May 3-7. 2021 8:30-4:00 P.M. All packets must be returned by May 10th by 4 P.M.
Our thrid graders have been working hard on mastering their fractions. For all their hard work, they got to celebrate using Dominos pizza supplies, donated by Mr. and Mrs. McCallen!
Dear families of Glenwood Elementary School students,
We are committed to continuous improvement for learning in our schools. Students will learn more effectively in a safe, supportive, and welcoming environment. We would very much appreciate your help by completing the short survey attached. Your perceptions about your child’s school will help us identify what we are […]
Packet drop- off May 11- 15 from 1-4 pm at Glenwood Elementary School
Please bring copies of the following information when you bring your packet back on May 11-15:
- Child’s birth certificate (8/15/2015)
- Child’s social security card
- Health Insurance provider
- Proof of residence
- Immunization records on TN state form with current physical (dated 2020)
Beginning Monday, April 6, 2020, volunteers will be distributing breakfast and lunch from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm at the NEW Preschool, Glenwood Elementary School, Robertsville Middle School, and Oak Ridge High School. Breakfast and lunch will be distributed from 12:00 – 12:30 pm at our neighborhood sites–Children’s Museum, First Christian Church, Manhattan Apartments, McKenzie […]
The fine folks from Grow Oak Ridge visited Glenwood today. Students were able to sample spinach and meet Charity, a local sheep! We also learned about the Winter Farmers Market at St. Mary’s every Saturday in December, January, and February. (except Dec. 29) and the POP- Power of Produce club for kids 12 and under. Kids […]
Please join us on Tuesday, September 4 for the Digital Tools in our School workshop at Glenwood from 5:00-6:30 pm. You will learn about the technology tools your child is using at school and have a chance to try them in this hands-on session in our computer lab. Feel free to bring your own device […]
Mr. Purtill’s 1st Grade artists’ work went BIG. Watch the video to see how the mural went up, and take a drive by to see the finished product in real life. If you do, snap a selfie or a picture and tweet it to @GlenwoodCubs!