Leander ISD's Vision is that "Students will exit our system with the same passion for learning they had when they entered, without economics determining success. Every Option Open."
Welcome to Reagan!
Principal Crawford and Assistant Principal Kennel
Nurse Audra Abseck
Kindergarteners practicing fine motor skills
First Grade Team
First graders using technology to learn math
Second Grade Team
Second graders using technology to visit other classrooms virtually
Second grade explores the KVUE Storm Tracker Truck
Third Grade Team
Third Grade preparing for the Pajama Drive
Third graders using a model to learn about our solar system
Students using sun light to study its effects
Fourth Grade Team
Fourth grade making math fun and logical
Little engineers building a model
Fifth Grade Team
Fifth graders visit the aquarium
Special Programs Team
SpEd students practicing their large motor skills
Special Education Team
Music, Art and Physical Education
Child Nutrition Services Team
Reagan Elementary Garden
First grade digging in the garden
Mrs. Abby Kennel as the Thanks Giving Turkey
Reagan Ray mascot
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LISD Adding 5 Minutes to the School Day in January 2016
Beginning Monday, Jan. 4, 2016, Leander ISD will be adding five minutes to the school day. Elementary campuses will end five minutes later, and high schools will start five minutes earlier, with the exception of Cedar Park High School, which will remain on the same schedule. The new school hours for LISD elementary campuses will be 7:45 a.m. – 2:50 p.m. and high schools will be 8:40 a.m. – 3:45 p.m. Middle school hours will not change, and Cedar Park High School hours will not change.
House Bill 2610, which was passed this last legislative session, requires that public school students receive 75,600 minutes of instruction, instead of 180 days. As a result, LISD is lengthening the school day by five minutes at the elementary and high school campuses (except CPHS). LISD middle schools are not impacted by the new law, nor is CPHS, as their school day already meets the requirements of the law.
If your student rides the bus and his or her route is impacted by this change, LISD Transportation services will notify you of your child’s new pick-up/drop-off time.
LISD añade 5 minutos al dia escolar a partir de enero de 2016
Comenzando el lunes 4 de enero de 2016, Leander ISD añadirá cinco minutos al día escolar. Las escuelas primarias terminarán cinco (5) minutos más tarde, y las escuelas preparatorias (high school) comenzarán cinco minutos más temprano, con excepción de Cedar Park High School que permanecerá con el mismo horario. Las nuevas horas escolares para las escuelas primarias de LISD serán de 7:45 am a 2:50 pm y las de escuela preparatoria (high school) serán de 8:40 am a 3:45 pm. El horario de las escuelas secundarias (middle school) no cambiará.
La ley de la Cámara de Representantes 2610 que pasó esta última sesión legislativa requiere que los estudiantes de escuelas públicas reciban 75,600 minutos de instrucción en vez de 180 días. Como resultado, LISD está alargando el día escolar por cinco minutos en las escuelas primarias y preparatorias. La excepción son CPHS y las escuelas secundarias (middle school) las cuales no se impactan por la nueva ley, ya que su día escolar ya cumple con los requisitos de la ley.
Si su estudiante usa el bus escolar y su ruta se afecta por este cambio, los servicios de Transporte de LISD le notificarán de la nueva hora de recogida y llegada de su niño(a).
Join us at Reagan Elementary for our 7th annual Thanksgiving luncheon. A traditional Thanksgiving lunch will be served in the cafeteria and gym during your child’s lunch period. Click here for lunch times. The pricing for all outside visitors (including children) will be $3.50. Due to spending limits on your child’s account, we ask that you please pay with small bills or exact change. Please arrive a little early to allow time to check in the front office. Grand-parents, siblings and relatives are welcome to attend; just remember to bring your ID if you haven’t been scanned at the school yet. As always, Gupton Stadium will be open for parents to park and take a short walk to the school as parking spots are limited. We hope to see you!
Thanksgiving lunch - We NEED volunteers
VOLUNTEER AT THANKSGIVING LUNCH AND RECEIVE A ***FREE THANKSGIVING MEAL!***
Our Thanksgiving luncheon is one of our biggest events at Reagan. Its success depends largely on the help of our prized volunteers. Please follow this link to sign up for a time slot. We give thanks in advance to our volunteers!
Secure your copy of the Reagan Elementary 2015-2016 Yearbook today! They are complete with our special events pictures, teachers and staff pictures, student portraits and more! Now through March, yearbooks will be $20 each. What a deal! Click on the link above to order your yearbook TODAY!
Parents of 5th graders: buy a piece of the yearbook to send your 5th grader a special message! $10 will get you a business card size space for you to either type or write your prideline message. Space is limited and they are available on a first come, first served basis. Get yours today!
Student absenteeism is a concern for school districts statewide, including LISD. It is estimated that Central Texas students are absent 2.4 million days of school each year. Students who attend school regularly are more likely to graduate and find good jobs. In fact, a high school graduate makes, on average, a million dollars more than a dropout over a lifetime. All absences, whether excused or unexcused, are a lost opportunity to learn. Families can help reinforce the value of education by keeping a few things in mind:
Don’t make others sick. If your child is ill, he or she should stay home. Don’t let your child fall behind when he or she misses school. Ask the teacher for assignments.
Try to schedule appointments when they are least disruptive to learning.
If your child must miss school for a medical appointment, get a note from his or her doctor.
Use the LISD calendar, available at www.leanderisd.org, to plan trips and vacations to line up with school holidays.
Remember that every absence is a lost opportunity to learn.
Absences cost your child’s school about $40 per day (per absent student) in state funding.
The following link will direct you to the explanation of test results, provided by TEA. If you have any questions or need assistance, please contact your child’s teacher, a campus administrator, or the Assessment office for Leander ISD. http://tea.texas.gov/student.assessment/explainresults/