RVHS seniors work on projects

RVHS seniors work on projects

The COVID-19 pandemic hasn’t stopped River View High School seniors from working on their projects.

The River View junior varsity cheerleaders helped Riley Roberts with her senior project.

Roberts’ project is improving citizenship in the schools. One activity was giving Christmas cards to people she did not know at basketball games because a good citizen is compassionate. She challenged these people to pay it forward and do the same.

Due to COVID protocols, Roberts could not attend the games. The cheerleaders volunteered to distribute the cards for her as their part of good citizenship.

For the second year, a River View senior project has two senior girls shopping, cooking and delivering approximately 42 meals to shut-ins for Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter.

Trinitee Marshall and Kaitlyn Hammons decided they wanted to continue the project. Meals included ham, scalloped potatoes, green-bean casserole, cranberry salad, homemade rolls and gingerbread cake. Also included were fruit and cheese boxes. This project is real life learning and gives back to the community.