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Next week is our annual S.O.A.R. week. Students have spent a lot of time the past four weeks reviewing and learning more about SERVE and SUPPORT, AIM high and ACHIEVE, OWN Our Actions and Words, and RESPECT. Next week we will celebrate with some fun activities, an assembly, and the opportunity for students to give service to others. This flyer was sent home today, but in case it didn't make it home you can refer to it here. Let's have a great S.O.A.R. Week Eagles!
What a fun Back to School Celebration students, parents, and Rees Staff had this week. Rockdaddy gave an extremely entertaining performance while families enjoyed dinner, face painting, and informational booths. Families learned about Title I services, PTA, literacy and math support at home, student support, S.O.A.R, and many other things. Many thanks for everyone who helped with this fun-filled family night!
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Free and Reduced-Price Meals
If you haven't had a chance to fill out the online application, you still have time!
Applications for Free and Reduced-Price Meal Benefits are available online. You must apply each school year for benefits. Meal Benefit Applications are processed for benefit eligibility at the Nebo District Office site in Spanish Fork by an authorized Child Nutrition Representative beginning mid-July. For assistance with your application, call (801) 354-7438 or visit the Nebo District Office (350 S Main, Spanish Fork 84660).
A Disaster Shelter Live Tour & Preparedness Fair will be held on September 16, 2019, at the Nebo School District's Summit Center. The Red Cross will be setting up a shelter and will provide a free meal for the first 400 attendees. There will be preparedness classes which you can sign up for. If you and your family are interested in seeing what a shelter looks like, you may want to attend this fair.
The Uplift Parenting Conference is the initiative of First Lady of Utah Jeanette Herbert. Five presenters will be giving Tips Talks. Presenters include: David Osmond, Brad Barton, Jessie Funk, Collin Kartchner, and Clay Olsen. Topics range from resiliency, addiction recovery, social media, and anxiety.
Welcome to the 2019-2020 School Year! We can't wait to see our Eagles SOAR this year!
Mark it on your calendar- REES OPEN HOUSE: AUGUST 15TH FROM 4:00-5:30! We welcome returning students and especially our new Eagles to the nest. It will be an exciting year!
First Day of School is Monday, August 19th. Bell rings at 9:00! School will let out at 2:30 for early out day.
First Day of Kindergarten is Monday, August 26th. School will let out for early out day at 11:15 for AM and 2:30 for PM.
Preschool Open House: September 3rd from 10:00-12:00
Students will notice more additions and improvements to our playground this next school year. Our wonderful PTA donated two trees to plant on our school grounds to help beautify the school even more. Mr. Burraston and crew worked hard today and planted them in the ground. Thank you to the PTA for serving and supporting our school!
School is out, the hallways and classrooms are empty, teachers are on vacation, but no worries! This week we had some amazing volunteers from NuSkin show up to repaint the playground four square courts and U.S. map as part of their Force for Good day. We are so gratefult to them for Serving and Supporting and being a Force for Good!