Harvest Festival

Coffee with the Principal

Back To School

Parents

Box Tops Fundraising


 

Scholastic Book Orders

Every month, Book Order Flyers are sent out for Parents to view. We encourage all parents to look at these flyers and build your child's home library. You will always find  at least one book for ONLY $1. Every order you make earns FREE books for your child's class! This is a great way of building your home library, increasing your child's love for reading, and helping them expand their literacy skills. For online orders please click on flyer to direct you to the Scholastic Website. Teacher Class Code will be available soon. 


 

Volunteers


Volunteers are always welcomed. Here at Gladstone Street we appreciate all of our volunteers and their hard work, dedication & contribution to their child's education. Thank you for making a difference! If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please contact Alma Wilson in the front office for more details. 

Visitors

 

Parents are encourage to visit their child's classroom. We do ask that prior notification be given to the teachers and that all visitors check in through the Font Office to receive their Visitor's Pass.

 

Attendance

In order for students to be successful in school, regular attendance is necessary. Students need to attend school every day on time. When students are not in school, they miss important instruction time. Be sure your child gets plenty of rest the night before a school day so he/she comes to school ready to learn. Plan vacations around school holidays. 
 

Please contact the school office when your child is absent. Illness and doctor or dental appointments are considered excused absences with a doctor's note only. All other absences are recorded as unexcused. Children should not be sent to school when they are not feeling well.

Homework


 
The faculty at Gladstone Street School believes that homework is an integral part of education. Homework serves to strengthen and enrich that which is taught during regular class time. In addition, homework will:

  • Set a pattern for lifelong learning.
  • Provide opportunities to build independent study skills.
  • Provide opportunities to use out of school learning resources.
  • Encourage parent, student and teacher interaction.