Book Fair: We previewed the Book Fair books today. If you are prepared for your child to make a purchase, you may send money with them tomorrow. Please be sure this is in an envelope labeled with your child’s name.
You may use this link to shop the book fair online.
PE CARES: Tomorrow is the final day do bring in canned goods. Thank you for all the items that have come in so far.
At-Home Learning Assignments: Please look for an envelope to come home. In this envelope are the assignments for your child to complete on Friday 11/20, Monday 11/23, Tuesday 11/24, and Monday 11/30.
Starting on Tuesday, 12/1 I will begin using Google Classroom to communicate assignments and lessons. These will be live and/or recorded lessons as well as some scheduled classroom meetings via zoom. I will communicate more about the daily learning schedule over the next few days. Thank you for your support and patience as we make this transition.
Parent/Teacher Conferences: I was able to meet (virtually) with some of you tonight and I look forward to meeting with the rest on Wednesday night to share you child’s progress.
The annual P.E. C.A.R.E.S food drive will be starting on November 4. We are asking for your help by bringing in non-perishable food items for Love Inc. in Hudsonville.
Food items to consider are canned vegetables and fruits, pasta, rice, baked beans, black beans, kidney beans, peanut butter, tuna fish, etc. (please no ramen noodles, and please do not break apart packaged food)
The food drive will continue until Nov. 18. We will be keeping track of how many items each class brings in. The class with the most items brought in by NOON on Nov. 18 will win a P.E. C.A.R.E.S t-shirt and a bowling trip to Hudsonville Lane. (If allowed this year)
This is a great opportunity for our students to care for their community, to teach our kids compassion and love for others. Thanks for sharing in this service project with us at Georgetown.
Thank you parents for all your donations for the party! I’m so sorry you cannot join us at Georgetown, but I will post pictures as soon as I can! On Friday, students can choose to wear their costumes to school! Costumes are NOT mandatory. Those students who choose to wear their costumes to school, will be dressed in their costume for the entire school day. Therefore, it is important to leave all of the accessories at home, and not bring them to school. Unfortunately, every year there are parts of costumes left at school and sad children during Trick or Treating. I thank you parents for all of your support, as you process this news with your children and decide what will be worn to school and what will be saved at home for Trick or Treating. We have a fun filled day planned and I promise to take many pictures!
Tomorrow, Thursday, October 29, students get to dress in their favorite team colors! Is your favorite team Michigan or Michigan State? Maybe it’s Hudsonville! Maybe it’s a different team! Whatever team is your favorite, wear those colors tomorrow!
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.