RMS Band at UW!
On Monday, February 9th, the Reeves Middle School Band performed in Meany Hall at the University of Washington as part of the Pacific Northwest Music Festival. The band was adjudicated and critiqued by a few of the preeminent band directors in the country: Frank Battisti, Gary Green, & Craig Kirchhoff. It is quite an honor as numerous bands are not accepted and this is probably the only event known nationally where a middle school band is able to get this level of assessment from such renowned band directors.Students not only learned numerous concert band techniques & concepts but also learned similar things in popular music at the Experience Music Project museum in Seattle. In addition, three Reeves students were selected to perform with the University of Washington Symphonic Band in concert and students watched some excellent performances by other high school and college ensembles performing that day. It is amazing how much we talk about attending college in schools and so many of our students have not even been to one. It is our hopes that by performing at and seeing what learning looks like at the college level that our students have a better idea of setting their educational goals and motivation to attain them.We would like to thank our Reeves staff for the opportunity to attend and our parents for their chaperone help. Mr. Grostick
Safe Sitter classes during OT
During Opportunity Time on Wednesday and Friday for 5 weeks, Reeves students (must be 11 years old) have the opportunity to gain skills to confidently and safely babysit younger children. Safe Sitters is a nationally recognized babysitter training program with 25 years of service to communities. Our instructor is certified and trained to teach behavior management, child care essentials, and safety for each potential sitter. Upon completion of the class participants will be certified in Infant CPR and First Aid.
Students need to sign up in the RMS Office by Friday, February 12th. The first session begins on February 17th and there will be a limit of 10 students per session. Students must have established a strong academic history. Teacher requests for students to attend Opportunity Time takes precedent over the Safe Sitter class.
For more information contact Mrs. Knutzen at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you voters! Levy and bond measures passing
Election results update February 11:
Levy: 76.01 percent yes votes
Bond: 72.19 percent yes votes
Olympia School District voters have overwhelmingly approved a four-year maintenance and operations replacement levy and a school bond in the February 9 Special Election, based on unofficial election results released at 8 p.m. on Election Day.
Capital High to join area schools in newly formed 3A league
UPDATE February 9: The eight schools in the newly formed Class 3A league agreed today to name the league "South Sound Conference."
Capital High School will join a newly formed Class 3A athletic and activities league, which encompasses eight schools representing Thurston, Pierce, Kitsap and Mason counties.
Learn All About Kindergarten Day
On Saturday, February 20, the Olympia School District will hold its annual “Learn All About Kindergarten” informational event starting at 10 a.m. at Capital High School.
Emergency Snow Routes
Below is the 2015-16 snow bulletin for the Olympia School District, which includes specifics regarding emergency bus routes.
Order Your 2016 Reeves Yearbook Now!
Deadline is March 18th.
The OSDEF Presents HONK!
The Olympia School District Education Foundation presents HONK!, an ugly duckling story, featuring the Olympia School District Players. Performances begin February 25 at 7 p.m. with all proceeds going to benefit students through the Olympia School District Education Foundation. All performances will take place at the Olympia High School Performing Arts Center.
High school graduation rates reach record highs
The Olympia School District has a record high 89 percent of students who graduated on time in 2015 from among its two comprehensive high schools.
The graduation results are equally as impressive, district officials say, when looking at both Capital High and Olympia High schools individually.
Safe Schools Alert
Safety is our top priority. SafeSchools Alert is a reporting system that allows students, staff, and parents to submit concerns to our administration in four different ways; phone, text, email or via the web. Anyone may easily report on bullying, harassment, alcohol/other drugs, vandalism or safety concerns through the SafeSchools Alert process. Tips may be submitted anonymously.
- Monday, February 15
- No School - Presidents' Day
- Tuesday, February 16
- No School - Presidents' Day
- Thursday, February 18
- Math Help Night
- Saturday, February 20
- Learn All About Kindergarten Day
- Sunday, February 21
- A Really Big Shoe Folk Fest Fundraiser