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
Destination Imagination teams getting ready to compete!
SpEd students practicing their large motor skills
Special Education Team
5th grade play
Child Nutrition Services Team
Reagan Elementary Garden
First grade digging in the garden
Reagan Ray mascot
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Pre-K & Kinder Registration Dates Set for April 13, 14
Families of children who will attend kindergarten in Leander ISD next fall, as well as families with children who qualify for the district’s free pre-kindergarten program, are encouraged to register their children for school on April 13 and 14. Parents may register their child at any elementary school in the district, even if they are zoned to attend another LISD campus.
Wednesday, April 13, the following campuses will host pre-k and kindergarten registration from 7:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.: Cypress Elementary, Deer Creek Elementary, Faubion Elementary, Grandview Hill Elementary, Laura Welch Bush Elementary, Naumann Elementary, Reed Elementary, River Place Elementary, River Ridge Elementary, Rutledge Elementary, Steiner Ranch Elementary and Westside Elementary.
Thursday, April 14, the following campuses will host pre-k and kindergarten registration from 7:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.: Bagdad Elementary, Block House Creek Elementary, Camacho Elementary, Cox Elementary, Giddens Elementary, Knowles Elementary, Mason Elementary, Parkside Elementary, Plain Elementary, Pleasant Hill Elementary, Reagan Elementary, Whitestone Elementary and Winkley Elementary.
Due to projected enrollment size for the 2016-2017 school year, this campus has been closed to new transfers, except consideration will be given to siblings of students who currently attend and who will attend next year. Please be aware that if your student is not zoned to this campus or does not already attend this campus on an
approved transfer, this campus is closed and will not be accepting any NEW transfer requests for the following school year, 2016-2017.
Children who currently attend the campus as a 4th-grader, either as a zoned student or as a transfer student, will be permitted to attend the current campus as a 5th-grade transfer in the next school year, and siblings will be permitted to transfer in on a space- and staff-available basis.
All requests to transfer/remain as a transfer must be submitted by the priority deadline date (March 20, 2016) each year in order to be considered, INCLUDING this year's 4th-graders.
Fight the Bite: Protect Yourself Against Mosquitoes
Mosquito season is right around the corner. Mosquito bites may cause illness. Many people who get a mosquito disease will not feel sick, but some cases can cause serious illness or death. Children, elderly and those with certain health conditions may be at a higher risk of getting sick if they become infected. Protect yourself, your family and our community from mosquitoes with the 3-Ds:Defend use an EPA-approved insect repellant; Dress dress in long sleeves and pants when outdoors, especially at dawn and dusk; Drain drain standing water around your home, so mosquitoes don¹t have a place to breed.
For more information about mosquito surveillance initiatives in Williamson County, contact WCCHD Environmental Health Services at 512-943-3620 or visit www.wcchd.org.
Combata las picaduras: Protéjase de los mosquitos
La temporada de mosquitos está a la vuelta de la esquina. Las picaduras de los mosquitos causan muchas enfermedades. Muchas personas que son picadas por mosquitos no se sienten enfermas, pero en algunos casos pueden causar enfermedades graves incluso la muerte. Los niños, ancianos y aquellos con ciertas condiciones de salud podrían estar en mayor riesgo de enfermarse si llegan a infectarse. Protéjase a sí mismo, su familia y su comunidad de los mosquitos con las Siguientes recomendaciones:
Defiéndase Use un repelente contra insectos aprobado EPA Cúbrase bien Vístase con pantalones largos y camisas de manga larga cuando esté en exteriores, especialmente durante el atardecer y al amanecer.
No almacene agua vacíe o drene todos los depósitos de agua en su casa, de forma que los mosquitos no tengan un ambiente donde sobrevivir.
Para mayor información sobre las iniciativas de protección de salud en contra de los mosquitos en Williamson County, contacte a WCCHD Environmental Health Services al 512-943-3620 o visite www.wcchd.org.
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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/