Gouverneur Elementary News

Week of March 12, 2018

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Principals Get Into the Fun During PARP Month

Reminder: Make Sure Your Emergency Addresses are Correct on Emergency Sheets

As you know, we are in the months of unpredictable weather patterns. We just want to remind everyone to have the correct place where your child goes in case of an early dismissal. Be aware, that all notes are voided if this is called and we follow the emergency addresses on your emergency sheet. This is for the safety of all our students. When this is called, the office goes into emergency procedures as we only have so long to get our children on the correct buses and dismissal. We will not accept ANY changes over the phone for the safety of our children. Although these days are rare, we have had them, so please be alert to weather patterns. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation for the safety of all!
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What's Ahead

  • March 12: PARP Theme Week: Wear YELLOW day.
  • March 13: PARP Theme Week: Wear RED day.
  • March 13: PARP After school activities (Permission Slip Required)
  • March 13: UPK Informational Meeting, GES Library, 6:30pm
  • March 14: GES Building Shared Decision Making Meeting 7:30am
  • March 14: PARP Theme Week: Wear BLUE day.
  • March 15: PARP Theme Week: Wear BLACK day.
  • March 16: PARP Theme Week: Wear GREEN day.
  • March 19: Kindergarten Cap and Gown Pictures
  • March 21: GES PTO Meeting 6:30pm
  • March 21: UPK Field Trip to the Orbed Sugar Shack
  • March 22: Sqare 1 Art Fundraiser Orders Due
  • March 23: PARP Ends
  • March 29-30: No School for Students

Gouverneur Elementary Pledge

I pledge to make Gouverneur Elementary a safe and happy place.

I will be respectful, responsible and honest.

I will treat others the way I want to be treated, with gold and blue shining through.

Gouverneur Elementary School, Gouverneur, NY

Gouverneur Elementary School is an exemplary school where we agree to place the welfare of students at the forefront of our decisions. In becoming a school of excellence, we always identify and implement new or enhanced initiatives in the area of curriculum and instruction, provide respectful and professional learning environments, develop and implement planning and support systems and increase faculty, parent and community partnerships.

We are a Responsive Classroom school, so our belief is that the social and emotional curriculum is just as important as the academic curriculum. We pride ourselves to "Delivering The Promise of A Brighter Future!"

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