We’re in the News!

Reagan Academy has recently been in the news! Check out the links to see what we have been up to.

Reagan students participate in a service project:
http://www.ksl.com/?sid=29637469&nid=148

Reagan students and the weather: (3 videos)
http://www.4utah.com/story/d/story/curtis-ray-visits-reagan-academy-charter-school/39938/XmQQAN7-vU-rhun9N_Taqg

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Library Reminders!

  • All poetry entries for the contest are due THIS Friday, May 2.  They should be emailed to librarian@reaganacademy.org, along with a permission slip to publish your child’s poetry.
  • All library materials are due Friday, May 16.  There is a classroom competition for 1st-6thgrades to see which class will be first to have all library materials returned by May 16.  Please help your students find any missing library materials and help their class to win. Watch for library information coming home this week about what materials are checked out to your students.
  • A reminder that all library materials need to be returned and lost or damaged items paid for before students will be allowed to participate in end of the year activities and/or receive yearbooks.  If you have questions or concerns, please contact Mrs. Peterson librarian@reaganacademy.org.
  • A+ BOOK FAIR is coming next week!  Come get some wonderful summer reading books.  All proceeds help us get new books for students in the library and classrooms.  Thanks for your support!

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****Glasses for Guyana****

Chandler Jeffcoat is a Reagan Academy 8th grade student, and he is collecting eyeglasses for his Eagle project. He is working with local eye doctors that will be going to Guyana, South America to distribute them to people in need. His goal is to collect 1000 pairs of eyeglasses (no sunglasses). There will a competition May 5th-16th to see which homeroom collects the most glasses. Chandler will throw the winning homeroom class an ice cream sundae party on May 16th. There will be a bucket for collecting the glasses in each homeroom. So, ask your family, grandparents, friends, and neighbors to search their home for unused glasses and bring them in to support this worthy cause. Questions about the project can be directed to Chandler Jeffcoat at 801-722-5219.  Go to this link for more information.

http://www.heraldextra.com/news/local/doctors-provide-glasses-for-needy-in-guyana/article_57726df6-f9db-5e57-a02f-6ef3189bab02.html

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Book Fair Announcement

There are still several shifts available to help out during our upcoming book fair! A great book fair is all about having fantastic volunteers, and we will be giving anyone who works more than one shift a $5 gift certificate to spend at the fair. This is a fun way to get in those volunteer hours before the end of the year.  Please sign up at      https://docs.google.com/document/d/1pxisOU5hwxdXRxsqyY_UZiMX7D-eD1JiIovJpdNQ0TI/edit        or email kamiemillward@gmail.com. There is also a sign-up sheet at the front desk.

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The final book fair of the year is coming up soon! Mark your calendars for Tuesday, May 6-Friday May 9, to come visit the A+ book fair in the library. A+ has a great variety of books that are perfect for summer reading. The fair will run from 7:45a-3:30pTuesday through Thursday and 7:45a-1:30p on Friday. We will also be open in the evening on Thursday May 8th from 6:00p-9:00p, during the spring choir concert. Come find those books perfect for summer reading!

Spirit Week – THIS WEEK

Spirit Week is this week! Celebrate your Reagan Academy spirit by participating in the curriculum centered spirit dress days.
MONDAY: RED DAY Students wear a red uniform shirt. Focus on Reading!
TUESDAY: WHITE DAY Students wear a white uniform shirt. Focus on Writing!
WEDNESDAY: BLUE DAY Students wear a blue uniform shirt. Focus on Building Unity – Help students work together!
THURSDAY: SPORTS DAY Wear your favorite sports jersey or shirt with regular school uniform bottoms. Focus on Fitness – Living an active healthy style!
FRIDAY: DECADES DAY Dress in the style of a specific decade from the 1900’s. Choose the 20’s, 50’s, 60’s, 70’s, 80’s, etc. Focus on History  – Remember the importance of studying the past. Please follow the guidelines for Halloween. No weapons, face paint, cross dressing, or masks. Costumes should be modest.
* Students not participating in Spirit Week should be dressed in their uniform.

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Book Fair Announcement

We are excited to announce the final book fair of the year is coming up soon! Mark your calendars for Tuesday, May 6-Friday May 9, to come visit the A+ book fair in the library. A+ has a great variety of books that are perfect for summer reading. The fair will run from 7:45am-3:30pm Tuesday through Thursday and 7:45am-1:30pm on Friday. We will also be open in the evening on Wednesday May 7th from 5:30-9:00pm, during the spring choir concert.


As always, a great book fair is all about having fantastic volunteers. We have shifts available for providing treats for the teacher preview, as well as setting up, taking down, and staffing the book fair. This is a great time, and a fun way, to get in those volunteer hours before the end of the year. Please sign up at      https://docs.google.com/document/d/1pxisOU5hwxdXRxsqyY_UZiMX7D-eD1JiIovJpdNQ0TI/edit or email kamiemillward@gmail.com, or you can sign up at the office.

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