Kaila Buller and Colton Roark preparing their mousetrap cars for a distance competition.
Glendo's departing staff members (Stanetta Twiford, Kevin Teten, Fran Blatnick & Joel McKee) pose for a picture at a farwell party held on May 7th.
Madison Pindell wearing the "Birthday Hat" at lunch.
DARE graduation was held on May 4th.
Kaylee Jacobson shown holding her 1st place Art Symposium project.
Pictured here are Tyler Sanborn, Tanner Buller, and Jacob Meredith enjoying the new tether ball purchased by the Glendo PTO.
Glendo Elementary students enjoyed Read Across America Week and celebrating Dr. Seuss's birthday!
There was a good turn out for the Moms & Muffins/Dads & Donuts event put on by the Glendo PTO on February 22nd.
Glendo staff & students dress for Wyoming day during homecoming week.
Glendo participants in St. Judes Mathathon, Cobe Buller, Kiera Nelson, and Tanner Buller (Jacob Meredith not available for picture.)
Glendo students gather to watch the Presidential Inauguration.
Glendo 5th graders exploring diluted and solvents with a supplemental lesson for Foss Science Mixtures & Solutions.
Parks & Rec members made Christmas ornaments with Glendo Elementary students. Some of the students preferred wearing the ornaments themselves rather than saving them for their tree.
Glendo students gather around a heat source on a cold winter morning.
The PTO Fall Festival was held on November 19th and was a big success, fun was had by all!
Glendo Elementary students held an election of their own on November 8th. Waifer cookies were the big winner in an upset over Oreo cookies who were thought to be the obvious choice!
In an effort to improve system practices, Platte County School District #1 is conducting a Parent Survey of our academic services. We value your opinion and ask that you take the time to complete this survey.
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The Spanish translation of the free and reduced lunch form is now available. For the Spanish instructions and eligibility, please click here. For the Spanish application for the free and reduced lunch program, please click here.
Colton Roark showing his bridge design after it held more than 500 grams of mass. Students competed against each other in STEM class attempting to design a bridge that would hold more weight than a fellow competitor's.
Thank you to Bob Hytrek for the pumpkins donated to the Kindergarten class!
Birthday girl Kierra gets to wear the birthday hat at lunch.
Thanks to the PTO for the hot dogs at the open house, they were enjoyed by all!!!
PCSD#1 is now making it easier for parents to apply for free and reduced lunches. The free and reduced lunch application is available online. Log on to your PowerSchool parent account, click on the top right link that states "to register your student for the 2016-2017 school year click here". This will take you to another page where you will click on the lunch application. It is above the list of your students. If you have problems logging on to your PowerSchool, contact the office of the registrar, 307-322-3175 X 5026.
Please click here to view the eligibility requirements for the free and reduced lunches.
Glendo 8th graders Brook Sanborn, Eli Sanders, Jared Meredith and Clay Ayers toured UW and had a great time.
Congrats to our Glendo winners of the Farm Bureau Ag Books for Kids contest. Carter Whitaker was the 1st place winner in the poster category, Tess Palen won first place in creative writing and Anne Buller was 3rd in the Creative Writing.
Art Symposium blue ribbon winners Kaylee Jacobson and Josh Glover pose with their award winning art projects.
Glendo Elementary Students celebrated Earth Day with a nice walk around town, collecting trash along the way.
Glendo Elementary Students celebrated national cookie day by baking cookies to donate to the PTO for their annual cookie sale.
The elementary students at Glendo participated in a turtle race on Monday, November 23, 2015. The turtles were made out of pizza rounds and made into a turtle; they had to have four legs, a head and a shell. A tail was optional on the shell they needed to have created a pattern. A hole was placed on the turtle so they could race it. There were three prizes for the most artistic and the fastest turtle. Anne Buller won the most artistic and C.J. Miller won for the fastest turtle.