Come visit the BOOKFAIR at Rees going on March 1-5. The fair not only gives you a chance to update your home library, but also helps the school get books in the hands of every child. The Bookfair will be open every day during lunch and after school. Wednesday March 3rd we will have an extended lunch for at home learners and those that require smaller groups while they shop. Thursday March 4th is Family Night at the BookFair, w
Congratulations to our Rees Science Fair Winners:
Rylee Robinson, Skyler Sorensen, Jayce Montgomery, Bianca Zaragoza, Evelyn Preece, Dallin Young, Samantha Barajas, Ryan Peterson, Nyah Leifson, Evyn Copley, Ethan Hastings, Carter Gappmayer, Sarah Dye, and Zakari Glismann
They worked hard and did an INCREDIBLE job on their projects. Way to SOAR students!
5th Grade Rees students participated in our annual wax museum. It was fun to see the students dressed up as they shared a little information about the person they were representing. Keep up the GREAT work Eagles!
Last week, sixth grade students were treated with a visit from the Living Planet Aquarium’s Ecosystems Van. Students learned about living and non-living components of a healthy ecosystem and the need for all types of animals. They also learned about the need for adaptations. Students were introduced to a Double-Headed Yellow Amazon parrot and a Ball Python. It was a fantastic experience!
This morning we draw 22 student names from the 200 board outside Mr. Gull's office. These students earned at least one SOAR slip in the past couple of weeks for being awesome students. It is fun to announce their names during morning announcements and have them come down to the office to pick a book and other prizes. Keep SOARing Eagles!
The last few weeks Rees student have had the opportunity to learn more about drama from Ben Sansom, a Nebo District Gain Specialist. They have had lots of fun learning how drama can be integrated into many different subjects. Thanks for doing such a wonderful job Ben! Keep up the great work Eagles!
This week Rees 6th graders showed that they really know how to Serve and Support by helping 1st grade students test their ability to count to 120. First graders did a wonderful job counting and showing what they are learning. It was awesome to see the 6th grade students working together with these younger students. Keep up the wonderful work 1st and 6th graders!
Mr. Gull had some unexpected visitors yesterday when three kindergarten students from Mrs. Memmott's class came to read to him. They had only read their book one time and were doing such a fabulous job, they needed to share their reading skills with our principal. They did a wonderful job showing good reading strategies, helping one another, and and sharing their success. Keep Aiming High to Achieve students!