Thanks to Mr. Duffy, our outstanding GSF-sponsored music teacher and the entire teacher and parent volunteer team who put on the amazing Spring Sing 2014! See these and all the photos at Sean Malone Photography's site. Digital downloads are free!
Here are some snapshots from today's National Bike to School day... nice work everyone! We'll see you when the bell rings...let's keep it rolling! If anyone has photos they want to share with us, just send them to email@example.com and we'll get them up.
Thanks Tami McCall and Kristi Gamble for getting the word out, the handouts and support, and photos!
For roughly 20 years, the Glenwood School Foundation has existed with it’s main purpose to provide funding for Art, Computers, Music, Physical Education, and Science. And as it was in the beginning, funding these programs represent the majority of the GSF’s current budget.
As leaders of the GSF, we want to know whether these programs are focusing on areas that are most important to you and your children or do we need to reshape our focus.
Now is the time to share your thoughts and ideas.
On May 14 at 6:30 pm we will be having a special GSF meeting. Everyone is invited (regardless if you are a member or not) and we will be serving Extreme Pizza and drinks and at 7 pm we will have a special “town hall meeting” to discuss everything related to how the GSF spends its budget and to see if it still aligned with the needs of our school.
If you have ever thought about making suggestions or changes to the GSF’s current areas of focus, this is the perfect opportunity to share those ideas as we will be having an independent moderator leading the meeting. The GSF doesn’t have an agenda, but we’re hoping you will bring one.
And if you like the status quo, come have a slice with us and let us know that everything is going well. That’s also valuable feedback that everyone should hear.
In the 20 years of the GSF’s existence, this has never been done before so please take advantage of this opportunity to express your ideas and opinions.
Don’t miss this meeting as it could be another 20 years before another one is scheduled.