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Family Handbook details in-person learning protocols

Hybrid Schedule announced

Kraxberger band students share online concert
Musicians from Kraxberger Middle School and Gladstone High School recorded an Almost Spring concert to showcase their work from winter term. The performance can be viewed here:

The seventh and eighth grade bands performed Pumped by Bruce Broughton. The combined high school bands performed Black Forest Overture by Brian Balmages.

Kraxberger launches Million Page Challenge
Teachers at Kraxberger Middle School have challenged sixth, seventh, and eighth graders to see which class can be the first to read a million pages by the end of the school year. The goal is 50 pages per student per day, with Kraxberger staff joining in to help each grade level.

“Research shows us that young readers have better outcomes in school, but the real reason teachers wanted to do this is that we know the power of a good story,” said seventh grade language arts teacher Sarah Lennox. “We always want our students to be able to explore the world through a passion for reading, but now it feels especially important when so much of our lives are spent in our homes. The escape and entertainment that comes from reading is just as valuable as the academic practice students are getting.”

Free meal pickup every Monday at Kraxberger
11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
4-6  p.m. 
Get 5 breakfasts + 5 lunches per youth age 1 to 18

Mondays at the times listed above, families can also pick up a free food bag from the Gladstone Food Pantry, now located behind Hillside Fellowship at 6460 Glen Echo Avenue.

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PLP/Online School: K-12
Theresa Schmidt:
Kindergarten [teacher-led] — Gladstone Center for Children & Families
Heidi Smith:
Grades 1-5 [teacher-led] — John Wetten Elementary
Linda Alberico:
Grades 6-8 [teacher-led] — Kraxberger Middle School
Jennifer Bokenyi:
Grades 9-12 [teacher-led] — Gladstone High
Vicki Baker:

Taking care of yourself is Job One!
In difficult and uncertain times, the most important thing you can do is take care of yourself. Here are some tips from GHS counselors on self care strategies to manage your stress and help you focus on the positive.