323 Penrose San Angelo, TX 76903 / Tel: (325)659-3657 / Fax: (325) 657-4086 / Grades: PK - 5

Fun Run 2019


6:00pm - 8:00pm

Glenn Orchestra Registration

5th grade registration will take place this Thursday, April 25 from 6:00pm - 8:00pm in the Glenn Orchestra Hall.

You can click HERE and watch the videos to help your student choose the instrument they would like to play.

San Angelo ISD will soon be launching a new communication tool called "Peachjar" to distribute electronic flyers to parents through email and the web. Click here to access the Glenmore Newsletter.

April 25 / 5:30pm - 7:00pm

San Angelo Stadium

Run a celebration lap then participate in activities provided by local organizations. Parents, this is your opportunity to find out about summer activities offered around the community.

WHO: All kids K-6 who want to participate, teachers and families. Everyone is invited regardless of number of miles completed.

Click HERE for more info!

School Dance

Here is a video of our school dance for this year. Have fun learning and practicing the dance at home!

Parents Matter

These are the factors in childhood that predict success later in life.

Glenmore Elementary Achieving Exemplary Ratings

Parent Involvement Policy & Student Compact

SAISD Student Success Compact

Parent Policy (English)

Parent Involvement

August 26 - September 6

(K - 5th) during Music & PE

radKIDS® provides educational tools and resources that enhances the ability of children, parents, and families to utilize knowledge, skills, and power to protect themselves from violence and harm.

If your family does not have the radKIDS Family Safety Manual or misplaced the one you received, you can download it here!

Serious & Sensitive Topic

Every year thousands of children are abused, mistreated and found missing in incidents that can be avoided through education and training. Although parents realize how important it is for their children be taught critical safety skills, they often don't know how to initiate the necessary training. “Sam's Secret” is the answer.

We will conclude our radKID program by reading the story, “Sam’s Secret” to the kids.

"Sam's Secret" is a children's book written to facilitate parent / child discussions on the very sensitive topic of sexual assault and abuse.

“Sam's Secret” talks with kids about the importance of telling a trusted adult if someone tries to hurt them. Its intended purpose is to help children learn and remember critical safety tips that apply to the dangers of sexual abuse and assault.

"Through this book, we hope all children, especially those who have been abused or assaulted, will hear and know some very important things: No one has the right to hurt them; If they are hurt, that they are not alone and it's not their fault; and it's OK to tell," says Lisa M. Taub, author of Sam's Secret.

Home Access Center

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 at https://homeaccess.saisd.org/homeaccess/

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.

FIT TIP: Sing Your Heart Out

Stop talking and start singing! Studies show the benefits of singing your heart out are incredible! Whether you are enjoying a sing- along in the shower or with friends on a karaoke machine, each time you make a joyful noise, you are enhancing your health.

In addition to an aerobic exercise for the lungs, singing increases your well-being with each note you belt by releasing positive endorphins into your system that increase your energy level and improve your mood. Singing also reduces stress, lowers blood pressure, stimulates blood circulation and can be practiced anywhere. On your next road trip or while sitting in traffic, turn up the volume and sing along!