WEEK OF OCTOBER 17, 2022
Message from the Principal
Students & Parents,
We hope our students enjoyed Fall Break and are ready for a strong start to Quarter 2!
Last week was a great week at GLOW, especially our celebration of International Day of the Girl on Tuesday. , and we especially enjoyed celebrating the International Day of the Girl on Tuesday! If you missed it, you can find WWAY's coverage of the day HERE.
Report Cards will be coming home on Thursday of this week. Students will receive two copies of their Report Card. Parents, please review the report card with your student and sign the white copy. Students will bring the signed white copy of their report card back to school to turn-in to their Leadership Advisory teacher on Friday.
Wishing you all a great week ahead!
Kate B. Tayloe
✅ REMINDERS ✅
We are excited to announce that this week we will have our first LIVE GLOW Has Talent Night! Come support our girls as they perform and compete to win the coveted People's Choice Award! We would love to have a big audience to support our girls, this Thursday night at 6:30 in Founder's Hall! Moms, dads, grandmas, grandpas, aunts, uncles, cousins, sisters, brothers, neighbors, friends…all are welcome! Let's pack the place!!!
NOTE: Monday, October 24 is Picture Day. Students may wear jeans, but they must be in their GLOW polo (purple or yellow).
Do you have a story about a teacher who changed your life? Now is your chance to tell that story, entering you to win a $1000 grant for GLOW Academy! CLICK HERE to complete the form and entry via written or video submission. The deadline is October 28th.
Learning Circles - Help Us Spread the Word!
GLOW Families - help us spread the word about a fun & free opportunity.
We will host a free Learning Circle event on October 29th for 5th-8th grade girls who are currently not attending GLOW. This Saturday educational enrichment activity is a great opportunity to learn more about school, participate in a few fun hands-on activities, and meet new friends.
Tell your friends and neighbors, siblings of current GLOW students are welcome too!
SAVE THE DATE!
Thursday, October 27th from 6-7:30 pm will we host our October Parent University in Founder's Hall. This month's topic is all about Financial Literacy!
🗓️ GLOW Live Calendar Now Available
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COVID Testing Available
🌎 OPPORTUNITIES IN OUR COMMUNITY 🌎
UNCW Intercultural Festival
UNCW’s annual Intercultural Festival (iFest) is a celebration of world cultures featuring music and dance, food, art and informational booths representing more than 25 countries. This free event will be held on Saturday, October 22, 2022 from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. at UNCW's Burney Center.
Davis Center Seed Library
New Hanover County Community Remembrance Project Essay Contest
The New Hanover County Community Remembrance Project, in conjunction with the Equal Justice Initiative (EJI), based in Montgomery, Alabama, is sponsoring an essay contest for all 9th-12th grade public high school students in New Hanover County. At least $5,000 prize money will be awarded to the winner(s) of this contest. We would like you to make your students aware of this contest. The contest launches September 1, and the final date for entry of an essay is December 15, 2022.
We have attached a flyer which describes the purpose of the contest. More information about the contest is available at our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/nhccrp) and at a website which has all the specifics about this project (www.tinyurl.com/EJI-Wilmington-EssayContest).
If you have questions you can contact us via the Facebook page or at email@example.com.
Please encourage your students to enter this contest.
📸 THIS WEEK AT GLOW 📸
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