In the first quarter of this year, students in Ms. Randby's third grade class wrote letters to Andrew Clements, famous author of Frindle, The Report Card, and many other popular children's books. This week, the students received a personalized response from Mr. Clements, who thanked them for their "wonderful, thoughtful letters." He urges all his fans to "keep on reading - not just my books of
Glenwood Elementary School has been involved in a year-long project, as part of our Equity work. Inspired by the DreamFlag Project which incorporates the poems of Langston Hughes as well as Nepalese dream flags, we modified this to fit our needs. After sharing and reading poetry and books about overcoming obstacles and dreaming "big," students focused on their own goals and dreams. Older
As the year is winding down, we wanted the students at Glenwood to have an authentic French experience as a school. Our fifth grade students will host Café de Glenwood. The café will take place on Thursday April 25th and Friday April 26th.
If you would like to volunteer, please contact your child’s French teacher. If you would like to make a donation, please send it in
Students in Ms. Ying's and Ms. Carter's dual language classes recently completed a 10 week course of Taekwondo instruction, courtesy of Master Kim and Master Lee at Kim's White Tiger of Chapel Hill. Master Kim and Master Lee, along with Glenwood parent Dan Rockaway, generously volunteered their time and energy to teach children mind, body, and eye focus; as well as basic fitness and self defense.