· 7 Christmas Program 7pm

· 9-11 Secret Santa Shop

· 18 Christmas Parties

· 18 End of 2nd nine weeks

· 21–Jan 1 Christmas Break, No School


· 4 School Reconvenes

· 18 Martin Luther King Day, No School


· 11 Valentine’s Parties

· 12 No School

· 15 President’s Day, No School


· 11 End of 3rd nine weeks

· 28 – Apr 1 Spring Break

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Mr. Spahr and Mrs. Retz 's 4th grade classes painted an underwater scene on a rain barrel. This barrel was painted for the annual Indiana WEA auction held last weekend. Proceeds went to benefit fresh water in areas where fresh water is not available.
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On Wednesday afternoon, December 9th, Terry Hall will be giving his body safety talk to all of our students. Our K-1 students will be with Mr. Hall from 12:45 - 1:15 pm. Students from grades 2-3 will be with Mr. Hall from 1:25 - 1:55 pm and grades 4-5 will be seen from 2:05 - 2:35 pm. The location for these meetings in our building is to be determined. A general parent meeting for those parents wishing to see Terry's presentation will be held on Tuesday, December 1st at 6:00 pm at Poston Road Elementary School.
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The applied skills portion of ISTEP+ will be February 29 - March 11th. The on-line portion of ISTEP+ will be given April 18 - May 6. Third grade students will also be taking the IREAD3 exam on March 14 - March 18. 2015. If you have questions feel free to contact your child's teacher or you may call Mr. Cazee.

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As we approach colder weather we want you to consider proper dress for the children: We know children like to come to school comfortable, but please remember the following guidelines; For girls; dresses, slacks or jeans. For boys; slacks or jeans. We encourage students to look neat in their dress. The way we dress is often the way we act. Short shorts, halter-tops and net shirts are not permissible. Shoes should be appropriate for safety and comfort. Please make sure that shirts and tops with "sayings" printed on them are in good taste. No alcohol, drug, gang symbols, satanic symbols, inappropriate language or pictures are permitted. Any attire that disrupts the educational process such as clothing that does not bit appropriately, underwear exposed, spaghetti straps, midriff showing and hats in the building are not permitted. Hip hops or low riding pants are not appropriate.

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The PTO has enrolled Green Township in the Community Rewards program. This program allows you earn money for your school just by using your Kroger card! To sign up just follow these steps:

· Go to

· If you have a Kroger card already registered, click Sign In

· Scroll down to Community Rewards once signed in and click Enroll

· Find Your Organization – Green Township’s organization # is 10632

· Select Green Township, then Enroll

· Use your card to go grocery shopping and earn money for our school!!

· Happy Krogering !

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Christmas Program

Monday, Dec. 7th, 7pm

Brooklyn Elementary School, Brooklyn, IN, United States

Brooklyn, IN

The 2nd and 4th grade students of Green Township Elementary will have a Christmas Program, put on by music teacher Mark Yount, at Brooklyn Elementary School on Monday, December 7, 2015 at 7:00 pm.

The 2nd and 4th grade students must be to the school by 6:15pm.

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PENGUIN PATCH HOLIDAY SHOPPE (formerly Secret Santa Shoppe)

Wednesday, Dec. 9th, 9am to Friday, Dec. 11th, 2pm

Green Township Elementary School, Martinsville, IN, United States

Martinsville, IN

Let your child experience the joy of giving this holiday season in a safe, educational and fun environment at the Penguin Patch Holiday Shoppe. Our gift items range from $0.25 to $12 with the majority of items falling between $1 and $4 each. A parent volunteer will offer to help your child stay within their budget and make gift selections for everyone on their list. Volunteer and be a part of this fun and exciting event!
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Morgan County Food Pantry


For many years, our school has been participating in the Christmas Basket Program for the Morgan County Food Pantry/Red Barn in Martinsville. This organization has filled a gap for the growing number of Morgan County families who find themselves in need due to illness, job loss, or other emergency situations. The Food Pantry strives to serve those who are in true need, and it is always a goal to help those in need move forward and improve their situations.

Please keep these families in your mind and heart as you grocery shop for your holiday events. Due to the rising need for nutritious food and the increasing numbers of those requesting assistance who are sometimes also homeless, we are asking for only one food item this year.

Our goal is to collect 247 jars of peanut butter

(12 or 16 oz. jars) for our 2015 donation.

That is one jar for every student

attending Green Twp. School.

Please help us help those who are less fortunate by sending at least one jar of peanut butter with each child attending GTS. Jars may be dropped in the collection box inside the school building until Dec. 18th at which time the final count will be made to see if we reached or even surpassed our goal. If our goal is reached, a celebration will be planned for the entire student body during the month of January!

Thank you!!!

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