Thursday March 7, 2018

  • Today is day 2
  • Grade 7 and 8 are off to IHT at Montague Intermediate School
  • Georgetown School Spirit Week is planned for next week including some fun activities like a bake sale, twin day, pajama day, school skate and jersey day. Stay tuned for full schedule of events and activities.
  • SoPA – Holland College’s school of performing arts, is here this morning putting on a show for the students
  • Please welcome staff guests today, Ms. Laurie Bell and Ms. Marcy Lesperance
  • The salmon eggs are hatching now- one very observant student in grade 4 made the discovery this morning! We have a small percentage of the salmon eggs now on the move…check them out in our main lobby
  • Parent Teacher Interviews this evening- and tomorrow morning in the school gym

 

March 6, 2019

  • Today is day 1
  • Please make staff guest constable Will Ruel-Fiset welcome at GES
  • Congratulations to all who participated in the science fair at Georgetown School Tuesday- Excellent job by everyone. Going on to Provincials from GES are: Jayda Y, Ayn S, Patrick C, Marlayna G. and Rhys J.  Best wishes as you move on to UPEI on March 27, 2019
  • Grade 8 Travel Draw winner for February was Gloria Jenkins. Congrats Gloria on your much deserved win!
  • Today is Subway day….
SOCCER REGISTRATION:
Eastern Eagles Soccer Association is holding registration Saturday, April 6, 20, 27 from 10:00am-2:00pm in the lobby at the Cavendish Wellness Center.
Fees are:
U5 $60
U7/U9 $120
U11 $150
U13/U15/U17/U21 $190
Discounts available for families of 3 or more, new players, players returning after an absence and coaches.
Late fees of $20 will apply after April 30 for U11 and above.  For more information please see our Facebook page (Eastern Eagles Soccer Complex) or our website (http://easterneagles.goalline.ca/)

SCIENCE FAIR UPDATE

Science Fair at Georgetown Elementary School that was scheduled for Monday March 4 is going ahead today- Tuesday March 5th with a change in the schedule.

Due to the delay of PSB schools today the science fair will go ahead at 10:30 a.m. for students to present to the judges. Parents and the public are welcome to view student presentations at 12:55 p.m after lunch.