Riverside Re-designated as School to Watch

Assistant principal, Jeff Brooke, welcomes students and special guests Riverside principal, Jeni Hirschy, talks about the programs and changes that have been made at Riverside since it openedMeredith Perks, Regional Director of the Office of U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly congratulates students and staffMayor Mark Senter says the staff, administrators and students of Riverside make the Plymouth community a positive force to be reckoned with.Shirley Wright, Executive Director of Indiana Middle Level Educators AssociationStudent representatives present Riverside's new School to Watch bannerState Representative District 17, Tim Harmon stressed how teamwork pays offPCSC Superintendent, Dan Tyree, congratulates Riverside students and staff

Riverside Intermediate has been re-designated as a School to Watch. Riverside is one of ten schools in the entire state to receive this honor and is the only intermediate school out of the ten. Nationally there are just over 370 Schools to Watch and Riverside is one of them. Educators from Riverside will be traveling to Washington D.C. in June to accept the national award for the school. "To be designated is quite an accomplishment, but being re-designated is a more difficult task," said Shirley Wright, Executive Director of Indiana Middle Level Educators Association.