Potter Gray After-School Program
A Word from the Supervisor
Happy New Year! I hope you all enjoyed the holidays with your families. I am thrilled to be given the opportunity to start this new year off as the site supervisor for Potter Gray and would like to make this transition for your children as smooth as possible. I know most of you, but am looking forward to getting to know you all more. I am in my junior year at Western Kentucky University majoring in elementary education. I hope to become a teacher and working with Community Education is helping me further prepare for that career. I want to make afterschool a fun place for your students, and firmly believe that open communication with you as parents is key! I am so excited to see what this new year has to bring.
As you may have noticed, temperatures in Bowling Green are finally starting to feel like actual winter! Since the temperatures are dropping so rapidly, we need your help with keeping your kiddos warm while they enjoy playing outside. Please send your child with a coat every day. Students who do not have coats will not be permitted to go outside and will have to participate in indoor activities. Speaking of coats, our lost and found is starting to pile up. If your children are missing items that you think they may have misplaced during after-school, please come see me or any of the other staff members and we will do our best to get that collection of items returned to their rightful owners. If you have any questions, needs, or concerns please just let me know!
President's Day Program Information
The program will take place at Natcher Elementary, 1434 Cave Mill Rd., from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on Feb. 15. We’ll provide breakfast and an afternoon snack. Students need to bring a sack lunch and a drink.
Registration for this program will begin on Jan. 25 and end on Feb. 5. Payments need to be made to the office by Feb. 10. The cost is $25.
Snow Day Program Available
*Pre-registration is REQUIRED.*
Community Education offers all-day programming for elementary school children on snow days declared by either Bowling Green Independent or Warren County Public schools. Parents must register children in advance in order to use the program. Snow Day programming will run from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. at Bowling Green Independent Schools’ Professional Development and Learning Center at 503 Old Morgantown Road.
There is a non-refundable $30 registration fee for the snow day program. Each Snow Day Program costs $25 per day per child. Breakfast and snack will be provided on the snow days, but students will need to bring a sack lunch and drink.
*Contact the Community Education office at 270-842-4281 in advance of a snow day to register your child for the program. There are a limited number of spaces available.
FUNNER Cards on sale now!
The Bowling Green Hot Rods and Community Education are partnering to bring you FUNNER Cards. For only $25, you can get over $300 worth of amazing deals including eight individual tickets to Hot Rods' games (four to ANY game and four to any Sunday through Thursday game), 10% off all purchases at The Body Shop, and more! A portion of the proceeds help support Community Education's school-age programs.
Forms will be available at your after-school sites or you can call Community Education at 270-842-4281 for more information.
Important Site Information
Potter Gray Site Number: 270-991-4231
- Site Supervisor: Liz Kindma
- Assistant Site Supervisor: Jordan Matthews
- Elizabeth Kindma
- Hannah Robertson
- Sidney Steen
- School Age Programs Specialist: Jarrod Shive
- Associate Director: Erin Lightfoot