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Students in Mrs. Smith's 3rd grade class created their Personal Mission Statements for their Leadership Notebooks. #webelieveinGES
Preschool started August 22 in MCPS. Glasscock students are ready for the solar eclipse. Mrs. Betty Benningfield and Mrs. Lee Morgeson are practicing giving high fives with their paw prints for Bulldog Day. #webelieveinGES Students choose what emoji describes them on the first day of school. Learning hallway procedures at Glasscock Elementary Glasscock Elementary School 2017-2018 Administration: Annette Dennison, Counselor; Angie Akers, Principal and Matthew Reed, Assistant Principal. #webelieveinGES Office staff: Amy Newton, FRC Director; Jean Garrett, Bookkeeper; Sherry VanWhy, Secretary and Kristy Smith, Nurse. #webelieveinGES 2017-2018 Special Area Team: Betty Benningfield, Read To Achieve; Lee Morgeson, Library Media Specialist; Sarah Lockard, Arts & Humanities; Angela Burke, Science and Talbin Overstreet,  Physical Education. #webelieveinGES GES Lunchroom Staff: Martha Willard, Mary Ann Livers, Mary Margaret Stumph, Mary Harmon, Karen Kirkland, Deborah Martin and Lisa Carrico. #webelieveinGES Instructional Assistants: Marty Simpson, Beth Adams, Lynn Sallee and Mary Ann Blair. #webelieveinGES ECE Team: Lori Milby, speech; Michelle Morris, ECE; Kim Mudd, ECE; Michael Wright, PASS and Alicia Kelly, interventionist. #webelieveinGES 5th grade team: Kellie Wise, Jenna Buckler and Daily Goatley. #webelieveinGES 4th grade team: Jessica Veatch, Amanda Carrico and Cheyenne Craig. #webelieveinGES 2017-2018 3rd grade team: Karen Nelson, Abby Smith and Lena Murphy. #webelieveinGES 2nd grade team: Sydney Cox, Patrick Gribbins, Josie Lyon and Ashley Green. #webelieveinGES 2017-2018 1st grade team: Josie Lyons, Ara Tungate, Kelly Rawlings & Patti Davis. #webelieveinGES Kindergarten team: Ruby Veatch, Melissa Hutchins, Denise Edelen, Jamie Smothers, Ashley Thomas and Lou Ann Thompson. #webelieveinGES GES new faculty: Michelle Morris, ECE; Patrick Gribbins, 2nd grade; Jenna Buckler, 5th grade; Josie Lyon, 1st/2nd grade and Cheyenne Craig, 4th grade. #webelieveinGES Getting ready for back to school at Glasscock Elementary. Summer feeding at Glasscock's Adventures in Music Camp. Creative learning at Glasscock Participants of Glasscock's Summer Fun Camp. Stumming the ukulele at Glasscock's Summer Fun Camp. GES 4th & 5th grade students lead the school during our Morning Meeting. #bulldogsareleaders #glasscockelementary Mrs. Schlosser is presenting a Louisville Slugger to Mrs. Akers for GES becoming a Proficient School. #glasscockbulldogs #proficientschool Glasscock Elementary was presented with their FIRST EVER Proficiency Banner!!! #glasscockbulldogs #proficientschool Congratulations GES!

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Eli Bright Local media features preschool student's inspiring story The Lebanon Enterprise has been following the inspiring story of Eli Bright since his birth. Monday marked Eli's first day of preschool at Glasscock Elementary School and the Lebanon Enterprise was on hand to document the achievement. Click here to read about Eli's story. Read More
Put this on your calendar Upcoming Events Upcoming events: Sept. 1: Student of the Month Luncheon Sept. 4: No school Sept. 5-15: MAP Testing Window Sept. 11: SBDM 5:00... Sept. 15: BULLDOG DAY (wear GES shirt or blue or white) Sept. 18-22: Book Fair Sept. 18-22: Grandparent's Week (schedule to be sent home at later date) Sept. 18: Donuts with Dads Sept. 19: Pig Pen Relay for ... Read More
Volunteer Power School Volunteer If anyone is interested in volunteering in our classrooms or school please contact Mrs. Sherry VanWhy, our school secretary, at 270-692-3223. She will send a background check home with your child. After you complete the background check form please return it to the school. There is no cost to the background check and it takes about 3 weeks for ... Read More
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