Riverview Center Character Camp

The following is information on a summer camp program from Riverview Center:

Riverview Center is excited to announce our 2021 Character Strong Camps! These camps will be catered to kids Pre-K-5th Grade and hosted by our Carroll County and Jo Daviess County Abuse Preventionist’s Arianna and Liz!

We are excited to share that we will be using a program called PurposeFull People this summer and we focus on 10 traits (Courage, Respect, Perseverance, Gratitude, Honesty, Kindness, Empathy, Responsibility, Cooperation, Creativity). We will cover one topic each day with children and have fun learning new skills! We will be hosting our sessions this year VIRTUALLY to make sure all of our friends are able to join us for crafts, activities, and fun! All sessions are 100% FREE and we encourage you to send the attached flyer to parents and those that may have children entering Pre-K-5th grade.

Sessions are 5 days each per session per two grade levels;

Groups are prek, K-2, 3-5. Students are able to attend BOTH sessions (different topics) but are not required.

    • Session 1 : Pre-k: June 21st-25th
    • Session 2 : Pre-K: Grade June 28th-July 2nd
    • Session 1: K-2nd: Grade July 12th-16th
    • Session 2:  K-2nd: July 19th-23th
    • Session 1: 3rd-5th: August 2nd-6th
    • Session 2: 3rd/5th:  August 9th-13th

We will have toolkits filled with art/craft/information items for each student each week for pickup or drop off. Some fun activities we have planned include creating mini greenhouses, sending cards to everyday heroes, songs, meditation, and more!

If you have any questions or concerns we encourage you to reach out to Arianna Grant in Jo Daviess County. Registration is required and please email us for the registration paperwork!

We hope to see your students for Character Camp 2021!

Thank you,
Arianna and Liz
Riverview Center
[email protected]

2021 High School Awards Ceremony

Here is the 2021 High School Awards Ceremony from Monday.

Not mentioned in the National Honor Society induction is Abby Winters. Congratulations to Abby on your induction to national honor society! And congratulations to all students who were honored this year!

NIU Syummer Reading Skills Program

Northern Illinois University Summer Reading & Writing Program

The following is information on a summer reading skills program offered by Northern Illinois University.

NIU Syummer Reading Skills Program

This summer, help your child become a confident, enthusiastic reader in the Summer Reading Skills Programs, taught by instructors from the Institute of Reading Development and offered through NIU Outreach.

Strengthen Skills, Build Confidence, Enjoy Reading

These programs teach key reading skills for every grade, from phonics and sight words for younger children, to comprehension, textbook strategies and writing skills for older kids, and everything in between.

Guided by a knowledgeable and supportive teacher, students in these programs experience reading success again and again, developing their skills and building confidence in outstanding books at the right level of challenge for each age.

Your child will build the skills, confidence, and motivation he or she needs to become an avid, enthusiastic reader, who enjoys reading for school and for pleasure.

How the Programs Work

Your child will attend weekly live online classes that build skills and provide great experiences with terrific books – books that are filled with interesting characters, exciting storylines, and engaging themes. Between classes, your child will practice reading and complete fun interactive lessons that develop core skills and build confidence.

An Institute of Reading Development teacher will provide all the support and instruction your child needs to grow as a reader and student.  Your child will get a jumpstart on the next school year and be ready to make it a big success!

Let’s Discuss Your Child’s Reading Development. 

Call to speak with a reading program advisor.


A variety of weekday and weekend options are available.

Secure Your Child’s Spot Today!  Class Size is Limited. 


On May 5, 2021 at 6:00pm, a meeting conducted by Warren CUSD 205 will take place at the District Board of Education room. The purpose of the meeting will be to discuss the district’s plans for providing special education services to students with disabilities who attend private schools and home schools within the district for the 2021-2022 school year. If you are the parent of a home-schooled student who has been or may be identified with a disability and you reside within the boundaries of Warren CUSD 205, you are urged to attend.

If you have further questions pertaining to this meeting, please contact Shawn Teske at 815-745-2653.

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Servant Leadership Coin War Fundraiser

Hello Warrior Families,

The Servant Leadership team is trying to raise money to help a local family who lost everything in a house fire just over one week ago.  The Servant Leadership Team will be holding a “COIN WAR” at the school over the next two weeks. After the two weeks they will donate the money collected to the family in need. Each grade level will have a bucket in their classroom so they can drop the change into their bucket. The change will be collected at the end of each day by the servant leadership team who will track the totals. As an added motivator the grade level that collects the most change will earn a pizza party for their efforts.