Reardan Weekly


Middle School Udpate

Students and staff had a busy week! We wrapped January and our character trait of Cooperation by bringing in 170 items to donate to our Reardan Food Bank as part of our Winter Fest activities. We will celebrate on Monday morning with a doughnut party. We also had our end of the month PBIS reward celebration where students with grades at “C” level and above earned a day of either games in the gym or in Mrs. Koch’s room Students loved having some phone free time to relax and have fun! Students who had grades of “D” or below were able to spend most of Friday working with Mrs. V to get organized and caught up. She is amazing at offering love and support, and I appreciated our struggling students who came to school and worked hard today. Many of them will see a big improvement on their second quarter report cards.

As the culminating activity, Mrs. V’s forensics class did a fetal pig autopsy. Students worked with partners to complete this hands on activity, and you can see that they enjoyed it immensely. As the first semester ends today, students will have some different classes on Monday as we switch elective classes (with the exception of band). We will have new schedules ready to hand out on Monday morning.

Options Students Learn How to Sew

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High School Happenings

High School Happenings

• 2nd semester starts on 1/30/23

• Reardan won the Golden Plunger against Davenport

Help your student be successful by:

• Get enough sleep, 8-10 hours per night is recommended for teenagers

• Provide snacks and lunch for students - many students go all day without eating

• Check skyward weekly and talk with your students about grades and missing assignments

• Encourage school attendance

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Security Tip - Brad Eylar, Director of Security

Here at Reardan Security one of our most important strategies for a safe school is LISTENING. Our staff accomplishes this by being in the halls, the classrooms, and always having an open-door policy. Another great way to be heard, especially if you are nervous sharing, is our online tip reporting system. Vector Solutions allows for quick, easy, and if desired, anonymous reporting to school officials. Vector Solutions can be accessed through our school webpage, by clicking the Anonymous Tip Line. From there you can text, send a message online, email, or call in a tip. All tips go to school principles and Director of Security.

Using this tool helps us hear you and your students to help make a safer school environment.

Please call 911 if you are in immediate danger or your tip is in regards to a life-threatening emergency.

Brad Eylar

Director of Security
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MultiCare’s COPE Health Scholar Programs – Clinical Experience Information Session

Feb 18 | 10-11 AM | MultiCare Deaconess

Individuals 16 years and older are invited to learn about MultiCare's Health Scholar and Junior Health Scholars programs for students interested in a career in medicine. Register today!

girlConNW (girls in grades 6-12)

All local girls in 6-12 grade are invited to attend the region's premier girl development event for FREE, focused on inspiring the next generation of women leaders through career mapping, breakout sessions and motivating speakers. Limited seats. Register today!

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