Front of Building

Welcome to Glenwood Elementary

Our school community holds high expectations for all students to learn and develop respect for self and others.  Through a cooperative effort, the Glenwood families, students, and staff assume responsibility for a safe and orderly environment to maximize personal achievement and improvement of society.

 Belief

  • Every person can and will learn.
  • All people deserve to be treated with love, dignity and respect.
  • Positive self-esteem enhances learning and achievement.
  • Each child is unique and learns in different ways.
  • Each child has an equal right to an education that meets his/her needs.
  • Learning is a life-long process leading to personal growth and satisfaction.
  • Every child has a right to learn in a safe, caring and orderly environment.
  • The home, school, and community are a partnership for success in the importance of cultural diversity. 
  • High expectations accelerate achievement.
  • Learning how to learn is as important as the information itself. 
  • Every child is responsible for his/her own actions. 
  • Every child has a responsibility to contribute to the community in which they live and learn.

 Glenwood 2013-14 Staff Photo

Glenwood News

October 10, 2014 Glenwood Newsletter
October 10, 2014 Glenwood Newsletter
September Newsletter
Glenwood Newsletter
Fathers, Bring-Your-Child-To-School Day

Fathers, Bring-Your-Child-To-School Day”

October 24, 2014

 Dads (or other significant male role model) bring their elementary-aged

children to school.  The school arranges and provides breakfast for the Dads and children.  An assigned, professional athlete gives a short, uplifting message to the Dads.  Dads visit their children’s classrooms if possible.

 

Morning Timeline:

8:15                      Dads and children begin to arrive at school

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 8:15-8:40            Breakfast is served

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8:40                      Official welcome and instructions given by principal

8:45                       Children report to playground

8:50-9:05            Uplifting message

9:05-9:15              Dads are encouraged to visit classrooms



 Professional Athletes and Building Assignments

Bowen                            Corey Alston - New York Jets WR

                              Buster Mathis- Professional Boxer

 

Brookwood                    Reggie Jordan- Los Angeles Lakers G

                                       Vincent Jennings- Professional Boxer

  

Challenger         Mateen Cleaves- Detroit Pistons G

                            Grand Rapids Drive- Detroit Pistons D-League

 

      

Discovery            Aaron Bailey - Indianapolis Colts WR

                              Anthony Kimbrell- CFL QB- Western Michigan

 

 

Endeavor              Reuben Riley - Carolina Panthers OT

 

        

Explorer                Carlton Brewster - Cleveland Browns WR

 

 

Glenwood          Kevin Clemens - Jacksonville Jaguars RB

                            Jordan Shimell- Professional Boxing Champion

 

 

Meadowlawn         Colin Christopher- University of Indiana LB

                                  Terrance Shaw- Grand Rapids Fusion F

 

 

Southwood              Brian Dickey- University of Michigan QB

                                   Pete Trammell- Lansing Capitals G/F

 

 Townline                 Thomas Kelley - Michigan State Spartans G