Grewenow Gazette

Vol 2.14:

Spring is in the (cool) air



Grewenow. We are Great; we are Growing!

Principal's Message

Greeting Grewenow Families!


In this edition, Id' like to extend an invitation to all of our families to our school's annual Title I meeting on Thursday, May 2 at 6:30PM in the Multi-Purpose room (which immediately follows the Grewenow Expo and ice cream social).


At this meeting, you will be provided with an update on our School Achievement Plan, how Title monies are being allocated to benefit student literacy and numeracy, and some insight into what next year's achievement plan will hold. The presentation will last no more than 30 minutes and there will be an opportunity to ask questions.


Hope to see you there.

Grewenow School Annual Title Meeting

Thursday, May 2nd, 6:30pm

7714 20th Avenue

Kenosha, WI

Agenda:


Review of 2018-19 School Achievement Plan

  • Literacy Goals

  • Numeracy Goals

  • Culture Goals


Summary of 2018-19 Title I Expenditures

  • Personnel

  • Contracted Services

  • Non-Capital Objects



Future Outlook and Planning

  • 2019 Needs Assessment

RSVPs are enabled for this event.

Academic Updates

Dr. Seuss Night Family Night Fun

Thank you to everyone who came out to our Dr. Seuss event.

School Make Up Calendar

Due to the weather related school closures we had earlier in the year, the school district has come up with the following calendar to make up missed instructional time.


We kindly request that students be picked up in a timely manner.

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Spring Recess

Spring Break begins:
Friday, April 19th
with students returning to school on:
Monday, April 29th.


We wish everyone a safe and restful break!

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Career Showcase Event on May 8

Attention Families:


Do you have a career, talent, or skill you could share with our Grewenow students? We plan to give students an opportunity to explore careers, talents, skills to open new interests for them. On Wednesday, May 8 from 8:30 - 10:30, students will be able to attend three 30 minute workshops, and would love to have you be a part of that day by sharing your knowledge, leading a session(s), or helping students transition to the activities! Our goal is to provide 20 different activities.

If you are interested in helping our students grow in their interests, please print and complete the form below, a KUSD Background Check form (attached), and return it to Grewenow by Wednesday, April 17th. If you have any more questions, please call the Grewenow Elementary Office at 262-359-6362.

General Announcements

More Information: Grewenow Teacher Webpages

This link will take you to classroom webpages where our teachers post classroom resources and newsletters.

Nutritious Snack

Our daily fresh fruits and vegetables program has concluded for the year. Therefore, we are encouraging families to pack a nutritious snack item for their child to enjoy before or after their designated lunch period. Each classroom determines the time of their students' snacks.

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Kenosha Kingfish Reading Log

If your child turned in their Kenosha Kingfish Reading Log, an order form to order extra tickets came home with your child. If you are planning on ordering extra tickets, please complete the order form and return to school with payment no later than April 5th.

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Grewenow Expo is Almost here!

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Morning Power Up Group- May 7th

This event is designed for parents/guardians to engage in fun and interactive math and science activities with their children.

*K-grade 3 students only*


Sign up fliers will sent home next week, so be on the look out!


Any questions? Please contact Monika Ozimek, Parent Liaison, at 262-359-7405

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Wisconsin Shores Little League

Open to Special Needs Students between 4-18yrs. of age, or up to 22 if still on school.


Please see attached flyer for further information.

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Family Resources

Kindness

Grewenow values kindness. As such, we try to provide our students with concrete examples on how to show kindness to one another.

Below, is a movie list that we hope you will find helpful in promoting discussions on kindness with your children.

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HELP WANTED: Volunteers Needed!

We need you...yes you!
Parents/Caregivers are a vital part of our school community and there are many opportunities at Grewenow for you to get involved in. From helping out in our classrooms to planning a school event. We value those in our student's lives and want you to feel welcomed to participate in all that goes on at Grewenow.


Sign up today! Call Ms. Ozimek at 262-359-7405

Grewenow Family & Teacher Community

The Grewenow Family & Teacher Community is our school's version of a PTO.
Join this group in helping support the education programming and making a difference for the students at Grewenow!

Find more information and follow them on Facebook by clicking the link here.

Grewenow Family & Teacher Community (GFTC) Meeting

Wednesday, May 8th, 6-8pm

7714 20th Avenue

Kenosha, WI

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