Revised School Hours for John Glenn Middle School
Beginning Tuesday, April 1 through Wednesday, May 28, the new school hours for John Glenn Middle School will be:
7:45 a.m. to 2:24 p.m.
The school day extension is needed to add six additional hours of instructional time back into the calendar following a sixth weather-related school cancellation in February. School hours will revert back to their original schedules from May 29 through June 6. To read the full article, including bus information and a list of adjusted hours for all district schools, click here.
Download the revised district calendar here.
**Important information regarding Spring MCA testing**
We are excited to announce we are applying for a 21st Century Community Learning Center Grant through the Minnesota Department of Education. This grant will allow us to expand our before school, after school, days off and summer programming. It will be a collaboration between Webster Elementary, John Glenn Middle School, North High School, the YMCA, Maple Pond Homes, Village Trail Townhomes and Cedarview Commons. We will keep you posted once we hear regarding the outcome of the grant. If you would like more information, please click on the link, or contact Mona Perkins at 651-748-7110. 21st Century Grant InformationJOHN GLENN DRAMA CLUB PRESENTS
"Totally Awesome '80's"
May 1st and 2nd at John Glenn Middle School
7:00pm Admission = FREE
Fuel Up to Play 60 Kick Off Breakfast
Check out the video from the John Glenn Kayaking Club Spring Break trip
Thanks to help from Jackson Kayak, Immersion Research, Astral Buoyancy and Shred Ready the John Glenn Whitewater Kayak Club successfully took 28 middle school students 13 hours down to the St. Francis River in Missouri for a 7 day paddling trip. Missouri was a refreshing break from the cold, snow and ice in Minnesota. The weather was warm and the river was at a great level for the kids. We did river rescue and swimming rapids the first day and then progressed students into section 1 and 2 of the St. Francis. All of the kids were expected to pass all their class for 2nd trimester and have no office visits to participate in the trip. All those we took would not have had the chance to experience the outdoors, the camaraderie of the group and the thrill of whitewater kayaking if it weren’t for the club and its sponsors. Already the kids who went are asking how they can earn a place in the assistant instructor program, which requires academic, behavioral and leadership excellence. Again to our sponsors, thank you.
Check out the
John Glenn Student Newspaper
Click on this link.