Welcome to Glyndon Elementary!

The BCPS Stakeholder Survey is now available online at http://www.bcps.org/teamBCPS/stakeholder/!
 
Feedback from students in Grades 4-12, parents, community members, and staff has helped guide school improvement, staff training, office safety, and reorganization planning. The survey is an easy way to help us improve further.
 
Please take the survey by Friday, March 3, and encourage others to share their voices!

Franklin Middle School Registration Process

A Note from the Principal, Tracy Robinson

Mrs.Robinson
We are committed to excellence in education.  We are dedicated to educating the whole child and attribute our achievement to high academic standards, an exceptional and talented faculty and staff, an effective values and behavioral program, and our phenomenal parental and community support!

Our primary focus has and will continue to be developing our students into proficient readers, developing their competencies in mathematics, and striving to create life-long learners.  As a result, our test scores demonstrate that our students are doing an outstanding job of applying academic skills and processes in meaningful ways.  Challenging our students to be the very best they can be, preparing them for the future, and ensuring their success are our top priorities.

Glyndon Elementary School is a learning community - teachers, students, administrators, and parents - dedicated to continuous progress and personal growth to model our belief that the true value of education is to create life-long learners who find joy in the learning process.

I am proud to be a part of this phenomenal teaching and learning environment where everyone, everyday, is experiencing exciting discoveries.  I encourage you to visit us so that you can experience first-hand the powerful teaching and learning that are taking place here at Glyndon Elementary School.

Tracy M. Robinson 
Principal
                                                               

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Upcoming Events

February

Honor Roll Assembly
Pre-K- Grade 2: 8:50- 9:40 A.M.
Grades 3-5: 9:50- 10:50 A.M.
February 10, 2017

Professional Development Day
3 Hour Early Dismissal
February 17, 2017

Presidents' Day- Schools Closed
February 20, 2017

March

Third Marking Period Ends 
3 Hour Early Dismissal
March 31, 2017

April

Spring Break Begins at End of School Day** 
April 7, 2017

Schools Reopen  
April 18, 2017

Report Cards Distributed 
April 20, 2017

** If four (4) or more emergency closure days are used by March 1, 2017, Spring break will be curtailed as follows: Spring break will begin at the end of classes on Tuesday, April 11, 2017, and classes will resume on Tuesday, April 18, 2017.