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2016 3rd Graders Learn Flood Preparedness

2015 RB Kinders Go to College

2012 Remodel

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History of Riverbank

Riverbank Elementary School, situated at the edge of the Sacramento River, the northernmost school in our district, started out as Washington High School in 1955. After River City High School opened, Golden State Middle School started here and remained a middle school until our district decided to go with a K-8 model instead of a single middle school. Our site could not initially hold the close to one thousand kinder through eighth grade students, so we opened the doors of Riverbank as a third through eighth grade school in 2008. In August 2012, after extensive remodeling, we welcomed our kinder through second grade students.  This year, we are excited to have preschool here on our campus!  Currently we have approximately 900 students enrolled in preschool through eighth grade.


Read more about our school transformation:

"West Sacramento's Riverbank Elementary School Gets Makeover"

"Riverbank Elementary School, K-8 Conversion"

Riverbank Elementary participated in a news conference as part of 2016 California Flood Preparedness Week on October 26, and students played the Flood Challenge computer game. See it on a news report from KCRA and read about it on West Sacramento City iLights

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Learn how you can be prepared for a flood and find resources at West Sac Flood Protect.