Daily Announcements from Reagan Middle School
Wednesday, Sept. 19th, 2018
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Reminder that tomorrow, Thursday, Sept 20th is a half day of school! School will dismiss at 11am.
Students interested in basketball- make sure to check out the attached flyers or stop in the main office for information on a Matt Ross boys and girls basketball camp during October!
STUDENTS- Do you like theatre? Wanna perform on stage? Then check out Woodlawn Arts Academy! You can learn about acting, singing, dancing, set design and costuming. "Willy Wonka Jr." is slated as this year's performance! Be a part of the fun, check out the flyer attached to today's announcements or come to the main office for more information!
STUDENTS- Interested in flying? Maybe a career in aviation some day? Come out to the Whiteside County Airport on Saturday, Sept 22nd for Aviation Career Day and Aircraft Fly-In! See the attached flyers or come to the office for more information.
PARENTS- United Way of Lee County is hosting a Prep/Freeze/Cook fundraiser- please see previously attached flyer for more information! This is a great way to have several ready-to-go meals and support a good cause at the same time!
SAFE SCHOOL HELPLINE- The safe school helpline is a 24/7 communication service that empowers school administrators to make proactive decisions as well as creating responsibilities for students, parents and community members to share in the maintenance of a safe learning environment. The service provides children with the opportunity to anonymously report wrongdoing, bullying and negative issues that would impede the learning process. The safe school helpline has proven itself to be a very effective tool in preventing and deterring negative acts and practices from occurring in over thousands of schools. Please see previous attachments or stop in the main office to get more information and access this important reporting tool today!
FLU SHOTS- If you’re interested in getting a flu shot, KSB is hosting a free drive thru clinic during the month of October! See the previously attached flyer for more information.
PARENTS- If your student is riding the bus home with a friend OR if your student is having a friend ride home with them, bus notes are needed! BOTH PARTIES are to have a note signed and dated by a parent saying who is going home with whom. Students need to bring both notes to the main office to be signed.
PARENTS/STUDENTS – Homework Club has started back up and it runs after each full school day from 2:15-3:00. Homework Club will NOT be held on ½ days or early release days. Please stop in or call your counselor to get signed up! Students in Homework Club need to arrange a ride for pick up at 3:00 at door #1. Mrs. Mills will run Homework Club again this year and is a great asset in assisting students with understanding/finishing work and general student organization!
STUDENTS – 6th, 7th, 8th graders all enter thru Door #8 for breakfast, to enter for the day and to leave at the end of the day. In the morning you will enter through Door #8 and wait in the gym until the bell rings (same as last year). If you are coming to school late (after 7:45 a.m.) due to tardiness or being at an appointment, you must enter thru door #1 to sign in and get a pass. RMS students are not allowed in the Madison wing.
PARENTS- If you have health concerns, please stop in or call to speak with Nurse Pierce.
Registration – the fees per student are now $110.
Student Council – Wednesday, Sept 19th @ 7:10am- Rm 139
Builder’s Club – Wednesday, Sept 26th @7:10am- Rm 139
Royal Review – Wednesday, Sept 19th 2:15-2:45pm- Rm 139
Early Act Club – Thursday, Sept 27th 2:20-3:00pm- Rm 128
Year Book Committee –
Scholastic Bowl –
Birthday Club – Friday, Sept 21st 2:15-3pm- Rm 119
Choir Rehearsals – 6th grade T/TH, 7th/8th grade M/W/F - both meet during the first lunch period and then you have lunch during the second lunch period on those days