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School Phone Number Change​
​​The new phone number is 470-254-1980
Workers recently installed new telephone ​equipment. The directory, with new extension numbers, is being updated.​
Please be patient during this transition. Thank you.


​​​Summer Office Hours
​Tuesdays & Thursdays, 9am-2pm

The school front office will be open on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9am-2pm​. Seniors may return caps and gowns and pick up diplomas at these times. Regular office hours (7:30am-4pm) resume Tuesday, August 4, 2015.​​


Georgia Department of Driver Services Certificates of Attendance
Students, please allow several working days for the school staff to process Certificates of Attendance. The front office cannot process incomplete forms. The school processing fee is $2.
                      Georgia DDS Attendance Form​  ​​


​9th Grade Orientation Thursday morning, August 6 (8:30-10:30am)
The meeting begins promptly at 8:30am in the Auditorium for 9th grade students and their parents. Following a special program and introduction, freshmen will receive schedules, learn about cafeteria payment options​, bus schedules, and more. Bring checkbooks to purchase lockers, Raider gear, and to join the PTSA, BOB, PABA, the RAA, and the Foundation. ​​   Back to School Forms & Information

10th-12th Grade Orientation Thursday, August 6 
Tournament Gym        10th grade, 10:30-11:15am
                                   ​ 11th grade, 11:15am-Noon
                                    12th grade, Noon-12:45pm
Pick up class schedules. Bring checkbooks to pay PTSA dues, purchase lockers, join BOB, PABA, the RAA, and the Foundation. Raider Gear will be available to purchase. Find out about Bus Schedules, Lunch Payment options, Parking Permits (Juniors and Seniors only), and more...      Back to School Forms & Information



Welcome, Assistant Principal Dr. Gladys Peoples
​A veteran educator, Dr. Peoples has almost 20 years of teaching, counseling, and administrative experience. She joins the Raider Administrative team from Chattahoochee High School, where she served as an Assistant Principal. ​Dr. Peoples earned her Bachelors and Masters Degrees from Eastern Kentucky University and her Doctorate of Philosophy in Educational and Counseling Psychology from the University of Kentucky.

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Welcome New Counselor, Shamona Harrell
The Counseling Department is pleased to introduce Shamona Harrell as the counselor for students whose last names begin with the letters Ri-​Z. Ms. Harrell joined Fulton County Schools in 2006 as an IRR teacher at Banneker High School. She moved from the classroom to serve​ as a Counselor and, in the 2014-15 school year, was the Head Counselor. Ms. Harrell has Master's Degrees in both Special Education and School Counseling. ​



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News, Honors, and Accomplishments
(visit the News & Media Gallery for the complete stories)


Class of 2015 Senior Spotlight on Tianna Seidel

Fulton County Schools selected one senior from each high school for its 2015 Star Senior Showcase. Congratulations to Tianna Seidel for representing the Raiders in this year’s video. 

Seidel, a dedicated member of the Raider drama program, loves the theatre and everything that goes with it. In addition to acting, she learned technical aspects of the stage, including lighting and sound design, as well as costuming and set building. 

       
Learn more & view the June 2015 Video Interview in the News & Media Gallery


Miller Drafted by San Francisco Giants

Congratulations to Jalen Miller, Class of 2015, for being selected in the June 2015 Major League Baseball draft. The San Francisco Giants drafted Miller in the 3rd Round, 95th overall.​

Read the June 16, 2015 Neighbor Newspapers article by Monica Burge




Congratulations, Graduates! 
The Class of 2015 graduated on Thursday, May 21 at the Cobb Energy Centre. Each year, the school bestows three special awards to outstanding seniors. Congratulations to: ​       
  • Atlanta Journal & Constitution Cup:  Rachel Carlson
    The AJC Cup recipient displays not only academic promise but also demonstrates initiative, enthusiasm, energy, and strong leadership skills. The AJC Cup winner is an exemplary student who serves as a positive role model. 
      
  • Principal's Cup:  Skyler de Groot
    The Principal's Cup goes to the senior who best exemplifies the spirit of Riverwood. Basic criteria include academic scholarship, athletic participation, and demonstrated leadership. Most importantly, the recipient of this award has a history of mutual respect for those of other races, cultures, and beliefs.

  • Faculty Cup: Madeline Sibert 
    The Faculty Cup recipient is well-rounded, excelling in scholarship as well as extracurricular pursuits. The Faculty Cup goes to a young person whose positive behavior, extra effort and “can do” attitude is emblematic of what is right with today’s youth.

Flying Club News
After a long winter break, the flying club finished strong. Congratulations to Seniors Christine Tyre, Niissceede Parra Franco, and Vincent Vitale. Two of the Seniors, Tyre and Parra Franco, have been flying since their Freshman year. On the first weekend in May, the group took two aircraft with two certified flight instructors from the Gwinnett Airport to the Winder Airport and then over Lake Lanier and back. The weather was perfect for flying. Vitale went on his first discovery flight. Special guest, Emma McCaskill, joined the Club for the May outing. Alan Sohmer is the faculty sponsor.




​Boyd and Kinsey Earn "Superior" Score at Georgia Student Media Festival
Congratulations to Tianna Boyd and Marvin Kinsey for winning the highest possible score in the May 2015 Georgia Student Media Festival. Their project, "Speak Up," was one of more than 830 entries from across the state to advance from local and district competitions. Judges evaluated 
excellence in production, writing, creativity, lighting, and impact.

The Georgia Student Media Festival celebrates outstanding student-produced media projects. The Georgia Association for Instructional Technology (GAIT) and the Georgia Library Association (GLA,) in partnership with Georgia Public Broadcasting (GPB) and Clayton State University (CSU), sponsor the annual event. 



Raiders Win Positive Athlete Georgia Awards
Raiders Named Positive School of the Year
Three Students Named Positive Athlete of the Year
The 2014-15 school year was the first time Riverwood participated in the Positive Athlete Georgia program. Congratulations to the three Raider Positive Athletes of the Year: Pascal Acree (Tennis), Bayne Jarvis (Cross Country), and Danielle Jenkins (Swimming). Furthermore, the school won the 2014-15 Positive School of the Year.                 

                          learn more


Sophomore Organizes MarchOn Weekend
Natalie Peek, a 10th grade student, created MarchOn to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the Civil Rights Movement’s Bloody Sunday. It was a full weekend of study culminating in a trip to Selma, Alabama and a walk across the famous Edmund Pettus Bridge. Peek organized activities to increase social and political awareness among teens.

  Learn more in the News & Media Gallery​

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Visit the Principal's Notes Page to keep
up with the latest news from Dr. Shaw:​
A four minute communications tutorial (updated July 2015)​:


Fundraisers & Service Projects
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Raider Discount Card

Support the Raider Football program with a $20 donation and receive a 2015-16 Raider Card with 12 months of discounts at 26 local merchants. Card valid until May 1, 2016. Also includes one-time use coupons to Express Oil Change.​ Available from any Raider football player or contact parent volunteer Trish Hope (hopehouse@att.net).​learn more

A​mazonSmile
Log into AmazonSmile​ and designate the "Riverwood High School Foundation" before shopping on the entire Amazon site. Amazon donates a percentage of all eligible purchases to the Foundation
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Kroger Community Rewards
Shop at Kroger and support the Raiders. Already have a Kroger Plus card? Register online to designate the Riverwood High School Foundation (organization number 14852​) and start shopping.  Need a Kroger Plus card, or need ​more information? Sign up at Kroger.com/communityrewards

Publix Partner Cards: Free partner cards available in the school front office. Every purchase made at Publix counts; for every $37,500 spent, Riverwood receives $250.

Raider Pride Magnets
$5 Magnets support the Lady Raider Volleyball program. 

Available in the school front office, or from Coach Leigh Hudson 



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