Welcome to Rees Elementary

We welcome you to Rees Elementary School's website and hope that you find it enjoyable and helpful. Rees has a history of excellence in education for over 100 years, and we are looking forward to many more successful years. We appreciate the partnerships we have with parents and community members as we work collectively to help all students learn. Thank you for visiting our website.

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Safe Walking Route Information 2015-2016

Parent Information Guide 2015-2016

Distict Summer Art Studio Information and Registration 


2016 Debate Team

Photo and article by Brittney Crowther

Congratulations to Rees Elementary's 1st Debate Team!  These students have worked hard all year to prepare their speeches for Nebo School District's Debate Competition, and they did great.  Good luck to those students going to the State Debate Meet Friday!


Teacher Appreciation Week - Day 2

Photos by Ryan Pitcher

Once again, the PTA has proven their specialized culinary skills!  They don’t only serve dinner on SEP Conference nights (that happens three times a year), but also serves us breakfast during teacher appreciation week.  They snatched their Blendtecs and Ninjas from their cupboards to whip us up some healthy green and fruit smoothies.  Yum!  Yum!  


Teacher Appreciation Week - Day 1


As teachers approached their classroom doors Monday morning, smiles instantly appeared.  Doors were plastered with paper in the most creative ways!  The fabulous PTA committee continued the tradition of decorating the doors to show appreciation to the faculty and staff here at Rees.  We are grateful to work at a place where they are noticed and appreciated by such wonderful parents at our school.  Thank you so much for your support!

(All doors are not pictured.  However, all doors look incredible and are very much appreciated.)


Farm Field Days - 2nd Grade


The second grade went to Harward Farms on April 1st.  Students learned different aspects of agriculture and how it provides for us each day of our lives.  It’s a perfect field trip for second graders because it ties directly into the second grade curriculum.   The first thing we learned about was where wool comes from and how it is used.  We even watched a sheep being sheared!  Some of the other things we learned about are: