Safe Routes to School at Glennwood ES

Glennwood Elementary Safe Routes to School Champions, Ingrid Rogan and Marishyl Ford, made a video of students talking about why walking and biking to school is fun and important. They showed the video at their last community circle to encourage new students to join in the fun. Take a look and get encouraged to walk or bike your children to school.

For more information on Decatur’s Safe Routes to School program, click here.

Glennwood Ringers Holiday Concert at Beacon Terrace

On Thursday December 10th at 10:00am, Glennwood Elementary School’s Chime Choir performed a holiday routine at the Beacon Terrace. The third graders, led by music teacher Tanya Rodriguez’ performed four songs for the crowd consisting of police officers, school administrators, active living staff and parents. 

The tone chimes were purchased with a grant from the Decatur Education Fund.

It was an excellent show!!

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Glennwood Ringers

Take an Early Morning Walk and Get to Know Some Great Children!

Glennwood Elementary School “Safe Routes to School” program is seeking adults who would like to walk with children approximately one mile from Allen Wilson Terrace to Glennwood School. The school “Champions” (parents who organize the school’s Walk and Roll to School) are aiming to organize walks twice a week: Walking Wednesday and Fun Fridays. Six adult volunteers are needed each morning. Volunteers will meet the children at 7am, and the walk to school takes less than 30 minutes You could help out as often as able – once a week, once a month, etc. And you get to wear your very own Orange Vest!!

If you are interested or would like more information, contact Lisa Coronado at glennwoodwalkstoschool@gmail.com.

Interested in knowing more about Decatur’s Safe Routes to School Program? Click here.