The latest Glenburn School newsletter is now available. You can view it by clicking here or on Newsletter under News and Calendars.
Kindergarten registration for the Glenburn 2016-2017 school year will be held on Thursday and Friday, May 5th and 6th. All parents who will be registering new kindergarten students may pick up packets and schedule screening appointments beginning April 1st at the school office. A student screening is required by state regulation and will be done by members of our school staff on May 5th & 6th. Students will need to attend the screening with their parent/guardian. Registration packets need to be returned by Monday May 2nd to verify all information.
Children who will be five years of age on or before October 15, 2015 are eligible to attend kindergarten. A legal birth certificate and a record of immunizations are required at the time of registration. (Souvenir hospital birth certificates are not legal.)
Registration will not be considered complete without these documents and proof of residency. It is necessary that all children who expect to enter school next fall be given immunization against communicable diseases.
Glenburn Wellness is providing a Parents Night Out on March 19 giving you the opportunity to take a well-deserved break. Make plans to go out to dinner, a movie or even just enjoy a night at home with no kids!
The Night Out runs from 5pm to 9pm. The cost is $10 per child, with an additional $5 for each sibling. More information can be found in the registration form below.
Slots are limited. If you have any questions you can contact Heidi at email@example.com or 947-8769 ext. 344.
Dear Glenburn Community Members,
Please join me in congratulating Diane Norris for her recent nomination by the Penobscot Regional Advisory Board of Special Education Directors for the Maine Special Education Professional of the Year Award.
The MADSEC Executive Committee will be choosing the finalist on May 6th, 2016, and we are so proud to have an outstanding candidate nominated unanimously at our recent regional board meeting.
This is an incredible honor for Diane Norris and the Glenburn School Department.
We need statements of support from professional colleagues, personal references, students, and community members. Anybody interested in writing a letter in support of Diane can submit them to me in the Special Services Department. These letters will have a huge impact on the selection committee and are due to me by Friday, March 18th.
The selection criteria for this great honor includes:
- Outstanding contributions to education and/or success as a special education professional
- Demonstration of an awareness of current educational developments by utilizing programs that are viable, innovative, and successful
- Demonstration of endeavor to grow professionally by attending workshops, conferences, graduate classes, and seminars
- Involvement in the community
- Involvement in writing grants and implementing new programs
- Regular involvement on school committees and demonstration of leadership role
- Involvement in staff development for regular education and/or special education staff
- Number of years of service
Method of Recognition:
The recipient of this award will receive special recognition and an engraved plaque at the MADSEC Annual Awards Dinner
Please support our incredible candidate, Diane Norris, for this GREAT honor.
Kimberly Bennett, M.Ed., C.A.S.
Director of Special Services
Any Glenburn resident interested in serving on the Glenburn School Board can pick up an application form at the Glenburn Town Office.
Applications need to be filed no later than January 12, 2016.
Interviews for this position will be held on January 13, 2016.
The Glenburn School Board