School is closed until April 3rd.
We plan to resume classes on Monday, April 6th.
Updates can be found on our district Facebook page and through emails.
Big Horn County School District #4
Riverside Middle/High School Announcements
MISSION: To inspire, challenge, and educate students to become successful citizens
VISION: We are a community of responsible citizens prepared to achieve our potential, find our passion, and pursue our dreams
ANNOUNCEMENT: March 19
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Need to order a yearbook from past years? Then don't delay! Get your RHS Yearbook today!
Go to: rhs.picaboo.com
STUDENT AID (FSA)
Federal Student Aid is in its final stages of transitioning away from paper publications. FSA's current offering of publications and resources will continue to be available electronically.
· For Students and Parents go to gov/resources you can view electronic versions of publications, fact sheets, online tools, and other resources to help prepare and pay for college or career school. StudentAid.gov is FSA's informational website for students, parents, and borrowers.
Note: In summer 2018, we will provide guidance on StudentAid.gov for how students and parents can request paper copies of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) PDF after the Aug. 30 distribution shutdown.
KID CARE CHIP
The Children’s Health insurance program (CHIP) provides affordable health coverage for eligible Wyoming children and teens ages 0-18. Coverage: sports & back to school physicals, regular check-ups, immunizations, dentist visits, hospital care, mental health services, prescriptions, and more.
To apply call 1-855-294-2127 For more details visit health.wyo.gov/chip To apply online, visit wesystem.wyo.go v Enroll any time of the year.
Just a reminder, all 17- and 18-year-old guys: When you turn 18, the law says you have to register with the Selective Service (you can even register early!). It’s your civic responsibility and keeps you eligible for student loans, job training, government jobs, and driver’s licenses in most states. You can get your Selective Service registration card at your local post office or register at www.sss.gov.