River Valley is committed to creating a future-driven school district focusing on innovation, career exploration across all grades, and workforce development. Using the RIASEC language and prioritizing student identity are integral parts of our school culture, focusing on all students’ strengths, interests, and work-place values so that they know there is a place for them in this world. River Valley takes a student-centered approach and understands the importance of the human process of personal development.
Mr. Philip Martell, Superintendent of the River Valley School District, was invited to join leaders at the White House for a summit to establish best practices and recommendations for schools to protect their digital infrastructure against cyber threats.
Superintendent Philip Martell represented River Valley School District at the event hosted by First Lady Dr. Jill Biden, Education Secretary Miguel Cardona, and Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas. The event, “Back to School Safely: Cybersecurity for K-12 Schools,” aims to enhance school security and highlight resources available to the education sector.
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The grant to River Valley School District in Indiana County builds on Governor Josh Shapiro’s commitment to investing in programs that provide skill-building opportunities for Pennsylvanians and build a strong workforce for our businesses
Meet Mr. Eric Westendorf, Principal of the River Valley Middle School.
Purchase your River Valley Middle/High School Yearbook for $65.
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Temporary traffic pattern changes begin 10/5/23.
Registration is open now through October 20, 2023.
River Valley School District is selling Pink Out t-shirts. Proceeds from ALL money collected will be donated to Birdie’s Closet at IRMC. Birdie’s Closet is a unique boutique that provides a broad base of resources for women diagnosed with cancer.