PowerSchool parent access is now open 24/7. Access PowerSchool to keep track of student progress, have progress report sent daily or weekly to your inbox, check attendance, and have daily school announcements sent directly to your inbox. Share the password with your child if you would like. They can then keep track of their own progress in each class.
Homework Line-630-545-5590 (Absence)
On the second day that your child is out of school you may call the homework line to obtain homwork for your child to do at home while they are out.
Be sure to call the absence line 630-858-1844 whenever your child is absent (each day) or is going to be absent due to an extended absence.
Quest Food Services
Did you know that you can add money to your child's lunch account or check what is being purchased? Click on the Quest Food Services letter below. Also, go right to the MealTime website by clicking that link.
Mr. Schrage updates the weekly schedule and provides some insight about activities at Glen Crest on his Webpage. This is the best way to keep up with what's happening. You can access this by clicking on his underlined name below the picture of Glen Crest above, going through the links on this website that indicate the principal's webpage, or clicking on the underlined link below. There are several tabs at the top that take you to different pages.
Community Service Builders Club at Glen Crest
Builders Club is a service club sponsored by Kiwanis that is similar to the high school version known as Key Club. All Glen Crest students are invited to join Builders Club and be a part of various community service projects. Mr. Hofmann is our faculty sponsor. Below is a link to his Builders Club information. Contact Mr. Hofmann at
For more information click here.
Glen Crest's Community-Business Partnerships
Glen Crest is always looking to create new community-business partnerships. We know that it takes a whole community to raise a child, but we also know that we have ways that we can give back too. Below are some of the many partnerships that help support us and that our students support as well. We are proud to call each a partner.
Meadows Assisted Living Residence, Glen Ellyn Library, People's Community Church, Kiwanis International, Junior Achievement, Apple, Feed My Starving Children, DuPage Convalescent Home, Olive Garden, Cozymels, Giordanos, Red Robin, Houlihans, Anderson's Book Store, Technology Center of DuPage, Glen Ellyn Bank and Trust, Legat Architects, Henricksen, Susan Rundle, PCA learn, American Schoolhouse Council, Ameritech, SIS-USA, Inc., Glenbard South High School, Humanitarian ServiceProject, Scarce, Maple Grove Forest Preserve,Glen Ellyn Junior Women's Club, and the Tap House in Glen Ellyn.
Glenbard Speaker Series
The Glenbard Speaker Series will again be available to parents of middle school parents. Click on the links below to go to the flyer for the event. The 2012-2013 schedule of speakers and dates are listed on the Weekly Message.
We will no longer to able to offer before or after school library hours. The aide who supervised the library during these times had a reduction of hours in her position. That reduction directly impacted before and after school library supervision. As needed, individual teachers may choose to supervise specific classes before and after school.
Did you know that you can pay for busing if you live in an area that is not bused. There are obviously some restrictions. One of which is that you have to transport your child to and from an existing bus stop. The other is that once the upper limit of seating is reached, no more students will be added to a given bus route. Below is the Board policy on fee-based busing and the request form.
We are always interested to know both where we are succeeding and areas that need additional attention. Our desire is to provide both your child and you with a great school experience. Please feel free to call us or email anyone on the Glen Crest staff.