Holiday Giving at Glenholme

At Glenholme, the character values of community service and philanthropy are part of everyday life for students. At this time each year, Glenholme adopts one or two local families in need of extra holiday cheer. In the Adopt-a-Family effort, staff members purchase gift items on each family’s wish list. To supplement the direct gift-giving from… Read more »

Glenholme Good Citizen Recognized

Faculty award Student of the Month for December On Tuesday, December 8, the teaching faculty of Glenholme acknowledged Jiliann as Student of the Month. Before an assembly of all her peers in the new gymnasium, each teacher took his or her turn complimenting the praiseworthy qualities which earned her the special honor. Since her enrollment… Read more »

Glenholme Clinical Director Marc Bonaguide Interviewed by Lon Woodbury of LATalk Radio

After the success of “5 Structured Social Coaching Tips for Parents and Caregivers of Children with Autism” in the Ask the Experts section of Autism Society of American, Glenholme Clinical Director Marc Bonaguide was interviewed by Lon Woodbury of LATalk Radio and K4HD. Their topic: “Can you teach social skills?” The answer: Yes. Social Coaching… Read more »

Glenholme Students Acquaint the Audience with Ol’ Friends

In late November, a Glenholme audience watched their ol’ friends take the stage in The Center for the Arts. The musical performance of “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” was a charming, virtuoso display of theatrical skills with meticulous, astute and finely developed bravura performances by an elite cast. In the near five decades since… Read more »