Florida's Pledge of Parental Involvement:

"I pledge to support my child’s education to the best of my ability. I will have high expectations for my child to succeed in school and in life. I will make my child’s education a priority, and model positive actions and attitudes. I will partner with my child’s school to ensure I am informed and involved in all aspects of my child’s education, and will be an active advocate for my child’s education. I understand that education is the key to success, and will do everything I can to nurture my child’s ability to learn."


Renaissance Learning parent Page

A Parent's guide to AR

Stop Bulying

Watch the school district's "Tell Somebody" video that talks to students about how to handle situations that may arise in their schools.

Parent Portal



Parent Portal to View Grades:

Checking your Grades Online - Tutorial

The Parent Portal provides grade and attendance information parents need to stay fully involved with their student's academic progress. 

To access your student's grades: You will need two numbers: the 10 digit student identification number and the Personal Identification Number (PIN). The PIN number is the last 4 digits of the student id number.

Your student's id number is printed on report cards, FIC update sheets, progress reports and other school documents. You can request that the school send the number home with the student. If you should have any questions concerning your student's grades, please contact your student's teacher.

E-mail Notification is also Available: A feature within the Parent Portal allows parents to keep track of their child's grades by email notification. Simply sign up for the e-mail notification after you log in to the Parent Portal. After receiving a verification email, you can download the Parent Email Authorization Form, sign it and return it to school to complete the registration process. Please be aware that both the online request and the form must be completed in order for you to begin receiving emails.

The Florida Department of Education’s Bureau of Family and Community Outreach is pleased to send you our “Just for Parents” newsletter. 

Box Tops, Campbell Soup Labels

Avery and Box Tops for Education
Avery is proud to be the first office products company to participate in the Box Tops for Education® program. Clip Box Tops for Education® from over 500 participating Avery school and office products and give them to Riverside Elementary School. If your office purchases Avery products and you would like to donate the Box Tops to Riverside Lakes Elementary School, we would be more than happy to schedule a pick up or provide you a postage paid envelope for you to mail us the Box Tops.  If your office supports our school by donating Box Tops, we will be sure to mention your donation in our marketing materials. If you would like to mail your collection of Box Tops, please mail to: 3400 East Redstone Avenue Crestview, FL 32539.  Thank you for your support.

Join the Box Tops for Education Booster Club and Support Our School

Visit the Box Tops for Education website and become a “Box Top Booster” for Highland Lakes Elementary. Our school could earn up to $60,000. You can also view a current list of products and if purchased will help us earn additional money for our school.

Clip and Paste Box Tops to Help Earn Money For Our School
Clip the General Mills Box Tops for Education labels. Ask family and friends to help by clipping box tops for you and by becoming a “Box Top Booster”. 

 Download and print the Box Tops Collection Sheet.

  1. Clip and paste the box tops. Special Note: It would be very helpful if you would clip the box tops on the red dotted line.
  2. Put your child’s name and grade on the back of each label or if using the collection sheet write it on the bottom of the sheet.
  3. Turn the labels in to your child’s teacher monthly.


Collect Campbell’s Labels to Help Earn Money For Our School
Visit Campbell’s Labels for Education and view the current list of products that have these labels.

  1. Clip & save UPC’s and Caps from participating labels for education brands.
  2. Put your child’s name and grade on the back of each label.
  3. Turn the labels in to your child’s teacher each Monday.

SACThe School Advisory Council (SAC) is the state-mandated governing body for schools.
The responsibilities of SAC include approving the school budget, School Performance Plan, and A+ bonus plans. If you are interested in helping your school by becoming involved in SAC, please come to the meetings. All parents are invited to attend.





Mary Lee Pair- President

Melissa Sebring -Vice President

Lauren Gonzales

Katrina Schriber

Contact our PTO:  

 Parent Involvement Plan

Riverside Elementary School has a Parent Involvement Plan. Our plan is written with input from our School Advisory Council (SAC). Our plan includes activities such as Reading Night, STEM Night, and Art Night just to list a few. We always welcome parent input- your comments, suggestions, and questions help us best serve your child.

A hard copy of our plan is available for review in our front office.

  • Link to Teacher Resources
  • Link to Student Links
  • Link to Parent Portal
  • Link to Eagle Cafe
  • Link to Calendar
  • Link to PTO
  • Link to Facebook
  • Link to Faculty and Staff
  • Link to Music

Link to Online Volunteer Application

Link to ClassLink Program