All materials have been sent home! Thank you to all families and students for an efficient distribution! We miss you but we're here to help in every way that we can! Stay in touch and keep growing!
Monday was Dr. Seuss's birthday and "Read Across America" Day. Thank you United Way for coordinating our volunteer story readers. Here's a look at what Mrs. Wolfe was doing in Art class.
Early work from this year's Boat Builders at the Maine Maritime Museum
Make Up Day - Friday, March 13th Will Be a Regular School Day
GCS will be collecting loose change for the next 4 weeks to donate to Housing, Food, Health, Animals, Education, or Play charities through World of Change. If you find a coin on the ground or have unused change at home, please bring it in to help us make a World of Change!
Not sure how many of our 1st and 2nd graders can pat their head and rub their tummy, but they can all dribble a basketball while lying down! Happy Friday Georgetown!
Thank you to the Cromwell Center for their visit today to promote Disability Awareness and safety, respect and inclusion in our school and community.
GCS news from UMaine Orono Ms. Ayers's class continues their scientific efforts to help preserve and support the clamming industry in Maine. https://umaine.edu/research/2019/12/16/elementary-students-clamming-research/
Grade 3 and 4 took turns reading aloud in Library class. I think our hearts all grew three sizes!
Xavier and Emmie take a break from Grade 3 Math to read to our Pre-K class. X's Grinch impressions had them on the edge of their seats!
Returning to wood to the woods. Or as Mrs. Wolfe would say, "Responsible students clean up!"
Gifted and Talented Lego BOOST Coding
Kindergarten Collaboration Learning
AOS 98 Receives Maine Department of Education Approval to Offer Services as an Education Service Center. See the DOE website for more information: https://www.maine.gov/doe/schools/embrace/regional-service-center
We Are Growing Kelp! Students in Georgetown, Southport, Edgecomb and Boothbay Harbor, are growing kelp in their classrooms. The kelp will be transferred to the ocean in the spring. Exciting learning ideally suited to our ocean community schools! Dr. Laser
Congratulations to Georgetown Central School's November 2019 HoneyBee of the Month - Zayla Baribeau
Marble Run building competition - coming to a Library near you!
Congratulations to the Fall 2019 Principal's Award winner from each grade for having positive attitudes at school, always giving their best effort, and demonstrating kindness to all!