May 2017

Free Summer Lunch

Attributions: 
Amy Darrington, photo from uah.org

Spanish Fork City Center Library Park (100 E. 50 S.)  

Monday-Friday from 11:30-1:00 PM 

June 5th-August 18th

No registration required

Children must eat food on site.

 

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ADDITIONAL LOCATION AND SERVING TIMES: 

Visit fns.usda.gov/summerfoodrocksText ‘FOOD’ to 877-877Call 1-800-453-3663 

Swim Day

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Thanks to all for a successful swim day!  Tomorrow is the last day of school and students are dismissed at noon.  Hope everyone has a safe and fun summer!

Second Grade May Students of the Month

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Congratulations second graders!

Rachel Vakalala, Johnny Robles, Madilyn Kaydan, Tyler WattsKamryn Martinson, Emmanuel Vargas, James Anderson, Gordon Cluff, Sarah Dye, Sydney Emery, Gavin Collett, Austin Jones, Dallin Young and Shaun Ekenstam.  Also pictured are students who have recently earned another brag tag for math fact pass-offs.

Free Summer Meals!

WHO: Youth up to age 18

WHAT: Free healthy lunch

DATES: Mondays - Fridays June 5 - August 18 *No distribution 7/20-7/24

TIME: 11:30AM - 1:00PM

WHERE: Spanish Fork City Center Library Park 100 E. 50 S. (Spanish Fork)

No registration required

Children must consume food on-site

Contact Kerri Duncan with questions at 801-887-1251 or kerrid@utahfoodbank.org

Last Day of School

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The last day of school is Friday May 26th, with school getting out at NOON.  Lunch will be served early that day.  We hope everyone has a wonderful and safe summer break!  

6th Grade Graduation

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Article by Amy Darrington

The year is quickly coming to an end, and our 6th graders are looking forward to their graduation from Elementary School.  We will honor them on Tuesday May 23rd at 10:00 AM in the gym.  We can't wait to see all the amazing things these wonderful students will accomplish in their future! 

Teacher Changes For Next Year

Attributions: 
Amy Darrington

The end of every school year is welcomed with happiness for the accomplishments and memories made, and sadness for the changes that it brings.  We are sad to lose many of our friends this year and appreciate all they have done for the students at Rees Elementary.   We wish them the very best in their future endeavors. "Truly great friends are hard to find, difficult to leave, and impossible to forget."  G. Randolph  

Teachers Retiring:

Mrs. Ellen Anderson (literacy coach)

Teachers leaving to stay home with families:

Graduations Galore

Attributions: 
Photos and Article by Amy Darrington

We are so proud of our little REES EAGLES who have graduated from Preschool and Kindergarten this week.  We know they will SOAR on to great things in their future.  

Mrs. Keisel - Second Grade Teacher

I have taught for eight years.  Seven of them have been here at Rees in second grade!  I have two daughters - three years old and eleven months old.  I enjoy playing games, camping, eating yummy food and watching movies.  When I have spare time I like to bake, read, catch up on Netflix or nap!

 

I like purple, but I don’t like red.  

I like mashed potatoes and gravy, but I don’t like ketchup.

I like volleyball, but I don’t like soccer.

I like cantaloupe, but I don’t like cherries.

Tony Chestnut

Attributions: 
Tara Hunt

To end the school year and celebrate our kindergarten buddies, Mrs. Hunt's fifth grade class taught Mrs. Chidester's class the song and motions to "Tony Chestnut."  We've had a lot of fun getting to know and help our buddies and look forward to seeing these students as first graders. 

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