Tomorrow your students can dress in casual dress as long as it follows the Reagan Casual Dress Guidelines.
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
And PLEASE, remember the sunscreen!
Wednesday, May 22: Field Day, Middle School Lagoon Trip, 6th Grade Cowabunga Bay Trip
Thursday, May 23: 8th Grade Graduation
Friday, May 24: Noon Dismissal – Last Day of School – No Kindergarten
Save the Date: Falcon Fun Festival, August 23, 2013
Stop by the Lost and Found to claim your lost items. We have several coats that have been turned in after the winter. Don’t forget to drop off your gently used uniforms to the uniform donation box at the office.
Extra Yearbook Autograph Inserts $1 each. Available at the office or from Miss Plant.
Students who will be in 6th, 7th, or 8th grade next year may try out for the role of Ace The Falcon, Reagan Academy’s mascot. Tryouts will be held on Thursday, May 23 directly following the end of school. Interested students will need to be prepared with a one minute mascot “routine” to entertain a crowd.
Yearbooks were distributed today. If your student ordered a yearbook but did not get it, it might be because they still have library books that have not been taken care of. Please keep in mind that until all obligations to the library and the lunch room are taken care of, students will not be able to get their yearbook or participate in end of the year activities (Lagoon, Field Day, Cowabunga Bay). Please contact Mrs. Peterson (firstname.lastname@example.org or 801-489-7828, x808) with any library concerns.
We need more volunteers for Field Day on May 22 – that’s tomorrow! We’ll be celebrating a year of hard work with games like football toss, wacky waiter, frisbee golf, sponge and bucket races and we need parent volunteers. Each station will need help both running and gathering needed items for each station. Let’s make Field Day fun and exciting for our students! Please, if you can volunteer, just show up!
A big thank you to the below families who have reached their 40 hours for the 2012-2013 school year.
Reagan Academy would like to honor all of our parents who have reached their 40 hours of volunteer time for the 2012–2013 school year. Please join us for an ice cream party on Tuesday, May 14th from 1:00-2:00 p.m. at Springville City Hall located at 110 South Main Street. Come at 1:00 to be entered for our door prizes.
Volunteer hours may still be logged at http://tinyurl.com/d9wffxb. Reagan Academy requests that each family volunteer 40 hours of time per family each school year. Logged volunteer hours not only benefit teachers and students but also help the school receive grants.
The PVO is assembling and updating classroom emergency buckets. There are a total of 40 classrooms with 26 students in each classroom. Each bucket will contain items that a teacher can grab-and-go in case of any emergency. The list was adapted from the Red Cross School Emergency Supplies List. Below please find the list of items and the quantities that are needed to complete the Emergency Buckets.
If you are able to donate money so that we can purchase the items or donate the items themselves, please contact the office or go to http://tinyurl.com/bohcgs3. Every $5 donated is equivalent to 1 hour of volunteer time. Also, if you would like to be the chairman for this activity, please contact us at email@example.com. Please turn in your donations by Friday, May 10th. Thanks for helping us prepare our students for any type of an emergency.
We are working to fill each bucket with:
lid openers (40)
biohazard bag (58)
bottles of water (120)
flashlights or lantern style flashlights with batteries (18)
games (cards, puzzles, inflatable balls, etc) (19)
hand sanitizer (32)
plastic trash bags (72)
toilet paper (14)
yellow handkerchiefs to identify staff (46)
duct tape (40)
medical gloves (40 pairs)
rope (to lead out younger classes K-4) (200+ ft.)
dust masks (27/classroom)
small blankets or reflective blankets (40)