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Ron Nunn School- Home of the Eagles

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10/17:  Welcome Back to School
10/18:  Round Table Pizza Night

10/21:  Kindergarten All Together Day
10/21:  Parent's Club Meeting @ 8:20 (Conference Rm)

10/21:  Movie in the Quad @ 6 pm

10/24-10/28:  Red Ribbon Week
Monday: Sock it to Unhealthy Choices(Crazy Sock Day)
Tuesday:  We've Got a Bright Future(Sunglasses Day)
Wednesday:  Put a Cap on Unhealthy Choices(Hat Day)
Thursday:  Be on the Safe & Healthy Team(Team Jersey Day)
Friday:  Red Ribbon Week Pledge(Wear Red Day)

10/28:  Halloween Family Fun Night @ 6 pm (MPR)

10/31:  Halloween Day (Halloween Parade at 8:30 am)  Students may wear costumes and change after parade.  Please no masks, look alike weapons, or props. 
11/1:  No School; Staff Development Day

Complete the Parent Survey!  


Please take a few minutes to complete our Parent Survey to give feedback on Ron Nunn's Goal #4: Culture and Safe School Climate.  We would like to have feedback from all families.

Thank you! 


Parent Survey Link

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Red Ribbon Week is Oct. 24-28

Join the Ron Nunn Community in celebrating healthy choices and saying no to drugs during Red Ribbon Week.  We will have various activities throughout the week to encourage students to make safe and healthy life choices.  


Monday: Sock it to Unhealthy Choices (Crazy Sock Day)

Tuesday:  We've Got a Bright Future (Sunglasses Day)

Wednesday:  Put a Cap on Unhealthy Choices (Hat Day)

Thursday:  Be on the Safe & Healthy Team (Team Jersey Day)

Friday:  Red Day (Red Ribbon Day)

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Halloween Family Fun Night- October 28

Gather your costumes and family for a night of Halloween Fun!  Join the Ron Nunn community for the Family Fun Night on Friday, October 28 from 6-8 pm.  There will be snacks and a DJ for a Halloween dance party.  This is a free event.  


Halloween Activities at Ron Nunn School

On Monday, October 31 we will celebrate Halloween with a Costume Parade at 8:30 am on the Playground blacktop.  Please make this parade enjoyable for all children by remebering these expectations.  Masks, scary costumes, props, and look alike weapons are not appropriate at school.  Thank you for your support.



No School On November 1st 

We will have a Staff Development Day on November 1st.  Therefore, students will not attend school on Tuesday, November 1st.  Please plan accordingly. 

Brain Games presented by LUHSD Ed Foundation


Last spring, we debuted The Brain Games for students in 4th through 8th grades and it was such a success that we were asked to bring it back again this fall and to include high school students.


Brain Games

Saturday, Oct. 22

Heritage High School

11 am - 1 pm (Grades 4-8)


In The Brain Games, teams of 5-7 students compete by grade level in a series of fun, problem-solving challenges, puzzles and games. No practice or preparation is necessary. This isn’t an ‘academic’ event that requires prior knowledge of certain subjects or facts. Instead, students are challenged on the spot to think outside the box as they build, solve and create in this unique, multi-district event.

This is a great opportunity for schools to show off their spirit and pride.

Ron Nunn Students can form teams now and sign up.

Please refer to the Brain Games Flyer Link for more information!


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Brentwood Turkey Trot for Schools

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Ron Nunn's Backyard BBQ a Tremendous Success!


Thank you to our Parent's Club, Brentwood Rotary Club, volunteers and Ron Nunn Families for your support in our Backyard BBQ on Friday, Sept. 16th.


A great time was had by all!  Thank you to Rotary for the donations of hot dogs and bbq skills.  Thank you to the parents and Bristow and Adams Leadership students that helped make the games a success.  We also appreciate our vendors for their support.  


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Game Room Kicks off at Ron Nunn School!


Every Tuesday at lunch, students are invited to join our school counselor, Mrs. Hulstrom to participate in Game Room during their lunch recess.  During this time, students are able to socialize, play games together, and have an environment to build relationships with each other and our school counselor.  Students are given a Game Room pass by their teacher or are invited by other staff members.  

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Thank you to Round Table Pizza for donating to our Pizza with the Principal Program!!!round table pizza.png

Ron Nunn Parent's Club Company Sponsorship Available

Thanks to our incredible company sponsors, Ron Nunn raised over $6,500 last year. This year, we hope to DOUBLE that amount. There are three levels of sponsorship packages ranging from $250-$800 (customized packages are also available). Becoming a Ron Nunn Sponsor is a great way gain exposure while helping our school. We are also a non profit, which means your partnership is tax deductible!

For more information, please contact Alexis Hyland at ahyland2230@gmail.com.


Sponsorship Information Link

Sponsorship Order Form Link


Leave your Mark on Ron Nunn

If you missed out on buying a commemorative brick last year, you are in luck!  Our Mary's Garden Brick Fundraiser has been extended to August 31st.  Bricks are 4" x 8" and cost $85.  




Brick Order Form Link

Buddy Bench- A Friendly Idea


Ron Nunn School's Bella and Sophia thought that they would like a Buddy Bench at Ron Nunn School.  They said the Buddy Bench will allow for students that did not have friends or those that wanted to make new friends to have a way of doing so.  The way it works is if you want to make a new friend or are feeling lonely, sit on the buddy bench.  All students, especially those on Buddy Patrol, will come and ask you to play or talk with that student.  It is a way for Ron Nunn Eagles to continue to spread kindness even on the playground.  It has been a great success in the first month of inception.  Way to show Cooperation, Participation, and Respect Eagles!

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25th Anniversary Student Celebration a Great Success! 

On Friday, May 13th we celebrated with our students 25 years of Educational Excellence.  There were student performances, Eagle Jog A Thon hosted by the Parent's Club, Hot Dog lunch donated by our Brentwood Rotary Club, as well as various activities and stations including a DJ donated by Keith Fox.  Students had a blast.  We appreciate all of the volunteers that made this event a success! 

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Every School Day Counts!  Ron Nunn School Attendance Goal: 97.4%

Our current school attendance goal is 97.4%.  We are striving for consistent attendance every day!  
Did You Know?  
•    Attendance Gaps lead to Achievement Gaps!
•    Good attendance in Pre K & K builds academic & social skills for the future
•    Kids who are chronically absent (miss 18 + days) in Pre K & K have only 18% chance to be proficient readers in 3rd Grade. 
•    Kids who miss 10 days in K and 1st grade have 35% chance to be proficient reader in 3rd grade.   
•    75% of students who are chronically absent (miss 18 + days) in 6th grade will dropout of high school.
•    School Attendance is Habit Forming!
•    When you come to school on time, your day starts smooth, your classroom routine is smooth and your day starts off better.  
•    You can learn more when you are not stressed in the morning.
•    Start good habits at home like waking up with alarm, same routine, eat breakfast,  and your day will go better 

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Brentwood School District Wellness Guidelines state:
Due to allergy concerns, it is strongly recommended to use only commercially prepared food items (ingredients are listed on packaging).

For everyone's safety, it is a school expectation that any treats for birthday or holiday celebrations for students include only commercially prepared items with ingredients listed on the package. 

Our School recommends alternatives to food for holiday celebrations including learning games or other activities to celebrate students.

Thank you for your cooperation in this effort.  Our goal is to keep all students safe and model healthy food choices.  If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Wallace.

Today: 10/21/16
8:20 AM Parent's Club Meeting