Yearbook Ordering!

Yearbooks are now available to order! The Early Bird Discount will be available until December 13th. Order early and save!

Yearbooks may be ordered at the front office or online at ybpay.com. For online orders use school ID # 10113414.  Don’t miss out on the memories. Order your yearbook today!”

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Book Fair Announcement

The biggest book fair of the year is almost here! The Scholastic book fair will be open in the library next week, December 3-6. This is a great place to stock up on Christmas gifts and stocking stuffers for the whole family. We will be open from 7:45am-4:15pm Tuesdaythrough Thursday, and 7:45am-1:30pm Friday. We accept all credit cards, checks and cash.
Part of what makes our book fairs so successful are parent volunteers. We still have several shifts open to staff the book fair, especially earlier in the week. Please sign up to help using this link:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Z7Dc0L9OSXTCK7IvxKd631Ni3JrOFKQNuFFQ66ShAqI/edit
You can also sign up at the front office, or email kamiemillward@gmail.com.

We have used money from past fairs to buy books for the library, teachers, and classrooms. This year we are using the money to buy a book for every student at Reagan for Christmas. Get some holiday shopping done while supporting reading and the love of books at the same time! We’ll see you at the book fair!

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T-Shirts/Sweatshirts deadline extended!

We’ve extended the deadline.  Order your shirts and sweatshirts by Tuesday, December 3rd.

Falcon Pride T-Shirts
Youth t-shirts only $7
Adult t-shirts $10
(2XL and 3XL available)
Hooded Sweatshirts only $18
Zip-up Sweatshirts only $23

Show your falcon pride around town as well as on Fridays at school while wearing your new Reagan Academy attire.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Mrs. Richardson at srichardson@reaganacademy.org or by calling the school at801-489-7828. Order forms are due to Mrs. Richardson by Tuesday, December 3rd.

Nebo School District Chess Tournament

When: Saturday December 7th, 2013

Who: Open to all K-6 students residing within Nebo school district boundaries, whether attending public, charter, or home school.

Awards: Trophies will be awarded to the top 10 players in each grade, 1-6.  (Kindergartners will be combined with first graders.) Other contestants will receive a participation medal. School trophies will be awarded as well.

Registration: $7 if you register and pay by Nov 23, $12 up until Dec 5.  Registration accepted only through Thursday, Dec 5.  Registration will be limited to 175 students, so register early!  Register and pay online at www.utahchessk12.com/artcity.  No registration/payment accepted at the door!

Where: Art City Elementary – 121 North 900 East, Springville, UT

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Book Fair Announcement

Reading is sweet! Stop by our next Scholastic Book Fair, December 3-6, and satisfy your craving for a good book! This is a great place to stock up on Christmas gifts and stocking stuffers for the whole family. We will be open from 7:45am-4:15pm Tuesday throughThursday, and 7:45am-1:30pm Friday.
Part of what makes our book fairs so successful are parent volunteers. There are many ways to help, including setting up and taking down the fair, staffing the fair, and bringing treats for the teacher preview. Please sign up to help using this link:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Z7Dc0L9OSXTCK7IvxKd631Ni3JrOFKQNuFFQ66ShAqI/edit
You can also sign up at the front office, or email kamiemillward@gmail.com.

We have used money from past fairs to buy books for the library, teachers, and classrooms. This year we are using the money to buy a book for every student at Reagan for Christmas. Get some holiday shopping done while supporting reading and the love of books at the same time! We’ll see you at the book fair!

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Lunchroom Changes

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Dear Parents,

Our lunchroom is thriving this year, and we would like to let you know about some coming changes to our lunch program. We would also like you to discuss some of these topics with your children, so that we can have a better functioning breakfast/lunch program. If you, or your children, have any questions please feel free to come visit with me after school any afternoon.

First, our breakfast program is going great this year, and we are happy to see so many excited smiling faces every morning. But, please remember the breakfast program is for students that did not have breakfast at home that morning. We are having many students eating school breakfast as a second breakfast, and throwing away the items they don’t want. Discarded food items are costing our school additional funds that could stay with the free breakfast program to help our school maintain this wonderful program. We are hoping that you can help our students understand that they are welcome to come eat a breakfast with us when they need to, but this is not a second breakfast or snack program. I am sure that together we can resolve this issue to help keep our breakfast program going for years to come.

Second, we would like to experiment with helping our community food bank. They are always in desperate need of milk. We can help them by starting a donation bin for any UNOPENED, NOT ABUSED, cartons of milk that the kids are not going to drink. Our first hope is that they drink their milk. But, if they change their minds, we would prefer they donate it to the bin in the lunchroom than throw away good milk that could go to our communities less fortunate. We are working on helping the kids understand that they are not required to take milk, that by USDA standards they need to have three food groups on their tray, one of them being a fruit or vegetable in a minimum of half-cup portion, or fruit and vegetable in a combined half cup portion. We also provide water as an alternative to milk for those who are intolerant or do not wish to have milk. We are looking for parent volunteers to help transport the donated items to the food bank twice a week. Volunteers will receive 30 minutes of volunteer time. Please contact me if you are interested.

Third, we have been working on getting our lunch balance notifications sent via email and we are ready to start this next step in our program! Every Friday any student that has a -$10.00 balance or higher with the lunch program will have an email notification sent to their parents so that we can all stay on top of our students lunch accounts a little better. We are excited to have better and more consistent communication with all our Reagan Academy families and hope this works out for everyone.

Thank you for the opportunity to work with your children every day and get to know them better. We love them!

Sincerely,
Marci Johnson

Say Boo to the Flu

***Say Boo to the Flu and Help Us Increase Educational Funds for Our School***
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Flu season is nearly upon us.  Because schools are potential high-risk areas for the transmission of vaccine preventable diseases, we would like to help protect our teachers, staff, student body, their families and the community from the flu by providing a Say Boo to the Flu Immunization Clinic at our school.  The clinic will be administered by Community Nursing Services and specialized pediatric nurses will be on—site to administer Flu Mist (nasal spray) and Flu Shots.

This a public clinic, open to all ages six months through adult.

This Friday
November 15, 2014  1:00 – 3:00 in the Library

Get vaccinated against the Flu at our school’s on-site Flu Clinic and Community Nursing Services will donate $2 per eligible immunization back to our school!

Community Nursing Services is a Preferred Provider and is contracted to directly bill the following insurances:
Aetna, Altius, Blue Cross, DMBA, Educators Mutual, PEHP, Select Health, Summit Care, United Health Care, Medicare part B, some Medicare Advantage Plans. *VFC vaccine may be available for uninsured children or children with Medicaid and Chip.  Additionally, we accept cash, check or credit card for self-pay situations where an individual is not covered by insurance.

Cash Price:     Flu Shot $25             Flu Mist $30

***We want to make sure we have enough supplies available, so please contact Mrs. Richardson by Wednesday to let her know how many mists/shots you will need for your family.***
Mrs. Richardson – 801-489-7828 or by email  srichardson@reaganacademy.org

Nebo School District Chess Tournament

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When: Saturday December 7th, 2013

Who: Open to all K-6 students residing within Nebo school district boundaries, whether attending public, charter, or home school.

Awards:Trophies will be awarded to the top 10 players in each grade, 1-6.  (Kindergartners will be combined with first graders.)   Other contestants will receive a participation medal.  School trophies will be awarded as well.

Registration: $7 if you register and pay by Nov 23, $12 up until Dec 5.  Registration accepted only through Thursday, Dec 5.  Registration will be limited to 175 students, so register early!  Register and pay online at www.utahchessk12.com/artcity.  No registration/payment accepted at the door!

Where: Art City Elementary – 121 North 900 East, Springville, UT