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    Important Dates:

    10/15:  Welcome Back!

    10/15-10/26:  Box Top Collection Drive

    10/18:  Make-Up Picture Day

    10/19:  Star Wars Day

    10/19:  Movie in the Quad: Star Wars (hosted by Student Council)

    10/19: Square 1 Art Fundraiser begins

    10/22-10/26:  Red Ribbon Week

    Monday: Wear Red- Kick off Red Ribbon Week

    Tuesday: Wear Crazy Hats/Socks- “I’m healthy from head to toe!”

    Wednesday: Wear Superhero gear- “Be Strong!”

    Thursday: Wear Jersey/Sports gear- “Team Up and be Safe”

    Friday: Wear Eagle Spirit- “Our school chooses to be healthy and safe!”

    10/23-25:  KC Club Boo Grams Sales

    10/24: Five Guys Dine Out Night

    10/24: BUSD Board Meeting @ 7 pm

    10/31:  Halloween Parade @ 8:30 am

    11/1: End of Trimester 1

    11/2: No School- Staff Development Day

    Thank you Parents, for updating our bathrooms-

    Posting Encouraging Quotes for our Students!



    Independence High School Students teach 4th grade Mrs. Volta's Class

    Environmental Sciences


    Happy Friday!  Show your Eagle Pride!


    Fun at the Ron Nunn Autumn Fair!


    Thank you RNPC and all donors!



    Volunteer to help at Drop Off Loop!

    If you are interested in helping at the morning drop off loop as an Eagle Concierge- Sign Up Here!


    Sign Up to Volunteer at Loop

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    Art Docent Program has a wish list on Amazon.  Click on the icon to donate!

    Drive Safe and Show the Eagle Code:  Cooperation, Participation & Respect in the Ron Nunn Pick Up / Drop Off Loops!



    Loop Reminders- Show  CPR:  Cooperation, Participation, and Respect!


    Updates from Mrs. Griffith Fraley

    Music Teacher


    Band Petting Zoo!

    Informational Band Meeting 8/7 @ 5:30 pm





    Ron Nunn Parent's Club Board



    Get Involved and Engaged in our Learning Community!


    President:  Keshila Shannon

    Vice President:  Gavin and Sandra Jew 

    Treasurers:  Brian Douglas

    Secretary:  Jessica Buscho

    Fundraising: Jen Walker and Lettie Smithwick

    Publicity:  Heather McKinney

    Room Rep Coordinators:  Nicole Alcorn and Krissy DeLima

    Hospitality:  Jacqueline McVicker

    Volunteer Coordinator:  Leigh Poole

    Historian:  Angela Greenwell

    Family Fun Night: Antoinette Brown


    VIP Positions:

    Spirit Wear:  OPEN

    Marquee: Liegh Poole & Lauren Campbell

    Delta Education Foundation Coordinator:  Reagan Franklin


    School Attendance Is the Key to Success
    Your child’s attendance is directly related to their academic success at school. Tardiness to school causes your child to miss instruction and disrupts the rest of the class. It is nearly impossible to replace the key first instruction that a child misses when he/she is absent. Additionally, Brentwood Union School District receives a significant portion of its funding based upon student attendance. The district will only receive funding when children are in school. Students absent from school for any reason will not receive funding. It is critical that your child attend school regularly and be on time for class every day. 


    Going Somewhere? Site Based Independent Study
    If your family is planning to leave for 5-20 days, resulting in your child missing school, your child is eligible for Site-Based Independent Study (SBIS). While there is no substitute for being in the classroom setting, SBIS provides your child the necessary work to keep pace with what their peers are doing in class. It also counts as an excused absence and the school receives funding as if your child was actually in school. Please inform your child’s teacher or notify the office early if you plan to have your child out for a period of 5-20 days. 


    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.

    Please click on the Cyber Safety Link to review the various safety measures with your children in using the Internet and Social Media.  


    Cyber Safety Link 




    Pay for field trip donation here!

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    your student's ID number

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