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Tuesday Quiz Day: October 22nd

This week's Tuesday Quiz Day was a seasonal one. Ron tested Phil on his knowledge of pumpkins.

 

Wednesday Game Day: October 16th

Phil and Ron were Kazoo Crazy this week during Wednesday Game Day. The two played a game of Kazoo Crazy during their get together.

 

Tuesday Quiz Day: October 15th

This week Phil and Ron took a journey in to the wild for Tuesday Quiz Day. Ron prepared a quiz for Phil on Rhinos.

 

4-H Medallion Found

Congratulations to Landon Layer and Logan Felton who were victorious in finding the 4-H Medallion that was hidden in Richland County in celebration of National 4-H week. The Medallion was hidden at the Fancy Creek/Gillingham Ball Park. National 4-H Week runs through Saturday, October 12th. Richland County 4-H will hold a special evening Wednesday evening (October 9th) at the Brewer Public Library in Richland Center. An open house will be held from 5:30-7:00 PM. For more information about Richland County 4-H programs call Karleen Craddock at 647-6148.

 

Richland Center Homecoming 2019

This week Richland Center celebrates its homecoming festivities. Ron fruit spoke with members of the Richland Center High School student council about this year's homecoming activities.

Tuesday Quiz Day: October 8th

This week Ron had a quiz on fire prevention prepared for Phil. See how well Phil did during this week's Tuesday Quiz Day. 

 

River Valley School Fair 2019

This week was River Valley's School Fair and Homecoming Week. Ron had a chance to attend the school fair and spoke with a number of students and staff who help put on the event this year. We would like to share the audio from those interviews with our online audience.

Wednesday Game Day: October 2nd

This week's Wednesday Game Day was all about Fibbing. Phil and Ron played a friendly game of Fibbers.

 

River Valley School District Transportation Announcement

Due to water covered roads, the River Valley School District is asking for assistance and patience with bus transportation. Student safety is the number one priority, and the district will do everything it can to ensure safe travel for students.

River Valley and Lamers Bus Company want to make everyone aware of the processes and procedures with the current conditions. First, state and federal guidelines do not allow bus drivers to drive through water-covered roads. Next, if a bus driver can't access a drop off location for a student, the bus driver will call the bus barn. The bus barn manager will contact the parent or guardian and attempt to set up an alternative drop off location. If an alternate location can't be determined, the bus will return the student to the student's school. The District will ensure supervision for elementary students that need to be returned to school for pickup. Middle School and High School students will have access to enter their respective buildings.

A similar process will be used during pickup in the morning. If a bus is not able to access a pickup location, the bus barn manager will contact the parent or guardian and attempt to set up an alternative pickup location.

Tuesday Quiz Day: October 1st

This week Phil and Ron welcomed in the month of October with a Tuesday Quiz on squash. See how well Phil did during this week's quiz.