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No School Friday May 4th and 25th, Dental Van and Open House May 23rd!

This week our 6th grade students are off to Passport Camp thanks to the efforts of our  fantastic students, parent chaperones and our 6th grade teachers Mr. Loder and Mrs. Brown. The Dental Van arrives this week. Paperwork is in the office. State testing will be winding down and there will be no school on Friday,May 4th and Friday, May 25th which were intended as extra days in lieu of school closure due to snow.  Finally, please save the date for our Open House on May 23rd where we will have an official  Ribbon Cutting Ceremony to celebrate our  acceptance  as the 1st New Tech Network school in El Dorado County. 


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GT School of Innovation Launch 2018

GT School of Innovation Launch 2018

Georgetown School - 1st New Tech Network School in El Dorado County

Georgetown School - 1st School In El Dorado County to beaccepted as a New Tech Network School! What is great aboutNTN? Project Based Learning (PBL), STE(A)M (Science,Technology, Engineering Art and Math and the ECHO LearningManagement System so your student can move at their own pace!We would like to invite our school community and the communityat large to learn more about New Tech Network and the excitinginnovations ahead at our school Open House and Ribbon CuttingCeremony on May 23rd at 6:30 p.m.

Want to know more? Check out this video!

Technology Grants for Georgetown!!!!

Recently, both Christine Brown and Mike Appleby were awarded Hearts and Minds Educational Technology Grants.  Valued at almost $5,000, the grants are designed to get real-world technology and experiences into the hands of our students.  With Mrs. Brown’s grant, she will add 7 mini iPads to her existing tablet bank.  Students will use these to shoot outdoor photography using the 10 rules of composition then upload them to Google for editing.  Mr. A.’s Crew will partner with Annie Brown’s sixth graders.  Student teams will learn how to write code for the new Micro:bit processors, track local weather using the Micro:climate kits and program Micro:bots to perform basic tasks.  We are very excited about these new opportunities for students!

Georgetown School--A Great Place to Learn and Grow!

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Yes- We use our Imagination when we play!

Yes- We use our Imagination when we play!

Field Day-- Last Day Hours-- First Day of School 2018

Field Day Thursday-- 9:00- 11:00

Friday Celebration and Awards  9:30 Amphitheater

First Day of School-- August 22, 2018

Teachers Planning for a great 2018-19 ALL SUMMER!!!! We are excited about GT School of Innovation!!


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Exciting News- What's in a Name??

Please Join Us for the Big Reveal of our New Tech Network Campus at our Open House on May 23rd at 6:30!

Georgetown Elementary applied for and was accepted as a New Tech Network School in April. As part of this transformation into a project-based learning STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics ) School we adopted a new name that expresses our connection with a nationally recognized, high performing school network, we are now called GT School of Innovation- A New Tech Network Campus.

This year Parents and students who participated in our GT School Survey suggested interest in a school where students had a science driven, project-based learning approach! Our motto “Imagine, Invent, Inspire” states our commitment to providing an enriched, engaging and rigorous curriculum as well as creating agency and responsibility in our student body through collaborative projects and presentations.

ECHO Learning management system, an online learning platform will allow parents to log in, each day and see with their own eyes how their learner is progressing toward standard. Students in all grades will have access to ALEKS (Math), Lexia (reading) and Spelling City (Our new spelling program). Additionally, students will be provided access to our new History/Social Science Adoption USA Studies Weekly.  

            And…don’t forget our wonderful offering of afterschool MakerSpace along with our new bi-monthly elective rotations on Fridays which will expose our 3-6 grade learners to even MORE arts and sciences such as: coding, music, classical art and more!

With the support of our school board and superintendent, Georgetown will take its place as the first New Tech Network School in El Dorado County, an elite recognition that we are proud to be a part of. If you are interested in joining our school community as we undertake this exciting new journey please contact Wendy Westsmith at 333- 8320 for more information.




Pets Prohibited on Campus- with one exception


This is reminder that we have limitations regarding animals, including pets on our campuses.  At Georgetown this includes pick up and drop off times. 

 Board Policy recognizes, “that animals can contribute to the district’s instructional program by being effective teaching aids to students and by assisting individuals with disabilities to access district programs and activities”.  Any animals, including family pets, are allowed for only these purposes and with administrative approval.  Thank you, in advance, for your assistance and cooperation.

Arrival and Departure -One Way! Safety First!

At Georgetown School Safety comes First! We have had many visitors on campus this summer and to ensure student safety at all times we are focusing on safe arrivals and departures.

Campus Opens at 8:00 a.m. !

1) If you are on campus during school hours we ask that you sign in at the office and take advantage of our Parent Room or front Gazebo.

2) We will be closing our back parking lots to drop off students. This includes kindergarten and Boys and Girls Club.

3) Parents are encouraged to park in the Office Parking Lot, sign in and walk their student to the playground or class at 8:15.

4) Students  walk on the "Playground Pathway" to play, attend class and travel to first breakfast and to return home. 

5) The playground pathway is used during school hour arrival and departure. The parking lot path, back lots and office path are not open for arrival or departure use during school hours. 

Questions? Contact Wendy at or 530 333-8320.


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