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The process has begun to repair Glenwood Intermediate School, as a result of an accident by a motor vehicle late Wednesday night. The projected timeline for completion is early next week. Sixth grade students and a number of their teachers were moved to alternative classrooms today. These alternative rooms will continue to be used until reconstruction is complete. “It was a very successful day at GIS,” says Principal Elizabeth Gregurich. “Students and staff proved to be a great team of Titans, flexible and committed to learning.”
The Glenwood Athletic Boosters will be hosting their Pink Night at the home football game on October 2nd against SHG. Orders will be taken in two different batches beginning September 7th and the last on September 21st, with the final order being ready no later than October 2nd. We are offering t-shirts, hooded sweatshirts and crew sweatshirts. The screen printed shirts will have a white ribbon on the front and the phrase “19 sports, 1 cause” printed on the back. Also for sale this season is a Nike polo. The polo will be embroidered with a white ribbon on the left chest. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. Click here for order form!
Glenwood Intermediate School social studies and science teachers, Corie Yow, and Katie Elvidge, respectively, were recently chosen to help lead a statewide task force charged with rewriting Illinois Social Science Learning Standards.
The two Ball-Chatham teachers, social science colleagues from around the state, as well as representatives from Illinois-based universities and social studies organizations spent the past school year reviewing the current Illinois Learning Standards for Social Science; the National Council for Social Studies College, Career and Civic Life Framework; and the recent social science standards work of various states in order to rewrite the new standards. Yow and Elvidge were selected to jointly lead the group of task force members challenged to write the middle level portion of the new standards. Read more...
Illinois law states: When approaching a marked school zone on days when school is in operation and children are present, a driver must discontinue wireless/cell-phone use, reduce speed to 20 mph, and stop and yield the right-of-way to any children or adults in the crosswalk area. In addition, drivers are reminded to obey the regulatory or guide signs in our parking lots, as marked. This is especially important for the safety of our children as they are being dropped off before school, or picked up after. Finally, please remember that all traffic must stop while school bus “stop” arms are out and buses are loading and unloading students – including all school facilities, roads, drives, parking lots, etc. By law, drivers are not allowed to pass a stopped school bus when the stop arm is displayed. Thank you!
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