Sunday, November 30, 2014


Shout out to:

All of our classroom volunteers, teachers appreciate your dedication and your time. Thanks to our Art Docents who have been donating time each month to prepare and present art lessons to our students. Without them, Glenridge students wouldn’t have any art classes. 

Holiday Breakfast

Saturday December 6th 9:00-11:00 am.
Yummy pancake breakfast, choir performance, face painting and crafts. Bring your camera or smart phone and take photos with Santa!
Suggested donation: $5 per family. Donations will buy needed classroom supplies.

Let your child experience the joy of giving this holiday season.  Kids can get gifts for everyone on their list, come and shop at the Penguin Patch Holiday Shoppe during the Holiday Breakfast.

Please let us know if you can help with this event:
Set up Friday December 5th at 3:45 pm and Saturday December 6th at 7:30 a.m. Clean up December 6th at 11 am

This year we are excited to have a raffle at the Holiday Breakfast!
  • An American Girl Doll (“Julie”). A $115 value, includes a book as well.
  • A Russell Wilson Limited Edition Laser Printed Mini Football. A value of $50.
  • Win a gift certificate to Carpinito Brothers- 3 yards of top soil.
Tickets are $3 each or four tickets for $10, sold the morning of the Holiday Breakfast. Money raised will buy needed school supplies.

What is PBIS?

Glenridge is currently using a school-wide approach to behavior called PBIS. Positive behavior is explicitly taught by classroom teachers and celebrated through Voyager tickets, Golden Awards, and other celebrations. We work hard to keep high expectations and support all students in learning appropriate behavior by providing different levels of support to encourage success.
In the Classroom
During the next several weeks in 3rd grade, we will be studying various Native American tribes including Wampanoag, Cheyenne, and Hopi. Students will be learning about the history, geography, economics, and culture of these tribes.
We are also going to perform in the Dec. 19 assembly by performing “Night Before Christmas.” 

PTO Movie Night

Ever since he was a kid monster, Mike, dreamed of becoming a Scarer. To make his dream a reality, he enrolled in school. During the first few days he meets James, a natural-born Scarer. James and Mike engage in a fierce rivalry that ultimately gets them both kicked out of the elite Scare Program. To make things right, Mike and James--along with a bunch of misfit monsters -- will have to learn to work together.
Come see this month's selection Friday, December 12th at  6:30 pm in the Glenridge cafeteria. This is a free event for students and their families.  Concessions will be available for purchase; funds raised will support school programs. This is not a drop off event, children must be accompanied by a responsible adult.

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