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 Martinez
Little Free Library
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 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
5th grade play
Child Nutrition Services Team
Reagan Elementary Garden
First grade digging in the garden
Reagan Ray mascot
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YOLO! RED RIBBON WEEK
Monday,October 24 YOLO!So Make Your Mark. Celebrate higher learning by wearing a college or career shirt. Hand out YOLO Spirit Sticks.
Tuesday,October 25 YOLO!So Be “Red”-y to Make Healthy Choices. Wear red.
Wed,October 26 YOLO!So “Lei” Off drugs and alcohol – wear Hawaiian attire.
Thursday, October 27 YOLO!So Let’s Get Physical. Wear your athletic pants/sweatpants and sneakers.
Friday, October 28 YOLO!So Be True to Your School. Show your pride in Reagan by wearing school shirt.
REGULAR SCHOOL ATTENDANCE IS VERY IMPORTANT!
LISD and Reagan Elementary Remind Families thatMissing School Matters 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. 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.
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.
Make school a family priority!
Storybook Pumpkin Patch
It’s time once again to get your pumpkins and get creative! Click on the link for information about our fun, fabulous and creative Storybook Pumpkin Patch!
PTA Reflections is a nationally acclaimed student recognition program to encourage artistic creativity. Students of ALL grades and abilities may participate and explore the arts based on the 2016-2017 theme: What Is Your Story? This can be in one or all six arts disciplines, including: Dance, Film, Literature, Music, Photography and Visual Arts. Every student is recognized for their accomplishments with the opportunity for state and national awards and recognition. Entries are due by Friday, October 28. Celebrating our students’ creativity will strengthen and spread joy and understanding through our community! Questions? firstname.lastname@example.org.
Consider Walking or Biking to School this Fall
Cooler weather is here! Leander ISD and Reagan Elementary are encouraging students and families to consider walking or biking as an option for getting to and from school.
Here are some reasons to support walking and bicycling to school:
It’s fun! Walking or biking can bring a sense of joy and independence.
It promotes healthier habits! The trip to school can help children and adults get the physical activity they need.
It promotes a cleaner environment! Ditching the car and walking or biking to school can reduce traffic congestion and air-polluting emissions.
Community benefits! Walking or biking to school reduces traffic congestion, boosts a sense of community and improves neighborhood connections that benefit the entire school community.
Thank you for doing your part in ensuring the safety of all of our students during morning and afternoon drop off and pick up. Your cooperation is appreciated with driving slowly, in the designated direction and using the crosswalk to cross. Please remember to remain in your cars during drop off and pick up to speed up the process and to maintain student safety. We must emphasize that double parking and/or leaving your car unattended is not allowed. Considerations will be made concerning tardy slips in the event that the car lines are long or the weather is bad in the morning. Please use this videoas guidance for our traffic pattern.
LISD Bus Route Information Available Online Aug. 10
On Aug. 10, Leander ISD parents can enter their home address into Infofinder i, an online tool available on the LISD website, to look up their child’s bus number and pick-up/drop-off times and locations for the coming school year. In an effort to reduce expenses and ensure real-time accuracy, the district does not print and distribute bus route schedules prior to the start of school. Bus routes are subject to change, and so LISD parents are strongly encouraged to confirm their child’s bus information again the week prior to the start of school, Aug. 15-19. For transportation questions, please call 512-570-0700.
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.
Parents can complete their child’s first-day packet forms and print forms through txConnect. In the packet is the opportunity to fill out the following items:
Updating student information
Student health and allergy form
Student residency questionnaire
Student directory information
Student code of conduct
Visit this txConnect webpage for help on setting up an account and many more "how to" documents, or simply login to your txConnect account. If you have questions, please contact your campus registrar.
Parents of Fifth-Grade and Eighth-Grade Students:
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/
Be kind to our planet by recycling your paper - and paper products - in our green and yellow bin in back of our building, (by the baseball fields). Our school participates in the "Paper Retriever of Texas" program in which it receives a payout for recycling paper goods. You can help out by using our recycling bin to recycle your paper products!