In addition to Ms. Gulbronson being recognized as a teacher who supports the MLK Day contests, two of her students won in the 9th – 10th grade category of the Dr. King Essay Contest. freshman Noemi Gutierrez-Godoy was awarded 2nd place and freshman Chachee Lee was awarded 3rd place! They will be honored with our… [Continue Reading]

MLK Winners

Ms. Gulbronson was surprised on Wednesday, January 14th during her hour 2 class by Ronald McDonald, a representative from the Marcus Center of the Performing Arts, MPS representatives and news crews. She was honored as a teacher who has contributed to the writing, speech and or art competitions annually and incorporated the Dr. Martin Luther… [Continue Reading]

Gulbronson MLK

The new year brings Riverside to a historical milestone. 2015 brings us to 100 years of residency at 1615 E. Locust Street. Construction of the main building was completed in time for school to start in the fall of 1915. This past fall we welcomed our 100th senior class. Anniversary celebrations are being planned, new… [Continue Reading]

Anniversary Slider

Eighty seven students were presented with Academic R’s/academic pins this week for their academic achievements over the last two years. Each reporting period, students receiving a GPA of 3.0 or higher will qualify for Honor Roll recognition. Special recognition will be given to those students who obtain a 4.0 GPA. 3.0-3.49                Honor Roll 3.5-3.99                High… [Continue Reading]


The school media team (yearbook, website and commons) needs your pictures! Register at RePlayIt and upload photos of school happenings. Once you are registered, you can even upload from Facebook and Twitter. Then check back on the site to see what’s happening around the school! Calling all Alumni! We are celebrating 100 years of Riverside… [Continue Reading]


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