Our Mission/Vision: Green Mountain Elementary is a safe and nurturing environment that meets students’ academic, behavioral, and social-emotional needs so that everyone can be successful!  
 CKSD Vision: Striving for ALL Kids Thriving

Our staff is excited to welcome our 4th & 5th  grade learners back into the schoolhouse on February 22nd.

Congratulations to our ICU doing something “paw”sitive!  Winners for 2/12/2021


Aiden Arrowood

Johnathan Goodson


Aksel Carrier

Aiden Ufford


Emmalynn Horton

Kayla Ufford


Annalee Hague

Ellis Osburn


Kyle Beltz

Augusta Lowe


Isabella Oliver

Danny McGhee


Emery Olvera

Liam Holm


Lillian Maximillen

Joey Calbat


Emmett Bastian

Sierra Merz


Lucas Olvera


Ben Jones

Kayleigh Isham

School Pictures 2021 

Friday, March 12  is picture day at GM.   Picture packets will go home with students on Monday, February 22. Parents can go to www.qualityschoolportraits.com click ORDERPHOTOS, click on the click HERE TO ORDER words, enter code GREE9 and click View Gallery, enter email and click Submit then follow ordering prompts. If you are paying cash and/or  checks students must have their envelopes on picture day.  No need to return Envelopes if purchased on line.  Here is a fast track link to go straight to where you enter your email, and  then follow ordering prompts  gree9 (imagequix.com).  If you have questions, contact Kristin Ingle Quality School Portraits 360-697-6996.  Just in case you want to know beforehand see attached background choices and QSP form/envelope
School Donations

 $20 Classroom donation money now being accepted. To make a donation click here .  We have been purchasing items for remote and in person learning.  Your generosity would be greatly appreciated.


Feb 11           PTA Valentines Drive Through Event 6:00-7:00 pm – see flyer attached
Feb 12          NON-Student Day (Possible Snow  Make-UP)
Feb 15          President’s Day – NO SCHOOL
Feb 16           Virtual Choir 4-4:30 (Grades 3-5) GM Virtual Choir
Feb 23           Virtual Choir 4-4:30 (Grades 3-5) GM Virtual Choir
Feb 26           Evacuation Drill @ 9:15AM/1:45PM
March 2        Virtual Choir 4-4:30 (Grades 3-5) GM Virtual Choir
March 3        PTA Meeting @ 4:00 pm via Zoom
March 4        End of 2nd Trimester
March 5        Non-student Day (Possible Snow Make-UP)
March 8        Elementary Conference Day – Non-Student Day

March 9        Virtual Choir 4-4:30 (Grades 3-5) GM Virtual Choir


Family Wellness

Family Wellness Tip of the Week  -The Moral of The Story

Ever noticed how a lot of kid's stories have a moral or lesson?  Long ago people learned how to teach kids right and wrong...a good story.  

Horton Hatches an Egg by Dr. Seuss is a favorite and great example.  Mayzie is a bird who wants to fly off to better things BUT has an egg in her nest.  She gets Horton, an elephant, to sit on her egg for almost a year.  He is made fun of.  He deals with horrible weather.  He never leaves the egg because he promised he would keep it safe.  Mayzie sees Horton as the egg is hatching.  She wants her baby bird.  Sad Horton is willing to give it up because it is, technically, her baby bird.  When the egg finally hatches, it is a tiny elephant with wings.  The baby goes home to the jungle with Horton and he is happy as can be.  What is the moral of the story?  Do the right thing.  If you go through hard times, stay strong.  The right thing will happen.

Most people miss what ol' Seussy-boy says at the end..."It should be, it should be, it should be like that."  He reminds us that sometimes it doesn't work out, no matter how hard we're trying to do the right thing.  Life can be incredibly discouraging and we do the best we can with what we have.  We never know the outcome.  The moral of our story?  Do the right thing because it is the right thing to do.  Kids learn from your example and the lessons you teach as they grow up.

The Moral of The Story


First grade families, please click the link to read about upcoming testing for your student.  1st Grade CogAT Letter


Our PE teacher is striving to meet the needs of those without electronic devices and wants you to know that he has done his best to provide paper copies.  Weekly “hard copies”, will be available for pick up on the yellow cart, Monday through Friday, between the hours of 7:00 am-6:00 pm.   

Here is the link for 2/22-26 https://docs.google.com/document/d/1g0f5n2ykUR8KUS5qT5gGUUPx5Gwj3fJRLwWmPyCRqFI/edit?usp=sharing


CK Librarians’ Website. Link can be found in Classlink or go to: https://sites.google.com/ckschools.org/cksd-elementary-library/home

Fun activities and read alouds for upcoming holidays, including MLK Day, Groundhog Day and President’s Day.  Also, online forms are available for students to fill out if they want to check out books. Check students’ Classroom for links. Library pickup days and times are listed on the form or with their teacher.

Access School Resources from home

Given our continued remote learning, technology is going to be critical.  If you are having difficulties, please click here for more help.

PeachJarCheck out new Peachjar  Fliers  for  Game Design/Coding & Graphic Art Classes, Virtual Workshops for Military Parents, Wellbeing for Adults: Got Self Care  and much more!

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PTA News:

Check out the attached PTA Flyer regarding information regarding Yearbook and MOD Pizza Fundraiser!


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