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  •   Teacher of the Year


    Dr. Denise Pennywell






    21st Century  After school program is accepting applications for its summer program.  The program will begin June 5-26, 2017.  The program is open to upcoming 2nd grade-5th grade students.  The application deadline is Monday, May 15, 2017.  Please see Mr. Daniel Walden, Site Coodinator or Ms. Burroughs, Parent Facilitator Designee for more details and an application.  Applications will will also be available in the front office for your convenience.

    *** Note: Enrollment is limited. Selected students will recieve official notification of program acceptance.  Program participation does not determine promotion or placement of students.

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    Title I Annual Parent Survey (Spring SY16-17) - Elementary Survey  

    Title I Parent Survey      


    Parents, please take the 2016-2017 Parental Involvement Spring Survey to provide important feedback to the school. 

    The confidential survey will assist Glenn Hills Elementary School and Title 1 with future planning for parental involvement activities to ensure academic achievement for Glenn Hills Elementary students for the upcoming school year.

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  • School Hours

    School Hours
    7:30 am - 2:30 pm
    Students arriving at school
    after 7:30 a.m. must report to
    the office with a parent or guardian.

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    Parents please make sure you notify the school if your contact information changes.  Thanks for your support.





    PBIS:  What Is It and How Does It Work?

    Glenn Hills Elementary School will begin utilizing Positive Behavioral Intervention Support, often referred to as the acronym PBIS. PBIS is a systemic approach to discipline that consists of school-wide expectations, consistency, consequences, and reward. Also, the goal of PBIS is to prevent the development and intensifying of problem behavior and maximize academic success for all students. Expectations will be posted throughout the school and taught to students regularly. PBIS helps to meet specific needs of students through interventions and strategies. It is aligned with the Richmond County discipline plan. A reward system or incentive program is used to encourage appropriate behaviors. PBIS information can be found at  You can contact Ms. Stephanie Ross, Administrative Intern, for more information about PBIS at GHES.


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  • Box Tops for Education


    Please save and send us your boxtops!  Help us earn money for our school.

    Please contact Mrs. Elaine Stockton, Box Top Coordinator at 706-796-4942.

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After School Programs


Primetime (sponsored by the Family Y)

Contact:  Mrs. Bell for more information

 21st Century 

 Contact:  Mr.Waldon for more information