August 25th, 2023
Come meet your teachers and check out the following informational booths:
PIE Group (Corner)
Middle School ASB
Free and Reduced Lunch Forms
Elementary Class Lists
Monday, Aug 28, 2023, 05:30 PM
215 East Spokane Avenue, Reardan, WA, USA
WELCOME NEW TEACHERS!
IMPORTANT: HS FOOTBALL JAMBOREE VENUE CHANGE
The HS Football Jamboree has been moved from Liberty to Freeman HS. There is brand new turf in Freeman where our Eagles will be putting their early season teamwork to the test against Liberty HS and Freeman HS.
The Jamboree will start at 4:00pm and due to the change in venue there will not be any BBQ or concessions. Parent and Fan seating will be available in the bleachers, and if you would like to sit alone the west side of the field please remember to bring chairs.
Practice Schedule for Monday August 28th
-HS Football Practice on the football field at 3PM
-MS Football Practice and Parent Meeting in the Smith Gym at 7PM
-HS Volleyball Practice in the HS gym at 1PM
-HS Cheer Practice at 7AM
-6U and 4U Pop Warmer Football Practice on the football field at 5:00PM
Also happening next week.
Hooptown Youth Basketball Meeting in the Commons at 7PM
Flag Football Registration is due by the 8th of September.
We are still looking for coaches so if you are interested contact Brad Eylar at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Come and meet the new Athletic Director, Kenton Clairmont. He will have a table set up outside of the main office to help with any questions you may have about athletics and activities.
High School Update
Senior Sports Banners on Tuesday, August 29th @ 7pm
Online returning student registration is now open to fill out on Skyward Family Access. Please fill out as soon as possible.
Elementary School Update
PIE Group will be hosting a fundraiser/yard sale on Saturday, 9/9/2023. More information to follow.
9/22 - Popcorn Friday resumes. Popcorn will be for sale 25 cents per bag.
PIE Carnival - 9/29, 5-7 pm, volunteers needed. Please see the PIE table at the Open House this Monday, August 28th.
Elementary Class Lists will be posted outside the Elementary/MS office starting at noon, 8/25.
Middle School/Band Update
Parents of band students: if your student(s) need instruments, music supplies, or accessories for this school year (especially 5th grade) Hoffman Music will be in the band room from 4:30-7:30 on Monday during open house.
We are so excited to welcome students to their “Middle School Eras” experience this year! Ms. Vesneske and the MS ASB students have been working hard to get up some fun and motivational hallway decor and middle school locker tags! We are fine tuning schedules and doing all that we can to prepare for a fabulous year of fun and learning. We know that students may be a little anxious about our new “Away for the Day” cell phone policy, so here are some really great resources for help with understanding why it’s best to keep them out of classrooms. Teachers and administrators have been learning and discussing this topic along with ways to offer our support, and we are ALL IN on ensuring that every student attending Reardan Middle School is Known, Loved, and Learning.
As always, please reach out to me with ANY questions or concerns! Phone: 796.2701 x2122 Email: email@example.com
Security Update - Threat Assessment
In Reardan, we utilize the threat assessment process to keep our students and community as safe as possible:
• To provide a protocol to assess threats of potentially harmful behaviors, risk factors, and action required to support school safety.
• Work to safeguard students and staff members from potential violent acts.
• To provide a multi-level system that can mobilize broader community responses and resources to help facilitate the development and implementation of safety monitoring and management plans.
• Deliver a community resource driven safety plan tailored to alleviate threats of violence.
• Standardize the process for addressing students who pose a threat in schools that participate in the NEWESD 101 student threat assessment program.
• Involve parents in the threat assessment process.
• Document and evaluate the program’s effectiveness in dealing with students who make threats of violence, including student academic and behavioral success.
• Work in collaboration with community partners to coordinate resources for the safety and well-being of youth, families and communities.
• Assess threats of potentially harmful or lethal behavior and determine the level of concern and action required.
• Organize resources and strategies to manage situations involving students that pose threats to other students and/or staff.
• Maintain a sense of psychological safety among our students, teachers and parents.
• Reduce the number of expulsions for students who can be maintained safely in the school environment.