Principal Message

Rainier Principal Kylie Danielson

Transportation Changes

If your child’s method of transportation changes for any reason, please make sure that you send a letter to your child’s teacher or call the main office, no later than 2pm. Office staff needs time to contact teachers before they leave their classrooms to ensure your student gets home in the correct manner. Thank you!

Every morning, we begin our day in the gym for pledges. Along with the pledge of allegiance, we do our Kids at Hope adult pledge, otherwise known as our treasure hunter pledge, and the students do their Kids at Hope pledge. The student pledge states –

“I am a kid at hope. I am talented, smart, and capable of success. I have dreams for the future, and I will climb to reach those goals and dreams every day. All children are capable of success. No exceptions, no excuses!”

We start our day this way for many reasons, the most important being that our staff believes that every child at Rainier is capable of anything they put their minds to. We want to make sure every student believes this as well. Over the many days off this holiday season, I encourage you to talk to your child(ren) about what their dreams are for the future. Not only what they want to be when they grow up, but what do they want their life to look like? Do they want to live somewhere warm? Do they want to live in the city or the country? Do they want pets and/or children? What hobbies do they want to pursue? The more we talk to children about their goals and dreams, the more they will be able to visualize the future they hope to achieve!

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