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Thanksgiving Break

During this holiday, take time to enjoy your family and be thankful for the simple things in life.    Each day, it is the simple things that bring me great joy.

A child’s smile…hug…helping hand.

A teacher’s encouraging voice…smile of celebration…warm heart of acceptance.

Today, as I was walking down the hall, these three Thanksgiving pilgrims brought an immediate smile to my face…and I was once again reminded how lucky I am to teach and learn and lead at Georgetown every day.

Have a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday with your family.

Mrs. Reagan

And…results from our turkey survey  below are as follows:


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Thanksgiving Wish

This past week, the pre-kindergarten and kindergarten classrooms held a celebration ofBurget Thanksgiving to share gifts, songs and friendship with one another.   The children looked precious in their traditional pilgrim, turkey and feathered hats.

As I watched them exchanged died macaroni necklaces, I was so thankful I found a moment to peak in on their feast and see the joy in their faces.   This smile on Kaylah’s face (along with her fabulous turkey hat) will be something I remember always!

I have said this many times…and you’ll hear me say this again at the holiday program:  Thank you for trusting your children to us each school day.  It is an honor to learn about them–their learning interests, needs and who each one is as a unique, gifted person.

Wishing you safe travels and memorable times during the Thanksgiving break.

Warmly, Mrs. Reagan