Rea PTA and AVID Family Night
Using Two-Column Notes, an AVID strategy, Rea families create a patch for the Rea Family Quilt. The quilt features a family tradition, favorite food and family fun activity common in each household. The quilt hangs in the MPR and is a proud display of our family traditions.
Collaboration & Goal Setting
Parents and Teachers work together to shape this year's Goal Setting Conferences in October. As a result, every Rea student will have a team of support focused on their individualized goals that will measure their growth and progress.
Thank you to our parents who continue to join us during our planning meetings.
The Rea Team is ready for AVID
We can't wait to see our SHARKS on Tuesday, September 6th!
AVID Elementary & Dress for Success/ Vestidas Para Exito!
Rea AVID students will feel more confident at school when they are dressed for success and prepared to meet the high expectations of learning. Please make sure your child is dressed according to the Rea uniform policy
Estudiantes de Rea, una escuela de AVID, se sentirán con más confianza en la escuela cuando son vestidas para el éxito y preparados para satisfacer las altas expectativas de aprendizaje. Por favor, asegúrese de que su hijo se viste en uniforme de Rea:
science, technology,reading, engineering, art & math
On June 9th the stREAm Showcase unveiled a night of inquiry based projects featuring an infusion of science, technology, reading, engineering, art and math (stREAm). Students were empowered to present learning in their unique, creative and collaborative Rea-way.
Spring Football Clinic with Estancia High
Rea AVID & Technology School
Beginning in the 16/17 school year, Rea will convert to an
AVID Elementary & Technology School
preparing students using proven practices to be successful at TeWinkle, Early College High School, college and career.
To learn more about AVID call
Rea Baile Folklorico
New Mural Installation
Read more about it in the Daily Pilot.
Class of 2021 goes to College
6th graders visit Long Beach State
Our capable, talented and intelligent SHARKS took a tour of campus, visited a lecture hall, student union,
learned about student government and
introduced to Track & Field with the
nations top ranked student-athletes.
Oh the places our Sharks will go!
Thank you Long Beach State.
Honoring Mr. Montgomery for his love and committment at Rea Elementary.
On Thursday, April 9, the Rea community learned of the passing of our beloved Kindergarten teacher,
Mr. Trip Montgomery.
His infectious smile, zest for life, care of the Rea family and enthusiasm as an educator will be greatly missed by all who were touched by his life.
Donations for the Montgomery family can be sent here: http://www.gofundme.com/rnvm44
Rea's Main Office Makeover
The Office is getting a makeover and we are filled with Rea Pride!
Rea Elementary, Segerstrom Center of the Arts & Disney Musical in School production of The Aristocats-Tickets selling fast!
Congratulations to Rea's Teacher of the Year Mrs. DeLloyd
Rea Celebrates NMUSD Classified Employee of the Year Mr. Perez!
Robocation & iTeach Compete in the Fall First Lego League Tournament
Design and Flight: Aerospace Experience
Students in 5th grade have been engaged in a series of science, technology, enginereing and mathematic (STEM) lessons connected to the field of Aerospace. Through hands-on projects that incorporated collaboration with peers and the construction of rockets and wing design, students were assessed on their creative construction of an efficient rocket, succes of their rocket launch without fail and most importantly their ability to collaborate and work as a team. The end of the unit was complimented with an engaging opportunity to meet A-10 pilot Major Greg Krino. Major Krino knew he wanted to be a pilot when he was in 2nd grade after watching Star Wars. With the dream of being the next Luke Skywalker, Major Krino attended the Airforce Academy where he learned about flying. His story inspired our students to pursue their dream through their education, choosing the right friends who will be supportive, be a good person in the community and an athlete which promotes their health and happiness.
4th Annual Jog-a-Thon: October 16th
Let the Games Begin!
Rea has a fresh new Blacktop!
Aeries Parent Portal
Click below for instructions
NCLB Program Improvement
The application window is open now until May 3, 2017. Please submit completed applications to your schools front office.
Summer Music Academy
Students currently in Grades 3-6 will learn how to read music and play an instrument. Instruction will be offered in music reading and playing on violin, cello, flute, clarinet, trumpet, baritone, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, percussion and electric bass. Students will be provided the use of clarinets, trumpets, or violins, student method (instrument) books and music theory exercises. There will be a culminating concert at the end of the program.
Summer Engineering Academy
Students currently in Kinder – Grade 6 have an exciting opportunity to explore earth science concepts through a series of investigations with an emphasis on engineering, exploration, data collection and interpretation. The Academy will provide students with an understanding of science that will stimulate curiosity, develop thinking skills, promote confidence, and support the Next Generation Science Standards and New State Standards.
For more information please click on the resources below:
The annual Pilot Cup registration window is open! This event is open to students in grades 3 through 6. It will be held Tuesday, May 30th through Sunday, June 4th, 2017.
Please click on the attached items for more information, entry forms, and the rules and regulations.
We are proud to announce that the Newport-Mesa Unified School District has been selected as a finalist for the 2017 Learning Impact Awards. The program recognizes outstanding innovative applications of education technology to address significant challenges facing education.
Please read the attached Learning Impact Award news item for more information!
Hoag Hospital Visits Rea
Did you know that Hoag Hospital has a job for every letter of the alphabet?
Rea students learned about a career in medicine at Hoag.
The Newport-Mesa Unified School District Governing Board is committed to providing equal opportunity for all individuals in education. District programs, activities, practices, and employment shall be free from discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and bullying based race, color, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, age, religion, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression; the perception of one or more of such characteristics; or association with a person or a group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics. This policy applies to all acts related to school activity or school attendance within a school under the jurisdiction of the Superintendent. Any school employee who witnesses an incident of unlawful discrimination, including discriminatory harassment, intimidation, retaliation, or bullying, shall immediately intervene to stop the incident when it is safe to do so. Compliance Officer Contact Information: Associate Superintendent, Chief Human Resources Officer, 2985 Bear St. Costa Mesa, CA 92626, 714-424-5041