Welcome to Gladstone Elementary
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The Gladstone School Office will be open thru June 24th from 8:00am - 3:00pm. We break for lunch between 11:30 and 12:30, daily. The Office will be closed for the summer from June 27th - July 29th. The office reopens to the public with summer hours on August 1st. Regular office hours, 7:30 - 4:00, will resume the week before school starts. The first day of school is Monday, August 22, 2016.
If you look on the right side of our website's home page, you will see the Gladstone google calendar. We have updated it with all the important dates for the 2016-17 school year. Want to know when Christmas Break and Spring Break is -- it's on there! How about the Smudgepot football game, or the Book Fair dates? They are on there. Pride Stride events -- on there, too!! Check out the calendar often to know what's coming up at Gladstone. Also, if you have a smart phone, you can download the Gladstone google calendar on your phone. You would get instant updates if something changes or we add something new. Check out the calendar NOW!
We have been busy registering new students from every grade level! Did you know we already have 50 students confirmed for Kindergarten in the fall!! And we have enrolled more than 30 students from across the other grade levels! Classes are filling up very quickly. If you have a new student coming to Gladstone, get the registration in now, especially those of you hoping to enroll on permit. We will be at capacity soon. Don't wait -- call the office and start the registration process today!!
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.
|Work with your child to help them know that if they are struggling with learning to read, it is NOT a measure of how smart a student is. Difficulty in reading comes from where in a person's brain direction comes from. Review the Brain Research on How the Brain Reads presentation with your child to help them know this important fact.|