News & Announcements
Thanks to the generous donation of School’s Out, the front garden has been planted for the fall. The organization’s support will also allow us to add more plants in the spring, helping to create an even more welcoming space. Thank you, School’s Out!
BAD HAIR DAY? If you missed Picture Day or want to try again… Please note that retake picture day has changed from 11/15 to 11/14. Absent on Picture Day? You can still order by clicking here and entering your Picture Retake Day ID. Don't love your original picture? Simply return your original package on Picture Retake Day and we'll retake your portrait. Love your original Picture Day pictures? There’s still time to order more at mylifetouch.com. Log in with your Portrait ID and Access Code, which is on your original portrait package insert.
4th GRADE HOMECOMING FUNDRAISER - This Saturday, October 13, Glenmont's 4th grade class will be hosting a fundraising table at BCHS during sporting events (field hockey, soccer, football) held during homecoming. We will be selling World's Finest Chocolate and raffle tickets for a variety of prizes. We need volunteers to work at the table--it would be great to have the kids working there, too! This will be a great community event and fun for all! Please consider helping and click here to sign up.
4th GRADE PANCAKE FUNDRAISER - Families of 4th graders--the Applebee's Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser is approaching --Saturday, November 3rd! Please sign up for a shift by clicking here. Also, please note that all money collected from ticket sales, as well as unsold tickets, must be returned to Glenmont Elementary's main office by Friday, October 26th.
HALLOWEEN BALL- Get ready for a spooktacular time, Friday October 26th...The classroom check-in opens at 6.30 pm; festivities begin at 6.30 pm, and pick-up in the classroom is at 8.30 pm. RSVP by this Friday, October 12th. Here are some important details:
SCHOOL BANKING - The CAP COM School Banking program will begin this Wednesday, October 3. Questions about the program--please contact our head banker, Alice Tripp, at email@example.com. Also, we need a few parents to help run the program--it is Wednesday mornings, right after the students get to school (say 9.10-9.40); please contact Alice if you can help. Want to sign up your scholar to make a dollar (for reading books and other programs)? Go to: https://www.capcomfcu.org/personal/learn/programs-for-kids/school-banking.html
Got scissors? If you've been clipping Box Tops all summer, you can bring them in and put them into the Box Tops box--in the main doorway (or send them to school in your kid's folder). What are Box Tops, you say?
Box Tops can really help our school
They are a small but useful tool
They can be found here and there
In Glenmont and most anywhere
From soup cans to cereal boxes
But probably not on bagels and loxes
So please cut them out and send them in
For each 'Top sent, a dime we win!
See the Box Tops sheet in here. If you fill the sheet with Box Tops, send it to school (put in an envelope marked "Box Tops"). A filled sheet = $5.00 for the PTA!
Next PTA Meeting: Tuesday, October 9th @ 7 p.m.
CUB SCOUTS PACK 232 - Do you have a girl and/or boy in K-5 who is interested in adventure, hiking, learning, laughing, and having fun with their friends? Cub Scout Pack 232 will be having a General Interest meeting on Monday, Sept 17th from 6:30 - 8:00 at Glenmont Elementary School. Come find out more about the Cub Scouts, what we do, and how your son and/or daughter can participate. For more information, please contact Rob Pattison at firstname.lastname@example.org or check out https://pack232.com
The Office of the New York State Comptroller has an "Unclaimed Funds" website. Banks, insurance companies, corporations and the courts are among the many organizations required by law to report dormant accounts to the New York State Comptroller. These organizations must attempt to notify you by mail and publish the information in newspapers. Despite these efforts, many funds remain unclaimed and are turned over to the Office of the State Comptroller. Do you have money that is owed to you by one of these entities? Find out...you can access the database on the NYS Comptroller's website by clicking here. Who knows--maybe you're a millionaire?! For more information, click here or check out http://www.osc.state.ny.us/ouf/index.htm
Capital Region BOCES - Career and Technical School cosmetology students will throw open their classroom doors to the public on Wednesday, October 10 to raise funds for breast cancer research.
Students will conduct a day-long spa on the Albany CTE campus with all of the proceeds going to the American Cancer Society. Colorful hair extensions, hairstyling, manicures and pedicures are just some of the services that will be offered during the clinic, which runs from 8:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the school, located at 1015 Watervliet-Shaker Road in Albany (Colonie).
BOCES CTE teacher Patricia Gollub states that "we will be running a full-service salon with all of the proceeds going to the American Cancer Society for breast cancer research."
Services offered, and their costs, are as follows: