Glegary Gazette

October 11, 2021

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A Message from Mrs. Johnson

Dear Glengary Families,

We had SUCH a great month of September! I am so proud of our Gators. They continue to show us how hardworking and dedicated they are to learning and growing.

We have lots of activities and events planned during the month of October. Please see below for more details.

As always, the Glengary Staff is here to support you. Should you have questions or if concerns arise, please reach out to your child's teacher or myself and we will work together to find a solution. I can be reached at or at 248-956-3100.

Here's to a GREAT week ahead!

RosaLeigh Johnson, Principal

Important Dates


10/11-10/12: 5th Grade Camp

10/13: Glengary PTA Chipotle Fundraiser 5:00-9:00 PM

10/19: Fun Run Final Donation Date

10/22: Fun Run

10/28-Truck or Treats- PTA Event

10/29: Half Day

Positivity Project

Positivity Project

Last week, our students learned about one of the 5 pillars of the Positivity Project, Being Present & Giving Others My Attention. The character strength of focus for the upcoming week (Oct 10-16) is Integrity. Please take a look at the links below about integrity as they will provide you with the knowledge and tools needed to partner in this important work. The resources in the links below were created to help parents reinforce this important learning at home. Thank you!

21-22 P2 Calendar

Consider printing the calendar to help keep track of the character strengths we will learn each week!

Integrity Parent Links Below

New Information

A New Halloween Event at GLE - Trunk or Treat

We are excited to announce a new Halloween Event at Glengary Elementary. Our PTA has planned our first ever, Trunk or Treat, which will be a fun-filled evening for students and their families. Join us for a SPOOKTACULAR night! Costumes are encouraged!

Please note: We will not be doing a Halloween Parade during school hours this year. Please do not send your student to school with or in a costume. Students will have the opportunity to show off their costumes and trick or treat at our Trunk or Treat event on October 28th from 6:00-7:30 p.m.

We will have a Halloween Themed Spirit Day on Friday, October 29th. Students are invited to wear Halloween Spirit Wear including Halloween colors, pajamas, t-shirts, etc. while they enjoy Halloween activities within the classroom. Please note that to ensure the safety of all, we will not be holding class parties with volunteers this year.

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Volunteers at Glengary

Earlier this month, the WLCSD Parent Update shared that volunteers would be permitted on a limited basis and to look for a communication plan from the building principal. While we are very excited to see volunteers back in our school, we still need to have a thoughtful plan that does not jeopardize our efforts to keep our community healthy and our students in school. Please note the following details regarding volunteering during the school day:
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IMPORTANT: Each teacher utilizes volunteers in a different way. Some teachers do not have frequent volunteers. Other teachers use volunteers on a weekly basis. Please respect each teacher’s approach to volunteering and wait for them to share information with parents about volunteer opportunities. Even if your child’s teacher does not request classroom volunteers, there will be many other opportunities. Note: Volunteering in our school is different from visitors/spectators at events during the school day. Visitors or spectators at events during the school day are not permitted at this time.

Thank you for your partnership and understanding as we work thoughtfully to ensure the safety of all.

*Note: Please look for an upcoming communication regarding how Room Parents will be handled during the 21-22 school year.

Teacher of the Year Nominations - Due by October 22nd, 2021

The Walled Lake Consolidated Schools are again participating in a program to honor exemplary teachers. We hope you will join us in an effort that will result in the selection of the TEACHER/EDUCATOR OF THE YEAR for the Walled Lake Consolidated School District at the elementary, middle school and high school levels. This honor will be bestowed at our January 6, 2022 school board meeting.

Each school building will select a teacher of the year and that person’s name will be submitted to the district committee for final selection. All names will be removed from the forms and only the building principal will have knowledge of the candidate’s name. The principal will appoint a committee to help with the local selection. That person’s name will then be submitted to the district committee. We are requesting that this form be returned to your school NO LATER THAN FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2021.


Any FULL TIME, CERTIFIED, TENURED teacher/educator who spends 50% of his/her time in a classroom. Nominees must have a minimum of five (5) full years of classroom teaching experience


Any person in the community may nominate any teacher/educator in the district for this honor. Please send or deliver this form to the nominee’s school.


Please send or deliver Nomination forms to the nominee’s school in an envelope marked clearly with “TEACHER/EDUCATOR OF THE YEAR”.

Happy 1st Birthday Romeo!

A message from Mrs. Locke, Romeo's Handler:

I was able to visit Romeo on his birthday on Saturday, 10/9. I delivered the sweet cards that many students made for him, along with treats and toys. I was able to witness the training that he is doing first hand, and I was very impressed. He has come a long way, and the lead trainer Fred is just as eager as all of us for him to complete the training and join our Glengary family. Some of the commands that he is working on include “place” which is him staying in one spot until released by handler, and off leash training. He has a big job to do, and we want him 100% ready to do his job. His training will continue and we will see him soon. I hope you enjoy the pictures below! Thank you for your continued support!


COVID-19 Dashboard

Our district maintains a COVID-19 Dashboard which is updated throughout the week. The dashboard is currently linked on our district website and has also been included in recent district updates. Per district protocols, we continue to report all COVID-19 positive cases to the Oakland County Health Division (OCHD). Our district will continue to monitor both building and classroom numbers. Parents can also refer to the district’s FAQ document.

District COVID Communication Update

In an effort to be as transparent as possible and at the same time respect the privacy of our students, staff, and families, we will be enhancing our communication process related to COVID positive cases in our building. When we have a COVID positive case, the families of the students in the classroom will receive a specific email letting them know that their child was in a classroom with a COVID positive person during the infectious period. Then, the families of the grade level will also receive an email letting them know that there was a COVID positive case in that grade level. As always, if anyone has any general questions about the number of positive cases in a particular school or our District, please access the District COVID dashboard.

Update for WLCSD: Mask Protocol

The Michigan Legislator questioned the Oakland County Health Division’s Mask Mandate based on the recent Michigan Budget Bill. Provided, the Governor’s statement and in consultation with our attorney, we are required to uphold the OCHD’s Mask Mandate. Moving forward, the mask criteria as of the beginning of this school year will remain in place. If the Governor or the OCHD make further changes in the future, we will communicate in a timely manner.

Food Shortage and Menu Change Communication

A Message from WLCSD Food Service Department:

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, we are seeing nationwide disruptions to manufacturing, supply and distribution channels. You may have experienced this yourself while shopping online or in stores.

This disruption also impacts school meals, as we are having trouble obtaining certain foods and supplies. Students may notice that we’re serving menu items that were not previously available or listed on menus.

While this situation is out of our control and something that school districts all across the country are experiencing, we are doing our best every day to come up with solutions to these challenges.

We will continue serving our students a variety of nutritious foods. Everything we serve will continue to meet nutrition guidelines set by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). All schools that operate the National School Lunch Program and the School Breakfast Program must follow these guidelines. We will also continue to accommodate students with special dietary restrictions and allergies.

We remain committed to providing our students with the nutritious meals they need to grow and learn. We appreciate your patience and understanding.

As a reminder, school meals are free for all students again this school year.

5th Grade Camp

Fifth grade camp is Monday! Your child only needs to bring a backpack to school with them, no snacks or food is needed. They can bring sunscreen, a water bottle, bug spray, an extra set of clothes, a jacket/pullover, rain gear and shoes. The weather is forecasted to be warm on Monday and Tuesday, but the students must be sent to camp wearing long pants, as shorts are not allowed on the hiking trails. They can pack a pair of shorts to change into later in the day if they want to.

***Pick-up: The students will be brought back to school on the bus and the bus will be departing camp around 8:30 p.m. Since our school is so close to camp, please be at the school at 8:40 p.m. to pick-up your child. Please pull-in the south parking lot and line-up as cars would usually line-up for Apple Pick-up. If you have an Apple Pick-Up sign, please bring it and display it in the passenger side window. If you do not, please make a sign with your child’s name on it and display it to help the pick-up process move smoothly. We will also have a sign-out sheet for you to sign before you leave with your child.

Pre-School Age Children Information

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WHO IS INVITED? Children ages 3 to 4 years old in the Walled Lake School District


WHAT IS IT? An inclusive playgroup that has typically developing children as language and play models for their special education peers. A certified Early Childhood Special Education teacher and a certified Speech and Language Pathologist will co-teach. Children will learn how to follow routines in a classroom setting, play with toys appropriately, play with their peers, learn how to problem solve, perform fine motor skills of coloring, writing, stringing beads, etc.., and learn cognitive skills such as shapes, colors, numbers, and letters.

WHEN AND WHERE IS IT? Possible beginning date is November 3rd 2021 on WEDNESDAYS AND THURSDAYS from 8:30-9:45am at TWIN SUN EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTER, 2157 Loon Lake Rd, Wixom

Contact Heather Travis at

Opportunity to Work At Glengary

We still have openings at Glengary! We are accepting applications for our lunchroom paraprofessional position as well as a paraprofessional position in our Level 4 Categorical classroom. We look forward to some excellent members of our community joining our team!

Glengary PTA Information

The Fall is well underway and so are our awesome events!!! We are so proud of our school, kids and parents for embracing everything that this year is and working so hard to make our kids feel special! Please read on to learn all about the great things our PTA is doing to support our Gators!

Reflections 2021

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2021 - 2022 REFLECTIONS!!

Does your child enjoy art, music and dance or have an interest in writing, producing films and taking photos? If so, have them join us and have fun unleashing their inner artist with PTA reflections!

National PTA’s Reflections program has helped students explore their own thoughts, feelings and ideas, develop artistic literacy, increase confidence, and find a love for learning that will help them become more successful in school and in life.

Each year, over 300,000 students in Pre-K through Grade 12 create original works of art in response to a student-selected theme. In response to this theme, students create works of art in one or all the available arts categories:

1. Dance Choreography

2. Film Production

3. Literature

4. Music Composition

5. Photography

6. Visual Arts (2D and 3D)

7. Special Artist (must qualify)

This year's theme, "I Will Change the World By...," calls for students own unique interpretation through the arts.

To learn more, check out the videos below.

If your student is interested in submitting an entry, complete the below form by November 15, 2021.

Please contact or call / text parent, Yoko Metcalf at (734) 837-3984.

No experience is required to participate in Reflections! Choose the arts category you’re interested in, create an original piece of artwork based on the theme, and be recognized as an artist in our community! See promo video here:
PTA Reflections 2021 Promo
WLCSD Reflections Promo Video 2020-21


The search is on for a future Reflections theme!

Help us pick the theme idea that will spark fun and creativity during the 2023-2024 Reflections program! The student who submits the winning entry will receive a $100 prize from National PTA. Past themes and duplicate submissions are not considered. This means we’re looking for the most original theme ideas.

Idea submissions are due October 22, 2021.

Link for submission (includes a list of past themes):

If you have any questions, please email Torry Yu, WLCSD PTSA Reflections Chair, at

Fall Mumpkin Sale

A HUGE thank you to all of our families who helped to make the Fall Mumpkin sale such a success! Thanks to your support, we reached our fundraising goal which will directly support the students at Glengary. Thank you also to all of our amazing volunteers who helped organize a successful pick-up last week!

Fun Run 10/22 Information

Fun Run fundraising is here and we are already a third of the way to our goal, IN LESS THAN ONE WEEK!!! Watch for the list of raffle and fundraising prizes to be announced in the next week and earn those raffle tickets!!! Fundraising ends 10/19. The day of the Fun Run itself takes place on October 22. Each grade will have a chance to take laps around the track and end outside with pictures and a dance party! The winners of the raffle as well as the top 10 fundraisers will be announced that day as well..

Please reach out to Alison Burke at 248-974-9387 or with questions or if you want to help out!!!

Coin Challenge

An arm of the Fun Run fundraising is the Coin Challenge. Every class in each grade faces off in a "This or That" contest to see which class can raise the most money for our school. The victorious class in each grade will receive a prize!
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Trunk or Treat-October 28th

Calling all Glengary ghouls, ghosts, goblins and witches for a haunting Trunk or Treat extravaganza October 28th. Details on how to participate and attend will be coming home soon!!!

Glengary PTA Membership Drive: ongoing through 11/5

Calling all Parents, Grandparents and Care givers!

Our Membership drive is underway and the deadline for the membership contest is November 1st. Every adult in the household can sign up as a member and add to each class total for a chance to win a PJ, popsicle or pizza party for the whole class!!! Every adult counts! Membership dollars help us pay our dues to the district, state and national PTAs without having to take the money we raise from our fundraisers - and joining requires no obligation otherwise - you are always welcome at our meetings and we LOVE our volunteers - but simply being a member supports our school, too!!!

Sign up online via memberhub linked below!

Chipotle Fundraiser

Dining to Donate kicks off Wednesday, October 13th, starting at Chipolte in Novi! Dine in or carry out (delivery orders do not count toward fundraiser) from 5-9pm and we will get 33% of sales made! See attached flier and watch for them coming home as the day approaches!

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Open Position-Yearbook

Are you someone who is interested in helping with this year's yearbook?! Being back in school and having events like the Fun Run and Trunk or Treat make putting the memories together, fun and totally worthwhile. Please reach out to Alison Burke for more details!

Open Position- Communication Advocate

Our PTA Board has a vital role missing - beyond fundraisers and dining to donate evenings, the changes that effect our school and WLCSD happen in the legislature. We need someone to communicate with our District Advocate to make sure we, as parents, stay informed about important bills, bonds and regulations that will impact how our kids are educated, evaluated and funded. This role can be as simple as passing information on or it can be a passion project. Help us be informed parents and voters! Reach out to Alison Burke for more details!

Glengary Website

The Glengary PTA website is under CONSTRUCTION – but the minutes from last week’s meeting are up in case you missed it!

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Community Education Classes offered through WLCSD

Check out the link below for a variety of Community Ed classes that are offered through WLCSD.

District Update

Walled Lake Consolidated School District Update: Oct, 7, 2021

Dear WLCSD Families:

Thank you to all of those who attended our 10th annual Warriors for Warriors Pink Out game at Walled Lake Western, as well as the first annual Walled Lake Northern Green Out game, focused on raising awareness for mental health.

This week, we invite you to enjoy a performance of Almost, Maine. Tickets for the performance are still available for October 7, 8 and 9 at 7:00pm and may be purchased online here.

Continue on with this week’s Parent District Update for more insight to the latest on WLCSD and our community.

Wednesday, October 13 is a day of testing for high school students in grades 9 - 12, who opted in to take the PSAT, PAT/NMSQT or the SAT. The schedule for the day will be as follows:

· Students who have already opted in to take these assessments will attend school for an abbreviated day arriving at the normal time and dismissing at approximately 11:15 a.m.

· Students in the following Special Education Basic Programs (CI, ASD or ATP) will be dismissed at 10:45 a.m.

· Students not participating in these assessments will not be required to attend school on October 13 but it will be marked as an excused absence..

Transportation to and from school will be provided. All students testing will receive a free breakfast and lunch if they are interested. Please contact your building principal if there are additional tests for which your child missed the sign up deadline.


Walled Lake Northern Performing Arts Proudly Present Almost Maine at WL Northern HS.

· Thursday October 7, 2021 @ 7:00pm

· Friday October 8, 2021 @ 7:00pm

· Saturday October 9, 2021 @ 7:00pm

Tickets Are Available Here.
NOTE: Parental Discretion Recommended- Show contains mature content.


As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, we are seeing nationwide disruptions to manufacturing, supply and distribution channels. You may have experienced this yourself while shopping online or in stores. This disruption also impacts school meals, as we navigate obtaining certain foods and supplies. Students may notice that we’re serving menu items that were not previously available or listed on menus.

While this situation is out of our control and something that school districts all across the country are experiencing, we are doing our best every day to come up with solutions to these challenges. We will continue serving our students a variety of nutritious foods, our menus will continue to be updated here as we see changes. Everything we serve will continue to meet nutrition guidelines set by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). All schools that operate the National School Lunch Program and the School Breakfast Program must follow these guidelines. We will also continue to accommodate students with special dietary restrictions and allergies.

We remain committed to providing our students with the nutritious meals they need to grow and learn. We appreciate your patience and understanding. As a reminder, school meals are free for all students again this school year. If you have questions, please contact Julie Fortner, Food Services Supervisor at 248-956-3080.

VIEWFEST 2021: OCTOBER 9, 11 a.m. - 7:30 p.m.

Viewfest is a first of its kind, psychology-oriented community event that includes fun, engaging and impactful activities for children, teens and young adults. The event includes music, food trucks, arts and crafts, sports, community resources and a whole lot more. The festival will be highlighted by Viewspire’s Hug Buddy postcards as well as hosting a tribute center for those in our community who we have lost to suicide. The purpose of the event is to provide our community with mental health resources and support, but do so in a way that does not feel clinical. In fact, most attendees will not even realize that there is an underlying mental health narrative to the day. However, resources will be available as will other community members, peers and leaders.


Walled Lake Central and Walled Lake Northern Football teams will be honoring United States Military personnel, veterans and first responders on Friday, October 15 at Walled Lake Northern. More than 75 first responders and military men and women will be recognized as players from each school will wear jerseys in their honor on the football field. Following the game, players will present their game-worn jerseys to each of the honored.


As of Friday, October 1, parent volunteers once again have access to school buildings.
We are very proud of the relationship with our community and we know that our parents enjoy volunteering in our buildings. With this and low COVID-19 positive cases in mind for our district, volunteers may return to our buildings beginning October on a limited basis. Our principals will be notifying their communities with the process of allowing volunteers back in their buildings. All of our volunteers will be required to follow our policies related to mask usage. We look forward to having our parents back in our classrooms to support the educational needs of our children.


Employment opportunities are available for support staff personnel, substitute teachers, preschool teachers, bus drivers and a variety of positions at the Outdoor Education Center.

Dan Durkin, who will be the Director of Community Relations after Vildana Kurtovic steps down. With Durkin’s appointment, pursuant to Board approval tonight, he will return to WLCSD, after spending three years at West Bloomfield Schools where he was the Public Relations and Marketing Coordinator. He was the WLCSD Video, Web and Print Specialist for six years prior to joining WBS. He will start on Monday, October 18. Vildana resigned due to personal circumstances with her last day being on Friday, October 8.

Mary Guiles, Prime Time Care supervisor at Glengary and Terri Armstrong, parent volunteer at Commerce, who will be honored with Golden Apple awards at tonight’s Board of Education meeting.

The Warriors for Warriors Pink Out committee on the success of the 10th annual event last Friday.

Former Walled Lake Northern’s Kyle Arnoldi making a difference for the Broncos.


· 2021-22 Academic Year FAQs

· LAYA Adopt a Child Application (Deadline Friday, Nov. 5)

· Consider contributing to the WLCSD PAL’s Therapy Dog Program

· E-Sports for middle and high school students

· Fall Adult Education Programs

· 2021-2022 calendar

· Salute to Service Game at WL Northern - Friday, Oct. 15

· Foundation for Excellence-Walled Lake Schools celebrates 30 years of service: Back to School 2021 Newsletter.

· Community Education Fall Brochure

· Eligible households are encouraged to complete the free and reduced price meal application in the Skyward Family Access Back-to-School packet. WLCSD will be participating in the Seamless Summer Option as part of the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Programs for the 2021-22 school year.

· Hospitality House Food Pantry is here to help and NEEDS your help.

· Lakes Area Youth Assistance Referral Form

· COVID-19 Dashboard

· August 2021 LEARNING newsletter


Thank you for referring to the District website for up-to-date information.


Vildana Kurtovic
Director of Community Relations

Previously Shared Information

What Does it mean to be Suggestive of Covid?

Please take note of the symptoms below. Based on guidance from the Oakland County Health Department, if a student presents the following symptoms, they may be suggestive of COVID-19.

1. Is this student currently experiencing ONE or more of the following symptoms unrelated to a known pre-existing condition (e.g. asthma, allergies)?

* New Cough

*Shortness of breath

*Difficulty breathing

*New loss of taste or smell

2. Is this student currently experiencing any TWO or more of the following symptoms unrelated to a known pre-existing condition (e.g. asthma, allergies)?

*Fever (100.4 degrees +)


*Diarrhea (2x in 24 hours)

* Fatigue

*Congestion/runny nose


*Muscle aches

*Sore throat

*Nausea/Vomiting (2x in 24 hours)

Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) COVID-19 testing is strongly recommended. Contact your medical provider and get tested for COVID-19.

For the student to return back to school, there are three options:

1. Receive COVID-19 testing, and return to school with proof of a negative PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) test result, provided symptoms have improved and fever resolved for 24 hours without fever reducing medicine. Rapid test results are not acceptable.

2. Exclude from school until 10 calendar days have passed since symptom onset and at least 24 hours fever free without fever reducing medicine.

3. Provide a note from your physician indicating a clear alternative diagnosis (e.g. positive strep throat, urinary infection, etc.). Must be fever free for over 24 hours without fever reducing medicine with improvement in symptoms.


We continue to urge all families to check your child's health daily and make decisions that will help ensure we keep our students, staff and community healthy and safe.

Daily Health Checks: Please check your child(ren) daily for ANY signs of illness before attending school. Check for the following symptoms:

  • Fever/Chills
  • Cough
  • Fatigue
  • Shortness of breath/difficulty breathing
  • Muscle of Body Aches
  • Headache
  • New loss of smell or taste
  • Sore throat
  • Congestion
  • Runny Nose
  • Nausea or Vomiting
  • Diarrhea

If your child has any of these symptoms, please err on the side of caution and keep them home until they are feeling better! We appreciate your partnership as we continue to work together to keep our community healthy and safe!

Transportation Department Information

Please review the following information from our transportation department:

  • If your child is eligible for bus transportation, it is recommended that they start this routine on the first day of school.

  • Bus Stops/Routes: Bus stops/routes will be posted on the district website and Skyward Family Access the week of August 16, 2021.

  • Bus Drivers - Bus drivers will be contacting all kindergarten families to introduce themselves. You can expect a phone call from your child’s driver in the coming weeks! Our drivers take care to ensure our kindergartners get on/off the bus safely each day.

Snack and Water Bottle Policy

Please click on the below link for information on the Glengary Healthy Snack and Water Bottle policy.

Prime Time Care Registration

Registration for Prime Time Care/Teen Club is now open. Due to technical difficulties, registration will not be online. Please use the forms located on our website, under "Resources".

Authorization to Administer Medication Form

If your child needs to have medication administered at school, parents must complete an AUTHORIZATION to ADMINISTER MEDICATION FORM.

Please click on the link to view. Print out and complete the form. Please drop it off at our main office as soon as possible. You can also email it to our secretaries Cheryl Maten or Melissa Roth.

Cheryl Maten -

Melissa Roth-

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Food Service Information

For the 2021-22 school year, breakfast and lunch is free for all students. If you would normally fill out a form to receive free or reduced lunch, we ask that you do so for accounting purposes. Forms are available on the district food service web page.

Below you will find the breakfast and lunch menus for October. You will also find the contact information for our Food Service Department.

Walled Lake Community Education is committed to providing quality programs for youth and adults. The link below you will also find our Youth Recreation, Youth Enrichment and Adult Recreation/Enrichment offerings
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Communication is Key at Glengary Elementary!

Communication is important to us at Glengary. Parents will be notified and updated in a variety of ways throughout the school year. The majority of information for parents will be available on our school and District website and through email.


It is critical that parents keep an updated email address and let us know if it changes as soon as possible. Parents may update this information for us on Skyward Family Access. All teachers at Glengary utilize Skyward Family Access to communicate with parents.Report cards, lunch account information, progress reports, attendance, and other important information will always be posted on Skyward Family Access. If you are a new family to Walled Lake Schools or have misplaced or lost your Family Access ID and password, please click HERE to get connected.

Glengary Gazette AND School Web Page

Our Glengary Gazette newsletter will be sent electronically to families. This is typically a bi-weekly communication filled with all important school and PTA updates. As we begin the year, the communication may be sent on a weekly basis if needed. An archive of newsletters will be posted to our school website. Please visit this page often for information about our school. You will find links to important documents, websites and blogs from your child's classroom, PTA forms and information, and important updates and forms that you will need to access.

PTA Website and Updates

Our PTA has an excellent website with upcoming events, fundraiser information, PTA membership links, and other pertinent information and forms. PTA information and updates are also shared with the Tuesday Tidbits.

Social Media

Glengary Elementary also has a Facebook page, Instagram, and Twitter which are linked below!

Glengary Contact Information

RosaLeigh Johnson


Cheryl Maten

Principal's Secretary:

Melissa Roth

Building Secretary:

Important Phone Numbers:

Main Line: 248-956-3100

Fax Line: 248-956-3105
Attendance: 248-956-3190