River Hall Elementary
HOME OF THE BOBCATS!
River Hall Elementary School
"Where Students Think They Can & They Do!"
2800 River Hall Parkway
Alva, Florida 33920
Telephone (239) 693-0349
Fax (239) 693-5307
"At River Hall Elementary, everyday presents new opportunities to learn and grow. Our students are our priority and our programs are designed to help all students realize their potential."
River Hall Elementary School
2800 River Hall Parkway Alva, Fl. 33920
School tours are available every Friday between 10-11:30a.m.
If this time does not work, please call us at 239-693-0349 to schedule your tour!
Welcome! It's a Great Day at
River Hall Elementary!
Principal Dr. LeMaster participated in the 2014 Southwest Florida Reading Festival!
The River Hall family would like to recognize Amy McGinley, who was named the Lee County School District Media Specialist of the Year! Thank you for all of the wonderful things that you do for our students, teachers, staff, and community!
River Hall Elementary School Students participated in a school wide Invention & Science Fair! Congratulations to our students who participated in the Edison Inventor's Fair!
Congratulations to Mrs. Jennifer Grida who represents one of the Lee County School District Golden Apple Teacher finalists! The River Hall family would like recognize Mrs. Grida for her dedication and achievements in education!
Principal Dr. LeMaster and Assistant Principal Mrs. Zenoniani
Our Mission/Purpose Statement
The goal, or mission, of River Hall Elementary is to provide a safe, secure environment that ensures the development of the whole child. Through successful experiences, all children will grow academically, socially, emotionally, physically and creatively.
The vision of River Hall Elementary is to educate all students to their fullest potential so they may become productive members of society.
To ensure that each student achieves his/her highest personal potential
To be a world-class school system
Family Reading Center
Our Family Reading Resource Center offers Kindergarten and First grade students and their families the opportunity to explore reading and build their home libraries. Students accompanied by their parents or guardians are able to come to the center and select books to check-out just like at a library. What is unique about our reading center is that every child who visits with their family can also select a free book to keep! The goal of the center is to develop and foster a life-long passion for reading, as well as give parents and guardians an opportunity to become more involved in their child's learning.
Hours of Operation: Tuesday and Friday (7:55-8:55am & 2:50-3:30pm)
Principal Dr. LeMaster, former principal Mr. Humfleet, and resource teacher Mrs. Riley at our Reading Center Grand Opening Celebration!
Student Practice aligned with State and Common Core Standards!
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It is truly a pleasure for us to welcome you to our school. We are looking forward to an exciting, productive, and rewarding school experience for your child in the upcoming year. We are glad to have you with us and want to assure you that we will do our best to help your child experience academic, social, and emotional growth. With your help and cooperation, this should be an excellent school year! We thank you for partnering with us to support your child's education.
RHE School Calendar - New
Upcoming Bobcat Events and Announcements
Just for Parents - New
Helping Children Do Better in School
Student Practice of Letters and their Sounds
Internet Sites for Extra Practice
SharePoint, District Email, Pinnacle, and more...
On behalf of the School District of Lee County and the River Hall family, we ask that parents take a few minutes to watch the district production, Staight Talk About Safety. This short video discusses various emergency procedures and how our school and district will communicate with you in the event of a school emergency.
Positive Behavior Support
River Hall Elementary is a Positive Behavior Support (PBS) School with school-wide criteria designed to foster a climate of respect, responsibility, academic excellence and safety. The PBS process is a team-based approach that requires strong collaboration between families and school personnel. The goal of PBS is to stop undesirable behavior by teaching new behaviors, changing the environment, and rewarding appropriate behaviors. It is a preventative and positive approach to assist students in working towards appropriate self management. Thank you for partnering with us to support PBS!
The 2012-13 SPARs Report for our school is now available for review in the front office and online at:
Where Students Come First!