Kindergarten sets fundraising record!
Gladstone kindergarten students had their best-ever jog-a-thon at the Gladstone Center for Children & Families. They raised a record-setting $10,230, far exceeding their original goal of $5,000.
Each student got pledges from parents, grandparents, and friends. Then the students ran laps in their physical education class to earn money for their school. The funds raised will be used for field trips, classroom supplies, equipment, and incentives for safe, respectful, responsible behavior.
“We are beyond grateful for the contributions from our families in support of our Kindergarten students,” said GCCF Director Sarah Dunkin. “As a result of the money raised, teachers will be able to provide experiences and enrichments inside and outside of the classroom.”
School Board meetings to remain online
Due to the rapid spread of the omicron variant, the January 12 and February 9 School Board meetings will take place via Zoom teleconference. The public is invited to attend by registering via the link found in the agenda posted for each meeting.