March GES Family Newsletter

The Road To Success Is Always Under Construction!

This month at GES....

March 2 - Mid Term

March 3 - 6PM Board of Education Meeting

March 5 - "Hear the Crunch" - National School Breakfast Week

March 6 - 4th Grade Field Trip for Highling/Manley

March 9 - 4th Grade Field Trip for Gavin/Simpson

March 12 - 4th Grade Field Trip Swann/Leromain

March 13 - Spring/Class Pictures

Year Book Orders Due




March 27 - 5PM - Annual Little Miss Greensboro Contest - Greensboro Lion's Club

APRIL 3 - 1/2 Day for Students - 1 PM Dismissal/End of 3rd Term

Thank you Chief Lee!

A special thank you to Chief Lee and Charlie Coppage from the State Highway Administration for successfully having the speed limit lowered to 25 MPH in front of our school! Thank you for keeping us safe!

Year Book Orders & Spring Pictures

Year book orders are due March 13.

Class/Spring pictures will be taken on Friday, March 13th.

Spring Testing Season

GES Spring Testing:

MISA (Maryland Integrated Science Assessment) for 5th Grade Students - March 23rd-April 17th

MSS (Maryland School Survey) for 5th Grade Students - March 11th

MCAP (Maryland Comprehensive Assessment Program for Math and ELA) Grades 3-5 - April 20th-June 2nd

End of Year iReady Reading Grades K-5- May 11th-May 22nd

End of Year iReady Math -Grade K-5 May 26th-June 12th

Math Projects

The math team will continue with math incentives for students whose families that participate in the math projects. Here is the list of project titles that are coming for March:

Kindergarten: Create a Counting Book

First Grade: Create a Dinosaur

Second Grade: Graph a collection

Third Grade: Farmer Brown

Fourth Grade: Longest Bridges of the World

Fifth Grade: A Bake Sale

More details will be provided by your child's math teacher.

We look forward to your participation!

Mark Your Calendars!

Friday, April 24th is our Annual PTA Bingo Night at the Goldsboro Fire Hall. More info to come!

2020 Census - Everyone Counts!

In mid-March, homes across the country will begin receiving invitations to complete the 2020 Census. Once the invitation arrives, you should respond for your home in one of three ways: online, by phone, or by mail.

Why should I participate in the 2020 Census?

Federal funding for schools. The decennial census affects the federal funding that schools receive for special education, classroom technology, teacher training, after-school programs, school lunch assistance, and more. It also affects billions in funding for other community services.

Community impact. The census has a major impact on your school and your community. This is your chance, as a parent and community member to shape the future of our students and their families.

2020 Census - Get The Facts!

Click the above link to watch an informative video about the 2020 Census.

Young Gentlemen's Club

A special thank you to all of our coaches (pictured left to right) Dave Melchoir, Andrew Durham, Dwain Thomas, Colin Joseph, Bryan Peris and Dr. Jim Orr. (Not pictured, Nick Wake). What great role models for our young gentlemen! In addition to our fantastic coaches, a special thank you to Bill Duffy from Walmart in Denton for working with us to provide our Young Gentlemen with their new attire!
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GES Young Gentlemen's Club makes the CCPS Blog!

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Greensboro Elementary School Website

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GES PTA Facebook Page

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