Tuesday, August 24, 2021

November 16, 2021

Tuesday, August 24, 2021

UPCOMING EVENTS

November 15, 2021  - 7th BBB will travel to Lewis Central.  

November 15, 2021-  8th BBB will host Lewis Central.  

November 17, 2021 - 2 Hour Early 1:25 Dismissal - Professional Development.

November 18, 2021 -8th BBB will travel to Kirn.

November 28, 2021 - 7th BBB will host Kirn.  

November 22, 2021 - 7th/8th  will travel to  Harlan.  7th grade will play at the Harlan Middle School.  8th BBB will play at the Harlan Primary Gym.  

November 24 - 26, 2021 - NO SCHOOL - Thanksgiving Break.

8th Grade BBB pictures have arrived.  Please stop by the office to pick them up.  Will need to sign to get them.  

 

Booster Club Winter Store- the Booster Club has released their winter store. Due to COVID-19 there is no guarantee on delivery by Christmas but that is the plan. Deadline to order is November 18th. 

https://gleenwoodbooster2021.itemorder.com/

High School Wrestling Apparel Link- 

https://henryesp.com/pages/online-store#!/Glenwood-Wrestling/c/122347757

 

Winter Sports Apparel Items through Joe Designer

https://joe-designer.square.site/shop/30

The Glenwood Boys 7th Grade Basketball team played at Lewis Central last night, with the A team winning 49-30 and the B team playing a tough game, but falling to L.C. 22-10.  Both teams left all of their energy out there on the court.   The A team was led in scoring by Mason Camden and an all around great team defensive effort.  The B team was led in scoring by Brody Sneed with great defensive contributions by Dylan Pitzen and Jerry Jerrett.

 

 

7th grade team will be practicing at West the rest of this week, so they will need to change out in the middle school locker room, bring all of their stuff with, and then take the assigned bus over to West for practice.

 

 

It was a busy week for the 8th grade boys basketball team, starting out on Monday with an exciting, overtime victory on the road against the Atlantic Trojans.  Final score of that game was 41-36.  Leading scorers were Jack Johnson, with 18 points, and Trace Johnson, with 10.  Tuesday night, Treynor came to town, and in a hard-fought contest, the Rams came up short, losing to the Cardinals by a score of 32-23.   Leading scorers were Collin Steele, who had 10, and Jack Johnson, who had 7.  The last game of the week was another home contest against Clarinda on Thursday night.  Clarinda’s hustle, both offensively and defensively, was too much for Glenwood.  Final score of the game was 34-25.  Leading scorers were Jack Johnson with 9, and Collin Steele with 7.  Next week, The 8th Grade Rams will get a full dose of Council Bluffs, taking on Lewis Central on Tuesday at home, and traveling to Kirn Middle School Thursday.



This week was a busy opening week for the Ram 8th grade B team as they played 3 games, winning one and dropping 2. Monday the Rams dropped a hard fought 23-20 game to Atlantic. Kevin C and Xander M each scored 7 while Dayton M hit for 4 and Jaden H scored 2. Tuesday the team allowed too many offensive rebounds to the Treynor Cardinals in a 43-31 loss. Dayton M led the team with 11 pts while Xander M added 7. Kevin C chipped in 4 and Caleb S added 3. Shain P, Jaden H, and Cooper P each scored 2. Last night the Rams got the win 32-25 over the Clarinda Cardinals with their best effort as a team. Xander M hit for 8 with Jaden S scoring 7. Cooper P added 5 with Shane P and Brendon A hitting  for 3 each. Kevin C, Jaden H, and Miguel R each added 2. Keep working to improve…”

 

Message from Mrs. Stanley: Students, I appreciate that as we continue to follow the PBIS expectations and our social contracts, the majority of you are making good choices throughout the day.   These behavior choices are expected to be carried over into other aspects of school activities.  Attending activities is a privilege that may now be revoked for up to two weeks if school expectations cannot be followed during the school day.  Examples of extra curricular activities where attendance may be revoked include but are not limited to:  sporting events, fine arts concerts, plays, musicals, activity nights.

 

Student Sunshine Committee members are hosting a Rock, Paper, Scissor tournament. The entry fee into the tournament will be a food item for the Mills County Food Pantry. 

 

Students that want to participate will need to bring in a can food item Tuesday, November 9th, Wednesday, November 10th or Thursday, November 11th. YOu will turn the items in on the front table as you come in the front building. Student Sunshine members will be stationed there to help collect you items and get your name on the list. 

 

The tournament will start on November 16th and will take place in the lunch room. Mr. Starner and Mrs. Tadin will be leading the tournament. 

 

 

STUDENT SUNSHINE MEMBERS ONLY: If you signed up for can collection and put names on list, please be at the table in the front entrance by 7:45am tomorrow through thursday. If you signed up to hang flyers for this event, please report to the Student support center during Ramstime to help hang flyers throughout the school.

 

Rock Paper Scissor tournament flyer




    







Middle School Early Morning weights will start  Wednesday (November 3rd) starting at 6:45am to 7:30.   Students need to have permission slips signed by parents before they can attend.  Doors will open at 6:30am and will start promptly at 6:45am.  Students will have to dress according (PE type clothes) in order to participate in the program.  If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Starner for more information.

 

November lunch menus now available in the office.

 

A jewelry item has been turned into the office, if you are missing yours, please stop by the office to identify and claim.  











Ramily Matters

BINGO for Books

November 16, 2021  at West Elementary

Please join us at 5:30 pm on November 16th for BINGO for Books! We will be having hot dogs and chips for dinner while we play BINGO. BINGO winners will receive a book! 

If you and your family wish to participate in BINGO for Books please RSVP to the email (foutchj@glenwoodschools.org) with the number of people that will be in attendance. Please RSVP by Monday November 15th.  Hope to see you all soon! 

*Please follow Ramily Matters on Facebook*



Film Club will continue to meet Tuesday mornings at 7:30 in Mrs. Patzer's unless otherwise noted.  




If you would like to meet with Mrs. Pontefract or Mrs. Tadin, please use the link below to request an appointment.  Once the request is made we will reach out to you within the next two school days to schedule a time to meet.  If you need immediate assistance, please contact Mrs. Pontefract or Mrs. Tadin directly through email, stop by the middle school office or make a request through your teacher.  Please be aware that sometimes our schedules change and we have to rearrange the times that we meet with students.  If you have any questions, please let Mrs. Pontefract or Mrs. Tadin know.  

 

Schedule Support Appointment



Students, please do not throw away your August/September Star sheet.  You can turn them in at the Ramsway store once you've used all the Stars or you can give them to a teacher and the teacher can put them in Ms. Tadin's mailbox. You do NOT need to transfer Stars from your August/September sheet to the October sheet - just bring down both sheets to the RamsWay store.

 

 

Student Chromebook Important Notes: 

  • The Chromebook you have been issued is GCSD property. Students are responsible for any damages or missing items including the Chromebook itself, charger, tag, shell/cover & stickers. Damages must be paid for before the Chromebook is reissued to you. 
  • Do not remove keys from your keyboard. This will result in a $65 charge.  
  • Do not pick up your Chromebook by the screen. This may damage or break the screen. The charge for a replacement screen is $55. Always pick up your Chromebook with both hands from the bottom.  
  • Your Chromebook bag should only hold your Chromebook and your Chromebook charger. Over stuffing your bag may result in ruining the zipper, etc. which is considered damage. A replacement bag is $15. 
  • Keep track of your charger. Becare not to twist your cord or pick up the chromebook by the cord. This could damage the Chromebook or the charger. The cost for a replacement charger is $29.
  • Do not remove any GCSD stickers from your Chromebook, including the name on your charger. There is a $2 charge for each sticker that is removed. 
  • Do not remove the shell/cover on your Chromebook. This is to stay on at all times. The replacement cost for a shell is $15. 
  • If something is wrong with your Chromebook, please inform your teacher and take it to the main school office to Mrs. Hanson or Mrs. Miller. 
  • Always keep drinks, food and dirt away from your Chromebook. 









GCMS Activity Attendance Expectations

 

 It is a privilege to attend activity events and meeting our MS expectations and following facility rules are required to continue to be able to attend these activities.  The following are expectations for Middle School students that choose to attend Varsity activities: 

 

  • All Middle School students are to sit in the Middle School section or with their parents.

 

  •  During the National Anthem, students are to stand, remain silent and face the flag and remove any hats.  

 

  • All school rules are still in effect at these activities.  Appropriate clothing, language and behavior are required.  Failure to comply will result in removal from the facility.

 

  • Students are allowed to use the restroom or visit the concession stand; however, students are required to return to their seats immediately.  Students are not allowed to roam the facility or watch the game from the window at the high school.

 

  • Once you leave the event, you cannot return / re-enter.

 

  • Students are expected to utilize Good Sportsmanship at all times throughout the contests.  Failure to do so will result in removal from the facility.

 

 

Failure to comply with these expectations will result in suspension from attending any future activities.

 

 

Remember the purpose for attending these activities is to cheer on the RAMS.  All of our teams appreciate all of your support and want you to cheer them on.