Monday September 25th the Air Cadets will visit the school to give a short presentation on their group, when they meet and what it is involved if your child would like to participate.
The first Home and School Meeting of the 2017/ 2018 school year will be held Monday September 25th at 6pm in the gym at GES. Please come out and meet fellow parents, grandparents and volunteers. Everyone is welcome, and we are still looking for more volunteers to sign up for some special events we have planned for the children and school.
Snack program is offered in the morning every day and run by students and staff. It is available to students at a small cost.
- Goldfish Crackers- .75
- Cheesestrings- .75
- Chocolate Milk- .75
- White Milk- .50
- Penguin Crackers- .75
- Cheese and Crackers- .50
- Rice Krispie Square- .50
- Granola Bar- .50
- Yogurt Tube- .50
We would like to make students and families aware that Georgetown Elementary is now a peanut and peanut product free school. We will be having an information session on Monday September 25 @ 4:00 for parents and volunteers to attend. Georgetown School’s Public Health Nurse, Marlene Victor will be in attendance to answer any questions and provide information about this type of allergy. Please refer to the letter sent home yesterday for some different lunch ideas if removing peanuts and peanut butter from your children’s lunch will be a challenge. Thanks for your cooperation on this matter.
We are back!! Starting on September 13th, 2017 from 6-7:30 Girl Guides will be back in Montague. We will be located at Hillcrest United on Wednesday evenings. We will be a multi unit group for all aged girls. There will also be a prize for one of our lucky early registered girls given out. Registration is now open online for the fall. If you have any questions you can contact Alice at 902-838-3833
Right to Play Fundraiser:
Friday–Gender Bender/Crazy Hat Day $2
Coloring contest .50 to enter and all entries to be passed in by noon on Friday.
Grade 2/3 class are off to release the salmon today!
Ball Hockey Gr 4-8 with Mr. MacDonald today 3:10-4:10
Hornet Pick of the Week:
K/1-Hudson McLeod, for doing a great job sounding out his letters and writing words for his stories. He had very creative ideas and worked independently on his book for class. Awesome work Hudson!
2/3-Hunter Martell for setting big goals and working his hardest to reach them.
4/5/6-Layla O’Brien, Layla is a kind and generous student who is always doing things with a smile on her face. I admire her work ethic in the 4/5/6 class!
7/8-Sam MacKenzie, Sam is the Hornet Pick of the week because he shows a genuine maturity and concern about his learning. He has a natural ambition to succeed in all that he does!
Congrats to all our Hornets!!