GLENDALE HIGH SCHOOL
Mission: Glendale High School promotes excellence in academics and character.
Wednesday, May 15, 2013
( Happy Last Wednesday of the school year! )
All student-athletes that were involved in spring sports this year should come by the library after school Tuesday, May 14, to take the Spring Sports Student Survey. Thank you.
The library is hosting a book sale through May16th before and after school. We have 3 carts of books that we are purging to make room on our shelves. All of the books are priced at .25¢, and the proceeds will go toward purchasing materials next year. Come check it out!
Any girls interested in playing tennis in the fall should meet in the cafeteria immediately after school on Thursday.
If you missed meeting the new girls golf and are interested in playing golf in the fall stop by the office to pick up information.
All students that were PE 1 Fitness Award Recipients, please pick up your t-shirt from Coach Temple.
If you ordered an All Hail Red & Blue shirt and have not picked yours up, please see Mr. Nordine (113).
Anyone wishing to be a member of Student Council, please see Mr. Nordine (113) before or after school for an application.
Attention Juniors: If you did not get a blue “Senior Picture Specifications” sheet yesterday during third block, please pick one up from the main office or from Mrs. Eggleston in room 231. The sheet explains the requirements for including your senior portrait in the next yearbook.
Come by Room 203 to pick up your packet for Summer Softball. This packet has all of the information for league games and off season practices. If you are interested in playing softball in the fall, please come pick up a packet.
Are you planning to do some volunteer work over the summer? Going on a mission trip or working with a community group? You’ll want to count your hours of service beginning May 17 th toward next year’s Service Learning award. Stop by the library today and pick up an information sheet and agreement from Mrs. Foltz!
Want to win a Kindle Fire? The Springfield Greene County Libraries are hosting a summer reading program: Beneath the Surface. The fun begins May 8 and ends August 3. For more information, check out thelibrary.org or stop by the Glendale library for details a full list of prizes.
From The Nest - Attention all Glendale students, teachers, and The Flock. Come on down to The Nest, located next to room 243, to get all of your official Falcon gear. Also available, is limited edition, one and only time offer, 50 Years of Falcons apparel. You can visit The Nest during any lunch period throughout the school day, or shop online at www.glendaledeca.com.
Attention Students: If you are parking on school property, you must have a valid parking sticker and must park in student designated parking. Patrol units will be going through the parking lots and checking all vehicles are in compliance. Patrol units will be writing tickets for any vehicles not having a valid parking permit as well as parking in non-student parking areas. Thank you for your cooperation. School Police Services
College visits must be approved by Mr. Marsh, Assistant Principal, one week prior to making the visit. Confirmation must be faxed to Glendale from the Office of Admissions with the name of the contact person that hosted the visit. The Dept. of Sec. & Elem. Education requires this visit to be recorded as an absence however the absence will not count against any attendance incentives at Glendale.
You have the opportunity to share crime or safety-related information with your wireless phone. Glendale has a text tip hotline for you to leave a text anonymously. Alerting administration and school police of crime, drugs, bullying and dangerous behavior will make Glendale a more safe and enjoyable learning environment. You can text your anonymous information to 501-5190. All information is confidential.