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The Week Ahead: MAY 3, 2010

The weeks are racing by!  We are looking at six weeks remaining until the end of the school year.  I would like to urge you to stay up to date on classroom blogs for events and activities–there are many ahead! Here’s to a great first week of May.

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Our week ahead: March 29, 2010

We have a four day week ahead.  This is followed with Friday off–as the kick off to our spring break. The big event of this week is our annual GOT TALENT event.  Students in grades 3-5 will be demonstrating their talents on April 1.   As I have said in earlier posts, this is my favorite [...]

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The Week Ahead: 3/15/2010

The days are getting longer (Day Light Savings Time) and the weeks are getting busier!  As you will see by the calendar below, many events are taking place this week.  These are simply the hightlights–please check your child’s classroom blog for more event details. I am hopeful that you can attend the March 16th PTC [...]

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Welcome to February

January flew by and seems like a blur to me!  The month of February opens up with Ground Hogs Day, settles in with  Valentine’s Day in the middle and wraps up just in time for Parent/Teacher Conferences (March 2-4). I have kicked this month off with a new blog theme.  This theme allows more options [...]

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Week 19: Events Ahead!

Posted below is a snapshot of events to keep in mind for the 19th week of school.  We are busy learning daily…and each classroom has updates about events particular to their grade and wing.  Please visit classroom blogs for more specifics!  Mrs. Reagan

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FRIDAY FACTS FTO

FRIDAY FACTS FTO 2/6/09 Good Friday Afternoon Georgetown Parents! NEWS FROM THE OFFICE Attention Parents of 5th Grade Students As of August 2002, all schools in Michigan are required to report the immunization status of all 6th grade students. This is to assure that children are adequately immunized against preventable diseases before they reach adolescence [...]

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