Cross Country practice will continue on Thursdays after school to prepare for the Provincial X-Country Meet.Ā 

Great job everybody who participated at the Division Meet at SKC!

Good Luck to Eden Boudreau, Rhys Jenkins-O’Brien and Gabbi King who qualified for provincials!!


Swinging Bells Live Show and Writing Workshop

We are pleased to be invited to see a private performance and participate in a song writing workshop by the Swinging Bells. This will be at the Kings Playhouse on October 13th. Grades 4-8 will be given a song writing workshop from 10:00-11:00 am and K-3 will see a mini concert from 1:00-1:45

Thanks to everyone who is helping coordinate these exciting field trips for our kids!!

Introducing Const. Robert McDougall

Constable Robert McDougall- Georgetown School’s RCMP Liaison

Meet Constable McDougall, he will be the RCMP liaison working closely with Georgetown School this year. Const. McDougall has stopped by several times this school year already and has even helped serve children at our Breakfast Program.

Welcome to Constable McDougall!

The Swinging Belles- Children’s Live Show

Friday October 13th, 2017 @ 6:30PM to see Juno Award winning children’s entertainers in Georgetown, PEI

Kings Playhouse- 1-888-346-5666

Tickets: Pay What You Can


Brochure will be sent home to each family. Hope to see you all there with your littles!!


Wishing everyone a safe long weekend and Happy Thanksgiving.

No classes Friday October 6 for in house professional development and school goals and no school Monday October 9 to celebrate Thanksgiving.

Georgetown Flu Clinic

Public Health Nursing will be holding a Flu Clinic at Georgetown School on Friday October 27th. The clinic will be available to all of Georgetown from 9:15- 11:45 and will be of no charge to anyone. Students will be able to attend with parents or guardians only. The clinic will be held on the stage area with parking available in the back parking lot. There will also be a family flu clinic on Saturday October 28th at the Montague Health Center from 9:30 to 3:30 for those families unable to attend in Georgetown.

Dental Preventative Clinic

Attention Parents/Guardians:

The Dental Preventive Clinic will be starting at Georgetown Elementary School on October 16, 2017.

Purpose of Dental Clinic: Screen children to assess risk of oral disease; provide oral health education, topical fluoride, scaling/polishing and sealants, according to your childā€™s individual needs.

Screening: All children will be seen for a two-minute screening to determine their risk of oral disease. If you do not wish your child to have this dental screening, please notify the school secretary or classroom teacher.

Consent: After the screening, all children will be given a consent form which will be necessary for you to complete and return before services are provided.

Fees: There is no cost involved as the preventive services are covered by the Childrenā€™s Dental Care Program.

Contact: If you have any questions about the program, please contact the dental staff at the School or the Dental Public Health Clinic in Charlottetown at 368-4918.

Further Information: Please note that only preventive services will be provided and the screening is not a substitute for an annual dental examination. It is strongly recommended that parents take their children to a dentist for regular examinations and treatment. The Childrenā€™s Dental Care Program assists with the cost of basic dental care delivered in private and public dental offices for children from ages 3 -17. For more information, please visithttp://www.healthpei.ca/dentalhealth

Winner of Terry Fox T-Shirt Draw

Congratulations to Belinda Perry in Mr. Power’s Grade 4 class. Belinda participated in the Terry Fox Run held on the oval at Georgetown School on September 27th. A draw was held for all participants.

Belinda Perry- Winner of the Terry Fox T-shirt. Presented to her by Mr. Power




“Are you interested in the 4-H Program? 4-H is for youth ages 6-21 to be part of a community-based, member-driven club to pursue skills-based projects of their choosing. Clubs achieve success through completion of member projects, communications, community service and agriculture awareness, through direct participation and support from family members and volunteer leaders. In doing so, members develop the tools for positive mental, physical and social health along with leadership and life skills.

For more information or to find the club nearest you, please contact Eastern Region 4-H Specialist Rebecca MacPhee at remacphee@pei4h.ca or (902)687-7194/(902)368-4833