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Grover Hill Elementary

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Bring in non-perishable canned foods or paper products now until December 13.

The two elementary schools are competing against each other to see which student council can bring in the most items, but the two local food pantries will be the real winners.

Principal's Newsletter

The leaves are starting to change colors and the days are getting shorter, so we must be entering the month of November.  As we look at our calendar for November, we see how busy this month is going to be.  During November, we hold Parent/Teacher conferences, Veterans Day, and we cannot forget Thanksgiving Break. 

Parent/Teacher conferences will take place on Wednesday, November 6, from 5:30 – 8:30 and again on Thursday, November 7 from 1:00 – 8:00.  Parents, if you have not signed up for a meeting with your child’s teacher you still have time.  At WTGH we feel it is essential for the teachers and parents to work together for the benefit of the student.  If you need assistance on signing-up or maybe you have questions about the conferences, feel free to contact the elementary office.

One such activity is Veteran’s Day.  On Monday, November 11, the Grover Hill staff and students will be taking time out of their busy day to honor our Veterans.  The WTGH Student Council is working hard to put this program together. The Veteran’s Day program will begin at 10:00 am.  We, the staff and students, would like to invite all Veterans to join us for our Veteran’s Day program on November 11.  After the program, we would like all Veterans to stay and join us for lunch.  All Veteran’s and spouse’s meals are free of charge.  Providing this meal is a small way for us to say THANK YOU for your service to our country.

We look forward to seeing you on November 11.

This year Literacy Night has moved to November 14th.  In past years Literacy Night has been successful, and this year should be no different.  The theme for this Literacy Night is “Game Night.”  The staff has been busy planning for this exciting night, and they are working hard to come up with fun and educational games that include reading.  As we get closer to Literacy Night, more information will be available. 

Also, at this time, Mrs. Schmidt and her students in grades four, five, and six have started preparations for this year’s Christmas program.  Mrs. Schmidt and her students have selected the program Snow Bizz, and at this time, they are holding auditions.   The date for this year’s program is Thursday, December 12.  On December 12, there will be two performances with the first performance at 2:00, and the second is at 7:00.  We hope you can attend one of these two programs.  

In closing, the staff and I would like to take this opportunity to wish you a safe and Happy Thanksgiving.


Kevin E. Wilson, Principal

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Dental Visit - Rescheduled for Nov 26

Our Dental Team will be coming to your school the week of November 11 and offering exams, teeth cleanings, fluoride treatments, and dental sealants to students. Regular dental check-ups are an important part of overall health. We will bill Medicaid and Private Insurance, but you will have no out of pocket expense by participating. If your child has no health coverage there will be no charge. Our center may be able to help sign you and your family up for insurance if eligible. The program is open to all children. DEADLINE TO RETURN THE FORM: NOVEMBER 4
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