"Preparing All Students to Succeed"

  • Rea View's Meet the Teacher session for grades K-5 will take place on Friday, August 22nd from 2-4 PM.  We are asking that families with last names A-M attend from 2-3pm and families with last names N-Z attend from 3-4pm.  This helps alleviate the congestion in the building and gives the teachers more time to meet your child.  NOTE: We will not have sessions on Thursday, August 21st as was previously posted. 

    Please be sure to stop by the gymnasium on August 22nd!  All of the information you will need for the upcoming school year about PTA, buses, and Rea View in general will be available. 

     

  • Back to School Bash:
    Local businesses and houses of worship are partnering to sponsor a back-to-school bash for Union County students. The event is Saturday, Aug. 2, from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. at the Extreme Ice Center in Indian Trail. All Union County students are eligible to receive free school supplies, backpacks, shoes and haircuts. Snacks will also be provided free of charge. Families are strongly encouraged to register at www.unioncountyb2sb.org prior to the event.
     

  • Girls On the Run Coaches Needed:  Based on the demand for the Girls on the Run program at Rea View, we would like to have at least 3-4 teams each season (on M/W or T/TH days).  In order to accommodate all the girls that would like to join, we still need several volunteer coaches, especially rising 3rd grade parents.  Please contact Lani Koontz at lani@girlsontherununion.org if you are able to volunteer your time for this after school activity.

  • Rea View Elementary Summer Hours

    We will operate on a 4-day work week beginning Monday, June 16.
    Monday and Tuesday 7:30 am – 5:30 pm
    Wednesday and Thursday 7:30 am – 11:30 am
    The school will be closed Thursday, July 3 for the July 4th Holiday.

  •  2014-2014 School Supply List

  • Help your kids find time to read this summer!
    Summer camp, outside play, baseball games, and swimming are all fun things kids like to do during the summer. However, by the end of the day, children may be too tired to pick up a book. When planning summer activities with children, remember to leave some time in their schedules for reading. The best predictor of academic loss or gain is whether or not a child reads in the summer. The loss that many children experience over summer break is significant and preventable! One summer off can sometimes mean a whole year of trying to catch up. When children are encouraged to read just right, self- selected books, many not only maintain skills, but actually make reading gains. Please use this link to the Rea View Media Center page which includes recommended reading for each level. Children can read from a range of levels- a level below, at, or a level above their end of year "level". Don't let your kids experience the summer reading "slide"!

  • Parent Input Forms for the 2014-2015 school year are available in the front office and here. Please return forms to the school by June 13th.

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