Artist-In-Residence Art Share Assembly

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Students from Kindergarten to third grade performed on Thursday, February 11.  The previous two weeks, students have been learning one of the following different art forms: visual arts, musical theater, storytelling and creative movement. Each art form enriched students’ knowledge, abilities and talents.  Some groups performed on stage while other projects are displayed at the school.  Thank you to the artists who spend so much of their time preparing and teaching the students at our school.  The students did an amazing job!

 

Kid's Marathon Information

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This year marks the third annual Provo City Kid’s Marathon run that Rees Elementary has been participating in.  Students are running 25 miles at school (between January and May) and will run the final 1.2 miles on May 7th in Provo.  Our goal this year is to reach 200 participants.  We love to see families come together to participate and encourage each other in this exciting event.  Those who participate will receive a t-shirt and medal.  Breakfast is served after the race too.  It’s $7.50 to register without a shirt and $10 to register with a shirt.  We hope to see you there!  To register

December Reading Carnival

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Students participated in a reading carnival on Friday held in their behalf.  Depending on how often a student reads, reading tickets are earned to spend at the carnival.  There’s so many options for students to participate in and it’s something that all of us at the school look forward to.  Students love it because they’re celebrating their hard work by reading at home.  Teachers love it because we get to see students’ progress and confidence grow. 

2nd Grade November Students of the Month

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Congratulations to the following students for their awesome behavior and work habits they are showing in their classrooms!  Students pictured in no particular order: Jordan Lister, Diana Mendoza, Millie Harms, Luke Mason, Maylynn Hunt, Tristan Webb, Hunter Holm, Hannah Johnson, Andrew Fuller, Bryana Ortega and Jason Wyatt.  Also pictured are second graders who have recently received a bronze or silver sticker for their Rees Wings.  Great job!

 

Rees Artists

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Students from the fourth, fifth and sixth grade classes performed on Friday, November 13 to share what they had learned during the two weeks of Artists in Residency at Rees Elementary.  Students were able to choose between 4 different art forms: visual arts, musical theater, storytelling, and creative movement.  Each art form enriched students’ knowledge, abilities and talents.  Some groups performed on stage while other projects are displayed at the school.  Thank you to the artists who spend so much of their time preparing and teaching the students at our school.  Everyone did such a wond

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