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Daily Announcements

ATTN: All Reed Students

There is currently an online quiz due by Tuesday, November 4th. Please visit your PE teacher's website and follow the quiz link.

Ski Club

Do you enjoy skiing and snowboarding? Do you want to learn how? Then the Reed Intermediate Ski Club is for you.

We will be making 4 trips to Mt. Southington on Tuesday afternoons in January and February, leaving school at 3:15 and returning at 8:30 PM.

Lessons and rentals are available or you can bring your own equipment.

Forms can be picked up in the office and can be returned starting next Wednesday morning at 8:00am. No forms will be accepted before Wednesday.

Space is limited and members will be accepted by lottery at the end of each day until we have reached our maximum. Incorrectly and incomplete forms will be returned and you will lose your place. Complete them carefully.

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Stentiford, Mr. Neeb, or Mr. Roodhuyzen

ATTN: Volleyball Intramurals

Volleyball Intramurals is fast approaching. Save your spot after school starting Tuesday, November 11th.

Parent permission slips can be found on the PE teacher's website. Please return them as soon as possible. Space is limited.

All String Players

There is still room to join Chamber Orchestra! We will be meeting at 7am on Wednesdays beginning November 12th. See Mrs. Smith or Mrs. Marak for more information.

Math Olympiad Club

Do you enjoy math? Do you like to challenge yourself in math? Do you like to work with others to solve math problems?

Whether you are a strong math student or want to become stronger, Math Olympiad just might be what you are looking for.

The RIS Math Olympiad Club will meet from November through March.

There are 2 sessions offered: Thursday mornings or Friday mornings.

It is open to 5th and 6th Graders.

Permission Forms can be found in the Main Office.

See Mr. Bernson or Mr. Neeb if you have any questions.

All 5th Grade String Players

Extra help sessions are available every Thursday morning from 7:10 - 7:60.

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Community Messages

The Reed Book Fair is coming from November 10-14!!   

The theme is Sir Readalot's Castle, Welcome to the Kingdom of Books!  We have many exciting events planned this year so be on the lookout for details in the upcoming weeks. 
Don't miss out on a great opportunity to pre-order the latest book in the ever popular series of Diary of a Wimpy Kid,  The Long Haul!!
Please fill the form out with a payment of $8.99 per book (there's is no additional taxes for this book in CT). The payment is accepted in checks only. Please make checks out to Reed PTA and write Wimpy Kid in the memo. Return the envelopes with the order form and check to your classroom teacher no later than October 30. The books will be delivered to your child before the book fair.
Looking forward to seeing all of you at the upcoming book fair!!
Sabeena Ali and Sarah Swansiger
Book Fair co-chair


We want our students to stay hydrated, but we can only allow students to bring water into the classrooms. Flavored and colored drinks, when spilled, attract bugs and stain our carpeting. Thank you for your cooperation!

PTA Newsletter

The Newtown Public School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs, activities, employment practices and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.  The Newtown Public School District does not discriminate on the basis of a disabling condition as it applies under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.

Title IX, Title VI and Section 504
Linda Gejda, Assistant Superintendent
3 Primrose Street, Newtown, CT  06470

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