Glen Hill News
Masks Must Be Worn On School Property
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Para leer este boletín en otro idioma que no sea el inglés, por favor haga clic en el enlace "Traducir el boletín" en la parte superior derecha de esta página.
Click on the button to above to access Skyward. Every time your student comes into the building, you must self certify using Skyward.
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
THANK YOU TO OUR GLEN HILL FAMILIES
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 April Students of the Month
The following students were chosen for April-
- Brittany R, Jayden C, Nicolas D, Nicole R, Liam M, Joseph C
- Anthony L, Safiyya S, Xamayra M, Gracely S, Ariana E, Gavin T
- Bridget FV, Jocelyn F, Leila V, Amani D, Airad V, Jason L
- Marian M, Saad S, Yoselin B, Yahir E, Anthony O, Jeremy A, Austin F, Aidan D
- Hamza M, Hakeem F, Ryleigh H, Dylan L, Kevin P, Roomesa K
Thank you for your hard work! Keep doing a fantastic job in school.
Call the office if you have a kindergartener registering for the 2021-22 school year!
We've put our morning announcements in our GH Virtual backpack for each week.
2021-22 School Year Returning Student Registration Info Coming Soon!
Notfiying the Office With Attendance Changes
Second Grade Requirements for 21-22 School Year
From the Nurse's Desk
This is the time of year when students and parents alike get sick often. Germs thrive in this weather; they like to hop from person to person when it is cold, making our days full of tissues and sneezes. However, these steps can make spreading germs (and, as a result, not getting sick!) less likely.
Avoid close contact with people who are sick
Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, them throw the tissue in the trash
Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth
Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces
Keep kids home if they are not feeling well — and stay home if you're sick
Wash your hands for AT LEAST 20 seconds, and encourage your kids to do the same!
Hand washing is the number one way to help prevent getting sick. We remind students to wash hands or use hand sanitizer when entering the school, before lunch/recess, before eating, after coughing or sneezing, and any time they go to the bathroom.
An easy way to remember, if you sing the song “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star” twice, you’ve hit that 20 second mark...you are all clean and good to go!
With that being said, encourage your children to wash their hands wherever they go. And if your student is ever feeling ill, make sure to keep them home to rest. We can all help to make a great habit while also making sure our kids stay happy and healthy!
If you are interested in ordering school supplies through our vendor, Carlson School Supplies, for next year, please click on the link above.
Click here to access the virtual backpack for flyers and other additional community information.