Students Present Their Discoveries at the Academic Fair

The 2015 Academic Fair on Thursday, May 21, exceeded all expectations with a dazzling display of well-developed and exhibited projects, demonstrations, models, and observations in every topic from arts activities to advanced scientific theories. Students were knowledgeable about their subject, equipped to communicate their discoveries, and presented expertly to the educational enthusiasts who joined the… Read more »

Excitement of Parents’ Weekend 2015

Each spring, the campus of The Glenholme School blossoms with the incredible excitement of Parents’ Weekend. It is the annual tradition where parents have the chance to bond with their children, to meet new people and become better acquainted with the school — all the while building the community. For the 2015 event, the school… Read more »

Glenholme Congratulates Tennis Captains

Glenholme is pleased to congratulate Sawyer and Travis, who have earned captain positions of the 2015 Grizzly Tennis Team; Sawyer as the Senior Captain and Travis as the Co-Captain. As a senior, Sawyer will close out his Glenholme career as the Grizzly’s knowledgeable leader and guiding force of the tennis team. Travis is a strong encouraging… Read more »

Winston! Now A Certified Therapy Dog!

In late April, students and staff of Glenholme gathered in the schoolhouse for a special celebration. Winston, Glenholme’s gregarious pug, graduated from Pet Partners and is now officially certified as a therapy dog. Winston continues to be a welcome site around campus since his introduction at just 10-months of age by his handler and Glenholme… Read more »

Student of the Month Announced

Each month the teaching faculty of Glenholme present the Student of the Month award to the one exemplary student for their academic gains as well as their good citizenship and leadership qualities. In a morning assembly on Wednesday, May 6, Jake was publicly acknowledged for his many commendable qualities.   As Glenholme’s all-around outstanding student,… Read more »

Glenholme supports Autism Speaks 5K Walk in Waterbury

Students of Genholme joined the Autism Speaks Walk in Waterbury, Connecticut on May 9, 2015. Autism is the fastest growing developmental disorder and nearly three thousand united for the effort. Glenholme staff and students spurred on the walk participants and the crowd at the start, which was in Liberty Park, with informational signs and cheers… Read more »

Glenholme Supports Multiple Sclerosis Walk in Litchfield

Students of The Glenholme School joined volunteers of the MS Walk in Litchfield, Connecticut in late April. As water station workers, they carried the supplies from the Litchfield Green to their official station, handed out water to the thirsty walkers, cheered on the participants as they walked, and also cleaned up the station and returned… Read more »

Glenholme Celebrates Teachers

It’s a very special time of year! It’s Teacher Appreciation Week! At Glenholme, we celebrate our teachers for they are extraordinary individuals who take teaching and caring for young people to heart. Held in conjunction with the national Teacher Appreciation Week, May 4 – 8, the teaching faculty members of Glenholme were greeted with displays… Read more »

Glenholme Commends Nursing Staff Members

During Nurses Appreciation Week and all through the year, The Glenholme School is proud to celebrate the role nurses play in providing the highest level of quality care to students. Held in conjunction with the National Nurses Week 2015, one of our nationís largest health care events, the observance at Glenholme began on May 6…. Read more »

Glenholme Students Celebrated for Volunteer Efforts

Volunteer work gives young people the chance to learn and grow through meaningful involvement with others. Students of The Glenholme School are enthusiastic to volunteer on campus and in the local community and in mid-April, they were honored for their regular charitable efforts at Candlewood Valley Health and Rehabilitation Center (CVHRC). As a popular Wednesday… Read more »