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  • Weekly Newsletter

    UPCOMING DATES

    Date

    Event

    Time

    6/10/19

    5th Grade Promotion

    1:00 PM

    6/12/19

    LAST DAY OF SCHOOL

    6/27/19 – 8/10/19

    OFFICE CLOSED FOR SUMMER

    LETTER FROM OUR PRINCIPAL

    Dear Glencoe Families,

    As I write my last newsletter of the year, I cannot help but reflect on all the wonderful learning and community-building experiences that have happened this year. I want to thank you for the time you have given to make this year a positive experience for our students and staff. I have started asking students, “What was the best part of this year for you?” If you haven’t done this, I’d recommend asking them and giving them time to really think about it. I was surprised that some of the things that we might consider ordinary, students consider extraordinary. Just reiterates, the wonderful things that happen day in and day out at Glencoe.

    I was pleased that the weather cooperated yesterday for our Field Day. Mrs. Lile and Ms. Layman planned some fantastic activities for students to enjoy: Bubbles, Pizza Box Relays, Three-Legged Race, Baseball Hit and Run, Soccer Kick, Hot Shots Basketball, and Water Sponge Relay just to name a few. We also had “Shoe Fly” which resulted with only one shoe landing on the roof (not part of the game)J. Another perk to being an educator – participating in Field Day! I want to thank Glory and Vivian for asking me to be on their team for the Pizza Box Relay. I also want to give multiple shout outs to Tessa for stopping my shot on goal, to Jack for his bicycle-type kicks on goal and to Teddy and Finn for making an amazing team during the Water Sponge Relay.   

    We will be finishing our school year with three busy days. Our 5th Grade Celebration is on Monday, starting at 1:00. We have a tight turn-around from our last lunch that ends at 12:30 until the event begins. Staff (with the help of Mr. Webster’s students) will be preparing the cafeteria as 5th graders get ready in their classrooms. Fifth grade families are invited to a social with cookies and juice in the Playcourt beginning at 12:40. Doors for seating in the cafeteria and balcony will open at 12:55 – no earlier. 

    Last, but not least, I want to let you know that the murals will be painted over beginning in July.  The artist chose not to complete the process to have them removed at his cost therefore the district is moving forward with the project. We will slowly add art and student work to our walls in the years to come. The first project we will install is a wonderful mosaic collaboratively created by this year’s 5th grade students. It is currently on display right outside the office until it installation this fall. It is a wonderful creation. Feel free to come see it up close and personal before the end of the school year. 

    5th grade mural  

    Thank you for another wonderful year at Glencoe. I hope you all have an enjoyable summer!

    Warmly,

    Lori Clark

    Glencoe Principal

    NURSE NOTES

    The end of school is near, please pick up your student’s medication that is in the office before the last day of school. Any remaining medications will be discarded.

    PE NEWS

    Thank you to all the parents who helped at yesterday's field day!  I'd say it was very successful and the kids had a great time.  You can see some pictures from field day on my website.  Stay active this summer!

    Ms Lile https://mslilepe.weebly.com/photos.html

    LIBRARY NEWS

    PLEASE return all Glencoe Library books ASAP (or write a note, call or come in explaining why you cannot) and have a great summer! Ms. Diane

    PTA NEWS

    T-Shirt and Hoodie orders went home with students, please check your order. If your received the wrong size, please bring it in to Amanda in the office. We have some orders that are missing an item and hope to remedy that soon. Also be sure to put your child’s name on the clothing in case it ends up in lost and found!

    Congratulations to the new PTA board members that were elected at our May meeting. The 2019-2020 board is Staci Rosman, President, Judy Zawatsky, Vice President, Kate Howser, Secretary, Glee Rogers, Volunteer Coordinator, Yin Bo Tooze, Treasurer, Isabel Johnson, Treasurer Elect and Christina Master, Family Ambassador.

    WALK AND BIKE MONTH RESULTS!

    THANK YOU to all the families that participated in Walk and Roll month. We tallied up all the game cards that were turned in by June 4 and the winner is….. MR WEBSTER’S CLASS! Congratulations, this class will get a special “Flop and Read” party with treats, courtesy of the Walk and Roll Team and the Glencoe PTA. Please be on the lookout for more fun opportunities and activities to Walk and Roll on our Safe Routes to Schools when school resumes in August.

    Thanks again!! — Emee, Tony, and Amanda B.- your Walk and Roll team

    (Want to volunteer next year and support Safe Routes to Schools and active transportation? Email glencoewalkandroll@gmail.com)

  • Weekly Newsletter

     UPCOMING DATES

    Date

    Event

    Time

    5/31/19

    Scrip & Popcorn Sales

    Before and After School

    5/31/19

    Variety Show Performance

    6:00 PM

    6/6/19

    Field Day

     

    6/10/19

    5th Grade Promotion

    1:00 PM

    6/12/19

    LAST DAY OF SCHOOL

    LETTER FROM OUR PRINCIPAL

    Dear Glencoe Families,

    We had our wonderful Storybook Parade this morning. Once again, our students’ creativity shined through. I enjoyed dressing as Max, from Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak. One of the best parts however, was when one of our kindergarteners, Marin and her dad greeted me at the front doors this morning dressed as the Wild Things from the storybook. I want to thank Mary Poppins, aka Marionette Poole for organizing the parade and reserving Mt. Tabor Middle School’s Marching Band again this year. It was fun to flip things around and have the band lead the way!

    Our Successful Schools Survey Results are back and we had a chance to dig into the data and discuss the results at our last Site Council Meeting this month. I want to thank the 219 family members who took the time to provide feedback to us. I am happy to report that the majority of our families who took the survey responded favorably to the questions. In every area the positive scores were over the district’s average and were on par with all other family responses in our district’s K-5 schools. In addition, the majority of our students’ responses were positive. The percent of favorable responses were 10-15% higher than the reported averages in all other K-5 schools in the district.

    Once again, it became clear that Glencoe has so many wonderful things to offer as a neighborhood school. We have a great staff, with experienced, hard-working teachers. We have families and community members who support Glencoe’s staff and students. And best of all, we have caring, energetic, bright, perseverant students who continue to give us their best on a daily basis. My hope is to use this data next fall to celebrate our success, set some goals and continue to grow Glencoe into an even better neighborhood school.

    I can’t believe, we only have eight school days left. Many of you made summer plans based on the original last day of school (June 7th). When the snow days were reinstated at the end of the year some of you already had vacations planned for the week of June 10th.   If you are one of those families, and your child will not be attending school the week of June 10th please communicate with your child’s teacher and the front office. Teachers will want to send home your child’s items the last day they attend rather than tossing or recycling them at the end of the year.

    Happy Friday!

    Lori Clark

    Glencoe Principal

    NURSE NOTES

    The end of school is near, please pick up your student’s medication that is in the office before the last day of school. Any remaining medications will be discarded.

    VOLUNTEER APPRECIATION THANK YOUS

    Thank you to all the vendors that donated to our volunteer appreciation last week: Cunningham Coffee, Portland Nursery, New Seasons Market.

    PTA NEWS

    The Variety Show Performance is tonight at 6:00PM.

    The selling of Scrip, gift cards, at school is ending after this year. We are registered for an online program that offers many national brands including, Amazon, The Gap, Zappos, and so many more, called Benefit Mobile. This program delivers your Scrip gift card via email or directly to your smartphone.  There is a lot of Scrip left to be sold before the end of the year. The Scrip team will sell on June 7th and they have several options to buy: New Seasons, Fred Meyer, Burgerville, Amazon, Home Depot, McMennamins, Papa Murphy’s and Whole Foods. Questions please contact Shanon Schlegel

    WALK AND BIKE MONTH – FINAL WEEK 4!

    A reminder - We’re in the final week of Walk and Roll Month! The month of May is Walk and Roll Month, when we celebrate active and shared transportation: walking, biking, rolling on scooters and skateboards, taking the bus, park-and-walk to school, and carpooling.  We’ve reached the end of Week 4 - how did you do? Encourage your child (and yourself!) to use active transportation, and to keep doing so throughout the month of May (and after!). For every day that you use active and shared transportation to get to school, circle it on your game card.

    Please have your student turn in their game card by Friday, May 31 to their teacher. The Walk and Roll team will tally the participation results which will be announced the following week. The winning classroom with the most participants on the most days will get a special party!

    In addition to student activities, your Glencoe Walk and Roll Team will be including short tips in the newsletter, for parents to change up their routines and promote healthier school environments and safe driving!  Today’s we have TWO tips:

    1) ODOT’s Field Guide to Sharing Oregon’s Roads

    2) PBOT’s Safe Driving Tips Near School! (see attached 2 slides)

    Safe Routes  

    Thank you to everyone who participated in Walk and Roll Month! We hope it’s helped you incorporate active and shared transportation into your regular routine.

       
  • Weekly Newsletter

    UPCOMING DATES

    Date

    Event

    Time

    5/27/19

    MEMORIAL DAY

    NO SCHOOL

    5/30/19

    Variety Show Dress Rehearsal

    5:30 PM

    5/31/19

    Scrip & Popcorn Sales

    Before & After School

    5/31/19

    Storybook Parade

    9:00 AM

    5/31/19

    Variety Show Performance

    6:00 PM

    LETTER FROM OUR PRINCIPAL

    Dear Glencoe Families,

    The last three weeks of the school year are upon us.  The next few weeks will be filled with some fun events like our Student Variety Show, annual Storybook Parade, Field Trips, Field Day, and our 5th Grade Celebration.  Teachers are also wrapping up projects and completing end of year assessments in preparation for celebrating their students’ growth and completing report cards.   

    We ended last week with our annual STEAM Night.  We had a great turnout and everyone seemed to be enjoying themselves.  Whether they were engineering buildings out of Legos, experimenting with paper airplanes, viewing our students’ art projects and science experiments, learning Origami, having multiplication races, solving Rubik’s cubes or painting a Gull for our fence along Belmont, students and their families were actively engaged and learning.  I started this week observing Dr. Lageson’s class finish up their science unit by releasing their butterflies into the “wild”.  The students were amazed that the creatures they have been observing were finally ready to take flight.  It was a joy to watch the students’ excitement as the butterflies found freedom; some landing in the grass or perching on top of a classmate’s shoulder while others flew off to find a new home at the Portland Nursery. I am grateful to have a job where I can see wonder and excitement on children’s faces each and every day. 

    Speaking of joy - today was our last Spirit Day of the year: Super Hero Day.  It was so fun to see students and staff dressed as Super Heroes.  We had super heroes from DC and Marvel comics along with some wonderfully home-created super heroes.  We were able to celebrate some of our Glencoe heroes this morning at our Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast. Whether you could attend the breakfast or not, whether you have the ability to volunteer or not, we appreciate you. We know that many of our parents and family members work outside the home and do not have the ability or privilege to volunteer during the school day. However, we recognize and appreciate the many ways ALL families engage with and support Glencoe. Families help with Community Care Day, they get their children to school on time, communicate with their child’s teacher, read classroom newsletters, teacher websites and the Glencoe Newsletter. Families attend school events and provide feedback in a variety of ways, like the districts’ Successful Schools Survey.  No matter how you are able to engage, your participation, membership and support of our Glencoe Community is appreciated and we thank you!

    Have a wonderful weekend!

    Warmly,

    Lori Clark 

    Glencoe Principal 

    KITCHEN NEWS

    Please check your child’s backpack for lunch notices.

    PTA NEWS

    Storybook Parade is on May 31st at 9:00 AM. Students are encouraged to wear a costume of their favorite character in a book and carry the book with them in the parade. Friends and family are welcome to watch the parade. Be on the lookout for some of your favorites from Harry Potter to Where’s Waldo. MTMS Band will be joining us again and leading the parade.

    The Variety Show Performance is May 31st at 6:00PM.

    STEAM NIGHT COMMITTEE

    A big thank you to all the volunteers and organizations that made STEAM Night a great success.

    The winners of the raffle were 1st Place Ellen Pelissier (1st Grade), 2nd Place Amelia Jordan (3rd Grade) and 3rd Place Sullivan Rasche (Kinder).

    Thank you to Security Signs, Inc. for creating and donating our STEAM Night banner and to Arlo Wells (5th Grade) for the STEAM Logo design.

     

     

  • Weekly Newsletter

    UPCOMING DATES

    Date

    Event

    Time

    5/17/19

    Popcorn Sales

    After School

    5/17/19

    STEAM Night

    5:30 PM

    5/20/19

    Site Council

    2:45 PM

    5/24/19

    Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast

    8:30 AM Cafeteria

    5/24/19

    SPIRIT DAY

    SUPER HERO DAY!

    LETTER FROM OUR PRINCIPAL

    Dear Glencoe Families,

     

    Tonight is STEAM night (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math).  We will have student art and student’s home-science projects displayed for viewing.  We also have some engaging activities planned.  Most activities are drop-in and can accommodate large groups such as Rocks & Minerals, Origami, Mad Science, EG Robotics, Bricks & MinifigsWe also have some activities that have limited availability.  For example, we have Coding with Kids for all grades in two different ½ hour time blocks.  There are assigned times for K-2 and 3-5 so please pay attention to the information on the passport, that you will receive upon arrival.  This will be held in the computer lab, so space is limited.  We will also have some hands-on art projects upstairs in room 202.  “Paint a Gull” is a project that would be fun to do as a family.  Your family can paint a wooden gull that will join the other painted gulls that hang on the fence alongside Belmont.  

     

    This Wednesday we had our Spring Kinder Connect for our incoming kinder students & their families.  It was so great to see the students who will soon be joining our Glencoe Family.  We had forty-five of our incoming students participate in the classroom activities, snack and practice dismissal.   I want to thank our families who brought their child(ren) and completed the family survey.  I hope your child is less-nervous, even excited to start school here at Glencoe.  I know we are excited to have them! 

     

    This coming Monday is our last Site Council Meeting for the year.  We will be reviewing data from this year’s Successful Schools Survey, celebrating our successes (and there is a lot to celebrate) and choose one to two areas that we want to address next year.  Friday, May 24th is our Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast.  Volunteers are invited to our appreciation breakfast at 8:30 in the cafeteria.  And what better way to celebrate our volunteers than have SUPER HERO DAY.  That’s right, Friday is our last Spirit Day of the year - SUPER HERO DAY.  Students and staff are invited to dress as a Super Hero, one that already exists such Wonder Woman or Green Lantern or they can create their own Super Hero.  Students should not wear masks that cover their eyes/face so please plan accordingly. We can’t wait to see and celebrate our Glencoe heroes/heroines that day! 

    Warmly,

    Lori Clark 

    Glencoe Principal 

    KITCHEN NEWS

    Please check your child’s backpack for lunch notices.

    PTA NEWS

    The upcoming Variety Show dress rehearsal May 30th at 5:30PM.

    If you have any questions please contact Liz Railton.

     Volunteers, please come to the Volunteer Breakfast the staff is organizing for you, Friday, May 24th at 8:30 AM. 

    STEAM NIGHT COMMITTEE

    Thank you to Security Signs, Inc. for creating and donating our STEAM Night banner.

    Art and Science Fair projects will be displayed and there will be lots of hands on activities. Please join us tonight at 5:30 PM.

    GLENCOE FOUNDATION

    2020 Auction Planning!! – Kick-off Meeting on May 22, 7 pm, 5711 SE Yamhill

    Get involved from the ground floor 

    Always wanted to help with the auction? Now is the time to start for next year. Come be a part of a fantastic team that makes a measurable difference at Glencoe School! The 2020 Grow Glencoe Auction has been scheduled for March 7, and we are looking for additional team members to help make next year as amazing and successful as last year.

    The Grow Glencoe Auction raises funds for critical supplemental staffing at Glencoe, and we can’t do it without our amazing volunteers. Jobs big and small are available, come brainstorm, get our team together and start planning for next year!

    Just a few of the needed positions:

    • Treasurer: Count money, reconcile statements, deliver deposits to the Fund for PPS main office, and complete a year-end financial reporting. Time commitment on this one if fairly low. Our current treasurer, Jaime Fatauzzi, is ‘retiring.’ Please feel free to email him with questions regarding the position – jfantauzzisoto@yahoo.com
    • Co-Chair: With auction chair extraordinaire Judy stepping down, we need a new co-chair. Susie Hoar will be chairing (hopefully with you as a partner) for 2020, then stepping down. Now is an excellent time to learn the ropes, and prepare for heading the ship in 2021 (or just helping co-chair for 2020)
    • Procurement: No auction is complete without items to auction off. A lot of this work has been done, and a good history of procurement contacts is available. We need someone to brainstorm new additions to this list, manage emailing businesses, and organize item pick-ups and in-person requests. The whole team will help!
    • Getaways: Getaways typically generate the most revenue at the auction. This position contacts Glencoe friends and families about donating a house/condo/cabin for the auction. Use the existing database and work to generate new leads. Creatively identify low cost/high profit opportunities for purchase to sell at the auction.

    These are just a few positions we are looking for, but please come if you’re interested in helping out at any level! Even if you don't want an official position, come explore the auction and see how you can help! 

    Questions? Reach out! Susie Hoar shoar@comcast.net

    2018-19 SAFETY PATROL FAMILIES

    This is information for those safety patrollers who are just completing their year of service to Glencoe.

    All of the Oaks Park permission slips are in and chaperone background checks have been verified. So if you signed up to chaperone, please know that we are counting on you to be there.

    All chaperones, please meet me in the cafeteria by 8:45 on Wednesday May 22nd so I can go over the expectations and give you your groups for the day. The students will meet us at 9:00, so they can hear the expectations and meet their group leader. We will board the bus by 9:15 and then head off to the park. If you are driving yourself, you will walk with your group out to the bus then meet us as the park.

    Lunch of hotdog or tofu dog, fruit, drink, chips and an ice cream bar is provided, so you only need to bring lunch if you want something different.

    I have my parent who will go early and set up our table, so if you were not contacted about this just plan to meet us at the cafeteria (and thank you for volunteering). 

    I look forward to spending the day with you and your child.

    Louise Richards- safety patrol coordinator.

    5th GRADE POPCORN NEWS

    As the school year is coming to a close, our popcorn sales from Popcorn Friday are as well.  This year we were able to raise over $1700.00 for the 5th grade class to buy yearbooks as well as give a gift to Glencoe.  This is a great tradition for the Glencoe community to bring people together and raise funds.  The 5th grade families are responsible for the fundraising efforts, and our way of giving back to our community.  A big thank you to next year's Popcorn Friday leaders, Jeanie-Marie Price and Clare Naber.  There will be details about volunteer opportunities at the beginning of next year; though, if you are interested in helping out next year...you can contact Jeanie-Marie at jeaniemarieprice@gmail.com

    Thank you to all of the Glencoe families that have made Popcorn Friday a success this year!!

    STORYBOOK PARADE

    Storybook Parade is coming up on May 31st.

    WALK AND BIKE MONTH – WEEK 2

    A reminder - Walk and Roll Month is here! The month of May is Walk and Roll Month, when we celebrate active and shared transportation: walking, biking, rolling on scooters and skateboards, taking the bus, park-and-walk to school, and carpooling.  We’ve reached the end of Week 2 - how did you do? Encourage your child (and yourself!) to use active transportation, and to keep doing so throughout the month of May. Have your child circle each day on the game card that you do so! If your student doesn't have a game card, please email glencoewalkandroll@gmail.com and we’ll get you one. 

    At the end of the month, game cards will be turned in, and the classroom with the most participants in Walk and Roll Month will get a special party! (to happen in June before school ends.)

    In addition to student activities, your Glencoe Walk and Roll Team will be including short tips in the newsletter, for parents to change up their routines and promote healthier school environments and safe driving!  Today’s tip is on 20 IS PLENTY / VISION ZERO. 

     20 is plenty 1

    20 is plenty 2  

    LITTER AND GRAFFITI CLEAN-UP

     Litter

    Join your neighbors for Paint the Town Green on Saturday, June 1st. It’s a community event and volunteers will be picking up litter and removing graffiti in seven SE Portland neighborhoods. All are welcome to participate and we’ll provide all of the supplies.

    Project locations include:

    o Richmond - Sunnyside - HAND

    o Foster-Powell

    o Lents

    o Mt. Scott-Arleta

    o Brentwood-Darlington

    o Montavilla

    o Mt. Tabor

    Snacks are provided. Please come dressed for the weather and wear close-toed shoes. Volunteers must be 5 years or older, and accompanied by an adult. Click http://solveoregon.org/paint-the-town-green to sign up!

    This qualifies for PPS Community Service Requirement!


Principal's
Message

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    Dear Glencoe Community,

    Welcome to the 2018-2019 school year.  I am excited to be back for my 4th year as Glencoe’s principal.  It is such an honor and joy to be part of Glencoe’s wonderful community.  Summer seems to have come and gone and our first day of school is literally right around the corner. Our annual Community Care Day is scheduled for this Saturday, August 25th for any and all families and community members to help us spruce up the grounds before our students arrive on Monday.  We will be here from 9:00 – 2:00 and would love the help!

    The Glencoe staff is dedicated to bringing their very best each and every day to meet the needs of all our students.  As we prepare for the school year, I am excited to announce the new members to our community and a few changes.  Amanda Shwetzer is our new, half-time School Secretary.  She will be working in the office from 7:45 – 11:45 daily.  Kari Harms will be our Teaching Librarian, here on Wednesday afternoons, Thursday and Friday.  Amy Lile, our PE teacher, will now be with us full-time and Millie Layman will be our second PE teacher scheduled here on Thursdays.  Sarah Schacker is our full time Learning Center Teacher and Amy Kasch is our full time Speech-Language Pathologist.  Moira Tofanelli is our School Psychologist and will be with us on Wednesday and Fridays.  Randy Webster is re-joining the 4th Grade team and Paula Jeppesen is back to teaching straight 5th grade.  In addition, we have a library assistant position posted, as the LA assigned to our building was reassigned to another school due to school scheduling conflicts.

     

    Below is some additional information to help you and your child(ren) prepare for the new school year ahead:

    • Arrival: We have a few changes to our arrival process this year.  Students may enter the building at 7:55 (unless arrangements have been made with a teacher).  Only students who are eating breakfast will be allowed to enter the building at 7:45 for breakfast.  We will no longer be opening the cafeteria early as a waiting space.  In the event of extreme weather, students will be allowed to wait in the cafeteria.  Staff will open ALL FRONT doors at 7:55 for students and families to enter.  We recommend that Kindergarten students enter through the main front doors.  PTA will continue to sell SCRIP inside/outside depending on weather. Families can still enter early to take part in those sales. 
    • Late Arrivers: We are opening doors 5 minutes earlier for students to make their way to the classroom in the morning.  Students are tardy after 8:05 and must check into the office to SIGN THEMSELVES IN and receive an “office check-in” slip. 
    • Office Hours/Support: The office is open from 7:45 – 4:00.  Although our students do not enter before 7:55 our office is open for business to families and students beginning at 7:45.  We will have two secretaries in the office in the mornings, until 11:45.  Our Health Assistant, Allie Doran will be in the office every day from 8:00 – 1:00.  We will have a School Nurse every Friday.
    • All visitors/volunteers, even those who spend lots of time at Glencoe, must sign-in at the office and wear a visitor/volunteer sticker, printed for you at the sign in counter. In addition, if you plan to volunteer, in any capacity, you must complete a background check through PPS Security Office. 
    • Dismissal: Students are dismissed by their teachers at 2:20. In order for dismissal to go smoothly it is important that your child’s teacher & child are aware of the after school plan.  All students will be walked outside by their teacher to a designated spot.  You can find the dismissal map on our website (or by contacting your child’s teacher).  Staff will verify students who are riding the bus as they board.  All students remaining at school after 2:27 will be brought to the office as there is no supervision outside after that time.  Remaining students will need to be signed out by a parent/family member listed on the registration form.
    • Dismissal Plans: All families are expected to complete a Student Dismissal form for the first day of school.  These forms can be found on our school website.  It is very challenging for the office to deliver last minute changes to after-school plans. With a decrease in office staff, it will be even more difficult this year.  Known changes to a dismissal plan must be communicated to the teacher or office in writing first thing in the morning.  We know unexpected things happen that are out of your control.  We will do our best to get last minute changes to students. 
    • After School Classes: PPS no longer uses Peach Jar or any other provider to advertise after school programs occurring in schools.  PPS policy is that schools may only advertise district-sponsored activities and events.  Glencoe school is NOT responsible for after school programs offered by external organizations.  Registration for after school classes are handled by individual companies, not the school office.  A list of all after school activities at Glencoe can be found at this afterschool activities link.
    • Communication: We strive to keep our community informed in a timely manner.  You will receive a monthly e-newsletter from Glencoe and a Friday-News bulletin to share upcoming events/reminders.  You can also find information specific to each classroom on the teachers’ websites.

    On behalf of the entire Glencoe Staff, I want to again welcome you to the 2018-19 school year.  This will be me 27th year to have a “1st day of School” as an educator.   The first day of school is always very special.  I am excited to see all of our 1st – 5th graders on Monday, August 27th and our Kindergartners on the 30th

     

    Warm Regards,

    Lori Clark

    Glencoe Principal

     

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