323 Penrose San Angelo, TX 76903 PHONE: (325) 659-3657

We still have yearbooks available! You can purchase your Glenmore Yearbook for $15 (check or cash) this week during supply pick-up & device drop off.

Glenmore Elementary End of the School Year Supply Pick Up and Device Drop Off

  • 5th Grade: Tuesday, May 26th, 11:30—1:00 and 5:00—6:00 (Teachers and staff will be lined up around the perimeter of our school to congratulate and celebrate our 5th graders.)

Please follow these directions:

Enter circle drive on Margie Street

Exit drive – right on Margie

Right on Penrose

Right on Ft McKavitt

Right on Greer

  • Pre-K, Kinder, 1st Grade: Wednesday, May 27th, 11:30—1:00 and 5:00—6:00

  • 2nd, 3rd, 4th Grades: Thursday, May 28th, 11:30—1:00 and 5:00—6:00

Supply pick up and school returns will be made in the Margie Street circle drive. If you still have your visor tags, have them easily visible. We ask that you remain in your vehicles and enter the line with patience and grace. We want to be able to meet the needs of all our Glenmore families. If you have children in multiple grade levels, come on the day scheduled for your youngest child.

**If you have a fifth grader, come Tuesday, May 26th. We will also distribute supplies to younger siblings on this day.


  • Library books
  • Glenmore devices and chargers

In an effort to continue to provide high quality online instruction to all elementary students, SAISD will be offering free access to multiple online resources your child can utilize all summer long. These resources will be included in your child’s bag of supplies, as well as posted in your teacher’s Google Classroom and on our Glenmore website.

If you are interested in having your child participate in online summer enrichment during June and July and will still need access to a device at home, we are happy to make arrangements for you to sign a second checkout agreement to extend the period of time we will loan an SAISD device to your child. Please bring the device and charger with you to supply pick up so we can check it back out to you to use over the summer. Otherwise, we ask that you return the device to us on your designated pick-up day.

If you are rechecking a device and your child will be attending middle school in the fall or if you are moving to a different attendance zone within SAISD, we ask that you return the device to Glenmore during August registration. Obviously if you are leaving SAISD, we ask that you return our devices on you designated pick up day during the week of May 26-May 29.

Thank you, parents, for all your support, patience, grace and encouragement during virtual learning! You are amazing, and we appreciate your teamwork! Have a wonderful summer!

This is a friendly reminder for parents to check your email for your snap code and to go online and register your students for next year. Be sure to check your junk/clutter/spam mail for the snap code.

If you do not have an email, please call the school office at: 325-659-3657 and they can assist you.

Parents, if you are having trouble scanning documents to upload for registration, there are three FREE apps you can download that will allow you to scan and upload documents very simply: Adobe Scan, CamScan or the Notes App if you have an iPhone.

A Special Video Message from our SAISD Librarians

Count the Ways (By SAISD Elementary Librarians) .mp4

Teacher of the Year

“My name is Tabi Farmer but my students call me Coach. I have been blessed to be the physical education teacher at Glenmore Elementary for the past 4 years. Prior to that, I was the elementary PE teacher, Varsity Softball Coach, Junior High Basketball Coach and Assistant Varsity Volleyball Coach at Grape Creek ISD. I always knew I wanted to be a coach because of the influence my coaches had on my life. I enjoyed my time at the high school level but I discovered my passion was at the elementary level. I love the opportunity to influence students when they are young, fresh and excited to try new things. I love presenting various sports, outdoor activities, fitness initiatives and then watching their faces light up! I know if I can plant the seed now and make physical activity enjoyable, they can carry the joy for physical activity throughout their life.

My students inspire me daily to be the best PE teacher I can be. When I think back on my school years, I do not remember the grades I made or my test scores. I remember my teachers and the events they hosted for us. I remember laughter, being on the morning show, team activities, the smell of my crayon box, walking down the hallway in our Shakespeare outfits, and the games we played.

My goal as a teacher is to impact students’ lives in a positive and encouraging manner through healthy and exciting enrichment activities during school, as well as hosting after school events that involve their entire family.

During the school year, I have enjoyed helping with our Family Ninja Dash event that raised over $12,000 for our school and allowed our Glenmore family’s to complete in a American Ninja Dash themed obstacle course. By building the course, organize registration and awarding prizes, we were allowed to motivate students and families in a healthy fun way that allowed them to create a lifetime of memories. The Ninja Dash provide extra funding to support our STEM lab, technology in the classroom and extra resource material for all teachers. I have planned a Family Fitness Night, which provided multiple fitness activities hosted by our community health clubs and gave our families a chance to gather a variety of information from different health vendors. I have also enjoyed helping with our pep rallies, kids heart challenge, garden club, Little Olympics, and our favorite... Watermelon Camp (Field day)!

My hope as a PE teacher is to influence students to live mental and physical healthy lifestyles. I love giving my students a chance to create healthy memories while in the gym by planning lessons that spark their interest and motivate them on a personal level. I think it is extremely important for me to impact them in a fun, educational way now as children so they will continue to carry on the lessons throughout life.

I consider myself a visionary leader who is willing to do everything possible to ensure that all students are given the opportunity to be successful and the mindset to be life long learners.”

-Coach Farmer

Call Mrs. Gould at 659-3657 ext. 100 about a device

SAISD Technology Device Checkout Agreement

SAISD Tech Device Checkout Agreement.pdf

Continuous updates can be found at the SAISD website with more resources as needed as well here: RESOURCES FOR REMOTE LEARNING.


During this unprecedented time in our community, we wanted to make you aware of resources that may be helpful to you or someone you know.

We know it’s tough when your child’s routine is changed, especially when it happens unexpectedly. Sometimes that can lead to worry and anxiety or maybe your child has a million questions. As a parent, it can be difficult to know how to provide reassurance and address questions when it seems like there’s still so much that isn’t clear yet.

Check out the links below to help as you continue to address your child’s needs:

West Texas Counseling and Guidance is currently open and tele-counseling with patients. First Consultation is free for SAISD students. 325-944-2561

As we temporarily move to online learning, please remember that you can still report instances of cyberbullying at “Stay Alert.” 1-206-406-6485

Starting Monday, March 23rd, San Angelo ISD buses will be parked at 23 locations throughout San Angelo providing Wifi service to support students' internet needs.

From 11:00am - 12:30pm, SAISD will provide free grab-and-go breakfast and lunch meals at five campus locations for students 18 and under.

Turn your collection sheets or loose box tops to your child's classroom teacher!

The Six Pillars of Character

The Six Pillars of Character® are: Trustworthiness, Respect, Responsibility, Fairness, Caring and Citizenship. Using these pillars in this specific order and using the acronym “T.R.R.F.C.C.”(terrific), helps kids remember each character trait.

Each of The Six Pillar of Character® traits are used within our CHARACTER COUNTS!® program to help instill a positive school climate and a “culture of kindness”, making schools a safe environment for students to learn.

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At Glenmore, it is very important to us that our Parents and Guardians are aware of the progress that their child is making in class. By clicking on the image, you will have access to your child's grades through HomeAccess! Thank you for all you do for your child and helping us create the leaders of tomorrow!!

The HomeAccess for Partents is available by clicking here.

To request a Home Access Center (HAC) Account, please contact us at (325) 659-3657 and have the following information available:

• Your student's legal name, birth date, grade level, and student ID (If you have multiple children in SAISD that you would like access to monitor grades, please list each student and their info.)

• Your name and relationship to student(s)

• Your contact information (address, phone, email address that you wish SAISD use to send you alerts, etc.)

Note: This information is important to insure security. You may submit your request for an account at any time.

School Hours

7:35am -3:00pm

First Bell: 7:35am

Tardy Bell: 7:45am

Dismissal Bell: 3:00pm

Lunch Times

PreK 10:30am

KG 10:45am

1st 11:00am

4th 11:15am

3rd 11:30am

2nd 11:45am

5th 12:05pm