Weekly Wildcat News for Families

Week of January 9-13

RTI, Tutoring, and Project On Track Resumes this Week

Grades Cards will be emailed Friday, January 13th.

Schedule for the Week

  • Monday/Wednesday - Project on Track Resumes
  • Tuesday/Thursday - 3-5 After School Tutoring Resumes
  • Friday, Grade Cards will be emailed

Reminder: No School on January 16th for MLK Holiday

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Welcome 2023! Wildcats are back to WORK!

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Lost and Found

Please ask your student to check our Lost and Found. We have several items that have been left behind (jackets, hats, water bottles, lunch boxes, etc).



Written notes or online forms are required for absences. Phone calls are appreciated to help us know about your child's illness, etc. However, a written note is the only way an absence can be excused.

Parent notes start over for the 3rd and 4th nine weeks. Each students gets 3 parent notes for excused absences.

Please submit any notes from appointments that required an absences from school.

When making appointments, please try to schedule them during your child's special class time. This helps studetns to avoid missing academic learning time and assignments.

At 8:15 the doors lock, and students entering at or after 8:15 am are counted tardy. Parents must bring students inside to check them in with the office. Five unexcused tardies = 1 unexcused absence

Questions: Please contact Ms. Connie at 638-6351.

From Nurse Stephanie Parker

Physical Activity

Regular physical activity should be part of our student’s everyday routine. Physical activity is important to help children build strong bones, control weight and reduce the risk of developing life-long health conditions. Inactivity can lead to childhood obesity, low bone density, and risk for developing type 2 diabetes. According to the CDC, students who are physically active had better grades, attendance, cognitive performance and classroom behaviors.

The CDC recommends children and adolescents ages 6 to 17 years old do 60 minutes or more of physical activity daily. These activities should suit the child’s age and stage of development. A good way to encourage your child to get regular physical activity is to keep it fun and have a variety of activities. This can be structured, such as organized sports or unstructured like playing on the playground, walking/jogging and swimming. References: https://www.cdc.gov/healthyschools/physicalactivity/facts.htm

If you need to bring in medicines to school, please do so this week. Adults should park and then walk in the medicine. Please do not park in the morning car line. Medicine should never be sent in with a student.


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Reminder: Display Car Tags at Pick Up (Extras can be bought for $3.00 in office)

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Thank You, EV GSIA (Movie Day Concession Stand and Staff Breakfast)

December Dress Up Days

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Wildcats Give to Others

Happy Moments

GHS Band Visits

Coach Norton Recognizes Students for Perserverance (Tying Shoes)

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Breakfast/Lunch Menus

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