Extra-Curricular Activities for Reed Owls!UIL Academic CompetitionSchool Coordinator: Ms. DinglerWho: Interested 2nd –6th Grade StudentsWhat: Various academic and fine arts teams coached by school staff membersWhen: Teams begin forming in late OctoberWhere: Practices occur at Reed and competition will be held at Allen High School in JanuaryUIL is a wonderful way for students to practice various academic skills and have an opportunity to compete against teams from other elementary campuses in Allen.
Pride CouncilSponsor: Mrs. GosdinWho: 5-6 Gr. Students chosen through an application processWhat: Leadership, development and community serviceWhen: Twice monthly after schoolStart Date: Late September (has already begun this year)Students may nominate themselves with parent permission. Pride Council representatives are decided by their previous homeroom teacher. These students lead various school service projects throughout the year.
Empowered LeadersSponsors: Coach Battaia and Mrs. StinchcombWho: 6th Grade girls and boys chosen through an application processWhat: Leadership, development and community serviceWhen: Meet twice monthly after schoolK-OWL News TeamSponsor: Mrs. WilliamsWho: 6th Grade Students chosen through an application processWhat: Broadcast journalism teamWhen: Mornings at 7:30Start Date: AugustWhere: Reed libraryK-OWL is Reed’s morning news broadcast team. This team provides important announcements to the student body each day. The team consists of five to six 6th grade students. All 5th graders can apply in May.Yearbook TeamSponsor: Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Dill
Who: Any 5th and 6th Grade Students
What: Production of school yearbook
When: Applications go out in spring of 4th gradeS.T.E.A.M. ClubSponsor: Mrs. DinglerWho: 5th & 6th Grade Students selected through an application processWhat: Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Math Club, working on STEM projectsWhen: Once or twice monthly, after school until 4:30 p.m.Peer HelpersSponsor: Mrs. Hodge and Mrs. Tillinghast
Who: 5th and 6th Grade Students selected through an application process
What: Assist students with special needs in PE, during morning arrival, and on some field trips
When: Helpers are assigned rotational duties throughout the school year.
Last Modified on April 16, 2019