Glen Hill News
Masks Must Be Worn On School Property
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Hybrid Families-4 Day In Person Begins on 4/12
Notify the Office for Any Changes to Your Student's Day
630.260.6141 or 630.260.6143
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
You will need to keep your Chromebook updated in order to keep up with the programs that Queen Bee School District 16 is using. It is also a great practice to shut your Chromebook completely down every night. Shutting down will update your Chromebook automatically when an update is available.
Congratulations to our March Students of the Month
The following students were chosen for March-
- Aroosh K, Landon K, Ezekiel V, Rafael F, Isavella S, Serenity GA
- Areeba S, Kaya K, Alondra V, Stacey S, Bryce V, Adalyn C
- Sana S, Bryan M, Jaylen M, Sophia A, Abril G, Gianna G, Stiles P
- Sofia D, Arian N, Iker L, Emely M, Aliyah G, Tigist K
- Ashley SF, Cherish K, Avery R, Joshua A, DeAngelo H, Bodil T
Congratulations to our Students of the Month! We are proud of the examples you setting for others.
We've put our morning announcements in our GH Virtual backpack for each week.
Bringing Books & Materials Back to Glen Hill
Notfiying the Office With Attendance Changes
Click on the button to above to access Skyward. Every time your student comes into the building, you must self certify using Skyward.
From the Nurse's Desk
The sun is shining, the grass is greener, and April showers bring...spring allergies. Springtime is a great time of year to get outside and enjoy nice weather, but it also can bring on runny noses, itchy eyes, and sneezing. And while allergies can be a nuisance, it is important to recognize not only how our students get allergies, like through the air and food, but what symptoms they may exhibit-- and knowing which ones are life-threatening.
An allergy occurs when the body’s immune system sees a substance as harmful and overreacts to it. The symptoms that result are an allergic reaction. The substances that cause allergic reactions are allergens. Allergens can get into your body many ways to cause an allergic reaction.
You can inhale allergens into your nose and your lungs. Many are small enough to float through the air. Examples are pollen, house dust, mold spores, cat and dog dander and latex dust.
You can ingest allergens by mouth. This includes food and medicines you eat or swallow.
Your body can have allergens injected into it. This includes medicine given by needle and venom from insect stings and bites.
Your skin can absorb allergens. Plants such as poison ivy, sumac and oak can cause reactions when touched. Latex, metals, and ingredients in beauty care and household products are other examples.
Below you can find symptoms of allergic reactions. Symptoms marked with “***” are life-threatening and need immediate medical attention. Remember, if you have any questions about allergies or suspect your student may have allergies, please reach out to your doctor for further guidance.
Prevention is key. Be alert for these symptoms presented by your child (or even yourself!) and visit your doctor. You could save a life...or just make your day a little sneezy!
Imagination Neighborhood Podcast-From Second Step
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