Irene Reither Elementary Events


Hello IRE Families!!  It's jogathon time!  Your students will be bringing home their Trojan Trot pledge envelopes on September 23rd.
You might hear stories from your kiddos about our pep assembly kicking off our fundraising effots. Be sure and ask your kids about our goal this year and what the Principal and Vice Principals  have agreed to do if we reach our fundraising goal of $20,000!  For details go to

Watch for more information about volunteer sign up, volunteers are needed!Run times:  Kindergarten - 9:20-9:50   First Grade - 12:20-12:50   Second Grade -:11:40-12:10    Third Grade - 1:00-1:30    Fourth Grade - 10:45-11:15  Fifth Grade - 10-10:30 


Thank you for your interest in volunteering your time at school.  If you would like to volunteer in your child's classroom, please contact their teacher.  Each volunteer must complete a Washington State Patrol Criminal History Information Form.  These forms are found in the IRE office by the volunteer sign in.  Please complete this form.  We also have a few school wide volunteer opportunities each year:

100 years from will not matter what kind of car I drive, what my bank account was, or what kind of house I lived in.  But, the world may be a better place because I volunteered!

Picture Day
Vision Screenings
Book Fairs

Field Days
Class Picture Day
Library Assistance
...and more! 




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PTA is very thankful for the amazing job all the classrooms did during last year's Box Tops competition.  Over 20,000 Box Tops were brought to school during the 2015-2016 school year. We will continue this program for the 2016-17 school year.  Keep collecting those Box Tops to help enrich our school!