Glenview School held a P.B.I.S. Board Game Principal Party on Friday Feb. 20th, where students who had earned $50 bulldog bucks enjoyed the special reward of a fun-filled session of favorite board games with friends from Connect Four, Battleship, Checkers, and more! Principal Ramos was proud to share the afternoon with students, and the wonderful parent volunteers from the PTA who lent a hand, teaching game rules and distributing a popcorn treat to all!
Skate for Books
Glenview students planted onions, green beans, radishes, lettuce and more, and will have the opportunity to tend and care for the garden in the weeks to come, in preparation for a Fall Harvest Day. Students will also take part in class lessons connected to Garden Curriculum and other related topics such as the First Thanksgiving, Composting and Using Recipes thanks to the All About Food organization. For more information, visit www.allaboutfoodca.org.
Bulldog Points of Pride!
Congratulations to our Glenview Scholars who were accepted to the PYLUSD Elementary Honor Band. They will perform at the El Dorado HS Performing Arts Center on April 3rd at 7:00pm.
Glenview students Christmas Caroled all along Glenview Avenue in the evening as a holiday, musical treat for our Glenview neighbors and community. Neighbors were delightfully surprised & our students did an outstanding job!
Glenview Scholars celebrated their success in showing PAWSitive Behavior, Responsibility, Respect and Safety by earning a VIP party pass to a Board Game Party. PTA provided a popcorn snack and parent volunteers taught children to play checkers, dominoes, and other classics such as Trouble, Sorry and Chutes & Ladders. Support Glenview School & PTA by volunteering at our next PBIS Principal Party in December, and organizing this special Winter Wonderland Event for our Glenview Scholars!
Kinder students in Glenview's Dual Language Program celebrated Dia de los Muertos on Novemebr 1st, an international holiday that focuses on the gathering and celebrating of family and friends who have passed away. Students brought in pictures of loved ones, and celebrated with hot chocolate, pan dulce and sugared treats.
Over 260 students at Glenview saved $50 Bulldog Bucks to attend a special "Winter Wonderland Principal Party" to celebrate students' success and respectful, responsible and safe behavior at school. Many thanks to all Glenview parents who donated over 1000 marshmallows, hot cocoa and other supplies for the special activity and to the volunteers who assisted students in building snowman graham crackers. Students enjoyed cups of hot chocolate and a candy cane as a holiday treat for Showing their PAWS. An indoor winter wonderland was created for the day indeed!
This week Glenview School held a Family Science Night, where students and their families participated in fun science-themed activities such as Force & Motion, Rock Hunt, Electricity, Rocket Launching and Magnets! Glenview's new STEM Lab (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) was opened for parents to tour with their Glenview Scholars. It was a learning filled evening with great thanks to Glenview's PTA for organizing!
Fall Planting Day
Winter Wonderland Party
Glenview Students and families roller-skated the night away along with Principal Ramos to raise money for Glenview School's Library and fill book shelves with new books for readers in grades Pre-K thru 6. Special thanks to librarian Wendy Canfield for organizing this monthly community school event!
Glenview Scholars worked together to harvest the school garden, with thanks to Doug Gould from "All About Food." Students learned about the importance of community gardens, and how to pick and clean butter lettuce, beets, white radishes, carrots and swiss chard. District Chef Orlando made a special visit to Glenview at lunch time, to provide a cooking demonstrating on a tasty vegetable stir fry, using vegetables which had been harvested. Students thoroughly enjoyed eating the healthy side dish with their lunch and marveled at the display of vegetables harvested in the Glenview garden. They also had the opportunity to take a selection of these fresh veggies home to share with their families.
Dia de los Muertos - Dual Language Academy
Family Science Night
Glenview Garden Harvest
Board Game Fun for PAWSitive Behavior
Elementary Honor Band
Glenview School culminated Red Ribbon Week with a Halloween Parade where students created posters around the theme of "These PAWS don't touch drugs" to teach the importance of respecting oneself and living the healthiest life possible. Students dressed in costumes and paraded to music as parents and students cheered them on for this special community event.