Due to inclement weather, Redbank Valley School District
will be closed today, January 16.

In the interest of safety, Redbank Valley School District has created the following Safe Walking Routes for students to utilize when walking to and from the school. To view each route in PDF format, please click on the link for the area you would like to view.  Each route can be downloaded and printed. In addition to the maps, we have provided a handy PDF guide full of tips for parents and caregivers who are interested in letting their children walk to school.

To The High School

From New Bethlehem

From South Bethlehem


To The Primary School (New Bethlehem Elementary)

From New Bethlehem


Safe Routes to School Guide for Parents and Caregivers

Redbank Valley currently offers the following extracurricular activities:


  • Baseball - Coach Craig Hibell
  • Boys Basketball - Coach Emmanuel Marshall
  • Girls Basketball - Coach Chris Edmonds
  • Cheerleading - Coach Tonnia Burkett
  • Cross Country - Girls Track & Field - Coach Mike Fricko
  • Football - Coach Ed Wasilowski
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  • Powder Puff Football - Coach Brittany Weaver
  • Boys Soccer - Coach A.J. Blose
  • Girls Soccer - Coach Michael Dawson
  • Softball - Coach John Sayers
  • Boys Track and Field - Coach Andy Rex
  • Volleyball - Coach Matt Darr
  • Wrestling - Coach Mike Kundick
Athletic Director
Mr. Roddy Hartle
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  • Bible Club - Mr. Joe Harmon
  • FBLA - Mr. Tom Logan
  • FFA - Mrs. Kate Gruver
  • Foreign Language Club - Mr. Bill Weaver
  • Journalism - Mrs. Jane Digiammarino
  • Library/Media - Miss Jill Boyles
  • Marching Band - Mr. Eli Terwilliger
  • National Honor Society - Mrs. Amy Whitling & Mrs. Lyndsey Blystone
  • Outdoor Club - Mr. Kody Wolff
  • Robotics Club - Mrs. Deb Dinger & Miss Jill Boyles
  • RVBJP - Mr. Mike Fricko
  • Spark Club - Mrs. Julie Aaron
  • Student Council - Mrs. Brittney Weaver
  • VALLIS - Mrs. Tracie Bonfardine
  • Ski Club - Mr. Andy Rex (click below for more information)
Below are a few links to websites that will give you tips on living a healthy lifestyle

* Nutrition.gov: Provides easy, online access to government information on food and nutrition for consumers.

* Superkidsnutrition.com: It's mission is to create future healthier generations through good nutrition. Saving the World, One Healthy Food at a Time! This website has interactive links for children to have fun and learn about healthy ways of life. Appropriate for children 3 years of age through 8th grade.

* Eatright.orgInforms and explains to parents how eating healthy food provides the energy and nutrients that young children need.

* The USDA: A leader in food and human nutrition information dissemination since 1971, provides credible, accurate, and practical resources for nutrition and health professionals, educators, government personnel, and consumers.

* Foodchamps.org: A wonderful interactive website for children to explore delicious and fun ways of eating healthy. Appropriate for children 3 - 8 years old.



* The CDC: This, along with other federal government health-related websites, have many useful lists of health websites, especially for kids and teens.

* KidsHealth.org: More than just the facts about health, as part of The Nemours Foundation's Center for Children's Health Media, KidsHealth also provides families with perspective, advice, and comfort about a wide range of physical, emotional, and behavioral issues that affect children and teens.

* Girlshealth.gov: Developed by the Office on Women's Health in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, this website's purpose is to promote healthy, positive behaviors in girls between the ages of 10 and 16. This website gives girls reliable, useful information on the health issues they will face as they become young women, along with tips on handling relationships with family and friends, both at school and at home.

* The Scrub Club®: Designed for children who are 3 - 8 years of age and focuses on the importance of personal hygiene.


Every student that participates in a recognized extra-curricular activity will be required to pay an “Activity Fee”.  This one-time annual fee will range from $50/student or $100 for families with 3 or more children.  The fee will be paid after tryouts, but before the first official competition or presentation of the first activity of the school year for the student.  This payment can be made in the main office with cash or check.  Checks should be made payable to Redbank Valley School District (RVSD).

Under no circumstances does the payment of this fee guarantee participation or playing time.

Season Passes    
  Student Free Admission
  Single $50.00
  Family $100.00
  Senior (62+) $50.00 (Lifetime Pass)
Varsity Gate Fees    
  Adults $5.00
  Students Free Admission
JH/JV Gate Fees    
  Adults $3.00
  Students Free Admission


WELCOME to Redbank Valley’s Title I
Online Parent Resource Center!

Involved Parents Make a Difference!

Click here to view Redbank Valley School District's Elementary Schools Compacts and Policies

As a Title I parent, you are encouraged to become an active participant in your child’s education. There are many ways for you to do this. A great way to start is to attend open houses along with other school events. These offer opportunities to get to know teachers and other parents in a relaxed atmosphere. You can also volunteer in the school, classroom or PTA. Most importantly keep in touch with your child’s classroom teacher, Title I teacher, and other school staff throughout the year. Call, write notes, send e-mails and be sure to attend parent/teacher conferences.

Another way that you can help your child is to work with him/her at home. We have provided several links that explain the reading process and provide you with activities and ideas to use with your child at home. Click on any of the resource links below to learn more.

Create a Family Reading Habit

Build Reading Skills and Comprehension

Instill a Love of Reading in Your Child

Motivate a Struggling Reader

Make Read-Alouds Come to Life!

Connect Reading to Real Life

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