GHS volleyball hosted the first annual youth volleyball camp for grades 5-8! Our high school athletes were great hosts and mentors for our younger players.
Georgetown G-Men Youth Basketball Camp 2021 🏀
Georgetown students participating in extended summer learning opportunities. Thanks to all of the teachers, parents and students who have been participating in this summer event!
A HUGE thank you to the students helping the Technology Department today as they disinfected, inventoried, and prepaired devices for the upcoming 2021-2022 school year.
Lady G-Men Camp 2021! We had 35 campers! Special thanks to Jill Lorentz at RE/Max Realty for sponsoring our camp t-shirts!
Student Fees List for the 2021-2022 school year: https://5il.co/vs1q
Attached below are the school classroom supply lists for this school year. Elementary School Supply List 2021-2022.pdf Jr./Sr. High School Supply List 2021-2022.pdfChild Focus has free school...
The following supplemental contract position is available for the Georgetown Exempted Village Schools for the 2021-2022 school year. Supplemental contract positions are contingent upon the...
Pee-Wee Basketball: LAST open gym for the summer is Wed, July 21st at the Elementary school from 6:30pm-8pm. We will pick back up after the Brown County Fair.
Dear Georgetown Families,
Thank you once again for an incredible 2020-21 school year! When I look back I am still amazed that we made it through the entire year with students on campus and in the classrooms. Working together we achieved success!!
As we prepare for the 2021-22 school year I wanted to let you know, that at the time of this writing, the Georgetown Exempted Village Schools will make masks optional for students and staff while in the buildings or outside (unfortunately due to current federal orders, students and staff are required to wear masks on school busses, whether vaccinated or not, until 9/13/21, at which time the order may end or possibly extended). We will continue to monitor the health of students and staff each and every day and we ask parents to monitor their students at home and keep them home from school if they are displaying any signs or symptoms of COVID 19.
We will also, in conjunction with the Brown County Board of Health and our school nurse, monitor COVID 19 cases in Brown County and within our school. Please be aware, restrictions that were in place last year could return if warranted or mandated by appropriate officials. As we witnessed last year, changes to policies and procedures changed often and changed quickly and the school district had very little control or choice in those changes. If for some reason we are required to make adjustments to our back to school plans, I will communicate those changes through social media, emails and text messages.
Our sincere hope is that we will have an awesome school year and all of our families and staff will remain happy and healthy!
Brad Winterod - Superintendent of Schools
Should you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to call or email me.