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“Pull the Shades and Black-Out Cyber Bullying” was today’s theme. Students dressed in black and wore their sunglasses to promote internet safety today. We also had an assembly on how to be safe while on the internet. Tomorrow is the fun run. Be sure to wear running shoes and red and green.
Crazy, cool, slick, spooky, delicious-looking, and all other sorts of hair roamed our school building today. You, parents, are so creative! It was CRAZY! Thanks for all of your time and effort in helping your child join in on this day of “Use your head. Be safe and say NO to drugs!” Tomorrow is Wear a Hat and Crazy Socks Day.
This is my 17th year at Rees. I have one son, his name is Michael. My husband’s name is Randy. I enjoy working in my yard, playing softball and drag racing cars. I enjoy spending time with my family. I have 2 brothers and 1 sister.
Some fun facts about Mrs. Painter
I like black, red, and navy blue, but I don’t like baby blue.
I like steak and potatoes, but I don’t like lobster.
I like softball/baseball, but I don’t like hockey.
I like watermelon, but I don’t like Honeydew melon.
Students in Mrs. Keisel’s and Ms. Dekker’s second grade class have been learning about matter. We’ve talked about how matter is a solid, liquid, or a gas. There are many ways matter can change. A solid can change its shape by folding, biting, squishing, crumpling, etc. Liquids can change their shape if being poured.
Here are some student responses to what they know matter is:
“Matter is…a solid, a liquid, a gas.”
“Matter is…something you see and feel and smell and taste.”
“Matter is…right here.” (pointing to a friend)
Congratulations to these second graders! They have demonstrated outstanding behavior in their classrooms for the month of September. Way to fly, Eagles!
Students pictured: Landon Holt, Lydia Richards, Hannah Johnson, Sara Miller, Kloey Anderson, Kenslee Burnette, Maria Lundgreen, Justin Wilkerson, Megan Palmieri, Traeke Seitzinger, Hayzel Olmos, and Gavin Collett.
Dear Parents and Students:
It is time for our first Box Tops for the Arts drive. The drive will run October 3-14. Please make sure that each of your Box Tops has a visible, valid expiration date and product code. We will be having a competition between the grades to see who can collect the most Box Tops. The grade that wins will get a treat!
This is a super simple way to earn money for the school. Please continue collecting or start collecting and help your grade win. Please turn all Box Tops in to your teacher.