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PTC MEETING CHANGE

Georgetown Parents:

We just wanted to give you an update about a date change for the next PTC meeting.  It will not be held this week as previously scheduled.   The PTC meeting has be rescheduled for Thursday, January 22, at 7:00pm. At the meeting we will be having a Principal’s report, a teacher’s report, a review of the budget, a discussion regarding upcoming events, and volunteer opportunities, as well as having some time for open discussion.

We would love to see some new faces at our meetings and hope many of you can join us!!

Thanks and have a great day,

Mrs. Nurenberg

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Got Games?

If the answer is YES, and you would like to donate some to our school, we would LOVE TO HAVE THEM!  If you have child friendly board games that your children no longer play with, we would like to have these to build an indoor recess library of games.

This project is being organized by a 4th grade student, Matthew, and his Kids’ Hope Mentor.  The goal is to accumulate games that will be stored in our MPR for indoor recess play.  Games to consider donating:

  • Decks of Cards
  • Connect  Four
  • Candyland
  • Blokus
  • Sorry
  • Chutes and Ladders
  • Chess
  • Checkers
  • Bogle….And many, many more!

Please make sure all the pieces are included!

Donated games can be brought placed on the stage steps of the MPR.  

Thank you so much for your help with this student initiated project.    Mrs. Reagan

 

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Parent Lending Library

 

Shelly Telfor, one of our Georgetown parents, has offered to build a collection of books, videos and DVD’s helpful to parents.  To build the library, we are asking for your donation of gently used materials on an assortment of topics.  Once received, the materials will be catalogued and shelved in our school media center.  These topics include, but are not limited to:

 

  • Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Asthma
  • Downs Syndrome
  • Anxiety in children
  • Cystic Fibrosis 
  • Development delays
  • ADHD and ADD
  • Preparing siblings for a new baby
  • Coping with disease, grief, mental illness, death
  • Reading Strategies   

Place your donated materials in the collection box in the front entry, outside the school office.  A list of the titles available will be published on the school blog as they come in.  A checkout system, based on the honor system, will be developed.  No overdue fines here!  Together we can encourage each other in finding good information, without all the expense.  If you have questions, contact Shelly Telfor at 662-2002 or smtelfor@yahoo.com.  Thank you!

 

 

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Weeks Events: Jan 12-16, 2009

Highlighted below are events for the upcoming week at Georgetown.  This is not a complete list.  Please check your child’s classroom blog for specifics related to this grade/class.  Also, if you would like to check upcoming events beyond this week, feel free to utilize the school google calendar located in the right sidebar.

 

 

  • Mon 1/12  Day 3: Swimming continues this week for McDonald/VanArkel
  • Tues 1/13  Day 1: Music Therapy:  ECSE, CI in MPR 1:30-3:00 pm
  • Wed 1/14  Day 2
  • Thurs  1/15 Day 3:  Bowling @ 9:15 (Mrs. Kok’s Class); PTC Meeting @ 7 pm (Media Center); ECSE Conferences 
  • Fri  1/16 Day 1:  TTH K; Popcorn Day; ECSE Conferences

 


 

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Love Art Work?

If you do love art AND YOU would be willing to volunteer some time, then we have a project for YOU!

Mrs. Brouwer, our wonderfully talented art teacher, has loads of student art work that needs to be hung throughout the school!  If you would be willing to help her with this project, please send her an email.  Mrs. Brouwer will appreciate any help you can provide.

If you have not visited the Art Blog yet, this needs to be your next surfing stop!

 

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Parking Request: DO NOT USE BUS LOOP

If you drive your child to school, please DO NOT drop your child off in the bus loop area.  For safety reasons, we do not allow parents to park in this area, even for a short amount of time.  

Our bus drivers asked that I remind all parents of this policy due to the increased tendency to use this area for student drop off in the morning.  The bus loop is ONLY for busses.  

Thank you for your help with this matter.  Mrs. Reagan

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January is ripe for…

viruses!  If your family was healthy over the holidays, CONGRATULATIONS!  If not, I am so very sorry.  I do know how horrible it can be to have sick children around the holiday season.

Please be aware that we have many different types of viruses afflicting children at school.  These range from stomach viruses (one lasting up to three weeks…ugh), to impetigo, step throat, respiratory illnesses, and nasty cases of true blue flu.  

Each time we have a sick child in the office area and health room, Mrs. Ripley and Mrs. Nurenberg sanitize the phones, chairs, and counter area.  We do this to ensure that these viruses do not spread from student to student and to the staff. 

If your child does come down with an illness, please keep him/her home for 24 hours following the end of a fever or last signs of viral symptoms.  This will help us to eliminate the spread of some of these viruses.

Thank you for your help!  Mrs. Reagan

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2009: Off and Running…

…or is that slipping and sliding?!  With this crazy weather we are having (melt, freeze, rain, slush, snow, freeze) we never know what our playground is going to look like!  Currently, we are dealing with icy patches in many different locations.  And, isn’t it curious how our children are attracted to the ice like metal to magnets?!

Please know that we are doing our very best to make the playground safe by not allowing children to play in certain areas due to the ice.  It is not possible to salt or sand all of these patches (our playground is very large–and with the wind, the salt/sand treatment often does not work.  We are hoping for an inch or two of snow to coat the ice and make it safer for everyone.

Mrs. Reagan