Shout out to the students of Georgetown for their November Community Meeting seasonal mini concert Excellent Job
Another Thanksgiving feast shared with the community and friends. Many Thanks to these two for making everything behind the scene look easy!
Our honey is now for sale! We also have honey FLUFF this year! We will accept cash, or checks made out to GCS. 6oz honey fluff $8 1.5oz honey (small) $4 3oz honey (medium) $8 4oz honey (large) $10 Thank you for supporting our honeybee project!
We're official - honk and wave when you see us coming!
GCS PK at the Georgetown Town Office #FutureSelectmen
Yesterday littles wrapped up our garden and planted bulbs around the Town Office. Grades 3&4 went clamming in the Sunshine and older students took to the trails to walk down to the Richards Library. We're very lucky to have so many natural resources to explore and play with!
Shout Out to the International Performers of Heifetz! Thank you for returning to our school for the fourth year!
Day 1 of Ga-Ga Mania!
Ensure you know the procedures the individual schools follow on bad weather days. If you suspect school might have a delayed or closed for the day, check the school website if you have Internet access. Or use Instant Alert. The information is available in your school office.
GCS has created a new shirt for this year. If interested please follow the link to place your order by October 15 https://www.customink.com/g/bsq0-00c0-8249
No visit to GCS is complete with a visit to the Salt Water Tank. International students from Lincoln Academy were in awe over our Blue Lobster and other magical sea creatures
The 3rd / 4th grade salt water tank - now home to Maine's first only Smooth Mud Crab! https://wgme.com/news/local/new-crab-species-spotted-in-maine?fbclid=IwAR0jDaTR6Mp8BiZix0jxWrd_w6EXYicbu9GK0ADaXgLCpgGczFHm9OrRhXg
GCS Alumni '06 and now, Lincoln Academy ELL instructor, Lauren Crosby, has brought her 13 international students to Georgetown to share their stories and explore some of the history of their unique cultures
No Other School Districts in Maine Can Say They Have Elementary Students Gathering Honey From Their Own Beehives! https://www.pressherald.com/2019/10/06/georgetown-kindergarteners-learn-about-bees-by-raising-them/
October is National Stop Bullying Month. Follow this link if you want to learn more about what together we can do to keep our students safe from bullying. https://www.stopbullying.gov/
Last Friday Mr. Baribeau's #ELE Theta class was sent to The University of Maine's Foster Center for Student Innovation, Advanced Structures and Composites Center and Cianbro Institute, to identify programs in Maine that will support retaining our students in the workforce.
There she goes! Thank you again to everyone who supports our school programs and congratulations again to Patti T.!
Congratulations to the winner of this year's boat raffle - Patti Thibodeau. Thank you to everyone who purchased a ticket. This year we raised $992 towards future boat building programming.