A Day in the Life…

Tuesday October 4th is our annual “A Day in the Life” night. Come learn a little more about your child’s day. There will be 3 sessions. From 5:30-6, come hear from our resource teachers in the Media Center. Don’t leave yet! The Scholastic Book Fair will be open from 6-8 p.m. in the Media Center.…

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#DoYouKnow- Research suggests when fathers are actively involved; students perform better academically, have fewer discipline problems, and become more responsible adults. #FLedu #FLDadsatschoolday Come and have breakfast with your child! When: September 28, 2016 8:15-8:45 Who: Fathers, stepfathers, grandfathers, uncles, big brothers, foster fathers and other significant male role models Where: REE Cafeteria Cost: $2…

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Spill the Water!

Click here to read the letter from Mr. Gent, SLC Superintendent, regarding Zika. Living in Florida, mosquitoes are seemingly part of our everyday life. However, many children don’t know mosquitoes not only make them itch, but can carry diseases like Zika and West Nile virus. Not all mosquitoes are the same. Different mosquitoes spread different…

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Back to School Time!

It’s that time of year! Your child’s next teacher has already been into the school setting up for the new year, full of possibilities! If you have an incoming Kindergarten student, there will be a Kindergarten Orientation on Monday August 1  6-8 p.m. Come find out what to expect for your child’s Kindergarten year! Orientation…

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Avoid the Summer Slide!

Children lose a  lot of skills through the summer months, simply by not being in school each day. This is referred to as the “summer slide”. Help your child keep those academic skills! Read together, talk with them, go places with them. Get a library card, go to the beach, a zoo, a park… Live…

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Wilderness Club

Wilderness Club is a hit! The students enjoyed exploring the natural areas surrounding our school every Tuesday morning. Sadly, next Tuesday, May 10, will be the last meeting for the year! Look for information regarding Wilderness Club next school year.

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Wilderness Club

  The Wilderness Club is comprised of about 75 junior explorers from grades K to 5 and 4 teachers (Mrs. Brown, Mr. & Mrs. Slappey, and Mrs. Egan).  Weekly on Tuesday mornings we learn about nature and wildlife.  We have adventured into the surrounding woods and learn how to identify the different eco systems, found…

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