Glegary Gazette

September 21st

A Message from Mrs. Johnson

Dear Glengary Families,

Our first full week of school of the 21-22 school year is in full swing! It has been a busy start to the school year and I again, that you for your patience, flexibility and grace.

I know how difficult it is to juggle the commitment of school, after school activities, and home life. As a busy working mom, I completely understand. Despite the craziness of our everyday lives, I wanted to take a minute to share the importance of trying to fit in at least 15-20 minutes of reading on a nightly basis. Please check out the infographic below which shows the impact that nightly reading has on our kids. Beyond the gains in vocabulary and test scores, please note that reading fosters creativity, imagination, and a love for lifelong learning. (Not to mention, it is wonderful bonding time when parents read to their kids...this is one of my favorite aspects of my evening with my little one :).

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

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Important Dates


9/23: Benstein Grille Dining to Donate 4-10 pm

9/24: Glengary Picture Day

9/26: Fall Flower Sale Ends

9/28: Half Day of School- Dismissal at 12:25pm


10/1: Fun Run Kick-Off

10/5: PTA Meeting 6:30 p.m.

10/6: Count Day

10/7: Fall Flower Pick-Up

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

10/29: Half Day

Positivity Project

Positivity Project

The character strength of focus for our Gators this week is teamwork! The character strength of focus for the following week (Sep 27-Oct 1) is open-mindedness. Please take a look at the links below about teamwork, 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!

Teamwork Parent Links Below

Open-Mindedness Links Below

New Information

Arrival and Dismissal: Please Read!

New Information:

*Glengary is home to 3 preschool classrooms who have now started their school year. Please note that the GSRP and Head Start Programs will be utilizing the Apple Drop-Off/Pick-Up loop Monday-Thursday from 8:10-8:20 AM for arrival. Glengary parents-please do NOT enter the loop for arrival prior to 8:30 AM to allow our preschool families to drop-off. The tuition preschool program will utilize the front bus loop for drop-off Monday-Friday from 8:20-8:30 AM. Glengary parents-please do NOT enter this front bus loop during morning arrival. Prime TIme Care Parents should continue to use the front entrance . Please take note that preschool drop off is occuring from 8:20-8:30.

Please also note that the GSRP and Head Start Programs will be utilizing the Apple Drop-Off/Pick-Up loop Monday-Thursday from 3:10-3:20 PM for dismissal/parent pick-up. Glengary parents-please do NOT arrive in the loop for afternoon pick-up prior to 3:30 PM to allow for preschool families to pick-up. The tuition preschool program will utilize the front bus loop Monday-Friday from 3:20-3:30 for dismissal/parent pick-up. Glengary parents-please do NOT enter this bus loop during the afternoon after 3:00 PM.

Thank you for your help as work to support all of our families involved in the arrival/dismissal process!

Important Reminders:

· Please remember that Woodbury is a residential street and it is critical that we do not block driveways.

· Students need to exit and load vehicles on the passenger side. This is a safety measure to ensure students are not walking into the parking lot where cars may be driving. If you need to assist your child in buckling, please simply allow them into the vehicle, and pull forward to park so that you are able to assist.

· Please do not get out of your vehicle while in the carpool line as it causes a back-up of vehicles.

· Please continue to be patient as staff direct traffic and busses down Woodbury.

· Remember that bus transportation is an option for most families. If you would like to consider this as an option and you need assistance, please call the office at 248-956-3100. We have an unprecedented number of vehicles using the carpool system for the 21-22 school year. This is causing arrival and dismissal to take 20 + minutes daily. Again, we encourage families that are able, to utilize school provided transportation.

Picture Day- Friday 9/24

School Name: Glengary Elementary School

Picture Day Date: Friday, September 24

Picture Day ID: EVTJV3PHW

*Monday November 15th will be the make-up Picture Day if you student is absent or you would like a retake.

Please note: All students will be photographed, as pictures are used in the yearbook. If you wish to order photos, please click on the link below for instructions.


Next Tuesday, September 28th is a half day of school. Dimissal times are listed below:

12:10- APU and Walkers

12:15- PTC

12:20- Begin loading busses

12:25-Official Dismissal

12:30-12:32 - Departure

5th Grade Camp: October 11 & 12, 9am - 9pm

Hard Copies of the Packet below will be distributed to 5th grade students on Wednesday, September 22nd. It is important for all 5th grade families to complete the camp paperwork as soon as possible. We are SUPER excited that our Gators get to enjoy 5th grade camp this year!

* Camp fees can be paid online or payment can be submitted to the front office.

Congratulations to Mrs. Warner-Sarlow

Mrs. Lani Warner-Sarlow has been selected at Michigan's 2021 Elementary Art Education of the Year by The MIchigan Art Educaton Association (MAEA). This is a great honor for Mrs. Warner-Sarlow and the Walled Lake Community. The criteria for becoming MAEA Elementary Art Teacher of the Year is very rigorous and the candidates must demonstrate evidence of their high standards, commitment and dedication in their field.

Mrs. Warner-Sarlow will recieve a special award and recognition and a presentation will be taking place during the Awards dinner at the Annual Michigan Art Education Association Conference on Mackinac Island on October 16, 2021.

We are grateful for Mrs. Warner-Sarlow and her leadership and dedication to high quality and diverse education for all our students.


Mary Guiles will be honored with a Golden Apple Award at the Board of Education Meeting on October 7th. She will be recognized for her dedication to the Glengary Gators via Prime Time Care and the Loon Lake Loons via lunchtime.

We are grateful for Mrs. Guiles and her commitment to our students and communities.

Opportunity to Work At Glengary

We currently have two 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!

Fidgets: A toy or a tool?

While our staff values the original intent of “fidgets” as a tool designed to help student focus/manage stress better in class, we are finding their presence in the classroom to be more of a distraction than an enhancement to the learning process for students. Fidgets have been stolen, traded, broken and fought over during these first few weeks of school.

Based on the concerns/distractions and the impact on the learning environment, I respectfully ask that fidgets are not brought to school. At Glengary Elementary, we are proud to have equipped each classroom with a sensory tool kit. If you feel your child needs access to these tools during the school day, please contact either the classroom teacher or myself so that we can further discuss.

Thank you for your help!


Walled Lake uses a mathematics/reading program called i-Ready. Below, you will find information about the program and how we use it in the classroom.

What is i-Ready?

i-Ready is an online program that will help us determine your child’s strengths and areas for growth, personalize their learning, and monitor their progress throughout the school year. i-Ready allows us to meet your child where they are and provides us with data to inform instruction.

The i-Ready Diagnostic is an adaptive assessment that adjusts its questions to suit your child’s needs. Each item a student receives is based on their answer to the previous question. For example, a series of correct answers will result in slightly harder questions, while a series of incorrect answers will yield slightly easier ones. The purpose of this is not to give your child a score or grade but to determine how to best support their learning.

i-Ready Instruction provides students with lessons based on their individual strengths and areas for growth. These lessons are interactive and provide strategic supports to keep your child engaged as they learn.

The first iReady Diagnostic Testing Window Opens soon. Please look for communication from your child's teacher regarding when they will adminster the assessment and how you can best support your learner. In the meantime, take a look at the recommendations from iReady below:

What can I do to help?

To help prepare your child for the i-Ready Diagnostic, encourage them to:

· Get a good night’s sleep and eat a full breakfast the day of the assessment.

· Try their best on each question and try not to rush.

· Try not to worry about questions they do not know—remind them that it is expected they will only get about half of the questions correct.

· Be respectful of other students who take longer to finish.

To support your child’s learning in Online Instruction, you can:

· Discuss your child’s progress on their i-Ready lessons.

· Celebrate your child’s learning and growth.

· Encourage them to use i-Ready at home.

o They will need access to a computer or iPad, internet, and their login information. To check if your system meets i-Ready system requirements, please visit to run a system check.

You can also learn more about i-Ready by visiting

*If your teacher is requesting headphones to complete the diagnostic, please be sure to send them in. Thank you!

Thank you for your partnership!

Glengary PTA Information

MUMKIN DISTRIBUTION VOLUNTEERS NEEDED for 10/7! Please consider helping!

The Glengary PTA Needs your Help! We are proud to announce that as of 9/21, we have sold 781 Mums through our Fall Mumkin Sales, and we still have a few days left!

With such a large volume of plants coming to Glengary, we are looking for many volunteers to help with our Fall Mumkin Delivery Day on 10/7! Volunteers will help sort Mumkin orders in the morning and/or help in the apple pick up loop after dismissal where families will drive through and place mums into trunks. Delivery Day requires about 30 volunteers, please consider helping at this fun fall event!

Please click on the link below to sign up to help! Thanks!


Gators! This is your last week to spruce up the front porches for fall! These colorful rotund mums and spook-tastic pots are going fast! The Fall Mum sale ends at midnight 9/26/21. Get your child’s link out to friends, family and neighbors and help raise funds for the PTA – we have an exciting year of events and opportunities and this is just the start!


Sunday, September 26th: Mum Flower Sale ends and online store closes.

October 7: Flower Pick Up at Glengary (Consider volunteering to help above)

Fun Run Information

The FUN RUN is coming, the FUN RUN is coming! Parents, business owners and friends! We are about to get the largest fundraiser off to a big start October 1st! Information will be coming home soon but DONATIONS are needed for raffle prizes and baskets as incentives for our kiddos! Parent teams are forming NOW to create the greatest experience for our kids in a LONG time. Please reach out to Alison Burke at 248-974-9387 or with questions or if you want to help out!!!

Dining to Donate-Benstein Grille Thursday 9/23

I hope you are hungry! Dining to donate kicks off this week with a BANG! Benstein Grill is hosting us on Thursday 9/23/21 from 4-10 pm. 10% of sales will come back to our school for all dine in or carry out orders. DON’T FORGET TO MENTION THAT YOU ARE WITH GLENGARY!!!

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Glengary Website

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

Glengary PTA Membership Drive: ongoing through 11/5

Calling all Parents, Grandparents and Care givers!

Our members are the heart of everything we do as a PTA. The more members we have the more likely we are to deliver quality events for our children, support to the staff by helping cover field trip costs, classroom materials and fun rewards for their hard work and participation! We have so many great events and traditions to bring back this year, but WE NEED YOU! Every adult in your student’s household can sign up to be a member of the PTA for only $10 for the whole year! We will keep track of membership totals for each classroom and the top 3 classes in the school will get a Pajama Day, Pizza Party of Popsicle Treat for all of YOUR participation! Let’s start out the year showing them how much we care about their school!!!

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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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: Sep 16, 2021

Dear WLCSD Families:

With the new school year in full swing, we are thrilled to see students back in the classroom. Read on for the latest updates and news from the WLCSD. Additionally, please mark your calendars for the upcoming Virtual Curriculum Nights.

· On October 13, 2021, our high school students in grades 9-12 will have the option of taking the state assessments as outlined here.

· Register for preschool. Afternoon availability at Dublin Elementary only.

· 2021-22 Academic Year FAQ updated September 7, 2021.

· As of Monday, September 13, we cannot accept any “new” moves to the virtual high school program through Edgenuity. The only exception will be for those already working with their counselor prior to Monday, September 13, 2021.

· iReady update: Learning services, student enrollment, IT and the iTeam have developed a solution for how to administer the iReady test to students that may not yet be fully enrolled:

o Student data is being uploaded this week to iReady in order to begin testing on September 20, 2021.

o A secondary data pull will be completed on September 27, 2021, in order to capture the last of the enrollments that are being processed.

o Teachers will be able to begin iReady testing with late-enrolled students beginning October 4, 2021.

o The overall diagnostic window will be extended one full week to end on October 22, 2021.

If you're looking for a job opportunity where you can make a difference and serve our Walled Lake community, Dean Transportation is hiring qualified applicants for schools bus drivers, attendants, and mechanic positions. Dean Transportation is offering a starting pay of up to $22 per hour and a sign-on bonus of up to $750 for those qualified candidates looking to join its family-driven culture. Additionally, referral bonuses are available. Apply online at or call (248) 956-3090.

For those who prefer the great outdoors, our Outdoor Educational Center is hiring for a variety of positions, including environmental education class facilitators, adventure challenge course facilitators, kitchen staff and much more. No experience is necessary as on-the-job training is available. Flexible hours, paid lunches, and pay based on experience for all positions. The roles work with varied clientele, including K-12 students, all ability levels and corporate groups. To learn more and apply, dial 248-956-5120 or email

We appreciate the support and patience of our parent community as we finalize enrollment for all district students. Please be sure to respond to all information requests from the Student Services Department, as we cannot fully enroll students without all of the required documentation.

Walled Lake Northern Homecoming King and Queen Patrick Battle and Ella Vachon.

Mrs. Lani Warner-Yuen, selected as the MAEA Elementary Art Educator of the Year.

Students, parents and staff that participated in the Middle School virtual curriculum nights on Tuesday, September 14, 2021.


· Fall Adult Education Programs

· 2021-2022 calendar

· WLTV Internship Information Meeting. September 20, 2:30 p.m.. Students from all three WLCSD high schools are encouraged to attend.

· Special Services Parent Advisory Council (PAC) Town Hall Meeting, virtual, Sept. 30, 7 p.m.

o To ask a question, complete this form

o To view the meeting, go here. It will also be linked on the homepage of the website.

· Warriors for Warriors Pink Out Game at WL Western - Friday, Oct. 1

· 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

STRIDE is Back!

STRIDE is designed to develop and enhance boys social, emotional, and physical competencies to successfully navigate life experiences. Screened and trained adult volunteer coaches will teach the STRIDE curriculum focused on developing life skills through intentional conversation-based lessons and running games. At the end of the 8 weeks, boys will be physically and emotionally prepared to complete a 5K run.

STRIDE practices will be on Tuesday and Friday 7:30am to 8:45am in the Glengary Media Center.

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!

Arrival and Dismissal-Please Read

Arrival and Dismissal are two busy and important times of the day and I want to provide some friendly reminders to ensure the systems run smoothly. Please note that a large number of families are utlizing this service and we ask for your patience and cooperation.

Woodbury is a narrow, dead end, residential street. As a proactive measure, we position a staff member to direct traffic during arrival and dismissal. It is important that we stop car traffic when we see busses to allow for those buses to successfully come down the street and enter the bus loop. Please also note that staff also directs a black SUV down Woodbury and into the North parking lot (The vechicle has a purple sticker that says Friendship Circle). This individual is not bypassing the line but rather, is getting into position to pick up her students in the North parking lot who have medical equipment that must be loaded into the vehicle.

Please be courteous of our Glengary neighbors who reside on Woodbury Street. I ask that you do not block residential driveways as it is imperative that our neighbors have access to their homes at all times.

As an additional reminder, if you need to pick up your child prior to the end of the day, please plan to do so prior to 3:30 p.m. I ask that no parents park in the front bus loop after 3:15 as our buses begin arriving shortly thereafter.

Finally, please note that our preschool programs will begin on September 13th. Preschool families will use the front bus loop to drop off between 8:20-8:30. They will use the front bus loop to pick up from 8:20-8:30.

AM Arrival Reminders (Car Drop-Off)

Drop-Off Reminders:

1. The first bell rings at 8:50 AM. This is the earliest time that students will be released from vehicles, as this is when the school day starts. We priortize safety and need our staff in position to welcome students. We kindly ask you to avoide arriving prior to 8:45 as this may cause a back-up on Woodbury and we want to avoid cars waiting on Glengary Rd.

2. Students must exit their cars from the passenger side along the sidewalk in the south parking lot (Apple Pick-Up parking lot) for safety purposes.

3. Parents MUST remain in their vehicle while in the pick-up/drop-off line.

4. Before entering the building, students must wear their mask per the Oakland County Health Department Mandate.

PM Dismissal Reminders for Apple Pick-Up (Car Pick-Up)

Pick-Up Reminders:

1. We run a tierd dismissal at Glengary to lessen confusion and congestion. Please see the following:

-3:40 PM- Staff pull up Google Doc

-3:45 PM- Apple Pick-Up and Walkers

The first group of Apple Pick-Up students are dismissed. Students will see their names displayed in their classrooms and know to go to the doors by the Media Center. Walkers will also be dismissed at this time. Parents meeting their children that are walking, please meet at the gate by the South Parking Lot.

-3:50 PM- Prime Time Care

The office will dismiss Prime Time Care students.

-3:55 PM- Busses

The office will dismiss and load busses as they arrive. The departure for busses is between 4:05-4:07.

2. Students must enter their cars from the passenger side along the sidewalk in the south parking lot (Apple Pick-Up parking lot) for safety purposes.

3. Please do not get out of your vehicle, as we will have staff members available to assist students if needed. If you need to help your child get buckled in, I kindly ask that you allow them to get into the vehicle and then you may pull into a parking spot to assist them. Please do not get out of your vehicle while in the carpool line as it causes a back-up of vehicles.

4. Please pull up to the farthest available cone. Please do not stop at the first available cone as we won't be able to properly load all students.

5. This is a friendly reminder that the bell schedule has reverted back to 19-20 school year, meaning Friday dismissal will occur at 4:00 p.m. There is no early Friday dismissal.

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".

Therapy Dog Update!

Romeo, Glengary's first ever therapy dog, was born in October 2020. He moved in with his trainer in late November and is currently hard at work completing his training. We anticipate that Romeo will join our school community later this fall!

Romeo is a purebred chocolate lab, bred specifically to be a therapy dog in schools. Research has shown that therapy dogs within a school setting not only enhance skills such as reading, but also improve emotional development. Just the presence of a therapy dog can decrease anxiety and enable students to work through issues such as anger management and other social difficulties. Introducing a non-threatening therapy dog into our school will be a key tool for forming social interactions for many of our students. Reading skills are often associated with improved academic performance and positive attitudes about school in children. Research has found that animal-assisted intervention in the form of reading aloud to a dog in a classroom setting contributes to improved skills and attitudes. There are so many benefits for a school to have its own therapy dog! We have been fortunate to witness these benefits at Mary Helen Guest Elementary and Walled Lake Western High School. Both schools have very successful therapy dog programs.

For any new Glengary families, please make us aware if your child has a fear of or allergy to dogs by completing the form below. We will contact you so that we can collaborate and develop a proactive plan to meet your child’s needs.

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-

Voluntary Student Accident Insurance

WALLED LAKE CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS DOES NOT CARRY HEALTH OR ACCIDENT INSURANCE FOR STUDENTS. If your child is injured while at school, medical costs are the responsibility of the parents and/or guardians.

As a service to students and their families, our District is making available a student accident insurance plan for your child at a very nominal cost. The District offers this program because of trends in rising family health and dental insurance costs, increased deductibles, co-payments or lack of health or dental insurance coverage.


  1. Deductible and co-pays in your health plan. Many health plans have increased the amount of out-of-pocket expenses.
  2. No insurance.

This plan will provide benefits for medical expenses incurred because of an accident. If you have other insurance, benefits can be applied to your deductible or co-pay. If you have no other insurance, this will become your primary accident plan.

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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 August and September. 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