The G-Dub Hub

DECEMBER 2018

From The Principal's Desk

Thanks for a great first trimester for the 2018-19 school year! Student attendance is up and students are making progress on academic goals. We are very proud of their hard work!


Thank you to our PTO for organizing our large catalog fundraiser. We appreciate their time and efforts toward making George Washington a special place for students and families. We raised just under $7000. Thank you to the students and families for making this possible.


Stay involved in the academic and social areas of your student's life. Here are some ways to do that:

  • Know where your students are before and after school. Also please remember campus does not open or have supervision until 7:20 a.m. on school days.
  • Have access to your student's information through our PowerSchool system.
  • Make sure your contact information is current. Call the school to update phone numbers and addresses. You may update your email through your parent portal in PowerSchool as well.
  • Stay connected by keeping up-to-date through our social media and school webpage.
  • Join our parent groups-volunteers are always appreciated.


We wish you and your families the best Holiday Season and are excited for what

2019 will bring! Happy Holidays!!


Mrs. Nicole Nemecek, Princpial

Big picture

CONGRATULATIONS to Mrs. Diane Berner

2018 -2019 KCSD Teacher of the Year

Mrs. Angie Miller, 5th Grade

Mrs. Miller's class has been busy! We just finished up our long division assessment. The students said their favorite thing about division is when they get to write problems on their desks and solve them. They also enjoy doing partner work in math. Students are getting ready to start their 13 Colonies Google Slides presentations. They will present them to the class before break. Stolen Children, Way of the Warrior Kid, and Bridge to Terabithia are some books we have enjoyed reading together as a class. One thing the students are looking forward to is spending their Miller Bucks this month to purchase things like eating in the classroom, moving their desk for a day, or chewing gum for a day. We also just switched up our Power Hour so students are going to different teachers to work on reading skills!
Big picture