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WELCOME TO THE NEST
 


Glade Elementary 
           "High Performing School"          

 2014-2015

K-6 Grades

Lisa Ishee, Principal

990 Hwy 15 South, Laurel, MS 39443

Office: 601-428-4265

Fax: 601-425-5690

    NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

August 6th: Back to School

 

Enjoy your summer!!!!

May Bash Fun at Glade!!!

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Happy Retirement!!!

We will miss you both!!

Ms. Gully and Ms. Roberts

Fuel Up to Play60

Glade's nurse, Shawn Smith, and our Cafeteria Manager, Janel Panlowski, teamed up with the "Fuel Up to Play60" to work on a grant that gave our school money to help purchase items for healthy living. Glade received $3,810 to buy soccer equipment and provide healthy snack choices for our students. Students can log on to www.fueluptoplay60 to sign up and "GET ACTIVE"!!

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Students of the Month for February 2015

Students of the Month for March 2015

Bus Students of the Month for February and March

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Third Grade Recognizes

"ARBOR DAY"!!

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Parent of the Year 2014-2015: Ms. Joni Huckins

Ms. Huckins has been chosen as Glade's Parent of the Year for 2015. Gracie Mae Conrad, a second grade student at Glade, is her granddaughter. She has dedicated many hours at our school. She helps with all PTO activities and many school sponsored activities. Ms. Joni is a member of the Schoolwide Title One Committee as well as PTO. She is always available to help out in any way and she is always happy to do it. We appreciate all of her hard work and dedication.

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Ollie The Otter Visits Glade

Children in Glade's kindergarten and first grade s now know about a new Mississippi booster seat law after a visit from a delightful furry mascot named Ollie Otter. The law requires that children ages 4 – 7 must be in booster seats if they are under 4’9” tall or under 65 pounds. Ollie Otter taught them that they “otter” buckle up. On Tuesday, February 24, Mississippi Safety Services brought the brain injury prevention program to Glade students.

 

"Jones County Schools' Teacher of the Year"

 

Ms. Penny Wilkerson was chosen as Glade's Teacher of the Year. She then was chosen as Jones County's Teacher of the Year for 2014-2015!! We appreciate Ms. Wilkerson's hard work and dedication to the students of Jones County!!

 

BREAKFAST WITH SANTA AT GLADE

Breakfast with Santa is an annual fundraiser sponsored by Glade's Junior Beta Club. Dawson Holder, president, is "taking names and checking them twice" for Santa. Ms. Ishee, principal, and Chloe Lyons, vice-president, are help Liam Mann, a first grader, make his reindeer food for Santa's reindeer. The students also enjoy donuts and milk with Beta students.

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November Students of the Month

December Students of the Month

Bus Students of the Month November and December

 

 

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Bus Safety Poster Contest Winner

J. Zimmer, a kindergartener at Glade, won the Kindergarten division of our Bus Safety Poster Contest. J. Zimmer was awarded $100 to share with his family. Congratulations!!!

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4th Grade Platinum and Gold Card Holders

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5th Grade Platinum and Gold Card Holders

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6th Grade Platinum and Gold Card Holders

Outstanding Achievement

Blaine Stokes, Lara Wright and Kennedy Brooks all scored ADVANCED on ALL 3 MCT2 tests last year!!! Way to Go!!!

 

Glade's Jr. Beta Club: Serving Others

The Glade Jr. Beta Club recently inducted new members and elected officers for the 2014-2015 school year. The Glade Jr. Beta Club participates in several service projects throughout the year. This month, the club is collecting canned foods for the Salvation Army in preparation for the upcoming holidays. In only 2 weeks, the students at Glade Elementary filled up two barrels with a variety of canned foods. Officers pictured with the barrels are Chloe Lyons (Vice President), Dawson Holder (President), Kennedy Brooks (Chaplain), and Lara Wright (Historian).

 

  PTO/Parent University

Glade's first PTO/Parent University was a huge success.  Teachers planned sessions to inform parents of our Common Core expections and everyday classroom lessons.  We had a variety of sessions for the parents to choose from.  Thanks to everyone who came out and supported our teachers and school!!

  

 

Parent Information

  

     Click Here: Common Core For Parents

           

Attendance Trophy

Each week the grade level that has the highest         percentage% of attendance will receive the "Golden A" Trophy!!  Be at school ON TIME and NO EARLY CHECKOUTS!!!

 

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Thank You to Jones County's Southern Baptist Association for donating much needed school supplies for the students at Glade Elementary.  You all are truly a blessing to us!!

 

 

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Ms. Roberts' Kindergarten class reading and writing during center time.

 

Mrs. Vicki Johnson’s sixth grade reading/language class, after reading the novel Hoot by Carl Hiaasan, completed research projects on endangered animals. The novel was about the burrowing owl, which is on the list of protected animals. Each student chose an animal to research from an abbreviated list of protected animals. Students had to write an essay describing the animal and telling about its status as a protected animal. The students also had to present a visual aid. Some students did PowerPoints, some did poster boards, and some did dioramas representing their animals. Mrs. Johnson’s students learned a lot about these animals and what makes them endangered.

 

 

 

                       

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Bus Safety is Very Important!!! Look and Listen!!!!

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Please visit our district website to view our school report card.

www.jones.k12.ms.us

schoolreportcard.com

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