Children can keep track of what they've read by recording titles
on a colorful reading log that will be given to each participant when
they sign up, along with a matching plastic book bag. There's enough
room for 50 book titles on this log, so hot-shot readers can really
go for broke!
At the end of the program, participants who have read the eight
book minimum will get to choose a new book to keep. The Summer
Reading Program is sponsored by the Friends of the Glendale Library,
with reading logs and book bags provided by the County of Los Angeles
Public Library in cooperation with other regional library systems.
Here's what's happening at Glendale cluster schools reporting in
Students will bring skateboards roller-skates, bicycles,
remote-controlled cars and anything else on wheels to school on
Monday to enjoy at recess. Wheel Day is the school's way of saying
thank you for students' hard work during a recent Jog-A-Thon
All returning students can meet their new teachers on Wednesday.
Students were honored by their teachers and principal at a special
flag ceremony Friday for reading 1.5 million minutes this past school
Parents and community volunteers were recognized for all their
efforts at a reception earlier this month.
HORACE MANN ELEMENTARY
Teachers and staff members will take part in an anti-bias training
program at the Museum of Tolerance over the summer. Additional
training will follow the day-long session, which is designed to raise
awareness of bias-related issues in a culturally diverse work
environment and develop the skills needed to overcome them.
JOHN MARSHALL ELEMENTARY
The coveted California Distinguished School flag is now flying
proudly on the Marshall flagpole. Assemblyman Dario Frommer (D-43rd
District) raised the flag for the first time during a special school
ceremony last week.
Students enjoyed Popsicles to celebrate their higher test scores,
which is one of the initial criteria that must be met in order to be
considered for the honor.
JOHN MUIR ELEMENTARY