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PK and K Round Up

The Round Up Meeting for our newest group of pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students takes place this week, Tag along KMarch 9.  This is an opportunity for parents to find out about the district PK and K programs and enroll their child for the 2010-11 school year.

Georgetown will hold it’s meeting at 7 pm in the Multi-Purpose Room.  There will be the option to attend a day time program at 10 am  (held at Alward, South or Jamestown).  The material will be the same for all schools, simply held at these locations for those that must attend during the day.

If you know a neighbor who has an upcoming PK or K child, please encourage them to attend the meeting.  For those who cannot attend, the materials for registration can be found on live links below.

REGISTRATION PAPERWORK

INFORMATION ABOUT SCREENING (Held on March 16 and 17) AND CURRICULUM PROGRAMS

Mrs. Reagan

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PK and K Round Up: 2010

It is hard to believe that we are getting ready for our newest group of pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students.   It is time for us to get the word out about enrolling children for the 2010-1011 school year.  PK K

If you have a child that will be in PK or K next year, please mark your calendar for          March 9, 2010. There will be the option to attend a day time program at 10 am  (held at Alward, South or Jamestown).  The material will be the same for all schools, simply held at these locations for those that must attend during the day.

  • All schools will host evening Round Ups at 7 pm.
  • Georgetown’s meeting will be in the Multi-Purpose Room.

If you know a neighbor who has an upcoming PK or K child, please encourage them to complete the registration information and health appraisal form.  These forms are turned into the school office.

REGISTRATION PAPERWORK

INFORMATION ABOUT SCREENING (Held on March 16 and 17) AND CURRICULUM PROGRAMS

Mrs. Reagan

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K Round Up

It is March 17 — the day we kick off our first official preparations for the 2009-10 school year with Kindergarten Round Up.  We will have two identical presentations, offered at two different times of the day.  Parents can choose to attend the 10 am or 7 pm session.  Information about the daily schedule, programming, and registration will be shared.  The sessions will be held in the MPRoom, which is just inside the front door.  I am looking forward to welcome kindergarten parents to Georgetown.

Mrs. Reagan

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PK/K Round Up, 2009

It is hard to believe that we are thinking ahead to our our 2009 pre-kindergarten (PK) and kindergarten (K)  children!  In the world of scheduling, we must begin to plan and prepare for our newest and brightest group.   If you have an incoming PK and K child, please mark your calendars for these dates:

March 17, 2009:  PK/K Round Up – Information about the PK/K enrollment, screening and school procedures.  This will be held in the Georgetown Multi-Purpose Room at 10 am and 7 pm.  Select one time to attend; the information is simply repeated both times.

Screening for PK/K will be held on March 18, 19, 20 and 24.  The screening takes approximately 30 minutes.  When you turn in your registration for PK/K, you will schedule the screening time.  It is your option to have your child screened.  If you feel that your child is ready for K, you do not need to have the screening done.  If you would like more information to help you decide, schedule the screening.  Results are shared at the time of the screening.

Registrations for PK/K are available in the school office beginning in January.

More details to come….

 

 

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Kindergarten Round Up: 3/18/14

The district’s Kindergarten Enrollment Meeting will be on 3/18/14 at 7 pm in all buildings.  Georgetown’s session will be in the Multi-Purpose Room/Cafeteria.

This meeting is for parents only and will run from 7-7:30pm.

If you cannot attend, visit the tab above and print off the registration, look over the information and drop off your materials in the school office M-F from 9-3 pm. You can also find the materials here: K REGISTRATION INFORMATION 2014-15.

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If you missed Kindergarten Round Up…

you can check out the information we shared by viewing this handout:  K Round-Up 2012

This handout contains all the necessary information.  Please feel free to call us if you have further questions.

Registrations with copies of the birth certificate can be dropped off at anytime.

Enjoy the movie of our current kindergarteners welcoming next year’s kindergarteners to our school!

Mrs. Reagan

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Rounding Up Kindergarteners!

The Round Up Meeting for our newest group of pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students takes place  Tag along KMarch 8.  This is an opportunity for parents to find out about the district PK and K programs and enroll their child for the 2011-12 school year.

Georgetown will hold it’s meeting at 7 pm in the Multi-Purpose Room.  There will be the option to attend a day time program at 10 am  (held at Alward or South.  The material will be the same for all schools, simply held at these locations for those that must attend during the day.

If you know a neighbor who has an upcoming PK or K child, please encourage them to attend the meeting.  For those who cannot attend, the materials for registration can be found on live links below.

REGISTRATION PAPERWORK

CURRICULUM PROGRAM INFORMATION

If your child needs to be screened to help you determine the best placement, PK or K, you will be able to sign up for a screening time at Round Up.  The screenings will be held at Georgetown on March 15 and 16.

Mrs. Reagan

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Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious Day One of School!

Lucas, Tristan and Charlotte (cute first graders) ….loving their lunch time on the second grade playground!

Even though we started our day with rain, our day hummed along PERFECTLY!   We had all of our students in the right classrooms, on the grade level playground, seated at the correct lunch table and MOST IMPORTANTLY…home to you at the end of the day.

Many thanks to all of the extra TLC from staff who were out in the halls, on the playground and everywhere checking for kids who needed an extra hand or some directional advice.

Remember…if your child is extra tired tonight, it’s because they were busy learning routines, following directions, meeting new friends and learning.  Starting school is exhausting for the brain and the body.  Get them to bed early so we can tire them out tomorrow too!

If it looks like your child isn’t eating enough lunch by the end of this week, let the child’s teacher know.  We will get the word out to the lunch staff to help with encouraging and monitoring.

Here’s to DAY 2 of school!

Mrs. Reagan

 

 

 

 

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Be Nice • Be Safe • Be an UPSTANDER!

This week, we concluded our BE NICE • BE  SAFE Anti-Bullying lessons.  These lessons are taught during the first few weeks of school —  a focus on understanding what it ‘looks like’ and ‘sounds like’ to be nice and safe at school:  playground, hallway, classroom, lunchroom, bathroom and the school bus.

Classroom discussions are differentiated based on grade.  All lessons highlight the need to recognize and understand when rough play leads to hurtful words or actions — and how to step back and stop when you are part of this.  We teach the difference between a bystander and UPSTANDER.  An upstander stands up, speaks up and teams up to help others when they are being treated poorly.

You can view our key teaching points for these lessons below.