Vol 1.16: June Edition
Thank you for a Great Year at Grewenow!
I encourage students and their families to get to the public libraries, find some great summer reading, and also to get outside to enjoy the warm (maybe hot and humid) summer air. Kenosha is full of great parks, including Washington and Anderson with swimming pools, and of course, the Michigan lakefront. It's easy to lose appreciate for living by one of the Great Lakes because its part of our every day, yet it is such a privilege to be able to walk along it, fish from it, and swim in it.
Take advantage of these opportunities for fun and relaxation, seek the greatness our Kenosha has to offer, and take care Grewenow!
Academic Learning Updates
Summer School Starts Wednesday!
Battle of the Books
The Grewenow Kenosha Battle of the Books team is looking for volunteers to coach the team of 4th and 5th grade students next year. The previous coaches are able to provide guidance but are unable to coach. The team consists of 10 members. Teams can play any six members during a battle. Unfortunately, if there are no volunteer coaches, there will be no Grewenow Kenosha Battle of the Books team in the 2018-2019 school year.
Traditionally practices take place during recess and/or after school, but that would be up to the coach's discretion. Practices can begin immediately and end at the last battle in March or April.
For more detailed information please visit: https://sites.google.com/site/kenoshabattleofthebooks/
General School Announcements
Grewenow is planning on providing parents/caregivers an opportunity to participate in family training programs.
We kindly request you fill out and return to school the School Questionnaire which was sent home, so we can offer programs that suit your needs and interests.
K-12 KUSD Drug-Free Summer Wrestling Sessions
Through the Little RedHots Wrestling Club, Coach Jerril Grover will conduct a free summer wrestling sessions in the Bradford Cafeteria on Tuesdays and Thursdays .
Sessions begin June19th and end July 26th.
There will be two sessions: 9:00am to 10:00am for girls and 10:00am to 11:00am for boys.
All wrestlers must fill out an emergency and risk out injury form. For more information contact Jerril Grover(firstname.lastname@example.org) or 262 657-5046
2018-19 School Year Registration
DIrections for online restration are available on the registation page. If you need other assitance you can stop by the Education Support Center (District Offices) 3600 52nd Street or call 359-7700
Looking for ways to equip your child (ren) for their upcoming school year? Below is a list of programs and things you can do this summer to set them up for success!
- Southport Library, located at 7979 38th St. have a number of programs geared to promote reading and family engagement.
- Read stories out loud, either to your child or with your child.
- "Xtra math" and/or "IXL" online are free programs which help build mathematical skills.
- See a movie that’s based on a book. Then, read the book together.
- Ask your child’s teacher for printouts of books from Imagine Learning English.
- Encourage older siblings to read to younger siblings.
Coat and Toy Giveaway
Registration begins August 1st, 2018 and you can register at:
Women and Chidlren's Horizon Cesar Chevaz Learning Station
Community Action Agency Kenosha County Center (Hwy 45&50)
ELCA Outreach Center Kenosha County Job Center
Click on the link below for further information and instructions.
Get involved and support our school through GFTC
Grewenow Family & Teacher Community or GFTC (pronounced "Giftsy") meetings will be held the first Wednesday of each month at 6:00PM in the Grewenow School library. All are welcome, membership is open, and if you are interested in learning more or, better yet, getting involved please contact GiFTC.email@example.com
This link will take you to classroom webpages where teachers may post classroom resources and newsletters.