IDOE's Literacy Center is pleased to announce the 72 awardees for the competitive 2023-2024 Science of Reading Grant. This competitive grant opportunity is designed to support state-accredited schools that serve students in kindergarten through grade three and whose educators are interested in implementing evidence-based practices aligned with science of reading and Indiana's Priorities for Early Literacy. JGSC was awarded $150,000 to use for training and curriculum aligned with SoR. This is the maximum award for a district of this size.
John Glenn High School will be having an open weight room on Monday and Wednesday evenings from 7:00-9:00 PM in the weight room at John Glenn High School. This is open to anyone in the John Glenn Community. The first night will be on Wednesday 1/18/2023. We will run this until the end of the school year. A waiver will need to be signed to utilize the weight room.
North Liberty Elementary 6th Grade teacher Emily Batton was recognized by the Indiana Department of Education on September 9, 2022 at the first Indiana Educational Excellence Awards Gala.
Emily was given the Excellence in Leading and Learning Award for earning the most professional growth points through the Indiana Learning Lab. This state recognition for her personal efforts included a check for $5,000. In total, the Department of Education awarded up to $4.6 million to individuals and school corporations across the state.
“Indiana’s educators bring passion and energy to classrooms across the state - and it’s important that we celebrate them with that same passion and energy,” said Dr. Katie Jenner, Indiana Secretary of Education.
“I am very honored and humbled to have received the Excellence in Leading and Learning Award from the Indiana Department of Education. The IN Learning Lab invigorated my enthusiasm for teaching through its outstanding course content. I love being an educator and feel passionate about my commitment to always improving myself,” said Emily Batton.
Two Programs featuring Art & Crafts, Reading, Games, Math, Homework Help, STEM, Career Exploration, Fun, Sports, and Play:
- Before School Care: M-F at 6am. Cost is $35. per week.
- Strive After-School Care: M-F 2:45pm-6pm. This is free of charge.
In-Person Registration will be Tuesday, July 26th from 3PM-7PM at John Glenn High School.
Click here for Kindergarten/New Student Registration Information
The Falloween Dates have been announced. Enjoy the Falloween Festivities! Food, Games, Rides, and More!
Come out to support the John Glenn High School Class of 2023 while enjoying your Falloween Favorites.
Details will posted soon. Visit the Falloween Website to keep up with new and updated information.
Great news from the St. Joe County Public Library! All John Glenn students, teachers, and staff can now get a library card! You don't have to live in Saint Joseph County. Here is a list of what you information you provide when signing up:
- Last 4 numbers of your social security number
- eMail Address (students can use their school eMail address)
- Proof that you attend JG Schools. This could be a picture ID or a copy of their report card.