Glenview Gear for Sale

Glenview Gear is back! Now you can order from our online store with pick ups on Friday afternoons.  We've got new car magnets, trucker hats, baseball hats, snazzy fanny packs, long sleeve and short sleeve t-shirts and hoodies for everyone! Just click Glenview Gear Store.  You can pay online or if you would rather use cash or check you may do so at pick up.  Once you make a purchase we will be in touch with pick-up instructions. The store is open now!  If you have any questions please email glenviewgear@gmail.com. All proceeds from the sale of Glenview Gear goes directly back to Glenview Elementary.…
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After School Enrichment Program Classes

Origami Origami Mami will be offering an online class this semester for K-3. There will be a scholarship available through ASEP. Please see the link below for class info and sign-up. For scholarship info, contact ruthlabrie@comcast.net https://www.jenniferlindermanart.com/shop/origami-class-glenview-elementary-school-fall-2020 Outdoor Distanced Martial Arts and Self-defense Thursdays 3:30-4:30 Hollis Doyle Park (Emeryville) Distancing and Masks required. 5 week class: $99 September 10th-Oct 8th Taught by James Martinez Email to register: Louise@studionaga.com Check out www.studionaga.com Scholarship available through ASEP, contact ruthlabrie@comcast.net Craft Kitchen Eileen from CraftKitchen and Fun Drawing With A Pencil will be teaching several interesting classes coming up: -Fairytale Illustrations -Ancient Artifacts-Egyptian…
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Notes for Coffee with Principal Quinn

Notes from Coffee with the Principal 8/26/20 The presentation at this week’s Coffee was about the School Site Council. Elections for parent members are coming soon. Questions: When is real instruction going to start? I feel at sea. Charter schools have started already. The plans the district put out are not engaging for kids or we are blocked from the websites they link to. There are no math workbooks. The Strong Start Plans were developed by the district so that teachers had adequate time to get training, to make sure every family has their technology in order, to plan effectively,…
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After School Program Enrollment – Adventure Time and The Learning Spot

After School Program Registration: Adventure Time We will begin accepting enrollment applications at 9:00 a.m. on May 22nd. Any applications received before these times and dates will be considered received at the end of the day on those dates.  Enrollment is limited based on safety regulations, licensing regulations, and classroom space available for the program:  https://www.adventure-time.com/enrollment   Learning Spot The Learning Spot Afterschool program is gearing up for fall registration. If you would like to join the Learning Spot family please complete an application online by following the link below: https://bacr.force.com/afterschool/s/login/?startURL=%2Fafterschool%2Fs%2F&ec=302 All applications must be complete and submitted to be…
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Questions and Answers from Principal Quinn’s Zoom Coffee with Parents

Transcription from Principal Quinn’s First Zoom Coffee on 4-6-2020 Welcome and thank you to everyone who was able to join! Thank you to the community for giving us the space to stay connected and figure out how to provide instruction. These are unprecedented times! Communication Reminder: Konstella is a parent communication board, this is not the best way to communicate with Principal Quinn. If you need to reach out to her, please email her at rachel.quinn@ousd.org Questions and Answers: Will the meeting be recorded? The meeting will be recorded; however, it will not be distributed until I understand the ramifications…
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School Closed for 2019-20 School Year

OUSD Superintendent Announces All Schools Will Remain Closed for Rest of 2019-20 School Year Oakland, CA -- Superintendent Kyla Johnson-Trammell is announcing that all Oakland Unified School District (OUSD) schools will remain closed for the remainder of this school year for in-person instruction. This is in alignment with the statement from Alameda County Superintendent of Schools, L. Karen Monroe that all K-12 schools in Alameda County remain closed for in-person instruction for the rest of the 2019-20 school year because of the coronavirus pandemic. Our students and staff will continue our continuity of education plans for the remainder of the school…
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Help the Esperanza School Community

East Oakland’s Esperanza Elementary School is Feeling Profound Impact of Coronavirus Outbreak, Leaving Most Families in Serious Need Donate: https://www.gofundme.com/f/esperanza-family-support Oakland, CA -- The staff of Esperanza Elementary School in East Oakland has created a GoFundMe campaign for the families of their school because of the devastating impact of the coronavirus shelter in place order. Principal Cristina Segura says 75% of the families at the school have lost their jobs because of the pandemic, leaving them in desperate need of resources including food. In fact, the purpose of the GoFundMe is to raise money to buy “groceries and other basic necessities”…
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