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Computer Club

Miss Fox and Miss Giorgi invite you to join the computer club and learn about coding! We will be meeting Thursday mornings from January 31st-March 21st and we will be using the Hour of Code program to learn the basics of computer coding through games and cartoon animations. Permission slips are in the main office and must be filled out and returned by January 28th. We are only able to take the first 20 students, so get your permission slip in as soon as possible! 

Danny Day

Friday, January 25th is Danny Day.

Please show your school spirit by dressing up in either a suit, dress or shirt & tie. Most importantly, don't forget your fedora!! 

Remember, "We are how we treat each other when the day is done." 

ATTN: Extreme Sports participants

Attention Extreme Sports participants: This Friday, January 18th,  will be a bonus session for all session 1 participants.
Please double check with your parents before staying after school this week.

Music: Missing Viola

To: All Reed staff and students 
From: Mrs. Smith 

A student is missing a viola. There is no name tag on the case. Please check all hallways, lockers and classrooms. If found, please bring it to the Orchestra Room. 

Winter Concerts: Dress Rehearsal

The dress rehearsal day for the RIS winter concerts is on January 22

The exact schedule is as follows:

Period 1 - Gr. 5 Chorus
Period 2 - Gr. 6 Chorus
Period 3 - Gr. 5 Orchestra
Period 6 - Gr. 6 Orchestra
Period 7 - Gr. 5 Band
Period 8 - Gr. 6 Band

Lunch periods will be used to move equipment and reset the stage.

Please send the 5th grade Chorus members down immediately after morning announcements so that we can begin to line them up.

The evening concerts take place on:
Jan. 23 - Gr. 5 and 6 Bands, 7:00 p.m.  (snow date - Jan. 31)
Jan. 24 - Gr. 5 Chorus and Orchestra, 7:00 p.m.  (snow date - Jan. 29)
Jan. 28 - Gr. 6 Chorus and Orchestra, 7:00 p.m.   (snow date - Jan. 30)

Thank you for the support you provide to your students in their artistic pursuits.


Spirit Sticks & Days 2018-19

Spirit Sticks will be sold every Wednesday during lunches.

 Each Spirit Stick is $1.00.


January 25

Danny Day

February 8

Dress Alike Day

February 22

Retro Day

March 8

Jersey Day

March 29

Character Day

April 12

Dress Like A Teacher Day

April 26 (Sunshine Kids - $1 for sun pin OR mustache)

Mustache Day

May 3

Star Wars Day

May 17

Mismatch Day

May 30 (field day)

Cluster Color Day

June 7

Future Job Day

All other Fridays will be Reed Day.  Wear a Reed Shirt or red, white, and blue.




Community Messages
  • Reed Intermediate Yearbooks

    Reed Intermediate Yearbooks on sale now!

    Price through February 23rd is only $25 ($30 after the 23rd.) | Last day to order – April 10

    Purchasing Instructions:
    1.Go to
    2. Go to Order Central and select yearbooks
    3. Enter the password risyearbook and select on-line order and continue
    4. Enter your child’s name, grade, and book quantity
    5. Enter your email under Contact and select add to cart.

    *If you have another child to order for, please select order for another child, if not, you can finish checking out.

    *Important information- if you are ordering for more than one child, please order for each child separately. Enter the first child’s information and on the next page you will see “add another child” before you checkout.

  • Visual and Performing Arts 2018-19

     Jan. 23 RIS Gr. 5 & 6 Band Concert (Gr. 5 @ 6:30 and Gr. 6 @ 8:00 p.m.) RIS 

    (snow date –Jan. 31)

     Jan. 24 RIS Gr. 5 Chorus and Orchestra Concert, 7:00 p.m. (snow date – Jan. 29) RIS
     Jan. 28 RIS Gr. 6 Chorus and Orchestra Concert, 7:00 p.m. (snow date –Jan. 30) RIS



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