If your child loves Pizza Hut pizza, and you love free pizza….. check out the October calendar that came on last Friday in your child’s backpack. The goal is to read 100 minutes per week (20 minutes, 5 days per week). The Book It calendar is an optional activity, the reading minutes are strongly recommended. If you and your child choose to complete the calendar, please turn it in on November 2, signed. Thank you for your support.
Thank you for all your support!
We are doing a spirit week this week for the walk a thon.
Monday – PJ Day
Tuesday – Crazy Socks Day
Wednesday– Crazy Hair Day
Thursday– Walk a thon Day and Hat Day
Friday– Maize and Blue Day
Walk a thon Event details:
- Register your Child using School Identifier 5f3d669d605c9, please visit www.getmovinfundhub.com
- Event Date: Thursday, September 24, 2020
- Final Donation due date: September 30, 2020
- Donations can be online through your child’s webpage. Otherwise, donations in the form of cash & checks (in-school donations), should be turned in to the school.
• Please make checks payable to: Georgetown Elementary PTC
• Visit this page for more details!!
A Note From the STEAM Studio-
Please note that the STEAM teachers have always used Google Classroom as a learning tool in the STEAM studio. All assignments that are posted while we are doing face to face learning will always be completed in class and should not be worked on at home. I tend to post assignments ahead of time to work out any issues and students can ignore the email that a new assignment has been posted. We use Google Classroom differently than the classroom teachers and it was causing a bit of confusion. Please reach out if you have any questions!
I really appreciate it! I will get all of your kids into the Google Classrooms for the specialists this week.
Mrs. Angela Totten
STEAM Studio Teacher
3909 Baldwin St, Hudsonville, MI 49426
(616) 797-9797 Ext 7402
We’ve had a great start in third grade! We’ve accomplished so much already! In math, we’ve measured out 6 feet, reviewed addition and subtraction with regrouping, we are learning about multiplication and started practicing our X 5 facts. In reading, we have received our book bins and picked out books from our class libraries (we have a fiction library in our small learning lab and a nonfiction library in our classroom). Mrs. Greenlund will be testing reading levels starting this coming week. In grammar, we are learning how to identify nouns, verbs, adjectives in sentences. In writing, we have completed our first personal narrative and All About Me posters. In computers, we have practiced logging in and accepted the invitation to our 3rd grade Google Classroom. On top of all that we have learned new routines and procedures. It’s been a busy, exciting, fun-filled first few days of third grade.