Research shows that practicing reading and math over the summer is important not only because it helps build skills, but also because it prevents the “summer slide” (summer reading/math regression). If you need a copy of a grade level packet, please click here.
Thank you 5th graders for the addition of the Buddy Bench to
the playground. It was installed last week and is now available for kids
to use. It’s a great way to remember the 5th grade class.
Thank you all of our volunteers! If you have given your time to our school, please be sure to let us know by filling out a volunteer form. These forms are kept in the Volunteer Binder located by the front desk. Examples of hours include time in the classroom, media center, or when helping coordinate or support events at the school.
Use Destiny Quest to search for books in your school library - anytime, anywhere - with your mobile device.
Students should not be arriving to school before 8:25. Breakfast is offered from 8:25 – 8:55. Doors open for students not eating breakfast at 8:40. There is no supervision for students outside when they arrive prior to 8:25. Thank you for your cooperation.
All volunteers must be trained on Recognizing Child Abuse and Neglect prior to volunteering and/or chaperoning for field trips at Great Seneca Creek Elementary School according to MCPS regulations! Log onto the www.montgomeryschoolsmd.org/childabuseandneglect/ and bring a printed copy or email the confirmation to Mrs. Beth Wert, school counselor.
If you have gently used children's books (picture and chapter) you would like to donate to students who may not have access to reading materials, please box/bag them up and bring them into the Great Seneca Creek Library anytime. Our media specialist and reading specialist will help make sure the books are matched appropriately with children who may need them.
Bullfrog's school supply list for the 2016-2017 school year is now available.