Reagan Academy School Carnival Friday, Sept. 5, 4:00-7:30 PM

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This will be wonderful night where parents, students, teachers and the community can enjoy activities together while raising funds that will directly benefit the students of Reagan Academy.  The money that we raise will go to support activities such as Red Ribbon Week, White Ribbon Week, the Science Fair, the birthday table, staff appreciation, and other PVO supported activities. Feel free to invite your friends and neighbors, and “share” this great activity.  The following pricing information will help you plan for a great family night out. Games and rides can either be purchased individually with tickets, or by buying the appropriate wristband.  Food can be purchased with tickets or cash.

Unlimited ride wristband $8.00
Unlimited ride & game wristband $11.00
Tickets 4/$1.00
Games (individual price) 2 tickets
Rides (individual price) 2-4 tickets
Rockwall 10 tickets
Hot Dogs 4 tickets or $1.00
Cotton Candy 4 tickets or $1.00
Sno-cones 4 tickets or $1.00
Nachos 4 tickets or $1.00

 

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White Ribbon Week – A Success!

Dear Parents,

Thank you for your help and support during White Ribbon Week. There were more tickets than ever earned, and we appreciate your students working so hard! To show their support for the wonderful efforts during White Ribbon Week, Big 5 Sporting Goods is giving Reagan Academy special savings with the attached coupon.

Thanks,

White Ribbon Week Committee

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White Ribbon Week and Our Library

Dear Parents,

As you know, this week is Internet Safety Week at the school. During library time, grades 1-5 are learning about internet safety as well, which is part of the regular library curriculum.  We have been watching and discussing the videos that are available online atwww.netsmartzkids.org.  After watching, “It’s OK to Tell” from the Netsmartzkids site, we discussed that one great way to keep safe online is to install a filter on your computer.  Did you know that there are many great filters available at no cost online that are both effective and safe to download? Many of your children were very interested in filters and may ask you about them this week.  Some wanted to know how to get a filter, so I promised to send some information home.

Here is an article with simple information to learn more about cyber safety and the types of things you need to know to keep your children safe:
http://www.theguardian.com/mcafee/child-safety-online

Here are some links to consider for free filters:
• K9 Web Protection:    http://www1.k9webprotection.com/
• eSafely:  http://www.esafely.com/
• If you have windows installed on your computer you should also consider this one: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows7/products/features/parental-controls

Other filters to consider:
• Net Nanny (Received the “National Parenting Center” seal of approval): http://www.netnanny.com/
• Online Guardian (Received the “Parents Choice” seal of approval):  http://www.trendmicro.com/us/home/products/internet-safety/online-guardian/
• Safe Eyes (Received the “Good Housekeeping” seal of approval):  http://www.internetsafety.com/safe-eyes-parental-control-software-affiliate.php

Thank you,
Mrs. Peterson

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White Ribbon Week – Casual Dress Rules

White Ribbon Week

White Ribbon Week is this week. The week is designed to help children make smart choices in media and online. Our theme this year is, “Let’s Get Real! Throughout the week, students will be able to earn tickets for prize drawings by participating in optional learning activities. Students are encouraged to wear their white uniform shirts Tuesday-Thursday. Friday will be a Reagan Casual Day, and students are encouraged to wear as much white as possible.

Reagan Casual Day Rules

Students may wear clothes and accessories of their own choosing as long as they meet Reagan Academy’s dress guidelines. Jeans are allowed, However, on non-uniform days, general guidelines still apply.

Please refer to the handbook for a complete listing. The following items are not allowed:

  • Pajamas
  • 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

 

White Ribbon Week

This week is White Ribbon Week! Our theme this year is, “Let’s Get Real!” This week is focused on teaching our kids how to be safe while they are online and on different types of media.

The students are able to earn tickets for participation – for example: wearing WHITE each day of the week (1 ticket per day), keeping your white wristband on all week long (1 ticker per day), memorizing each day’s Power Boost statement (tell it to your teacher), signing the clean and safe media pledge, writing an internet safety essay, having your parents sign the 15 internet safety tips for parents, adding a filter on your home computer, and having a discussion with your kids that go along with the daily power boosts! Tickets are entered in drawings for different prizes. Click here for the packet which your student(s) were given last Thursday:  White Ribbon Week

Dress in White!

Tuesday – Thursday: Wear white uniforms

Friday – Casual Dress (must follow Reagan Academy’s guidelines for casual dress!) – Wear as much white as possible!

POWER BOOSTS

Monday – “I will always talk to a trusted adult right away about anything that makes me feel uncomfortable or doesn’t seem right on the internet or in the media.”

Tuesday – “I will swap media time for a REAL-LIFE experience each day.”

Wednesday – “I will use technology to show kindness and respect to everyone. I won’t get tied up in cyber bullying!”

Thursday – “Not everything I see online is real”

Friday – “I will help those around me to make smart choices in the media and online.”

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White Ribbon Week (Next Week)

Dear Parents,

White Ribbon Week is February 18-21. That’s next week! We are excited about our second annual Internet Safety Week at Reagan. The week is designed to help children make smart choices in media and online. Our theme this year is, “LET’S GET REAL!” Children need REAL friends, REAL conversations, and REAL-life activities. Next week we will focus on finding a healthy balance between physical and digital experiences, talk about what is REAL, and how to be safe online.

Throughout the week, students will be able to earn tickets for prize drawings by participating in optional learning activities. One of those ways, is to wear WHITE each day of the week. Students are encouraged to wear their white uniform shirt Tuesday through Thursday.Friday is a Reagan Casual Day, and students are encouraged to wear as much white as they can. Check with the office for more details if your student does not have a white uniform shirt.

Thank You,
Reagan Academy PVO

White Ribbon Week

White Ribbon Week is February 18-21, 2014. This week is designed to help children make smart choices in media and online. Our theme this year is, “Let’s Get Real!” Throughout the week, students will be able to earn tickets for prize drawings by participating in optional learning activities. Students are encouraged to wear their white uniform shirts Tuesday-Thursday. Friday will be a Reagan Casual Day, with students wearing as much white as possible.

Reagan Casual Day Rules
Students may wear clothes and accessories of their own choosing as long as they meet Reagan Academy’s dress guidelines. Jeans are allowed. However, on non-uniform days, general guidelines still apply.
Please refer to the handbook for a complete listing. The following items are not allowed:
Pajamas
Clothing with holes, tears, or stains
Spaghetti strap, or midriff tops
Clothing with vulgar, sexual, or profane words, phrases or images
Face paint or hair color
Open toe or heel shoes
Socks or stockings must be worn

white ribbon