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Happy Holidays

I hope this post finds you happy and healthy. I wanted to thank all of the parents who made our Polar Express party and our Fun Friday a huge success. Below is a brief video of our party.

Stay warm and Happy New Year! I look forward to our time together in 2018!


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Week of December 18

  • There will not be new spelling words this week.
  • A reading log will not be coming home this week. Watch for new reading expectations the first of the year!
  • Social Studies Quiz came home today. You will notice a G and a M score on the quiz. The G is for a grammar grade and the M is a mechanics (punctuation) grade.
  • Please remember to have your child do Moby Max Monday-Thursday for 5 minutes.
  • Our unit #3 math test is on Wednesday. We will review tomorrow.
  • By Wednesday please send in the wrapped box and small gift for our holiday party. See previous blog posts for more information.
  • Remember to have your child wear their P.J.’s for the Polar Express party on Thursday. We will be starting promptly at 9:00.
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Pajama Day Friday!

Tomorrow we will have a school-wide pajama day. Kids may wear their pajama’s or any clothing where they are comfy cozy! 


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Important last minute details: 

  • The Holiday Music Performance will be at Fair Haven Ministries. It is located down the road from Georgetown Elementary at the corner of Baldwin Street and 28th Ave.
  • Students need to report to their assigned classroom 15 MINUTES PRIOR TO THE PROGRAM.  Please do not send your child to the classroom unsupervised or prior to their scheduled time.
  • Your child needs to report to room 100 when they arrive at the church. There will be signs at the church directing you to your child’s classroom.
  • Keep your child’s coats with you.  Do not leave coats in the drop-off room.
  • Your child will be seated with the audience after their performance.  They will watch their peers perform.
  • Your child will be dismissed to you from the performance area. This is why you need to have your child’s coat with you.


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