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Parents and Students, have you checked out the iPad distribution dates?
Staff entering buildings, please check with building administrators as custodial staff are waxing floors at this time.
E.P.I.C. (Everyone in a Personalized Instructional Curriculum) is a personalized learning program that engages students in blended learning and new personalized learning technologies through the use of iPads in the classroom.
All students in grades 7-12 will be receiving an Apple iPad with Retina Display, Wi-Fi, 16GB of memory, Griffin Survivor case and a charger. Similar to textbooks, the device will be the property of Georgetown Exempted Village Schools and on loan to the students for their use in and out of school for educational purposes. The iPad will come preloaded with some of the student’s textbooks and a variety of educational applications (apps). As this is a new initiative, we do not have all the student’s textbooks available on the devices and we will be adding new apps as we learn about them. The devices do have cameras and video capability as well as the ability to access the internet when there is WiFi available - the devices do not have 3G capability.
If you have questions related to the personalized learning project please contact our Superintendent, Christopher Burrows, at (937) 378-3730.
Maximize Your Potential Scholarship Recipients
The "Maximize Your Potential Award" for students at Georgetown High School this year was earned by Karissa Hamblen and Caitlyn Richey. This year's award was $2,000 and each student was awarded $1,000 each. Karissa put service above self as she was responsible for establishing a mentoring program for sixth grade students and played a significant role in bringing a bullying seminar to Georgetown students. Caitlyn Richey sent shoes and other items in care packages to residents of Cambodia and spent the entire year working with Mrs. Noll to teach Spanish to kindergarten students. This award is funded by (8) Georgetown teachers. These teachers are Heather Bertram, Holly Woodruff, Mike Fadeley, Matt Cameron, Thad Wallace, Mike Jennings, Chad McKibben and Robert Lawson. Congratulations to this year's recipients!