Groton Area Elementary School Daily Announcements
May I have your attention please for the daily announcements. This is ________________________.
Good morning, today is Thursday, January 27th , 2011.
Edward J. Smith would have had a birthday today. He was the captain of the Titanic. The titanic sunk on its maiden voyage. What did the Titanic hit that caused it to sink? The answer is on the bottom of the announcements that can be seen on the Tiger Talk Blog.
The medallion has been found! Many of you used the clues and were on the right track. Cole Johnson knew to look in the library as well as in the reference section. The medallion was hidden in an encyclopedia. It was hidden under the section, medallion. For finding the medallion, Cole wins a $10 dollar gift certificate to Dairy Queen.. Contrary to some sour grapes rumors, the only person who knew where the medallion was hidden was Mr. Dalchow. It pays to use the reference section to look up information you don’t know! Congratulations Cole.
Family fun night is this Friday from 5-9. The inflatables will be set up with an all new ride for you. The movie, Despicable Me will start at 7 PM.. Your 5 dollar admission gets you the inflatables, supper, and the movie. You can also purchase popcorn, drinks, and candy. There will also be some fabulous prizes to be won for those that come Friday night. Hope to see you there!
Students, you can design an entry for the AR T-Shirt Contest. Pick up an entry form in the office today. Today is yhre last day to submit your entry to the office. Remember, draw big! Your design may be on the next AR T-Shirt.
Lunch for today: super nachos, battered wedges, fruit, and milk
Breakfast for Monday: Breakfast pizza juice, and milk
Please stand, face the flag, put your hand over your heart and recite the pledge of allegiance with me: 1…2…3…4…5
I Pledge Allegiance to the flag
of the United States of America
and to the Republic
for which it stands,
one Nation under God,
with liberty and justice for all.
Thank you and have a good day.
Answer: An Iceberg