall
Jaron Hall - Allison Porter
Danella Cubas - Melissa Usher
Issac Chai - Steward Hudnall
McKenna Broadhead - Katie Borgmeier
Tanner Gurr - Jason Weimer
Kyle Nielsen - Trudy Pecorelli
Breanna Peterson - Amy Goodrich

MDT Tryouts

Auditions for next year's MDT class will be held Monday, March 27th (Singing) and Tuesday, March 28th (Dancing).  Students need to attend BOTH auditions.  The audition packet can be found in the Main Office and on the RHS website.

Positions are now open for 2017-2018 Stage Crew members.  If you would like to be a part of the RHS Stage Crew, please visit with Mr. Eaton in the Drama Room for a quick interview.  

Friday, January 27, 2017

Riverton High Arts Department Presents

Come support our talented students!


Second quarter was a busy one for FCCLA! In November, we spent time getting ready to participate in the Festival of Trees.   We were then able to take a field trip to enjoy the members hard work in this service learning project!  Megan and Madison Sansom, both Utah State Officers have put in lots of hard work getting ready for the Region Conference.  It will be held February 8th at BYU.  Riverton FCCLA is excited they will have 18 students who will participate in STAR events.  We also would like to recognize the 26 students who have started and are currently working to complete Power of One, where students set goals in 5 area of their life they wish to improve.

RHS Choir Tryouts

TRYOUTS for the 2017-18 school year will be held on FEBRUARY 23-24, and the 27 in the choir room (#1901).  Sign up for a time slot to audition for one of our three top choirs:

A'Cappella Concert Choir
Cadence Women’s Choir
Madrigals Chamber Choir

Encourage your student to audition!!

Thursday, January 26, 2017

Girls Golf

All those interested in trying out for the girls golf team, we are having a player/parent meeting on Tuesday, February 21st at 3:15 pm in room 1403. Please come and meet the coaches and get all the information for our up coming season.

Thursday, January 19, 2017

Sterling Scholar Nominees

RHS 2016-17 Sterling Scholars Department Nominees

Peyton Smith (Instrumental Music)
Erin Jessen (Social Sciences) 
Kaitlyn Wallace (Dance) 
Taylor Jacobson (Business & Marketing) 
Jonathan Mousley (Math) 
Samantha Petersen (English) 
Benjamin Fisher (Science) 
Ashley Kunz (World Languages) 
Kimberly Young (Computer Technology) 
Robert Saunders (Skilled & Technical Sciences) 
Ashlin Lee (Family & Consumer Sciences) 
Gentrey Jeppsen (Theater Arts) 
Taylor Knorpp (Vocal Performance) 
Josh Marchant (Visual Arts) 

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Students of the Month - January

(Student and teacher who nominated them)
Mikey Rowe - Clin Eaton
Skylar Hinojosa - Megan Murdock
Megan Seng - Sam Rogers
Jake Powell - Rhonda Spivey
McKenzie Richardson - Becky Tueller
Kynlee Bingham - Laura Taylor
Kyli Peguillan - Paul Moizer
Kylie Park - Jordan Vance
Hazen Stowell - Daniel Melville
Christian Erickson - Christine LeBel

Student of the Month - December

(Student and teacher who nominated them)
Blake Lewis - Dan Henderson
Ricki Lloyd - Tamara Rajczyk
Kathleen Rice - Robert Allred
Nikki Cram - Josh Briggs
Kaylan Davis - Leslie Thompson
Ronnie Gilbert - Mindy Tidwell
Haylie Winters - Candace Foringer
Christian Erickson - Christine LeBel
Melynne Thomas - Belva Parks
Samantha Trujullo - Shauna Mitchell
Clark Conrad - Scott Weber
Taylor Hilton - Michael Perry

Student of the Month - November

(Student and teacher who nominated them)
Ethan Borg - Tiffany Linney
Bridger Kirkman - Chase Englestead
Elizabeth Maynard - Cindy Morrey
Teagan Perry - Robert Morris
Katherine Van Wagoner - Amy Johnson
Brooklynn Gee - Jeanne Yamashita
Levi Hunick - Angela Pommerening
Saylor Lighten - Andrew Powers

Thursday, October 27, 2016


October has been so much fun for FCCLA! We had our region activity at Cornbellies, our chapter activity about financial fitness, and started to plan Power of One. November should be fun as well, we have our thank goodness its FCCLA Friday coming up on November 4th, and our chapter activities will be on November 10th and 17th. We will be working on service projects to be ready for the Festival of Trees.  If you meet the criteria you can qualify to go on the Field Trip to Festival of Trees on November 31st.  See Mrs. Williams for more information.

Winter Sports Tryouts!

If you re interested in trying out for a winter sport, please check the school athletic page and find out when tryout dates, times and places are for their specific sport. 

Wednesday, October 5, 2016

From the Driver's Ed Department


Thank you for not parking in the maroon parking stalls in the north parking lot between 2:30 & 7:00 p.m. Monday – Friday and Saturdays between 7:30 a.m. & 2:00 p.m. We want to save you $120 in towing fees!  Park in a yellow stall and you will be golden! Thanks for your cooperation. Always assume there will be a range, we conduct about 75 sessions every quarter.

DRIVER EDUCATION students (& parents)

Do you have your Learner Permit? You need to obtain your permit from the Utah Driver License Division BEFORE* your classroom quarter begins ( You must score a minimum of 80% on the Utah Driver Handbook examination to apply for a Utah learner permit. Coach Galley has Utah Driver Handbooks available free of charge in his classroom and he also offers the test free of charge in Room 2626 before school (Mondays & Tuesdays) at 7:00 a.m. You may also directly to the D.L.D. to take the test. Thanks!

*15 years and 3-5 months is our recommended time for getting a permit. This allows for adequate practice time and also prevents the need to renew the permit when it expires after 1 year. Many students turn 16 before they have completed the class and all driving phases. Getting your permit on your 15th birthday usually leads to spending another $15 at the Driver License Division. Save yourself the hassle.


Our popular Dr. Ed. Parent Nights are scheduled in the auditorium each semester for a parent(s)/guardian(s) of current Dr. Ed. students. We encourage you to plan ahead and save the date. Please note that the general public, other family members, or friends are invited to join you in attending this free, powerful presentation. The Zero Fatalities Parent Night is informative and can be life-saving and life-changing, and it is a great family night out!

1st & 2nd Quarter Dr. Ed. classes
Monday, October 3rd, 2016      7-8:15 p.m.   R.H.S. Auditorium

3rd & 4th  Quarter Dr. Ed. classes
Monday, March 6th, 2017       7-8:15 p.m.   R.H.S. Auditorium

Friday, September 30, 2016

Girls Basketball Open Gym

Open gym for girls basketball will be held from 6:00 pm until 7:30 pm on the following days:
Tuesday, October 25th
Wednesday, October 26th
Tuesday, November 1st
Thursday, November 3rd

Parent tryout information meeting will be on Thursday, November 3rd at 7:30 pm

From the Art Department

WHAT IS YOUR STORY?  is the theme this year for Reflections. All art is due by October 24th

THEME: Utah Landscapes 
Deadline is November 23
25 scholarships of awarded ($250-$5,000). 
For more in formation  contact or 801-236-7557

The University of Utah Women's Resource Center serves as the central resource for educational and support services for women.
Submission Window: September 12 - October 21
$1000 scholarship 
For more information:
Art Department is taking a walking field trip to down town Salt Lake on October 6th. Ms. Riley and Mrs. Harris are in charge of the field trip. It is a photo opportunity for future ideas for student art projects. We are learning about aesthetics.

Advanced ceramics students are learning about the ancient art of Raku firing.  They have made their own animal sculptures and will be firing them in the outdoor Raku kiln in October.  Ask a student for more information about it.

Student of the Month for October

Congratulations to the following students:
(Student and the teacher who nominated them)
Nancy Wang (Tyler Anderson)
Uzeikiol Curtis (Diane Struck)
Broc Stowe (Melissa Brown)
Jaylie Innes (Peggy Caughey)
Hannah Shire (Edward Willis)
Cayden Jacobson (Mac Frischknecht)
Kyle Peterson (Erin McGuire)
Carson Hansen (Michael Henriksen)
Kylee Schuenman (Steve Galley)
Ryan Garn (Andrew Terry)
Lexie Auger (Jennifer Riley)

Tuesday, September 6, 2016

RHS Performing Arts Department announces Auditions for

SIGN UP in the performing arts hall &


SINGING: 9/6 in the choir room

DANCING and CALLBACKS: 9/7 in the auditorium

CALLBACKS: 9/8 in the drama room

You MUST fill out a contract (including parent signature) BEFORE coming to the audition!

Prepare 16-32 measures from a Broadway musical

Accompanist provided



Friday, August 26, 2016

School Store News

Have you been looking for the perfect Riverton High School gear? Whether for a gift or for yourself, we have just what you’re looking for. Go to;, to find a huge variety of shirts, outerwear, hats, etc. Pick your team or club, pick your logo, pick your size, and your set. The product is shipped directly to you; no trips to the store or other inconveniences. You can also find a link to the store on the Riverton High home page (right below the calendar).

We have custom sunglasses available in the School Store. Choose from 80’s style and Sports style. These quality sunglasses help show your Silverwolf Pride and your stylish flair. Choose from Black and Silver or the limited edition of Purple and White.

FCCLA is excited to start off the 2016-2017 school year!   This summer our chapter sent nine students to Nationals in San Diego, California.  Our members did an amazing job representing Riverton FCCLA bringing home 6 gold, 1 silver, and 2 bronze medals!  Our chapter and two state officers have been busy this summer planning lot of activities and service projects for this upcoming year. Chapter activities will be the second Thursday of each month, with the opening social held in the tech atrium on September 8th.  We have a great year planned so make sure you get your membership forms quickly to Ms. Maxfield!