Welcome to the Georgetown PTA
Scheduled for Wednesday, March 21. Registration will begin at the end of January. Stay tuned!
Amazing Hero Art Performance – April 9, 2018 at 6:30
The Georgetown PTA is very excited to present a live performance at the GMHS auditorium by Disney artist Rob Surrette. The award-winning “BE SOMEBODY!” show celebrates history, science, social studies, literature, art, music, athletics, drama, as well as concepts of health, peace, self-esteem, empowerment, and caring. What happens? Rob speed-paints various heroes on gigantic canvases as a launching platform to teach kids how they can be GREAT too. This show has reached over 875,000 audience members, and Rob has been invited to over 30 different countries. Mark your calendars!
Did you know there is FREE MONEY for our schools through Box Tops for Education? Box Top coupons are printed on products we use everyday. The deadline for the ice cream party challenge has passed, but you can bring those box tops in ALL YEAR! Click for more information, a list of products that have box top coupons and a sheet to glue the coupons to. Free money has never tasted this yummy!
Join the Yearbook Staff! There are still many classrooms that don’t have a volunteer for yearbook. Jostens Yearbooks is our web-based program, very user friendly, and it can all be done from your home computer. If you are looking to be part of the 2017-2018 Yearbook Staff, please email Jen Morrissey.
Join us for a great year!
This year’s PTA is revving up for a great year, filled to the brink with fun, friends, family, and doing all we can to make our schools awesome.
Thanks for joining us! If you have questions, comments, concerns, or if there’s anything else we can do for you, reach out. We would love to hear from you!
Find Out More
Perley Integrated Preschool
Principal Maher’s This Week Newsletter for happenings at Penn Brook Elementary School
Principal Peter Lucia’s Blog for Georgetown Middle/High School
Georgetown Schools District Home and an invitation to share your comments, ideas, questions, and requests with Superintendent Carol Jacobs