Golden Eagle Newsletter
January 27, 2023
We hope you are able to join us in the GRE gym for our family BINGO night tonight! Doors will open at 6:00pm and pizza and drinks will be sold from 6:00-6:45. Bingo will take place from 7:00-8:00 (popcorn included). Bingo cards are 1 for $2 or 3 for $5. We look forward to seeing you this evening!
In addition to our family bingo night, our PTO is also sponsoring a Father/Daughter dance and a Mother/Son carnival. See below for more information on those upcoming events. Deadlines to sign up and turn in your money for these events are coming up quickly. Tickets for these events cannot be purchased online this year. Instead, please print the attachment and return it to school with your cash or check payment. If you are unable to print a copy, please contact Breanna Nichols at firstname.lastname@example.org and she will be sure to get one to you.
One more announcement - Please note that our enrollment for returning students opens on 2/1/23. The sooner you enroll your students after enrollment opens, the easier it is for us to determine staffing needs so thank you for getting that completed.
GRE events for the week of January 30, 2023
Monday, Jan 30
Tuesday, Jan 31
Wednesday, Feb 1
6th grade enrollment with our 5th graders
Enrollment opens for returning students
Thursday, Feb 2
Friday, Feb 3
LV CO Spelling Bee
3:45 Bricks4Kids (for those enrolled)
Feb 10 - GRE father/daughter dance
Feb 13 - BOE meeting
Feb 14 - Valentine's Day parties 3:00-3:30
Feb 15-16 - P/T Conferences
Feb 16-17 - NO SCHOOL
Feb 20 - NO SCHOOL; PD/Collaboration day for staff
Feb 27 - PTO mtg
Mar 2 - Spring picture day
Mar 3 - GRE Books for Breakfast
Mar 5 - GRE mother/son event
Mar 10 - NO SCHOOL, Teacher collaboration/work day
Mar 13-17 - NO SCHOOL - SPRING BREAK!
Friday Friendly ELA Tip - Spelling Word List Tip #3 - Group & Color-code Words
GRE students represent at Basehor City Council
At the Basehor City Council meeting on January 25, Brooks Burgoon and Davis Lackner presented their experiences as "Mayor" of their classrooms during a local government simulation that all third-graders participated in in December.
These young men did an amazing job putting what they took away from their learning into writing and they were so confident when sharing with the City Council. Both of the boys looked very professional and their pride and ownership in their learning was more than apparent.
Shout out to Mrs. Davis, Ms. Koca, Mrs. Plum, and Mrs. Pike for collaborating on this project and for being willing to try something new!