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.
White Ribbon Week helps teach students the importance of media and internet safety. Reagan Academy’s White Ribbon Week is February 18-21. If you are interested in volunteering during this fun week of activities, please contact chairperson, Julie Bridges at (801) 602-3202 or email@example.com.
Have you ever taken a high school science course? If so, you are qualified to judge at the Reagan Academy Science Fair. We are in need of volunteers to judge during the Science Fair on Friday, February 28th. If you would like to help, contact chairperson, Maria Hawk at firstname.lastname@example.org
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
Don’t forget our PVO meeting tomorrow, Tuesday morning, at the start of school. We will follow the Directors and Donuts meeting! This is a great way to get involved, have your questions and concerns answered, and be a bigger part of your child’s education!
As we ramp up for our Annual Art & Basket Auction, we wanted to remind you of the fantastic Art portion of the night! We have some great artists on board this year – we are very excited to see what they create that evening.
If you are or if you know of an artist who would like to participate in the art auction, please let us know. In years past, we have had over 20 original art pieces (as well as several prints) that were auctioned off bringing in over 50% of the funds. Ten (10) of the original art pieces were created during our “quick draw” that evening. A “quick draw” is when an artist creates something during a short time period. In our case we give the artists 2-3 hours to work on their piece and in the end whatever they have created will be auctioned off. These are one of a kind, original art pieces that are created before our eyes.
We have also attached a basket donation form that can be filled out and returned to the office. Families can help by donating a basket of their choice to the auction and/or items for the teacher mega baskets. The funds raised from this year’s auction will be awarded to teachers through In School Teacher Grants. Support our school and teachers by turning in your family basket.
Fall Break : October 9-11
Red Ribbon Week: October 14-18
Art & Basket Auction: Friday, November 8
It is that time of year again to begin preparations for our 9th annual Art and Basket Auction and we need your help to make it the best one yet. The funds raised from this year’s auction will be awarded to teachers through In-School Teacher Grants. Support our school and teachers by turning in your family basket by October 31.