GLA West Connections
Week of October 29 - November 2
Growing into our Greatness ...Not a Moment to Waste!
TRIMESTER ONE REPORT CARD CONFERENCES
We will host Report Card conferences on Saturday, November 17th. Sign-up information will be sent home with scholars next Wednesday, Nov. 7th. Please be sure to schedule your child's conference. Report cards will not be distributed without a parent conference.
School is closed for scholars on Election Day - November 6th. Please get out and vote! Scholars who bring in their parent's voting sticker the next day will receive five booker bucks!
UNIFORMS AND COLD WEATHER
The weather is changing. Please keep in mind that scholars are not permitted to wear visible thermals, sweatshirts, clothing under their t-shirts. Our uniform provider, Cramers Uniforms, sells long-sleeve button down shirts and also sweatshirts for the gym uniform. Scholars are only permitted to wear GLA sweatshirts with their gym uniforms.
November Calendar Now Available!
Attention Collegiate Parents!!
Family Fun Night was Epic!
This month we pledged to "Stomp Out Bullying" at GLA!
Here at Global Leadership Academy we are pledging to Stomp Out Bullying! This month we focused on anti-bullying in our restorative circles and morning meetings. We highlighted a different fact about bullying each day during morning announcements and discussed bullying prevention in our classrooms.
To support Anti-Bullying Month and our efforts throughout the academic year, our Rising Stars Academy scholars participated in a Kindness Scavenger Hunt and created artwork to promote inclusion and respect.
Our Legendary Leaders Academy scholars in third grade created a Friendship Chain Link, signifying their linking together by the ways they can be a buddy and not a bully. Fourth grade legends exchanged letters with the 4th grade from Global Leadership Academy South West. Scholars in fifth grade participated in a poster making challenge. Their posters are promoting the theme of Stomp Out Bullying and positive messages of inclusion, respect, and diversity.
In Collegiate, scholars in 6th, 7th, and 8th grade participated in a songwriting challenge. By writing lyrics for the song “Mean for What” (to the beat of “Nice For What” by: Drake). Collegiate scholars also created PSAs highlighting the dangers of bullying. Check out eighth grade scholar, Que Boyd, featured above!