All Rheem Students and their families are invited to attend the Fall Picnic on October 21st, 4:30 to 7:00. There will be games, giant inflatables, raffle, music, hula hoop contest, cake walk and more! Log into your account to order your wristbands and raffle tickets. To feed all the hungry kids (and parents), we have three fantastic food partners lined up for this year's Fall Picnic: wood-fired pizzas from Forno di Sbarro (you may know them from concert nights at the Commons), authentic tacos, burritos and quesadillas from Oakland's Abel the Taco Guy, and Moraga's own Loard's Ice Cream coming from just down the road from Rheem Elementary. Please enjoy this wonderful food and join us in supporting our food partners at this year's picnic!
Bake and decorate a cake or 6 cupcakes for the Rheem Fall Picnic Cake Walk!
Friday, October 21st, Multi-Use Room
Drop off cakes no later than 9:30 am
*Rheem students, teachers, parents, siblings and alumni may participate
*Bake a cake or 6 cupcakes, any size, shape, flavor, or design. Anything goes!
*NON-PERISHABLE toppings or fillings only! The cakes will be stored at room temperature all day.
*Place cake on sturdy cardboard, paper plate, foil cake pan, or other non-returnable, covered surface.
*All cakes must be covered!
*Print your child's name, grade, and teacher on a piece of paper and attach to the top of cardboard, paper plate, cover, etc. where it can easily be seen and read.
*All cakes must be delivered to Rheem's Multi-use room on Friday, October 21st no later than 9:30 am. Curbside drop-off is available at both early and late-bird drop off.
*The class with the highest participation in K-2 and 3-5 gets the Rheem Roadrunner in their classroom.
*Cakes and cupcakes will be available for viewing in the Multi-use Room until 2 pm the day of the picnic.
Any questions? Contact Bess Inzeo at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mark your calendars - Rheem Fun(d) is October 26th. Log into your account to make a donation to the Rheem PTA. Proceeds from this event will support Rheem's PTA programs.
The Rheem PTA voted to pass a resolution supporting Measure V, a $33 million school improvement bond measure on the November 8th ballot. Every Moraga school is nearly 50 years old and our aging schools need urgent repairs and updates!
Measure V would allow the District to complete identified school repairs and become eligible for millions of dollars in state matching funds. We need the community to support this to make our schools safe and modern and allow local teachers and students to continue focusing on core academics and innovative programs in the classroom.
To learn more about Measure V please visit www.YesonVforMoragaSchools.org