Teacher Requests

Dear Parents,

 

As we near the end of the school year, it is time to consider class placements for next year.   Much time and effort goes into the selection and training of Reagan Academy’s teachers with the goal of giving your children excellent opportunities in each grade.  In addition, our academic program is set up in a way that allows all students the ability to receive instruction on their level from various teachers throughout the day.  Both of these ideas affect what may be traditional thinking and understanding of teacher requests.  With great options everywhere and students moving from classroom to classroom at different times during the day, educational success for students becomes dependent on a strong team effort rather than the skills of a single teacher.

With that said, we believe that a strong partnership between home and school includes the ability of families to request teachers should they deem it necessary.  In order to make the process as effective as possible we have included our teacher request policy as well as the necessary form to be completed.  Because of time and other sensitivities involved in this process, we will be glad to consider all requests that have met the policy as well as the time requirements.   If you have any questions or concerns about this process, please let us know.

Have a great day,

Brian Myrup

Reagan Academy

801-489-7828

 

See attached files

Teacher Request Form

Teacher Request Policy

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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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Service Project/Walk-a-Thon for Lydia!

Our 6th grade classes are doing a service project to help a 2nd grade Reagan Academy student with the costs of her surgery and, the prosthetic that she needs after her surgery is complete. For more information about Lydia’s situation, visit  https://www.giveforward.com/fundraiser/px34/a-new-foot-for-lydia. The 6th grade has also placed cans in each classroom to collect any coins, change, or money that people want to donate to help Lydia. All of the money collected will go directly to Lydia’s family.

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The students have also organized a walk-a-thon on Thursday, April 24th  –  2nd & 6th. To participate in the walk-a-thon please contact the office at 801-489-7828.  These students have had the opportunity to meet with Lydia and her mom and to learn more about her situation.  They have made a real connection with her and are  excited about the opportunity to serve her and her family.

To read about Lydia’s surgery, you can also go HERE.

Intent to Re-Enroll!

Dear Parents,

Intent to Re-enroll and Sibling Enrollment for students planning to attend the 2014-2015 school year at 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. Please return the attached completed form to the office.

Notification of your intent to re-enroll/sibling enrollment must be submitted by Friday, February 21, 2014 by 3:00 p.m.

We look forward to having your student attend Reagan Academy next school year.

Thanks,

Reagan Academy

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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

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SEPs

SEP’s are Wednesday, February 19th and Thursday, February 20th. Scheduled sign-ups will be on Wednesday, February 19th from 4:00-8:00 p.m. Thursday, February 20th will be a 1:00 dismissal for students, and SEP’s will be an open house format from 2:00-6:00 p.m.

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