Welcome to Gladstone Elementary
Updated June 17, 2013
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SUMMER LIBRARY HOURS at GLADSTONE
Want to help keep your student's reading skills up this summer? Need a program for them to follow so they have a goal? Bring your GRIFFIN to the Gladstone Library this summer and have them participate in the AR Reading Program. The Gladstone Library will be open two days a week this summer beginning the week of June 17th -- on Mondays from 2 - 4pm and on Tuesdays from 10am - 12-noon. Your Griffins can check out summer reading books, take AR quizzes, and earn prizes in the summer reading program! Also, if you can't make it to one of the scheduled times at Gladstone, this year you can take quizzes and check out books at any library in the district! CLICK HERE to get the full district schedule. See you on campus, Griffins!!
GLADSTONE named to California Business Educational Excellence Honor Roll
For the third year running, Gladstone has been named to the CBEE Honor Roll as a Scholar School. This recognition is given to schools who have achieved outstanding success in raising student academic achievement. This is a testament to the hard work and focus of our students, parents, and staff. Congratulations everyone on a well deserved recognition! In addition, Bonita Unified School District was named to the CBEE District Honor Roll -- only 6 districts throughout the state received this recognition in 2012.
Where are the pick up zones for students after school?
Please remember, the parking lot directly in front of Gladstone is reserved for staff only. After school, the parking lot is restricted to School Busses and Day Care Vans. At the 1:00, 2:05 and 2:50 dismissals, parents are welcome to park in the Shellman Ave parking lot or on Gladstone Street in front of the Kindergarten playground. Please remember that the Shellman parking lot is closed to incoming and outgoing traffic between 1:55 and 2:15pm. This allows us to have maximum safety for students riding the bus and students with special needs. If you ever have a question regarding where to park, feel free to email or call the school so we can help you choose an appropriate location.
Research has proven that students must practice their reading skills over the summer in order to keep the skills they have learned. That means reading every day for at least 30 minutes. Don't fall into the slump make sure to read every day.