Reed School's February Newsletter

Home of the Rockets

Reed School's January Students of the Month

Congratulations to January's Golden Napkin Award Recipients!

Mrs. Krueger's and Mrs. Kubilius' classes earned the Golden Napkin Award for their outstanding behavior in the lunchroom. They earned Brain Quest trivia time with Mrs. Slee and Ms. Little. They say a picture is worth a thousand words. If these pictures could speak, they would say our friends had a fantastic time with one another!

Yearbook Order Deadline March 12

Just a friendly reminder that the deadline for ordering your '17-'18 school yearbook is fast approaching. March 12th is last day to go online and order a yearbook for your student.

There are no order forms going home, it is all ONLINE!

Click the link below to place your order. Use the yearbook ID Code: 12828518 to order. The yearbook code will display Ludwig school which is the order information for Ludwig, Reed, and Walsh.

So hurry and order....don't miss out on your copy!

Pennies for Patients: Thank You for Your Generosity!

Words cannot begin to express our gratitude for your generous support of our Pennies for Patients Fundraiser benefitting the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. We're please to announce that _______ was raised and donated to this great cause! This is truly another act of kindness in our community!

Second Step's February Focus: Friendship Skills

With just a few short weeks away, February is a great month to focus on Friendship Skills. Over the course of the next several weeks, students will be learning how to invite friends to play, play fairly, make amends, and handle peer issues that might arise throughout the day.

Week One's Focus: "At our school, it's important to notice and have empathy when other kids are being left out. Inviting other students to play is a caring thing to do. When we invite others to play, we will get to know them. At recess this week, notice if anyone is being left out and be sure to ask that person to join in and play!"

Girl in the Cape Author Visits Reed School

Kindness Challenge Accepted

Thank you to the many students who participated in our Snow Day Kindness Challenge! We are so proud of you! Here are some of the amazing things are students did to show random acts of kindness:

-helped shovel show

-helped a sibling read a book

-made cookies to share

-cleaned his room

-fed the birds

-donated toys

-shared candy with mom

Keep up the great deeds, Reed friends!

Photo: Students were randomly selected to win a book from our Author Visit.

Big picture