Daily Announcements

Reed Chess Club

Do you want to learn how to play chess?

 

Do you enjoy chess and wish to improve your game?

 

Our focus will be geared more towards beginner and intermediate chess players.

 

The Reed Chess Club will start meeting after school on Wednesdays starting November 29th. Permission forms can be obtained in the office. Contact Mr. Neeb with any questions.

Yearbook 2017-2018

Yearbook 2017-2018

Yearbooks are on Sale! To order: 
1. Go to www.coffeepond.com and then “order central” and select “yearbooks” 
 2. Enter the password risyearbook and select “online order” 

 All books ordered before 2/16/18 will be $25.00 , any books ordered after that date will be $30.00. 

*The last day to order a book is 4/10/18

Grade 5/6 Orchestra Extra Help

*All 5th Grade Orchestra Extra Help will be available on
Fridays from, 8:00 - 8:45am

*All 6th Grade Orchestra Extra Help will be available on
Thursday mornings, 8 - 8:45 am




 

Spirit Days


October 6

Jersey Day

October 27

PJ Day

November 10

Red, White, and Blue Day

November 17

Freaky Friday

December 15

Ugly Sweater Day

January 5

Food Drive ‘Winner’ Decides

January 19

Retro Day

February 9

Character Day

February 23

Future Job Day

March 9

Danny Day

March 23

Beach Day

April 13

Mismatch Day

May 4

Star Wars Day

May 11

Dress Alike Day

May 25

Disney Day

June 1 (field day)

Cluster Color Day


Spirit Sticks

Spirit Sticks will be sold at all lunches every Thursday.

 

Each Spirit Stick is $1.00.

Student Council Meeting Dates 2017-2018

***If there is a delayed-opening, there is no meeting!!***

September 19th

October 3rd


October 17th

November 21st

December 5th

January 16th

February 6th

March 6th

March 27th

April 24th

May 1st

May 22nd

PTA Reflections
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Art Enrichment Program
  • 2017-2018
    Join the Newtown Middle School Art Department to learn about the NMS Art Enrichment program! If your student LOVES art, is looking for a challenge, and wants to LEARN & TRY new materials, the art enrichment program might be for them!

    Learn about the program application process, expectations, activities and other important information. Your 6th grade student is encouraged to attend.


     Art Enrichment Program
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Community Messages

Thanksgiving Food Drive

Did you hear the news? Student Council is sponsoring their annual Thanksgiving Food Drive. Please bring in non-perishable food items and paper products to help families in need here in Newtown. I am thankful for all that I have, but it is important to help those less fortunate. The cluster that collects the most non-perishable food items will get to decide January's spirit day.

International Education Week

Newtown Public Schools are participating in International Education week this week. Each day you will hear an interesting fun fact about a different nation. We invite all Reed students to wear an International Jersey or ethnic clothing this Thursday, November 16th to celebrate International Education Week.

Tag Activities

TAG Activities days are here! Reed Students will be participating in TAG (teaming across grades) activities. Students had the opportunity to sign up for an activity that they are interested in earlier this month. They will join with other students and adults on Nov. 1st and 17th to participate in our fall TAG activities. Students will be told by their teacher which activity they signed up for and given a permission slip if they NEED it. If your child signed up for an activity that takes them off campus (such as walking club), they will be bringing home a permission slip. Most activities take place in the building so a permission slip is not necessary. All activities will take place rain or shine, so dress appropriately. Looking forward to our TAG days! 



Yearbook 2017-2018

Yearbooks are on Sale! To order:
1. Go to www.coffeepond.com and then “order central” and select “yearbooks”
 2. Enter the password risyearbook and select “online order” 

 All books ordered before 2/16/18 will be $25.00 , any books ordered after that date will be $30.00. 

*The last day to order a book is 4/10/18

Author Visit

Reed School Events
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TITLE IX POLICY STATEMENT


The Newtown Public School District is committed to a policy of equal opportunity/affirmative action for all qualified persons and equal access to Boy Scouts of America and other designated youth groups.  The Newtown Public School District does not discriminate in any employment practice, education program, or educational activity on the basis of race, color, religious creed, sex,  age, national origin, ancestry, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability (including, but not limited to, intellectual disability, past or present history of mental disorder, physical disability or learning disability), genetic information, or any other basis prohibited by Connecticut state and/or federal nondiscrimination laws.  The Newtown Public School District does not unlawfully discriminate in employment and licensing against qualified persons with a prior criminal conviction.

Inquiries regarding the Newtown Public School District’s nondiscrimination policies and practices should be directed to:

Newtown's Core Character Atrributes
Title IX, Title VI, and Section 504 Coordinator  Title IX, Title VI Coordinator  504 Coordinator 
 Jean Evans Davila, Assistant Superintendent  Sonia Raquel, Special Education Supervisor  Maureen Hall, Special Education Supervisor
 Newtown Public Schools  Newtown Public Schools  Newtown Public Schools
 3 Primrose Street,  3 Primrose Street  3 Primrose Street
 Newtown, CT  Newtown, CT  Newtown, CT
06470  06470  06470
 203-426-7617  203-270-6176  203-426-7629
 504 Form    
 davilaj at newtown.k12.ct.us  raquels at newtown.k12.ct.us  hallm at newtown.k12.ct.us


 

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