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District Announcements
Posted April 28, 2016 - NHS
GHS Inducts National Honor Society Members
The Glenwood High School Chapter of the National Honor Society would like to welcome and congratulate the 2016 National Honor Society Inductees.  These amazing students were selected based on outstanding scholarship, leadership, character, and service. Congratulations!


 















Front row (left to right)
Katarina Von Lehmden, Aditi Marella, Nolan Legg, Ryan Walters, Taylor Randle, Benjamin Trask, Meagan Harlow, Michael Thomas
Second Row (left to right)
Samuel Kauerauf, Abby Tober, Kayla Lee, Ilisha Karri, Keralyn Siebrass, Tony Ni, Easton Bush, Amber Bottrell, Marisa Rios, Thomas Yang, Lauren Marines, Haley Brown, Taylor Loftus, Elizabeth Wakelin
Third Row (left to right)
Leo Szamocki, Jack Lanser, Elayna Swickard, Alvin Huang, Jacob Ryan, Colleen Gleason, Haneen Said, Ryan Yoakum, Logan Cody, Bryan Tripp, Matthew Diehl, Benjamin Luebkemann, Hunter Crumly, Grant Buennemeyer, Zachary Tennenhouse

2016 GHS Summer Sports Camps
Glenwood Summer Sports Camps
The Glenwood High School Sports Camps have been announced for this summer! Click here for details on all the camps and the registration form. Registrations received after May 20 are subject to a $5 per child late fee.

Posted April 5, 2016 - Revised Summer Rec Program
The Village of Chatham’s Summer Rec Program Announced
Registration is underway for the Village of Chatham’s Summer Recreation Program. Click here for the booklet! One sign-up form per participant is all that is required. If additional forms are needed, they are available at http://www.chathamil.net. Payment of all program fees is expected at the time of registration. There are no exceptions. The final day of registration is May 20, 2016. Any late registrations will be assessed a late fee of $5. A written receipt will be provided upon request. Registration fees may be mailed to or dropped off at: Village of Chatham Recreation Program, 116 E. Mulberry, Chatham, IL 62629.

Posted March 23, 2016 - New Principal Named
Tricia Burke Named Principal at Ball Elementary
The Ball-Chatham School District is pleased to announce that Mrs. Tricia Burke, currently the Assistant Principal at Glenwood Elementary School, has been named Principal of Ball Elementary beginning July 1. (Ball's current Principal, Joe Viola, will resign at the end of this school year to take a position at Rochester School District.) Tricia has been an educator in the District for 18 years.  She has taught Kindergarten, first, and second grades. She also has served as a reading interventionist and a literacy coach for all three Ball-Chatham elementary schools. She has a master’s degree in Reading and Literacy, and also a master’s degree in Educational Leadership. About the education profession, she says, “Having the opportunity to make a difference in students’ lives is a privilege and responsibility. Collaborating with colleagues who are as passionate as I about instruction and student success is so fulfilling. I feel lucky to work with such an incredible group of educators.” Tricia believes that limitations of time and resources are the biggest challenges facing educators today. “A principal’s role is to protect those resources and ensure they are utilized to maximum benefit to students.”
 
Tricia and her husband, Kevin, have raised two children in the Ball-Chatham School District. Christopher, their oldest, is 25 and a nuclear engineer in Chicago. Their daughter, Emily, is 23 and works for Discover Financial in Chicago. They are both Cardinals fans living two blocks from Wrigley Field! In her free time Tricia says she loves to read, travel and especially spend time with family and friends. 

Posted March 22, 2016 - National Merit Finalist
Thara Nallamothu Named National Merit Scholarship Finalist
Congratulations to GHS senior, Thara Nallamothu, who was recently named a finalist in the National Merit Scholarship Corporation contest!  To become a finalist, students must take the PSAT/NMSQT during high school.  Over 1.5 million students take the test each year.  Scores from the test are used to identify outstanding academic performance. Thara is one of only 15,000 students nationwide to meet all requirements which now allow her to compete to be a NMSC scholarship winner.  Only 7,400 students will win scholarships.

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