Even though we're practicing safe social distancing because of the shelter-in-place, our #158Strong District Leadership Team is still meeting, planning, and doing everything we can to ensure the safety, wellbeing, and continuity of education for our students. This picture is from our most recent video conference. Email is the best way to get ahold of us right now - we look forward to hearing from you!
over 2 years ago, Lansing School District 158
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Attention #158Strong Families: next week we are going to be holding a Virtual Spirit Week! Let's have fun from home and stay positive during this pandemic. Monday, March 23 is Good Morning Monday! We encourage you to share or comment with pictures working in your pajamas. Happy posting!
over 2 years ago, Lansing School District 158
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Ms. Orlando and Mr. Cieplucha prepare 4th grade student news cast team member Jayden Maxey for his part in the monthly Reavis newscast. #RoadrunnerPride
over 2 years ago, W. C. Reavis Elementary School
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Lansing School District 158 has a new logo! Please let us know what you think. We are planning to update our school logos in the future, as well. #158Strong
over 2 years ago, Lansing School District 158
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Reavis 5th Grade students in Ms. Palermo's and Ms. Kruk's class prepare project boards for their Black History Month presentations. In addition to the classroom presentations, students will be putting on a "Live" Wax Museum presentation for the school and parents during one of the Black History Month school-wide presentation assemblies at Reavis this week. #RoadrunnerPride
over 2 years ago, W. C. Reavis Elementary School
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Congratulations to the 4th Grade Reavis Newscast Team for getting recognized at our February 19 School Board Meeting and showing their #RoadrunnerPride! Ms. Orlando and Mr. Cieplucha have successfully produced 20 news videos with this group since 2016. You can access the Reavis newscasts by visiting www.d158.net/o/wcres, clicking on Menu, and going to Videos. Happy watching!
over 2 years ago, Lansing School District 158
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Oak Glen Teachers Katie Larson and Karrie White provide information on researched based mathematical teaching strategies to teachers during the Governor's State University mentor program session at Reavis Elementary School. Teachers from multiple districts across the South Suburban region participated in the professional development sessions.
over 2 years ago, Lansing School District 158
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Students at Reavis Elementary School demonstrate the skills they learned at using a pottery wheel during Art class. #RoadrunnerPride
over 2 years ago, W. C. Reavis Elementary School
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Congratulations to all of the students that participated in the Lansing Elementary Area Science Fair! Thank you to all of the community and school board members that volunteered as judges to make an event like this happen. It is evident that Science is thriving in Lansing!
over 2 years ago, Lansing School District 158
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We are excited about the Lansing Area Elementary Science Fair this Saturday, February 1 at Reavis Elementary School! Doors open at 8:30 a.m. Enter at Door #1. We currently have 88 projects registered for the fair. Judging will begin at 9:15 a.m. Public viewing will begin at 12:00 p.m. The awards ceremony will begin at 12:30 p.m. Hope to see you there!
over 2 years ago, Lansing School District 158
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Band Director Mr. Becker has a student teacher! Mr. Canning - shown here leading a low brass sectional at Oak Glen - joins us for the spring semester from VanderCook College of Music. Dr. Schilling, a former band director himself, also dropped by to give the students a few tips. This is #158Strong music education!
over 2 years ago, Lansing School District 158
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Band Director Mr. Becker has a student teacher! Mr. Canning - shown here leading a low brass sectional at Oak Glen - joins us for the spring semester from VanderCook College of Music. Dr. Schilling, a former band director himself, also dropped by to give the students a few tips. This is #158Strong music education!
over 2 years ago, Memorial Junior High School
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Ms. Vische demonstrates and explains how to use a pottery wheel during art class at Reavis Elementary. Students will have the opportunity to make their own pottery in the upcoming weeks. #RoadrunnerPride
over 2 years ago, W. C. Reavis Elementary School
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Reavis's boys took the win over Oak Glen in overtime yesterday, while Oak Glen's girls were victorious in their season opener! #OakGlenGrizzlies #RoadRunnerPride #158Strong
over 2 years ago, Lansing School District 158
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Throwback Thursday: this was the beautiful sunset over Reavis Elementary School at our annual Trunk or Treat this past October! #RoadrunnerPride
over 2 years ago, W. C. Reavis Elementary School
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Reavis 5th Grade students participated in the Super Savers Energy Program, which helps teachers, students, and parents learn how to use energy wisely. Students learn about valuable ways to save energy and money and received a take-home kit with energy saving products to install at home with their families. Items in the kit included a high efficiency shower head, kitchen and bathroom faucet aerator, a digital thermometer, three 9 watt LED bulbs, and a shower timer. #RoadrunnerPride
over 2 years ago, W. C. Reavis Elementary School
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Members from the Reavis Girls on the Run team sponsored a food drive to collect food and monetary donations for families in need over the holiday season. In addition to collecting enough food items for 12 families, the team raised enough money to provide gift cards to local supermarkets. #RoadrunnerPride
almost 3 years ago, W. C. Reavis Elementary School
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Students in Mrs. Rhodes' fourth grade class created a series circuit of Christmas lights to go along with their Physical Science Unit on electricity. Students labeled their circuit and used a 9 volt battery as their energy source to light their resistors (or Christmas lights). We have some electrical engineers in our future! #RoadrunnerPride
almost 3 years ago, W. C. Reavis Elementary School
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Dr. Schilling and Mr. Kostopoulos getting in the holiday spirit and showing their #RoadrunnerPride at Reavis's Cookies with Santa!
almost 3 years ago, Lansing School District 158
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