12/5: Middle School Information

Join us to get all your middle-school questions answered. A panel of middle-school students will discuss their experiences at various middle schools! This event is for parents and students. Location: Glenview, 915 54th Street Tentative Date: December 5, 2019 Time: 6 pm to 7:30 pm Middle-School Tours Edna Brewer: The Edna Brewer Middle School Tours and Outreach Committee welcomes all interested parents and guardians to come learn about our middle school. Click here to RSVP for info night on November 13 at 6pm. Click here to RSVP for the following tour dates: Tuesday, October 1, 2019 Thursday, October 24, 2019…
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12/15: Annual Holiday Craft Fair

Glenview is partnering with Edna Brewer Middle School for its annual holiday sale. The EBMS Crafts Fair brings together vendors from across the Bay Area. Come get unique handcrafted gifts, or maybe a little something for yourself. 2019 Event Details When: December 15th, 2015 11:00 am – 4:00pm Where: Edna Brewer Gymnasium VENDORS! Got something amazing to sell at the fair? Register here! SHOPPERS! Check out some of the great things you’ll find at this event by visiting EBMS's page.
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OUSD: Head Lice Fact Sheet

Reprinted from: https://www.ousd.org/cms/lib/CA01001176/Centricity/Domain/3716/Head%20Lice%20Fact%20Sheet%20%20How%20to%20Treat%20%20OUSD%20Policy.pdf OUSD Policy: Students with head lice can be in school, but care and treatment should begin immediately after head lice are found. What are head lice? • Head lice are parasitic insects that can be found on the head, eyebrows, and eyelashes of people. • Head lice feed on human blood several times a day and live close to the human scalp. • Head lice do not spread disease. • The most serious complication of lice is infection from scratching. • Head lice do not survive more than a few hours away from the body because they…
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Glenview Fun Run

Let's get our legs moving, raise money for Glenview, and get our faces painted while we are at it! Come join us for the Glenview Fun Run! RSVP: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/glenview-elementary-fun-run-tickets-80201690415 The GLENVIEW FUN RUN is fun for everyone! There will be something for our toddlers, older kids, and adults looking to test their fitness, and for those who are down to catch-up with friends & classmates, snack, face-paint, and volunteer! KIDS ONLY: at 8:30 AM, we will provide a fun warm-up and then begin the kids only races with a super short race option (about 250 meters) for our littlest runners,…
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Glenview Is Moving

Glenview is moving back to the Glenview neighborhood in summer 2020. If you are enrolled in Glenview, you do not have to re-apply. If you want to switch schools, please come to a meeting on November 12 to get your questions answered about the options process.
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Good Eggs Fundraiser

It's the second week of the Good Eggs fundraiser! And if 8 families place an order for delivery this week (10/7), we'll win Brainiac Kids yogurt to pass out at school. To join, visit schools.goodeggs.com, enter our code griffins, and place your order. We'll earn 5% back each time you shop!  
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Info Night for Incoming Kinder and TK Families

Tuesday, October 29, 6-7:30pm Glenview at Santa Fe 915 54th Street (at Market Street) Oakland 94608 Glenview Elementary in Oakland is hosting an Information Night for families of prospective kindergarteners and transitional kindergarteners at Glenview's temporary Santa Fe location. (Please note that while the Info Night will be at the temporary location, the 2020-21 school year will take place at our brand-new state-of-the-art building at 4215 La Cresta Avenue in the Glenview neighborhood.) Meet the dedicated kindergarten and TK teachers and the principal. Learn about our curriculum and enrichment programs. Visit a kinder or TK classroom in our temporary home…
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Miss Yve Talks Reading Intervention

The Griffin Fund is currently raising $128,000 to pay for important programs at Glenview. This includes our very special reading intervention program, which is paid for entirely by the Glenview parents and friends. Did you know? Reading proficiency by the end of third grade is the most critical indicator of whether a child will graduate high school, according to The Campaign for Grade Level Reading. Here is Glenview's Miss Yve to talk about Glenview's reading intervention program, now in its fifth year. Please DONATE NOW to support the program.
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