The collaborative efforts of students, parents, families, and local businesses played a crucial role in achieving this remarkable feat. The funds raised will contribute to organizing enriching assemblies, memorable field trips, and engaging student activities throughout the academic year. On November 3, the entire student body enthusiastically participated in the Harvest Hustle obstacle course, running 1-3 miles during their Physical Education classes. The challenge encouraged students to complete as many laps as possible within the allocated time. The event concluded with an assembly to recognize the top fundraisers and classes. The top two student fundraisers will enjoy the unique experience of being principal for a day. Additionally, the class that secured the highest fundraising total will celebrate with a well-deserved pizza party. The Harvest Hustle not only achieved its financial target but also fostered a sense of community and school spirit among Riccardi Elementary School students and their supporters.
Annually observed on November 13, World Kindness Day serves as a poignant reminder to prioritize compassion in our daily lives. It inspires both individuals and communities to break free from their usual routines and actively create a positive impact in the lives of others.
Riccardi Elementary School and the Parent Teacher Association recently celebrated the success of their annual Fund Run - Harvest Hustle, the school's most significant fundraising event of the year. The initial goal was set at $20,000, but the school community exceeded all expectations by raising an impressive $35,126.
Mystery Science is a new science curriculum the District is using to help teachers keep students curious.
We are delighted to extend a warm welcome to the newest addition to our District, Mr. Paul Tryon, who will be joining us as the principal of Riccardi Elementary School!
What a heartwarming day it was at Riccardi Elementary School as we gathered to celebrate the remarkable achievements of our Grade 6 students who are moving on to Junior High next year!