THE RESULTS ARE IN! REES EAGLES RAISE $1,534.76 FOR WARM THE SOLES! Thank You to all of our students, parents, teachers, and community leaders that donated to this wonderful cause! All donations go toward Nebo Credit Union's Warm the Soles campaign which helps to give shoes to those in need in our community. If an average cost for a pair of shoes was $20, Rees students would help 76 students in our community. This is one way we SERVE and SUPPORT! Thank You to our Student Council and advisers-Mrs. Gasser and Mrs.
I wanted to reach out and send a follow-up email about the boundary changes that were approved last week and to re-emphasize the timing of enrollment decisions that will take place soon.
Rees 5th and 6th Grade students have worked very hard the last few weeks to plan, prepare, and conduct their own science experiments. They expressed greater understanding as they have worked through the scientific process with this hands-on approach. Today students had the opportunity to showcase their creative, fun experiments to their parents and the other students at Rees. They did a fantastic job and really showed that they know how to Aim High and Achieve!
Since 1986, Kids Who Count has provided Early Intervention services to families of young children residing in the Nebo School District boundaries. We’ve helped thousands of families and children and we can help you. If you are concerned about your baby or toddler’s development or had a medical professional talk to you about some milestones your child hasn’t yet reached, you may be eligible for early intervention services. The purpose of Early Intervention is to enhance early growth and development in infants and toddlers under three, who have developmental delays or disabilities.
Congratulations to all the Rees Elementary January students of the month. These students have been working hard to show that they know how to S.O.A.R. They were recognized at a special celebration before school this week. Keep up the GREAT WORK Eagles!
Nebo Snow Day Update
Thank you for going the extra mile during inclement weather events. As a district of over 34,000 students and 4,500 employees, dealing with inclement weather is challenging, complex, and at times frustrating for everyone.
If the storm proves to be as strong as predicted, Nebo School District schools will be closed all day tomorrow, Monday, February 3, 2020. However, a final decision regarding the closure of schools will NOT be made until 6:30 AM tomorrow morning.
Nebo will NOT be considering a two-hour delayed start tomorrow due to our Monday early out schedule.