Warmest wishes from all of us at Glenholme for a happy, healthy, and safe Thanksgiving holiday! The Glenholme School is grateful for you! Please enjoy a few of our Thanksgiving memories Just prior to the school break this year, Native American Culture was Celebrated. Last year, former Glenholme student, Emily, shared her story “Eat a Cranberry Day” along with two… Read more »
Last week performers transported their audience through the Phantom Tollbooth and to the Land of Wisdom at Glenholme. Milo, Tock, the Humbug, the Mathmagician, Gatekeeper of Dictionopolis, Wordsnatchers, the Spelling Bee, Lethargarians, the Princesses Rhyme and Reason, and the many other creative characters magically came to life on stage in the arts center. It was… Read more »
Glenholme welcomes people from across the world and enjoys the diverse philosophies and cultural experiences they bring to campus. With November being Native American Heritage Month, staff and students celebrated the culture with an incredible traditional meal of the Choctaw, who are Native American people of the South West. A kitchen staff, who is a… Read more »
Here’s a few bits of Wisdom for Wednesday November 15th. 1. Be the first person to say, “Hello!” 2. Compliment at least three people each day (even yourself) 3. Say “Please” and “Thank you” a lot 4. Think big thoughts, appreciate the tiny pleasures.