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Welcome to Riverbank Elementary School

The Riverbank School Community works collaboratively to deliver a focused, research and standards-based program to educate and develop empowered, motivated, responsible and respectful learners who master grade level standards. Go Otters!

Spring 2019 Book Fair is coming!!!!

Book Fair dates: April 8th – April 12th

Shopping hours: Before & After School

                                During Student Lunches (with pass)

Special activities: We will be open during Open House!  Wednesday, April 10th!


Click on the link below and check out ewallet:



To check out the on-line fair, please click below:



Our Online Fair is available from April 3rd to April 21stBooks purchased ship to Riverbank School for free!  We will deliver the books to your student’s classroom!    


NEW digital payment option: Book Fair eWallet! Now your student can shop the Fair without carrying cash on them! Visit our Book Fair homepage to learn more and to create an account using your credit card.  At the book fair, students can use the eWallet to shop without the worry of losing their money.

WUSD Board Brief March 2019

Before and After School Care - The Washington Unified School District Board of Trustees have been committed to and investigating options for expanding before and after school child care services for ...more

Is my child too sick to attend school?

Parents, below please find the District Policy on student illnesses.  It is available in English, Spanish, & Russian:

Keep Home Sick Flyer-English-Spanish-Russian 3-20-18.docx (DOCX)

Summer Bridge Program 2019

All incoming 9th grade students are invited to sign up for the River City High School (RCHS) Summer Bridge Program 2019.

Summer bridge programs are designed to ease the transition to high school and support a student’s educational journey by providing the academic skills and social resources needed to succeed in a high school environment. Spaces are limited so don’t let this exciting opportunity pass by. Please sign and return the application form to your child’s teacher or the district office by April 1, 2019.


Application forms are available in EnglishSpanish, and Russian.


If you have any questions, please contact the RCHS main office and ask for Deanna or Jamie at (916) 375-7800 ext. 2078 or 2077.

TK & Kinder Registration!

Opening Day

January 26, 2019, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.


The New Year kicks off a new enrollment cycle for the kindergarten and transitional kindergarten in West Sacramento’s premier school district.


Birth Date Cut Off for Transitional Kindergarten

Your child is eligible for Transitional Kindergarten if his/her 5th birthday falls on or between Sept. 2, 2019 and Dec. 2, 2019.


Birth Date Cut Off for Kindergarten

Your child is eligible for Kindergarten if his/her 5th birthday falls on or before September 1, 2019.


Required Documents

  • Child’s Birth Certificate
  • Immunization Records (Must be current)
  • Proof of Address (Utility bill, mortgage or rental agreement)
  • Physical (Must be after August 2018)
  • Dental Exam


Registration Locations

You will need to register your child at your neighborhood school. Use our online school locator tool at: www.wusd.k12.ca.us



If you have questions please contact the WUSD Student and Family Support Services Department at (916) 375-7600 ext. 1370.



PIQE is back! Parent Institute for Quality Education



It's not to late to sign up and be a part of this year's amazing parent engagement workshops as our school district partners with the Parent Institute for Quality Engagement (PIQE) in 2019.


PIQE is hosting a series of parent workshops at Westmore Oaks Elementary School Library designed to educate, empower, and transform parents with strategies to more actively engage in their children’s education and strengthen parent-school collaboration in order to improve the academic success of students. 


Throughout this multi-week workshop, PIQE’s signature program fulfills its goal of educating, empowering, and inspiring parents of K–12 school age children to take an active role in encouraging and enabling their children to: Stay in school; Improve their academic performance; Develop healthy and constructive relationships with parents, teachers, and counselors; and, prepare themselves for a future college and career.


English Flyer:


Spanish Flyer:



Volleyball 2018 Champions!


Riverbank K-8 Elementary School

Home of the River Otters

1100 Carrie Street

West Sacramento, CA 95605

Phone: 916-375-7700

Fax: 916-375-7709


Hortencia HernandezPrincipal


Carmelita Goldsby, Assistant Principal



Join us at 8:15 in the Library for

Coffee & snacks:

April 25th

May 31st


Missed the event?  You can still register!

Bring the information listed below to our

office and register your student in person!

TK & Kinder Registration Flyer

TK & Kinder Registration Flyer

Otterific Awards

Shop with A Cop!

New for the 2018-19 School Year!

ALL Wednesdays are minimum days, including the first day of school for, August 15th.

*Kindergarten will begin minimum days on August 22nd

There have also been changes to our Daily Bell Schedule, please click here for details.

See the Instructional Calendar for holidays, minimum days, conference weeks, as well as Back to School and Open House nights, and daily schedules for all grades.



Access Riverbank flyers by clicking on the peachjar logo below.

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Office Hours

Monday - Friday

7:30 am - 4:00 pm


Julie PinolaSecretary I


Bianka Garcia, Secretary II

Combating Bullying at Riverbank

What is Bullying?

  • Bullying is when someone repeatedly and on purpose says or does mean or hurtful things to another person who has a hard time defending himself or herself.

What are We Doing?

  • We take every report of bullying seriously
  • We interview students and conduct an investigation
  • If the bullying report is founded we submit a formal report to our district office as directed by AB 9
  • Students involved will receive consequences based on our progressive discipline policy


Suspected Bullying Report

Complete this form if you have credible information regarding a bullying incident. Please forward to the site administrator immediately.

Complaint Policy

How to Resolve a Complaint

The first step in resolving a complaint is to speak with the staff involved and/or the administrator of the school site. If there are issues that cannot be resolved there ...more


Parent Guidebook 2017-18

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