BUG Honor Roll certificates were presented by Kiwanis for those students at the irle School bringing up their grades between the first and second grading period. Fourth grade students were Serenity Archdale, Ella Clark (absent), Knoxsen Harris, Carson Hoerl (absent), Whit Ozark, Emmalyn Schaefer, and Parker White. Fifth grade students were Anders Aune, Vernon Hetrick, Ava Nickels, Campbell Youngman and George Zumbuhl. Ice Cream provided by Kiwanis was served by Builders Club students Saunten Gamas and Bethany Bras with their advisor Nicole Boos. Kiwanis Preident. Wade Sundby, and Kiwanis Secretary Dr. charles Wilson presented the awards printed by the Glasgow Chamber of Commerce. Kiwanis International is a worldwide service organization emphasizing serving children, and BUG is one of those programs.
18 days ago, Wade O. Sundby
Bug club
Bug club
Bug Club
A shout-out to the Glasgow High School Teachers. There are 106 high school students (almost 50% of our student body) enrolled in Dual Credit classes because of our teachers' dedication. Thank you for continuing your education and working with Dawson Community College to enable the concurrent dual credits to be a reality.
21 days ago, Wade O. Sundby
Shout out to Staff!
The Glasgow School District will have a late start Monday Jan 22, 2024. School will start for staff and students at 10:00 am. Buses will run their route, exactly 2 hours later than usual.
about 1 month ago, Wade O. Sundby
Late Start
Glasgow School District Families, at 9:15 PM we received reports of emails sent to employees regarding attacks to our schools by an individual representing a terror organization in the Middle East. This message has been sent to across the state. The Glasgow Police Department has determined that this message is a hoax. Normal school tomorrow.
about 1 month ago, Wade O. Sundby
Parents of GMS and GHS Student Athletes....Did you Monday night's All-Sports Parent Meeting? Watch the full video in the link below to satisfy requirements for the 2023-24 school year. Remember if you missed a Fall sport specific meeting with the Head Coach you will need to contact that coach before the 1st day of scheduled practice! https://www.loom.com/share/e65eef1c6d1847169fcb358ddc972efa?sid=2bd76636-8263-44af-aac5-b744b89be309
7 months ago, Glasgow Scotties
MHSA
**Parents of ALL incoming Student-Athletes in Grades 6 thru 12** We will be using DragonFly again this school year. ALL paperwork will be handled through the online portal. We will NOT accept any hard copies at the schools, this includes athletic physicals. You can fill out athletic physical paperwork in the portal, print, and bring it to your child's apppointment. You will need to submit the completed athletic physical into your child's DragonFly account after the apointment. If you are a returning user on this platform; just sign-in and begin submitting ALL required paperwork for the 2023-24 school year. MAKE SURE TO SELECT CURRENT 2023-24 School Year: https://www.dragonflymax.com/ If you are a NEW parent please follow these specific instructions to create a DragonFly Account: https://drive.google.com/.../1rXUU5118v4hrFUMMgQ6WPl.../view
8 months ago, Glasgow Scotties
DragonFly
Catch up with the latest student stories, events, and news updates. It's everything Glasgow Public Schools, in your pocket. If you haven't already, download the app! Download for Android https://bit.ly/3NrJNiX Download for iPhone https://apple.co/3yos1ZD
about 1 year ago, Glasgow Public Schools
January 17, 2023 Glasgow Schools provides an opportunity for community members to share their talents and expertise through the Adult Education Program. Any individuals willing to instruct an evening class are invited to contact Wade Sundby - Superintendent, (wsundby@mail.glasgow.k12.mt.us) to get started. Interested community members are encouraged to participate by contacting the instructor or calling the school to register. Quarterly fees are $20 per person; however, senior citizens are not charged the participation fee. Additional material costs may be required for project-based classes. The Adult Education Program offers one session. The winter quarter begins mid-February. Please contact Glasgow School District and ask for Wade Sundby if you would like more information or to register for a class at 406-228-2406 or wsundby@mail.glasgow.k12.mt.us. Compensation to teach a course will be $20.00 an hour. Sincerely, Wade O. Sundby Superintendent
about 1 year ago, Wade O. Sundby
Reminders: The Irle School doors do NOT open until 7:35 AM for breakfast students. Also, please be mindful of the change in temperature. We will be going outside during winter weather; please make sure your child is properly equipped for the school day.
over 1 year ago, Wade O. Sundby