Springville Junior High School’s 9th grade orientation will be held Thursday, February 28. Please contact Springville Junior High for more information.
The Middle School Decades Day Dance is Friday, March 8 from 1:15-2:45. Volunteers are needed to chaperone & donate treats! The treats needed are bags of candy and 2-liter drinks. If you are interested in volunteering please contact Miss Plant email@example.com.
Who: All children with March birthdays
When: Student lunch times, Thursday, March 7
RSVP to Mrs. Richardson (801) 489-7828 by Wednesday, March 6, 3:00 pm
The Birthday Lunch Table is every 1st Thursday of each month. All children celebrating a birthday that month and their parent(s) are invited to participate in this fun, new tradition. If parents would like to purchase a pizza or a salad from the cafeteria the cost is $2.50, If parents plan on attending, you must RSVP to Mrs. Richardson in the office — (801) 489-7828 — by Wednesday, March 6 at 3:00 pm. Below please find the lunch schedule per grade. Please plan to attend lunch with your child during their lunch time.
1st Grade: 11:00–11:30 am
2nd Grade: 11:10–11:40 am
3rd Grade: 11:20–11:50 am
4th Grade: 11:30 -12:00 pm
5th Grade: 11:40 –12:10 pm
6th Grade: 11:50-12:20
Hat Day: Students can wear a hat of their choice.
Focus on Academics: Math and Reading. Everyone will have their thinking caps on!
Crazy Sock Day: Wear crazy socks (or tights, girls only) with your uniform.
Focus on Creativity: Express yourself through art, music, dance or theater.
Crazy Hair Day: Do your hair in a crazy style. Natural hair colors only.
Focus on Science: Learn through study and experimentation. Explore the possibilities!
Sports Day: Wear your favorite sports jersey or shirt with regular school uniform pants.
Focus on Fitness: Living an active healthy life
Decades Day: Dress in the style of a specific decade from the 20th century.
Focus on History: Remember the importance of studying the past.
Students should follow the guidelines for Halloween: no weapons, face paint, cross dressing or masks. Costumes should be modest. Students not participating in the Spirit Week dress should be in uniform.
Reagan Academy students exemplify character. Each month they can represent the chosen character trait by wearing a colored clothing item of a specified color. All Reagan students may wear anything that falls within the Reagan Academy casual dress guidelines as long as their clothes contain the character color. If students are not in uniform they should be wearing at least one item of clothing that is mostly orange. This item should be easily visible. For example, students cannot simply wear an orange headband.
March: Respect = Orange
April: Hope = White (April 12th; 2nd Friday of the month due to Spring Break)
May: Heroism & Courage = Red
Reagan Casual Day Rules
Students may wear clothes and accessories of their own choosing as long as they meet Reagan Academy’s dress guidelines. As always, please remember that on non-uniform days, general guidelines still apply, though students are not required to wear designated uniform items. Jeans are allowed. Please refer to the handbook for a complete listing. The following items are not allowed:
• Clothing with holes, tears, or stains
• Spaghetti strap, or midriff tops
• Clothing with vulgar, sexual, or profane words, phrases or images
• No face paint or hair color
• Open toe or heel shoes
• Socks or stockings must be worn
A case of Pertussis also known as whooping cough, has been detected in our school. Whooping cough is highly contagious. Please do your part to prevent the spread of this communicable condition by keeping your ill children at home. If you have questions or concerns, please contact your child’s pediatrician.
SEP sign-up’s are now available. Please refer to the directions below to sign-up. SEP’s will be held on Thursday, February 21 and Friday, February 22. Middle School teachers will be available in the gym for SEP’s from 3:30-8:00 on Thursday and 1:30-4:00 on Friday.
HOW TO ACCESS THE SIGN-UP’S:
1. Go to database.reaganacademy.org (don’t type www first)
2. Click on “Schedule SEP Conferences FEB 2013”
3. Under “Account Name” enter: parent
4. Under “Password” enter: reagan
Intent to Re-enroll/Sibling Enrollment for students planning to attend the 2013–2014 school year at Ronald Reagan Academy is now open. Failure to submit re-enrollment/sibling enrollment by the due date will result in your student losing their place at Reagan Academy next school year. Completed forms may be returned to the front office. Forms can be found on our website under the “Quick Link” section. Forms are due Tuesday, February 19.
The Box Tops collection date will on Friday, February 22, 2013. The winning classroom will be treated to a pizza party. Food prizes will be awarded for the second and third place winners. You can get other members of your family involved to help push your child(ren)’s class over the top (such as grandparents, aunts, uncles, or anyone else you can involve). The morning and afternoon kindergarten classes are being considered 2 separate classes.