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Gladstone Street Elementary School

1040 East Gladstone St.

Azusa, CA, 91702

(626) 815-6700

FAX (626) 815-6785 


EMAIL Principal Kent Stout

EMAIL Secretary Julie Marquez



Mr. Kent Stout joins Gladstone Street as Principal -- Welcome!

TK-Kindergarten Registration Underway

Transitional (TK) and kindergarten registration for the 2017-18 school year is now underway. Call the office at 815-6700 to find out the necessary paperwork or visit the school office daily from 7:30 to 4:00 p.m.

School-wide Info

What College Did Your Teacher Attend?

Want to know where your teacher went to college? Visit the Staff page!

More School News!

For more information about Gladstone St. Elementary policies and procedures for absences, breakfast and lunch schedules, dismissal, etc, see  News.


  Did you know that Gladstone Street School has a recycle bin in the parking lot. Families and community members are encouraged to put items for recycling in the bins which include aluminum cans, glass bottles, and paper. Once a month the bin is picked up and the contents are taken to the waste management company for recycling. Profits from the recycling are used to purchase technology needs at school.

  Students in Mrs. Bell-Ramos' class are responsible for picking up recycling items from each classrooms each week.

  Thank you!

Missing a jacket?

The lost-and-found bin is overflowing!  If your student is missing a jacket, sweater, lunch pail, or other item brought to school, be sure to check out the lost-and-found in the multi-purpose room. Hundreds of misplaced and thought-to-be-lost items are there.


   A school-wide Accelerated Reader (AR) homework project has been implemented this year. This program will help to increase student reading skills and achievements. Annual test results indicate that a consistent, mandatory reading emphasis will be beneficial to students in all grade levels.

   Each week students will be assigned AR homework nightly. This homework will include questions geared for fiction and non-fiction books and an activity to do to organize the answers to the questions. These activities may be a Thinking Map, list, illustration, outline, or other graphic organizer. Students will then write two or three sentences about what was read that day.

   This new AR homework will ensure students understand what is read daily in the required 20 minutes of reading homework.

   Parents sign daily to verify their student completed the AR homework.


Supplies List for 2017-2018

June 2017

Dear Parents,

For the 2017-2018 school year we are asking parents, if possible, to assist us by donating some of the following school supplies for your child’s classroom to help continue ...more

Fifth-Grade Band for 2017-18

  Welcome to Beginning Band!  Below is some information about the program.

  Classes: There are two classes per week. One class will be held during your Music and P.E. day. Instead of attending your general music class, you will attend Beginning Band with the band director. For the second class, you will be pulled out of your regular class for 45 minutes for band instruction. Classes are held during school hours, not after school.

  Grades: You will receive a citizenship grade (Outstanding, Satisfactory, Needs Improvement, or Unsatisfactory) for participating in Beginning Band. In order to receive a favorable grade, you must attend class regularly and give your best, bring your instrument, book, pencil and accessories to class always, practice at home what you learned in class, and participate in scheduled performances. You must maintain an Outstanding or Satisfactory grade to be eligible for Honor Roll.

  Home Practice: Take your instrument home every day to practice what you have learned in class. Set aside 15 to 30 minutes every day to review and practice old and new musical concepts and songs. Find a quiet place where you can practice without distractions or interruptions. Parents, if you have close neighbors, please inform them that your child is in the band program and will need to practice at home a few minutes each day as part of homework.

  Instrument Care: It is very important that you take care of your instrument in order for it to continue working and responding properly. Please do not allow siblings or friends to hold or play your instrument. Never share your mouthpiece with anyone. If you use a reed to play your instrument, do not share your reeds.  They are very expensive, and sharing used reeds is unhealthy. Keep your instrument clean and your case clean and organized. Do not store your book or extra stuff in your case, unless you have extra storage space that will keep your book or extra stuff from touching your instrument. The band teacher will show you how to keep your instrument clean and well maintained.          

   Performances: There will be 1-3 performances toward the end of the school year to demonstrate to your parents and peers what you have learned. Most performances are during a school assembly or activity. You will have one evening performance in May. This is your end-of-the-year concert where you will perform alongside other 5th-grade Beginning Band students at one of the two high schools' gymnasium. Make sure you have a semi-formal outfit for this event.

  For more information, contact your Band director, Mrs. Marchena, at 626-622-2974 (text or call) or e-mail: vmarchena@azusa.org. 

Gladstone Street Calendar


   Box Tops for Education can be sent to school anytime! Continue to save Box Tops for Education throughout the school year. Last year our school received about $1,000 from box tops collected during the school year. Box Tops for Education can be found on items such as cereal, tissues, toilet paper, diapers, crackers, and many frozen food items. Each Box Top for Education is worth 10 cents. Often packages will include more than one box top. Sometimes stores will have a promotion and will give a receipt with additional box tops. 

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Every Friday is Spirit Day! Students are encouraged to wear red. School spirit shirts that are red, white, or other colors can also be worn. Red school spirit shirts with an Eagle on the front are available for purchase in the school office. Shirts cost less than $10 and are available in many sizes. If interested in purchasing a school shirt, stop by the office. Go Eagles!!!!



Early Start

8:10 - 1:10 (M,T,W,F)

Late Start

9:10 - 2:10 (M,T,W,F)

1st-3rd grade

Mon., Tues., Wed., Fri.

8:10 a.m. - 2:10 p.m.

4th-5th grade

Mon,, Tues,, Wed., Fri,

8:10 a.m. - 2:38 p.m.

All Grades

Every Thursday-Early Dismissal


8:10 - 1:10 p.m.

1st - 5th grade

8:10 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

All Minimum Days

8:10 a.m. - 1:15 p.m.


For a schedule of all minimum days, visit the school page.


Farewell Mr. Hinojosa

Congratulations to Gladstone's principal, Mr. Art Hinojosa, as he begins his retirement. Thank you for soaring with the Eagles!



College And Career Ready!

  Students at Gladstone Street have a daily reminder that they are college-bound!  College flags and banners can be seen throughout the school. Large flags wave in the multi-purpose room.  Banners and flags can be seen in the office, and every classroom has information about a college displayed. We are College-Bound and Career-Ready!


PBIS Teaches Positive Behavior to Eagles

   PBIS (Positive Behavior Intervention and Support) is a proactive positive behavior program used to create and maintain a safe and effective learning environment in school and beyond.  Students are taught and revisit expected behaviors throughout the year. Students learn about expectations in the classroom, cafeteria, computer lab, library, office, restrooms, halls, playground, and at dismissal and pick-up.

   At Gladstone St. a clip up/clip down behavior management system is used. Every student begins the day on green - Ready to Learn. Students can clip up to blue - Good Choices; purple - Great Job; and pink - Super Student. Clip down to yellow - Think About It; orange - Teacher's Choice; and red - Parent Contact. Throughout the day, clips can move up and down allowing students that clipped down for inappropriate behaviors to clip back up!

   When students display good behavior, Eagle Bucks can be earned and then redeemed at the principal's store. When a student is "caught" with good behavior an Eagle Buck may be presented along with an explanation of "why" the Eagle Buck was earned. Students are learning that good and positive behavior has its rewards. Making positive choices is a life-long skill.

Eagle expectations are:

1.  Be Safe

2.  Be Respectful

3.  Be Responsible


The Gladstone Street PTA plans and provides a variety of activities and incentives for the students. This group of volunteers consistently has events planned and opportunities for students, parents, family, and the community. Each month the PTA plans a family event. For more information, visit  PTA.