Time Capsule Goals

Submitted by heidi.groneman on Fri, 10/01/2021 - 14:30

During S.O.A.R week, students celebrated Aim High to Achieve by writing academic goals to put in a time capsule that they will open at the end of this school year.  The goals each student wrote said, "I want to be able to __________ by the end of this year."  We are excited to see all the great things students accomplish during the year!  

Tonya Painter

Wanna Change the World?

Submitted by adam.gull on Wed, 09/22/2021 - 10:58

Just a reminder that Reflections are due October 1st.  See the flier below for more details or contact Brookie Cowles from our Rees PTA at cowles [dot] brookie [at] gmail [dot] com  


Rees Elementary Art Contest

Submitted by adam.gull on Wed, 09/22/2021 - 10:36


We will be holding an art contest at the school for the next couple weeks.  The purpose of the contest is to find a student art piece to display at the district office. We may end up using more than one or even rotating the art work through the year.  Here are the details:

5th Grade State Fair

Submitted by heidi.groneman on Tue, 09/21/2021 - 13:06

Rees Elementary 5th grade students shared their state fair projects to other Rees students and their parents/family members last week. The students did a wonderful job and were very creative with their work. Way to Aim High to Achieve Eagles!

Sherri Kelly

Rees Elementary Fundraising Carnival was a HUGE Success!

Submitted by heidi.groneman on Mon, 09/13/2021 - 12:22

Last Friday, our school had a FANTASTIC carnival to raise money to help support our students this year.  It was a HUGE success and completely surpassed our expectations!  We are so grateful for the support of our wonderful PTA, parents and grandparents, businesses around the community, as well as Rees staff who helped make this such a great success!  It was so much fun to see so many Rees families having fun together.  The money raised will go towards field trips, assemblies, supplies, and other things needed to help student achievement this school year.