Students in Ms. Dalziel’s Kindergarten class and Ms. Scully’s 1/2/3 are participating in the 100 Days of School celebration, which we will recognize on Thursday February 22nd. These students will participate in some games and activities to advance their learning around the number 100 and acknowledge the hard work they have completed to date.
Consent forms were sent home for Grade 7 & 8 students who are interested in participating in the exciting new program, “Cooking Together,” please sign and have your child return forms to office ASAP.
This pilot project culinary program is a wonderful opportunity for students to learn really useful skills and some kitchen basics while showcasing their talents by feeding their families and Georgetown School fellow students.
- PSB is operating on a 1 hr. delay
- Guitar Club will be held during lunch hour today
- Salmon are being fed for the first time today, we hope to see more activity!
- “Cooking Together” program had a very successful first day with muffins and blueberry smoothies offered to all students for morning snack
- Please welcome staff guests Lauren Gill and Zack Gallison
- “Cooking Together” program run by Amil Zavo with Grade 7 & 8 students will be feeding a free pasta lunch to all students Thursday February 22nd!
Congratulations to Denise LaVie, the winner of the Grade 8 Travel Raffle Ticket draw which was held today. Thanks for Ms. LaVie and all who supported our Grade 8 students by purchasing tickets. Her prize was $500! Next draw is being held on March 16, 2018, and we would appreciated your support when the Grade 8 students contact you!
Under the direction of Amil Zavo, the “Cooking Together” group is well under way. Students met today and created blueberry smoothies and muffins. The group will be preparing a pasta/vegetable dish for Thursday and this will be available, free of charge, for all students during the lunch break on that day. We extend our appreciation to Mr. Zavo and look forward to enjoying the students’ handiwork in the kitchen!
We are pleased to be able to share that the winner of the Going the Extra Mile Award this year is Principal Trevor. The award was presented today by Parker Grimmer and the PEI Home and School Federation in a surprise presentation in front of the school, Mayor Lavandier and Councillors, GES Home and School executive, the entire student body and local MLA Steven Myers.
- Feb. 13- Walk of Silence
- Feb. 14- Valentines Dance for all students
- Feb. 16- Joint Staff Day- No School for all students
- Feb. 19- Islander Day-No School
- Feb. 25- Cash and Prize Bingo- 2pm Georgetown School
- Feb. 28- Pink Shirt Day
- March 1- Parent Teacher Interviews (evening)
- March 2- Parent Teacher Interviews (morning 9-12), School Goals (afternoon) No School for students
- March 6- Professional Development Day- No School for students
- March 12- MADD presentation to grades 7 &8, including “The Pact”
- March 12-16- Winter Carnival Week
- March 15- Winter Concert at King’s Playhouse
Today is Day 1
Valentines Dance in Gym from 2-3 for all grades with music by Seth Gotell and refreshments made with love by the GES Home and School
Guitar Club Jam Session after school 3:10- 4:00
Grade 7 & 8’s please pass in consent forms for “Cooking Together” with Amil Zavo
Going the Extra Mile Award– presentation to Mr. Trevor @ 10 a.m. by Parker Grimmer
We are excited to announce that Go Play! after school program will run one more week. Today will be programming for grades 1-4 and Thursday February 15th will be the last day for grades 5-8!
We are so thrilled to announce that the Easter Seals Ambassador for 2018 is our Brayden White from Georgetown School. Here is Brayden’s story:
My name is Brayden White and I am a grade 7 student at Georgetown Elementary. I am very excited to be the Easter Seals Ambassador for 2018.
My motto: “BE BRAVE! NEVER GIVE UP!”
I live at home with my Dad, Melvin and I have a brother, Keighan and a sister, Alysa.
Georgetown Elementary is great. It is small and everyone knows me. I get to be with my best friends every day. Everyone is my best friend.
I have three teachers, George Trevor (he is my principal), Darlene Bradley and Carol Anne McLeod. They help me learn better every day. I am learning lots because of them.
I love to play sports. My favorite sport is hockey, but I like basketball and soccer too. I love to go to the horse races and my favorite driver is Marc Campbell.
I am very good at helping my dad. I always put away my clothes and listen really well.
I have Down Syndrome. I know that I learn slower than most people, but I am smart and I learn the same as everyone. It just takes me longer. I am just like you. I am no different. My dad always says that someday I will be able to live on my own and have a job.
I like to go to camp. I went to camp for a couple years at Camp Gencheff. I had fun but missed my dad.
Thank you all for helping Easter Seals. It means that other kids like me can go to camp and that we can do special things. You are part of our family too.