November 27 th to December 15th: Please donate canned food to your advisory class to help the community. The top advisory class to donate canned food will receive a free donut and orange juice party compliments of Rachel’s Challenge & No Place for Hate. You can also place cans in the library to pay off your late fines. This is an awesome way to help out people in Georgetown get into the holiday spirit! Thanks!
If your child could use a little extra time to take care of their school business, we'd like to give them an everyday option for support. Beginning Monday, the Principals' Study Hall is open for business! Dr. Jayroe, Mr. Garcia and Mr. Schulz are ready to welcome and support our Eagles. Students can stop by anytime to check their grades, complete any work or just have a quiet place to prepare for a successful day. No reservations are necessary and walk-ins are welcome!
If your student has lost their Smart Tag, please request a new one on our District website under the “Parents” tab. Select “Smart Tag Parent Portal” on the right side of the screen and then select “Smart Tag ID Request Form” on the left, then submit the online form. We will send the tags to the proper school and they will distribute them as they come. If you have any questions about the Smart Tag process, please contact Brandon Zeleny at email@example.com. Thank you for your cooperation and support.
Citing a growing tax base and good financial management practices, Standard & Poor’s has upgraded the bond rating for Georgetown ISD to “AA” from “AA-” in its rating report released earlier this month.
East View High School and Georgetown High School Choir students have advanced to Area auditions in January, at Midway High School in Waco.