• RHM JR. Betas win 1st place Elementary Living Literature at State Convention!!

    Name: Beth Rivenbark
    Grade / Subject: K-5 PE/Health
    April 3-8, 2020. NEW ACTIVITY! Fun for the whole family! Name Game Activity. Click on assignments link for directions on how to play and have fun!!
     April 3-8, 2020 Activities for PE/Health: Click on Assignments!
    PE: Legs+ Arms Kids Exercise at Home on www.youtube.com. You will recognize the kids from Little Sports.
    Health: Review "Washing Hands" video and do "Talk About It" activity on www.brainPOP.com (brainPOPJr)
    April 2, 2020
    Hello EAGLES! I miss everyone of you! I hope everyone is doing good, staying home and staying safe! Remember how we talked about viruses, germs and ways to stay well back in January with our health lessons? Now is really the time for us to to do ALL those things. Remember to cough/sneeze into your sleeve/elbow and not into our hands! Don't eat/drink after others and dont be around people you know are sick if you can help it! Hopefully you will all stay well during this time! Remember to get out and play 60 minutes a day and get lots of Vitamin D from the sun! I will be posting some links to PE activities and Health lessons for you to try over the next few weeks. Hopefully we can all be together again soon. Keep Soaring Eagles!! WASH YOUR HANDS!!
    August 23, 2019
    Hello and Welcome Back to another great school year!! My name is Beth Rivenbark and I teach K-5 Physical Education/Health. I also coach the RHM softball team and am a Jr. Beta Club sponsor. I am beginning my 23rd year in teaching and this will be my 19th year at RHM! I was born and raised here in Duplin County and reside in my hometown of Wallace, NC in a wonderful neighborhood of family, friends and a few cats! I enjoy all sports, music, church activities, going to the beach/pool and just being outside. I am a 1990 graduate of Campbell University (B.S. Physical Education K-12) and a 1992 graduate of UNC-Greensboro (M.S. Exercise Science). K-5 students at RHM participate in PE/Health classes twice a week. Students are expected to wear tennis shoes and play clothes so they can participate to the best of their ability. I look forward to working with your children and teaching them how to live healthier lifestyles and how to make physical activity a fun part of everyday! If you have any questions/concerns, please feel free to contact me at school at 289-3667. 
    Beth Rivenbark
     We love Dr. Seuss!
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