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  • Daily Announcement for October 21, 2021

    Fun Fact of the Day:

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    Student Announcements  

    Congratulations to all 8th graders for doing a great job and giving your best effort on the PSAT!
    FINAL TICKET SALES will be Friday during Rec for the Halloween Social.
    There will be costume prizes for the most original, scariest and funniest. 
    There will be a raffle prize and a prize for the best Jack-O-Lantern!
    Students need to have their school ID and the $4 fee. 
    Builders Club Members: the next all-member meeting is next Monday 10/25 after school in the LIT.  
    We are also looking for a few extra volunteers to help us cheer on Spartan runners during the pumpkin run this Sunday.
     If you are interested in helping, please see Mrs. Picicco or Ms. Sedlacek ASAP.
    Board Game/Trading Card Club meets 
    TODAY after school in Room 219, all grades are welcome.
    Award-winning author Padma Venkatraman, author of The Bridge Home and Born Behind Bars, 
    had a virtual visit with some of our 7th grade classes on Tuesday. 
    Signed copies of both of her books can be purchased now through Friday, October 29th. 
    Download an order form from the library website, or stop by the library for a paper copy.
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    Parent Announcements


    Halloween Social Details:

    The social runs from 7-9PM on Friday, October 22nd (6th grade)

    and Saturday, October 23rd (7th grade).

    Students need a ride to and from the social at Glen Crest. Students may arrive late, but they will NOT be allowed to leave the social before 9PM. Drop off and pick up are at the door. For security reasons, parents will not be allowed inside. Remind your child to bring their ticket and school ID, no costumes with weapon props allowed and leave coats at home. Face masks are required for all students. Only 6th graders on Friday  and 7th graders on Saturday with a ticket and possessing a student ID will be admitted. 


    Support all CCSD 89 music programs by joining D89 Music Boosters

    The Music Boosters is a volunteer organization that supports all CCSD 89 music programs. Individuals or families can sign up at the Boosters website: or, families can print out the membership form and return it to the school. Checks should be made payable to “D89 MBA”. More info:


    Community members can donate blood November 3 at Glen Crest

    The next blood drive will be 2 to 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, November 3, at Glen Crest Middle School, 725 Sheehan Avenue, Glen Ellyn. The community is welcome to donate.

    Sign up at:

    You can learn more about donating blood at Future blood drives are scheduled for Glen Crest on January 19, 2022; March 16, 2022; May 11, 2022; August 24, 2022; and November 2, 2022.



    If you are picking you student up early from school, please sign them out on the sign out sheet that is located between the front doors.  Students will be called down.  Please help remind them not to just leave, they need to scan their ID's in the main office before they leave.  If they are coming back to school, parents do not need to walk them in, students will check in at the main office and scan their ID's back in. 


    Did your student forget something at home?

    If your child forgets something at home, you can drop it off at school if it is essential. There are bins in the front entrance for each grade level. Students can check those bins during a passing period or during lunch. We cannot disrupt class every time a student forgets something.

    We all forget things once in a while, however if your student is chronically forgetting things, it may be helpful to pack up backpacks the night before to avoid the morning rush. Once routines are established, sometimes, the best way to help them be prepared is to let them experience the natural consequences of being unprepared once or twice.

    If it is a forgotten lunch, all students can receive a free hot lunch. There is no need to bring a lunch to school.


    Drop off and Pick up 

    If you live close enough for your student to walk to and from school, please let them do that! There are crossing guards on duty to help them cross the roads safely.

    A reminder about drop off and pick up, please pull forward in the drop off lane as far as you can before your student exits or enters your car. This helps keep traffic moving and prevents traffic backing up down Sheehan. All students should be dropped off and picked up in the lane in front of Glen Crest along Sheehan (see photo below).

    Please do not enter the school lot during arrival and dismissal unless your child needs special assistance or you have a reason to come to the office. Also, please pay attention to the crossing guards and help us keep all of our students safe!

    During dismissal, you may want to consider arranging a meeting place with your student on one of the side streets around Glen Crest. this may save you time in the drop off lane and help with traffic.




    October 18: Board of Education meeting

    October 20: Glenbard Parent Series: Helping Distracted Students Organize

    October 21: Glenbard Parent Series: el proceso de solicitud de ingreso a la universidad

    October 26: Bilingual Parent Advisory Committee

    October 27: Evening conferences for middle school

    November 3: Blood drive at Glen Crest, 2-6 p.m.

    November 4: Evening conferences for middle school

    November 11: First trimester ends



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