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A Visit From Meteorologist Laura Hartman

Hi Parents,

Our fourth graders enjoyed a visit from Meteorologist Laura Hartman from WZZM! We were introduced to the scientific tools she uses, and she explained how they work to help her forcast the weather. We found out that the sun creates our weather, forming warm fronts and cold fronts. She also talked about severe weather such as tornadoes, hurricanes, thunderstorms, and hail. The information that she shared will come in handy as we learn about Weather in an upcoming Reading Unit!

Turkey Trot!

WHAT:  TURKEY TROT —  $6.00 Registration = T-SHIRT!

Race Location:  EAGLE STADIUM on Baldwin Middle School Campus

Date: October 29, 2019

Arrival:  4:30 pm

Race Time:  5:00 pm

Race Information:  The Turkey Trot is a fun run for Hudsonville students.  Designed for K-5 students.  *There is also a 6-12 race AFTER the K-5 races.

Entry Fee:  $6.00 per person.   T-Shirt part of registration fee.  DUE BY OCTOBER 9.

Prizes:  Frozen Turkeys, Apple Cider, Pumpkins

Race Groups:  PK, K, 1st Gr., 2nd Gr:  1/4 Mile.   3rd, 4th, 5th:  Approx 1 mile.  Grades 6-12:  1 mile race.  *If your child needs special accommodations, connect with your school PE teacher.

Late Registration:  4:30 pm on Race Day.  Additional shirts will be available while supplies last.  

Severe Weather:  The Turkey Trot will be cancelled if there is SEVERE WEATHER.

To participate, you must complete this online form.

 

 

Constitution Day

The Constitution is an important document that was created, through teamwork, to help protect the citizens of the United States. It is the law of our country. The Constitution was signed on September 17, 1787, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Learning about the Constitution goes hand in hand with our 4th grade Social Studies curriculum. It also works well to support our own classroom constitution as we set up expectations for behavior at the beginning of the school year.

If you would like to learn more, check out these FUN FACTS!

 

So Nice to Meet You!

Hello All!

It was awesome to see you all at our Georgetown Open House! What a GREAT group of new fourth graders! I am so excited to start a new school year with your child (and you)!!

Each of you received an envelope at Open House with important papers from the school office. Please return these on the first day or at your earliest convenience.

Just a reminder, your child may bring supplies on the first day of school if they haven’t already done so. Don’t forget those gym shoes!

Enjoy your weekend, and I’ll see you on Monday, August 26!

Thanks!

Mrs. H.

School Supply List for 2019-2020

Hello, 4th Graders and Parents!

I hope you’re having a great summer! 🙂 Believe it or not, “Back to School” sales fliers will be out soon! As you are out and about, you may want to start watching for deals on the following school supplies:

Items that are required:
*A pair of gym shoes – they do not need to be new, just clean. These should be kept in your locker at school.

*A backpack or tote to carry your belongings

*A pencil box

Items that are highly recommended:
*5 folders with pockets – a different color for each subject will be helpful.

*3 or 4 wide ruled composition books

*Pencils, pens, and highlighters

*1 or 2 packs of sticky notes

*Fine tip dry erase markers

Items that are optional:
*Glue stick(s)
*Scissors
*Colored pencils

I’m looking forward to meeting you at the Georgetown Open House in August!
Mrs. Huizenga

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