Rees Kindergarten students spent some time this week making hand posters for local doctors and nurses. They wanted to show appreciation for their "Helping Hands" as they Serve and Support everyone they help each and every day. Thank you!
First graders in Mrs. Harvey's class celebrated a wedding at school. Mr. Q (played by Keenan Astle) and Miss U (played by Geena Saez) were joined together forever "in spelling and reading" by Rees Elementary principal, Adam Gull.
Introducing Mr. and Mrs./Qu/
Our 5th grade students have been learning about the United States. They created artifacts that represented their state and shared them with the school. The students did a great job and had fun teaching about their state! These students really know how to Aim High to Achieve. Way to go 5th graders!!
Miss Saxon's third grade class wrote letters to say thank you for the hard work and dedication our Rees Custodial Staff gives each day. They keep our school extremely clean and sanitized. Thank you for Serving and Support our school!
All our Rees 1st grade classes wrote letters and drew pictures to show appreciate for our WONDERFUL Spanish Fork Fire Department for all their hard work and dedication to the city of Spanish Fork. Thank you to all the men and women who Serve and Support our city!!
Today starts the beginning of our SOAR week celebrations. Students have been learning for the past four weeks how Rees Eagles Serve and Support, Own Their Actions and Words, Aim High to Achieve, and show Respect. Thanks to the teachers for their hard work in teaching all our Rees students these wonderful lessons. This week we will show that we know how to SOAR.
This week Mrs. Roberts' 2nd grade class made super sentences and talked about the different types of sentences. The students loved showing their best superhero poses after completing their SUPER sentences. Way to Aim High to Achieve students!
Look for pictures packets coming home with your child this week. Pictures will be next Tuesday, September 15 in the morning. All students will have their picture taken for their class picture. If you are interested in purchasing pictures, you can order online or send money in the envelope with the packet.