• May 8th Community Meeting Follow Up Communication

    We as a school district and as a community find ourselves in a pivotal moment. Recent events at our high school have given us a singular focus, so much so that we came together in unprecedented numbers at the May 8th community meeting. That evening, countless individuals not only voiced their concerns, but selflessly committed to being part of a solution. Nothing is more important than the safety of our students, our staff, and our community. Every student has the right to learn in an environment that is free from the threat of violence, intimidation, and distraction. We unquestionably and unwaveringly commit to this; it is our collective duty. And, we know that you share our vision for schools that are safe, welcoming, and conducive to learning....CLICK ON ABOVE TITLE TO READ FULL LETTER...

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  • Glenside Annual Wax Museum

    Glenside third graders hosted their annual wax museum this past week. This is a longstanding project where students conduct research on a person of their choice. They create posters with facts about their person and write a short speech in his or her voice...

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  • Glenside Kindergarten Students Bring The Alphabet To LIfe

    After spending all year studying and learning the Alphabet, Room 8 also celebrated with ABC Dress Up Day. Students came dressed as something that started with the same letter as their name...

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  • Glenside students learn about seed lifecycle...

    Room 12 was planting with thier kindergarten room 8 buddies. Room 12 learned about what plants need to grow and how to care for them. They then taught their room 8 buddies all about it...

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  • Glenside Students Raise Over $4,000 Supporting Type 1 Diabetes

    Yesterday the students at Glenside Elementary School pounded the pavement to help find a cure for Type 1 Diabetes. It was a hot, sunny day, but spirits were high as the children circled the school chanting, cheering and enjoying the snacks provided by the generous PTO. Representatives from the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation visited the school to kick-off fundraising efforts two weeks ago to help the children understand the challenges of living with Type 1 Diabetes on a daily basis.

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