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Rees E. Price Academy
I am Rees E Price, Where Character Matters

Rees E Price Students & Staff love our Price's Pride Parents!

 

**Cold Weather Safety Tips from Cincinnati Health Department**
Cincinnati—Temperatures are expected to stay below freezing for the next five days. During periods of extreme
cold it is important to take steps to keep yourself and others safe.
During extended periods of extreme cold, the Cincinnati Health Department (CHD) and the Centers for
Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) urge people to protect themselves, and to be sure their
families, friends and neighbors stay safe and warm this winter. 
Remember to:
• Eat well balanced meals with plenty of carbs and avoid alcohol.
• Limit skin exposure to the extreme cold and avoid extended periods of exposure.
• Wear proper clothing such as a hat, scarf, sleeves that are snug at the wrist, mittens
and several layers of dry clothing.
• If you suspect a problem with frostbite or hypothermia, you should seek medical care. If body temperature
is below 95 degrees it is an emergency.
• Never use a gas range, portable gas camp stove, charcoal or barbecue grill for heating indoors. Without
proper ventilation they can cause a buildup of carbon monoxide inside your home, cabin or camper.
Additional heating tips can be found at 
http://www.nfpa.org.
• Keep pets indoors as much as possible and wipe salt off paws.
The elderly, young children, adults under the influence of alcohol and the mentally ill are some of the most at
risk populations for hypothermia, which is an abnormally low body temperature that can affect the brain
and make the victim unable to think clearly or
move well. Shivering, exhaustion, confusion, memory loss, slurred speech and
drowsiness are all warning signs. Frostbite, an injury to the body caused by freezing, results in a loss of
feeling and color in affected areas such as the nose, ears, cheeks, chin, fingers or toes.

CDC Cold Weather Tips: www.cdc.gov/media/pressrel/2010/a100105.htm
For more information: www.cincinnati-oh.gov/health.

 

"I Believe In Me!"

 February 12th
Parent Conferences and Mardi Gras Math Night

 Links:

Photo Gallery

Report Card

Dashboard

I Believe In Me! Powerpoint

Newsletters:

Jan-Feb 2014

December 2013

October 2013

Rees E Price is a neighborhood school serving the East Price Hill area. 
Established in 2006, Rees E Price is the focal point for families in the areas of education,
family support and community support.
The school is home to Preschool through sixth grade with approximately 600 students.

Motto:

I am Respectful
I am Responsible
I am safe
I live these principles everyday.
I am Rees E Price Academy
Where Character Matters!

School Mission:

The students at Rees E. Price Academy will receive rigorous standards based instruction through daily assessments, targeted interventions, challenging daily activities and enrichment. The results will show that each student is progressing and making at least one year’s academic growth.

Vision for School

Rees E. Price will provide a happy, caring and stimulating environment where children recognize and achieve their fullest potential, so that they can make their best contribution to society.

 

Please check out our photo gallery! We are proud of our students. The link is on the right.

Questions, comments or concerns? Email the webmaster: reesepriceweb@gmail.com