Miss. W learning how to play ga-ga ball, and lightning. The kids also had fun teaching her how to play one ball, and indoor snowball. We loved having her with us!
This past week Miss. Abbie Fitchett has been with us in the gym. She is also from Liverpool, England. She loves pizza, and chocolate. Her favorite animal is a giraffe and she likes the Livepool soccer team. Miss. Fitchett also loves playing netball. She taught the kids how netball works and did a little skills drill with them. Our students taught her how to play kickball. She was the pitcher! Click on the links to check out netball and enjoy the photos.
We are so excited to welcome Miss W all the way from England. She is with us in PE for a week and then will spend another week in Mrs. Kuiecks classroom. She already has put together a fitness station that she taught the kids to do. Check out the picture Her favorite color is orange. Her favorite animal is an elephant. She LOVES pancakes and orange juice! So glad you could join us Miss Wardle!!
We are currently in the process of doing Feel’in Good Mileage Club at recess and in P.E. class. Mileage club is a program sponsored by Fifth Third Bank (sponsor of the River Bank Run) to promote fitness at recess and get the kids up and moving. The goal is to run/jog/walk 20 miles. We started right after spring break and will be ending around May 18. Mileage club takes place on Monday/Wednesday/Friday lunch recesses around the track. Every time they go around they earn a popsicle stick and 4 sticks equal a mile. The kids can also earn prizes for certain miles they complete. Be sure to ask your kiddos how they are doing with mileage club!
We are also working on completing our spring fitness tests in P.E.
We woke up Saturday morning to a chilly 12 degrees!!!! The sun was out and thankfully there was no wind. All our runners did such a great job on this very cold day!!! When the race was finished we spent some time in the cafeteria with food, fun, and fellowship! Jets Pizza, Hudsonville ice cream, and lots oranges and apples were eaten Thank you to all our runners and our parents who got their child to the race and cheered the runners on!!! Mrs. Nienhuis and Mrs. VanKoevering finished the race and were very proud coaches!!! Here is a picture of our team that made it to the race.
Here is a picture of the group that trained for the race.
Well, the weather does not look very warm for our race this Saturday but we are not going to let that stop us!! We have trained well and are ready to run! Parents of our Hudsonville Running Club students can arrive anytime around 8 a.m. at the Hudsonville High School gym to pick up the race packets and get your race number pinned on. We will meet in the gym at 8:15 for a team picture and then sit as a group to listen to our speaker. We will all stretch and walk out to the starting line together. Please stick around after the race for refreshments, food and plenty of prizes in the cafeteria!! See you at the races!!!!!
Our Hudsonville Running Club is underway for our Georgetown 3rd-5th graders. We have about 40 students training with us to run the Eagle 5K on March 28!!!!!
We are in our basketball unit right now with our bowling unit coming soon. A big shout out goes to Hudsonville Lanes for supplying us with everything we need for an awesome bowling experience right here at school!!!
Just a heads up that our annual mileage club will be starting after Spring Break.
A HUGE Thanks to all our GT Families who gave to Jump Rope For Heart this year. As of now our total is $4400.00! Our goal was to beat last years total of $2587.00. We have done that and more. So thank-you, thank-you for supporting this great cause! Our Georgetown family Rocks!
Mrs. Nienhuis and Mrs. VanKoevering
P.S. We are hoping to have all the prizes before spring break.
Here are a few pictures of the kids celebrating Jump Rope For Heart this past week. Our 1st and 2nd graders did all jumping stations. The upper elementary students showed off their jump rope routines and did some contest and the all time favorite of jump the ring. Ask your kiddos about it!