Posts tagged with "Glennwood Elementary"

Glennwood Elementary Chime Choir performs for Decatur staff

Posted by Dena Mellick December 10, 2015

Decatur police officers, school administrators, active living staff, and parents got a special treat Thursday morning. The Glennwood Ringers, a choir of third graders from Glennwood Elementary, performed a holiday bell concert at Beacon Terrace, according to Be Active Decatur. Music teacher Tanya Rodriguez led the Chime Choir. The students¬†performed four songs for the crowd. […]

Glennwood Elementary School’s Fall Carnival this weekend

Posted by Dena Mellick October 7, 2015

Glennwood Elementary School’s Fall Carnival is this Sunday, October 11. The event is a fundraiser for the school and will include carnival games, a cake walk, and a costume contest. There will also be a “creepy cafe” with food from several area pizza joints and Skip’s Hot Dogs. The fall carnival begins at 11:30 a.m. […]

Evening storms topple 300-year old tree in Decatur

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt June 19, 2015

This story has been updated.¬† History fell over on Thursday evening. A rush of wind and rain felled a 300-year old red oak tree along East Ponce De Leon across the street from Glennwood Elementary, hitting the Trinity Title building. It was older than the city itself, founded in 1823. Crews from Southland Tree Service […]

Elementary history – Glennwood marks 100 years

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt April 24, 2014

Glennwood Elementary offers the city of Decatur a window into its past. On Friday, the school’s staff and parents will celebrate the school’s 100th anniversary. The April 25 event kicks off at 5 pm. In addition to the food and festivities, students also plan to bury a time capsule. Principal Dianna Herron-Watson greeted a reporter […]

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