RCHS Student Council is giving back to the community

Student Council members pictured are, Katie Finley, Devlynn Gehringer, Tabitha Mac, Savannah Antio, Nicole Kormos and Ally Duty.

Riverview Community High School Student Council members have been busy bringing positivity to the school and community. 

For their annual Charity Week, Student Council wanted to do something special for some of the people who have been working the hardest during the pandemic – hospital workers.

Members decided to put together four awesome raffle baskets – a gift card basket, Riverview swag basket, movie basket and snack basket. 

RCHS students, staff, and families purchased raffle tickets from April 19-30 with hopes of winning one of the baskets. 

The Student Council and their adviser, Mrs. Bollin, set a goal to raise $1,000, and it looks like they are right on track! 

All proceeds will be used to purchase meals for healthcare heroes at Beaumont Hospital in Trenton. 

In addition, the Student Council planned exciting surprises for Teacher Appreciation Week on May 3-7. 

To thank staff members who have shown creativity and flexibility during this challenging school year, members are delivering daily gifts including personalized thank-you cards, potted succulents, cookies from A Serendipity Cakery, and a video with student messages to show how much they care.

RCHS Student Council is proud of our teachers and community, and members are excited to be able to give back!