Student Awards for Upper Grades

Attributions: 

The students from Multiage, 4-6 who received awards are listed below:

Sixth Grade:

Jake Taylor, David Skelton, Kim Barahona, Katie Perry

Valenna Penrod, Zander Pace, Jon Nelson

Multi-age:

Kaylee Sweat, Caden Daugherty, Kevin Mancia, Gavin Taylor,

Miya Frampton, Garrison Huff, Raigan Mayer, Isaac Fulwider,

Ammon Gathercal, Trinity Hunley, Jessica Lee, Charlize Fredrickson

Fifth Grade:

Adira Patterson, Brenda Rabidan, Abbie Fordham,

Sydney Adams, Kreighton Shumway, Emi Rocha

Fourth Grade:

Student Awards for Lower Grades

Awards were received by hard working students at the assembly on Thursday.  Listed are those who were picked to be highlighted for their efforts:

Third Grade:

Kodiak Johnson, Isaac Talhunter, Katy Wright,

Joshua Herrandez, Kaitlyn Wyatt, Adrianna Green, Riley Walton

Ian Hunt, Stran Fredrickson, Olivia Fordham, Miguel Martinez

Second Grade:

Carsyn Mikesell, Ean Love, Ava Harms, Alexa Little,

Asa Baugh, McKinley Hines, Brooklyn Dalton, Jayden Kennedy

Emma Hamberlin, Braxtyn Fowler, Autumn Jones

First Grade:

Tew's Tiny Teachers II

Attributions: 
Tew's Team of Tiny Teahers

Here is a synopsis of what happened in the afternoon of January 17th when the class was taking over by Tiny Teachers!  If you want to learn a lot of new things, drop by on a Friday afternoon!

Tiny Teachers

Attributions: 
rs. Tew's Kindergarten "teachers"

Friday, January 17th, Mrs. Tew turned the teaching of her class over to the students.  The minute the microphone was placed around their necks they began to astound the class with great knowledge.  Mrs.

Christmas Singing

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Old news, but good news:  Rees Elementary has a tradition of singing Christmas carols in the gym before Christmas.  Each grade level also has a chance to perform a number on the program.  You can scan through the pictures and see the holiday cheer as they sang out the old year as we now zoom into the new.

Colonial Days

Attributions: 
Fifth Grade

Here are some just discovered shots of the Fifth grade Colonial Days.  Looks like lots of fun and lots of learning!

Marathon Memo

Attributions: 
Mr. Pitcher

Monday, we had a guest speaker (a marathon runner) come and talk to the students about being active and healthy.  He talked about setting goals and working to meet these goals.  Our school wellness specialist (Bethany Ericksen) has arranged for a great opportunity to help suppoort kids in being active by running 25 miles over the next three months.  On May 3 there is a marathon scheduled in Provo that students can run the final 1.2 miles of the marathon (25 miles before hand and 1.2 miles the day of the race) and earn a medal and get a T-shirt.  Mrs.

Reading Carnival

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Children at Rees Elementary found that it pays to read.... and then return reading calendars to school.  It pays in tickets to attend and participate in the Reading Carnival.  Pictured are children having fun buying books, treats, and admission to games and activities.  there will be another Reading Carnival towards the end of the year, so don't forget to read, read, read, and report!

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