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School Supplies 2018-19

Don’t wait until September, shop at your leisure during summer sales for these school supplies for 2018-19:

Pleasant Avenue

  • Kindergarten
  • First Grade

Glebe Street

Warren Street

  • Grade 4
  • Grade 5
  • Grade 6

 

 

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Glebe Celebrates Flag Day

Glebe Celebrates Flag Day

Glebe Street held its inaugural Flag Day assembly on Thursday, June 14, with many students and staff dressed in red, white & blue. After reciting the Pledge of Allegiance, the event included the singing of patriotic songs, including “America the Beautiful” by Katherine Lee Bates, “America (My Country Tis of Thee)” by Samuel Francis Smith, “Proud to be an American” by Lee Greenwood, and “Put Your Hand On Your Heart” by Theresa Jennings and John Riggi.

 

 

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Scavenger Hunt & Kickball Reward

Scavenger Hunt & Kickball Reward

Glebe Accelerated Reader level 4 students enjoyed a scavenger hike today! Thank you volunteers! We had tons of fun! We even played a game of kickball with our friends from the JPD!

 

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Play Day at Glebe June 21st

Play Day at Glebe June 21st

Fudgsicle fudge pops and sneakers

Celebrate Good Times @ Glebe!

June 21st

Play Day will begin at 9:15  a.m. Please be on time to school! We suggest you apply sunscreen at home and students will need sneakers to participate. Students are encouraged to bring a hat and a water bottle. Students are welcome to bring a dry set of clothing in their bags as they may get wet during one of our Play Day activities!

This is a student only event.

After lunch, students will enjoy a cool treat from the ice cream truck as well as a dance party with our very own “DJ Swanson.”

We know it will be a fun last day at Glebe!

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Sitting High in Mrs. North’s Chair for the Day!

Sitting High in Mrs. North’s Chair for the Day!

A monthly Soar for Four incentive is to use Mrs. North’s Wonder Woman chair for the day. Keep up the great work friends!

girl sitting in Principal North's chair

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Glebe Newsletter June 2018

Dear Families,

The end of the school year has arrived!  I thank our students, teachers, and staff for their determination and hard work and I thank you for your dedication and support! It was a successful year for our children in so many ways. Together, we made it so!

Please remember we will have our annual Awards Assembly on June 20th at 9:30 a.m. at Knox Junior High.  If your child is receiving an award, you will be notified in writing or by phone. Our last day of school is a full day on June 21st. It will, however, be filled with fun; Play Day and a visit to the ice cream truck. Please review with your child(ren) the importance of adhering to safe dismissal procedures (use of crosswalks, walking bikes, wearing helmets, walking on sidewalks, etc.). As a rule, please remember families waiting for their child(ren) are respectfully asked not to enter the school building, but to wait under the canopy to greet their child(ren). The building is very busy at dismissal time.

Throughout the month, please remember if you are changing your child’s transportation (i.e. walking, not riding the bus or picking up, not riding the bus) please notify the office by 1 p.m. each day by phone or in writing. This helps us ensure a safe dismissal for all students.  A reminder, please fill out the Transportation Information Form that was sent home last month. In addition, if you need to register your child for the shuttle bus for next school year, forms are available in the Main Office.

Please remember that all lunch charges must be paid in full before the last day of school. We discourage students from “charging” this month. If you need to check your child’s lunch account or have questions, please call us at 762-3714 and someone from the cafeteria would be glad to assist you. Remember, any owed charges or credits WILL transfer to your child’s fall 2018 lunch account balance. Lastly, if your child received free or reduced lunch this school year, their current enrollment will stand through September 2018. In September it is VERY important to fill out a new form to enroll in the program. A new enrollment form will be sent home in September.

We are looking forward to a fresh, new start to the school year in September. We wish our third graders good luck as they move on to Warren Street, and we are excited to welcome the incoming second grade students to Glebe. I hope you have a wonderful, fun, relaxing summer! It is so very important to keep learning throughout the summer- the Johnstown Public Library hosts a fantastic summer reading program for your child(ren) to enjoy!  Thank you for sharing your children with me- they continue to amaze me each and every day!  I look forward to a fabulous fall !

Warm Wishes!

Mrs. Abbey North

Principal, Glebe Street Elementary School

The June 2018 Glebe Newsletter is available to print as a PDF document using the free Adobe Acrobat Reader program.

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Glebe June Calendar for Families

Be sure to mark your calendars so you don’t miss out on any of the following upcoming events:

  • June 1 – Rain date 4-6 track meet
  • June 4 – AR Level 4 Grade 3 Hike
  • June 5 – AR Level 4 Grade 2 Hike
  • June 6 – 5:15, Color Run Meeting
    • 6 p.m. PTA (PA
  • June 7 – 6 p.m. Board of Ed
  • June 11 – AR Level 5 Adk Museum Presentation
  • June 12 – Transition Day
    • 3:30 GLT
  • June 14 – 9:45 Flag Day Assembly (wear red, white & blue)
    • AR Pool Party 12:30
  • June 15 – Grad Walk 9:30
    • Quarter 4 Ends
    • AR Pool Party 12:30
  • June 16 9:40 & 10:10 Grade 3 Library Presentation
  • June 20 – 9:30 End of Year Awards Assembly @ Knox
  • June 21 – Play Day 10 a.m. – Noon
    • Ice Cream Truck!
    • LAST DAY for KIDS

Printable version of the Glebe June calendar

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Peer Reading Fun at Glebe

Peer Reading Fun at Glebe

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Second Grade Trip to Aquarium

Second Grade Trip to Aquarium

The second graders had a fun trip to the aquarium last week. Learning about different habitats!

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Rain Doesn’t Dampen Smiles on Trip to Animal Land

Rain Doesn’t Dampen Smiles on Trip to Animal Land

Third grade students enjoyed a rainy trip to Animal Land. They learned about animals and their habitats. Thank you chaperones!

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