Reardan Weekly

11.11.2022

Thank You Veterans!

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Daddy Daughter Dance

It's not too late to register for the Daddy Daughter Dance, Glow Up the Night, which is sponsored by P.I.E. We are planning a fun night of games (Giant Jenga, Corn Hole, Giant Connect Four, etc.), dancing, and chances to win prizes! Price is $10 for the Daddy Daughter Dou, and then $5 for each additional young lady. This event is open to Dads or a Special Guest. We will be dancing the night away in the Reardan Commons, Friday, December 2nd, from 6pm - 8pm. Light snacks and refreshments will be provided.

The first round of flyers has gone out in your students' backpacks, and the final round of flyers will be available for pick up with your students' teachers at the conferences. You can also print the flyer in this newsletter.

If you have any questions, you can reach out to Cathy Eylar directly at 509-429-0698, she is available to text or call.

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Elementary Highlights

This Saturday at 6:00 p.m. PIE will be hosting a movie night. The main attraction will be the movie Free Birds. Hotdogs and drinks will be available for purchase.


PIE is also hosting a Daddy-Daughter dance on Dec 2nd. Sign up sheets have gone home with your student and are due by 11/18.


Parent Teacher conferences are scheduled for November 21st and 22nd. These are non-school days for your student. If you haven’t signed up for conferences, please reach out to your student’s teacher.


Volunteer Opportunity! We need a few volunteers to help with the Elementary Bookfair during elementary conferences November 21-22nd. Please contact the office if you are interested. The Bookfair will be held the week of November 14th-18th. Each class will visit the bookfair prior to the 21st to bring their wish lists home. Parents are welcome to come browse the bookfair on the 21st and 22nd during conferences.

OPTIONS PROGRAM SPOTLIGHT

"One of our Options students learned about cuneiform and hieroglyphics at home. He used the chart to create his own. What a cool project!!!" - Amber Whitman, Lead Teacher
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