Spring Carnival 2023

Ronald Reagan is preparing for it's annual Spring Carnival!

Spring Carnival

Friday - March 10th 5:00 to 7:30

The Spring Carnival is fun for the entire family and kids of all ages! Fun Games, Bounce House, Cupcake Walk, Food!

The Silent Auction funds the individual grade levels for necessities and enhancements needed in the classroom not provided by the district.

Each of the grade levels is responsible for putting together a basket(s) to auction. Please help by donating something for your class! Links for sign-up will be posted as they become available on our website.

Each class needs parents to help collect and creatively organize their baskets.
We would love to have your help!

Auction Themes Per Grade Level

Kindergarten: Summer Sun
1st Grade: Get Cooking
2nd Grade: Sports
3rd Grade:  Family Game Night
4th Grade: Gardening in Idaho
5th Grade: Date Night

Ronald Reagan's Spring Carnival is one of the highlights of the year. Fun for the entire family.

There are games to play, a bounce house, silent auction, food and mostly FUN!

We need your help making it happen! Here is a SignUp Genius for set up, clean up, and running the games.

The money raised from Carnival goes to fund expenses not funded by the district. Money raised from the baskets goes back to the individual grade levels.

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