Reese News Bulletin


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FALL 2019


Raised Garden Beds

Recently, United way and Reese students came together to start work on building raised vegetable garden beds that will be used for a project at Trails Regional Library.

Raised Garden Bed Project

AED Donation

Earlier this year, Reese staff attended AED and CPR training. We also received a new AED box for our building. Then this past week, the Warrensburg Police Department donated an AED box to safely store our AED machine. We are so grateful for the partnership, and special thank  you to our SRO Chad Boles for delivering the box right to our school!

AED Box Donation

Candle Sale!

Reese Company is selling candles and other items! All funds support a field trip while building life skills! If interested, please contact for availability and pricing.

Reese Candle Fundraiser

Reese Candles

Fall Parties

We had the best day working at Maple Grove’s Fall Party! The staff and students at Maple Grove welcomed our Reese Family with smiles and love. Here are a few of the pictures we can post... enjoy! We are so proud of our students for being leaders and giving such an amazing effort for the littles!

Fall Parties 2019

Johnson County United Way

In conjunction with Johnson County United Way, Reese students went to work on a survival box that is to be placed at a location in town. Students are assembling the project then will paint and install the roof unit. They are learning these skills through community trade volunteers and after the box is finished and placed, Reese students will come up with a stocking list and communication plan to let community members know what items are needed for the box.

New Survival Box

Stepping Stones

Mrs. Knight’s class made stepping stones to our Survival Locker to make it easier and more beautiful to use. What a great project! Thank you, Mrs. Knight and students, for looking for ways to improve our school.

Stepping Stones

Clean the Burg

A teacher chose #CleantheBurg as one of our service projects for the year and back in October we went to clean. Watching our students pull weeds and pick up trash to become a positive part in our community was touching. They worked hard and we all were a sweaty mess! We enjoyed a break when we returned! To all our Reese students... I see you trying to make a difference!! You matter and you do belong to this community.

Clean The Burg

Click here to read the article in The Daily Star Journal!