RES Updates

  • Base 49 is currently taking students for SUmmer 2021! Check out their page for more information: https://www.d49.org/Page/9264


     

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  • Check out the latest newsletter for March from Principal Lisa Fillo.

    Remington March Newsletter

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  • Hello Remington Family! Check out the February Newsletter from Principal Lisa Fillo! 


     

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  • Check out the October Newsletter from Principal Lisa Fillo!

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  • Caregiver Hub: https://amplify.com/ckla-caregiver-resources-hub

    Caregiver Hub in Spanish: https://amplify.com/ckla-caregiver-hub-spanish

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  • Register Here for E-Learning in the Evening!

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  • Here at Remington we are continually striving for improvement and success. Please click here to read a letter from Mrs. Fillo regarding how we are using the Student Survey Results to better the work we do here at RES. Studer Survey Results

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  • Is your child ready for kindergarten?

    Before kindergarten begins in August, your child should have acquired skills that will help in the classroom run more smoothly and improve your child's self-confidence.  Is your child ready?

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  • 2016 3B Priorirty Two Projects at RES: Overwhelming voter approval of ballot issue 3B last November means summer construction at Remington Elementary School is getting underway. Nearly $800,000 of projects to renovate and refresh the building are scheduled to be completed prior to the start of the 2017-2018 school year. Visit the leadership updates page to learn more about the projects inside and outside the building.


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  • Please use crosswalks near RES Important Traffic Information: Ensuring the safety of students, staff and visitors takes all of us during the busy drop-off and pick-up times. Please read an important message from Lisa Fillo, principal on the leadership updates page.


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  • No Dogs on School Property: For the safety of all our students, please do not bring dogs on school property when dropping off or picking up kids. Not only are many young children anxious around animals, but dogs can cause unsanitary conditions especially in the areas in which children enjoy recess. The safety and well-being of our students is top priority and we appreciate your assistance and understanding. 


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  • School Volunteers Impact Lives: We love volunteers in our school and classrooms. Whether it is reading to kids, helping make copies, and simply supporting our staff and students, we need you. For the safety of students, a volunteer application and fingerprint background checks are required. Fingerprints are taken at the District 49 education service center at 10850 E. Woodmen Rd. There is a $20 fingerprint processing fee.


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  • IDs Required: For the safety of all students and staff, everyone must bring a driver’s license or other state identification, which must be scanned, to visit or volunteer. All school visitors and volunteers are given a badge that displays their portrait, and the date and time of their arrival. Parents and guardians may be asked to show a driver's license when picking up a student.


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  • Safety/Security Drill: District 49 Safety & Security conducted a safety drill on Tues., Aug. 30. As the drill began, a phone call and email notification was sent home to RES families. Read the email on our leadership updates page.


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  • parking logo Parking Lot Procedures: Please do not park on any grass areas on or around school property. Parking at the preschool is not allowed, the gravel area is a fire lane and cannot be blocked at anytime. Please follow traffic patterns and obey signs during drop off and pick up. Thank you for your patience during high traffic times.


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  • IDs Required: For the safety of all students and staff, everyone must bring a driver’s license or other state identification, which must be scanned, to visit or volunteer. All school visitors and volunteers are given a badge that displays their portrait, and the date and time of their arrival. Parents and guardians may be asked to show a driver's license when picking up a student.


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  • What's the best time to call or stop by? Our school hours are 7:55 a.m. to 3:05 p.m.
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