Kid's Marathon Information Assembly

Attributions: 
Mrs. Ericksen

In an effort to promote healthy choices for our students we are excited to inform you that Run 13 has partnered again with our school for a kid’s marathon.  Over the next four months your child will be running each week towards their goal of completing a marathon (26.2 miles).  This running will take place at school with your child’s teacher supervising the running.  Over the next four months your child will set a goal to run 25 miles.  Then on Saturday, May 2 at 10:00am all student are invited to run the final 1.2 miles of our kid’s marathon in downtown Provo.  Each teache

A Day to Remember

Attributions: 
Mrs. Bird

If you were at Rees on December 4th you would have noticed second grade students, along with 5th and 6th graders from Multiage in their best dress. Why you may ask?  They were headed to Salt Lake City!  What an experience it was to see the Nutcracker ballet at the Capital Theater.  Students sat on the edge of their seat as they watched this amazing performance.  Special thanks to Ballet West and our Nebo School District Art Specialist for making this field trip possible.  It was a day to remember!

First Grade Star Students

Attributions: 
Mrs. Nixon

First Grade had their awards assembly and recognized some star students. As first grade teachers we appreciate these students for all of their hard work, good listening skills and being good examples to those around them. Top row: Gracie Betts , Kori Ekenstam, Kyle Webb, Shaiyne Olsen, Madison Duvall
Front row: Kayleigh Musso, Gavin Gull, Presley Knapton, Jocelyn Richards

Fun Run Fun

Attributions: 

The final event for the week of celebrating healthy life styles and smart choices was the Fun Run. Children who participated had a great time running and enjoying the healthy snack after the run. Look to see if you can pick out the fastest fun runners.

Ava Park Shares Talent with Class

Attributions: 
Mrs. Keisel

On Wednesday, Mrs. Keisel's second grade class was introduced to taekwondo, a Korean martial art.  It was Ava Park's turn to share one of her talents with the class.  She invited her father to come and teach her friends about it.  Students learned that technique is more important than power and that disciplining yourself is important in order to become a better person.  

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