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Our show was AMAZING!  The children at Georgetown are not only smart and hard working, but also talented!

All of the videos are uploaded to our school youtube account.  These can be accessed through our Talent Show TAB above or by clicking:   TALENT SHOW 2012 

A highlight of the show for the past three years has been the surprise appearance of the Georgetown Dancers.  There video is below.  ENJOY and happy spring break to all!

Mrs. Reagan

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Happy Spring Vacation!

imgresI know that many of your are heading out for a week of vacation outside of Michigan and some are staying in the area.  Please complete this just for fun survey to help us get an idea of who is doing what for our week away from school!  I will share the results on April 12.

To participate, click on this link:  Where will you be spending your spring vacation?

I hope to have the GOT TALENT videos uploaded to our blog by the end of the coming weekend.  Check the page tab in the upper left corner of the blog for the links.

For those of you who are home, feel free to complete the Class Placement Survey for next year.  The blog post that explains this can be found here: PARENT SURVEY INFORMATION

Class Placement Survey for PARENTS:  UPDATED on March 30, 2011.

Wishing you all safe travels and wonderful adventures…and fun times wherever you are the week of April 4-8!

Mrs. Reagan

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Check out my camp video!

DSC05908It’s me, Matthew Lawrence again.  Principal of the Day.  I created this video of camp activities to share with you.  Mrs. Reagan took the pictures.  I imported them to animoto.  I also created two videos that show how a trust activity at Camp Pinewood looks like.  It took us a while to figure out how to import theses.


There are also 2 videos of a trust activity: GROUP 1 (first try)

This is 2nd video –a more trustful group.


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Always Changing: 4th and 5th Grade Videos

Each spring, we are required to share information with our fourth and fifth grade students regarding Always Changingchanges in human development related to puberty.  These videos go through an extensive review process to make sure that the material is appropriate for the developmental age of the students and meet the state standards for our health curriculum.

The videos will be shown on April 1.  The students will be grouped as follows:

  • Fourth grade girls will view the video with Mrs. Boersma, Mrs. Jurewicz, and Mrs Reagan allowing time for Q & A following the viewing.
  • Fourth grade boys will view the video with Mr. Hahn and Mr. Gort, allowing time for Q & A following the viewing.
  • Fifth grade girls will view the video with fifth grade teachers, allowing time for Q & A following the viewing.
  • Fifth grade boys will view the video with Mr. Dalrymple and Mr. Kooiker,, allowing time for Q & A following the viewing.

If you would like to preview the videos, please visit the host P & G website which sponsors the curriculum.  At this location, you can examine the curriculum, view the video and also look for addition support if you would like to answer questions from your child at home.   As always, our preference is that all children feel comfortable talking with their parents about how their bodies are changing–and we will encourage them to talk with you if they have questions that cannot be addressed at school.

The website provides the answer to most questions that parents have regarding the videos.

If you DO NOT want your child to view the video with the grade level gender group,

please call or email your child’s teacher.

We will make arrangements for your child to be supervised in the office during the Always Changing curriculum program.

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Holiday Program Videos

Mrs. Woodring’s husband, Ira, serves as one our invaluable technology support life lines!  He swept in to help me import portions of the holiday program DVD into i-movie.  This enabled me to upload each grade to the blog for your viewing pleasure.  Although this is not the same high quality as the DVD, it is yet another way that the performance can be enjoyed and shared with others.

To view these, simply click on the following links:

Grades PK and K

Grades 1 and 2

Grade 3

Grades 4 and 5  Part 1

Grades 4 and 5 Part 2