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Principal Coffee Talk

Time: 8:45 PM – 9:45 PM
Location: Glacier Point Middle School, 9426, 4055 N Bryan Ave, Fresno, CA 93723, USA (Library)
Dec 14
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Announcements

Grapevine

Grapevine-Winter, 2018

The winter, 2018 edition of Central Unified's magazine, Grapevine, is finally here! We're excited to present a new design and layout with the same exciting news and updates about all of the great accomplishments and events in our district! We hope you enjoy this new look!
Holiday Joy

Holiday Joy Food Drive 11/26-12/11

Just a friendly reminder that the last day to bring NON-EXPIRED NON-PERISHABLE food items for our annual Holiday Joy food drive, sponsored by the Foundation for Central Schools, is TUESDAY, DECEMBER 11. Canned meats, fruit, veggies, soups, beans, dry pasta, rice, peanut butter, box cereal, flour & sugar. No jars of baby food. Since we cannot accept expired food, PLEASE BE SURE TO CHECK THE DATES. If you wish to volunteer to help organize and distribute food boxes, come to God's Family Church (7272 W. Shaw Ave. Fresno, CA) from 8:00 AM to noon on Saturday, December 15. For more info, click on the headline above. Thank you for helping our community and showing Central cares!
Yearbooks

YEARBOOKS ON SALE!

Yearbooks are on sale now! $30 until winter break and $40 next semester.
Saturday School

SATURDAY SCHOOL DATES

The dates for this years Saturday School is as followed.... September 15th (Library), October 13th, December 1st, December 15th, January 26th, February 23rd, March 9th, March 23rd, April 6th, May 4th and May 18th
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Principal's Message

Welcome!

Welcome to the 2018-19 school year! As I start my fourth year here, my goal is to continue to work together to make Glacier Point a great place for students with a culture of high expectations and rigor in engaging, student centered classrooms. Of course students can’t learn unless they feel safe, so we will continue to use PBIS strategies and PAWS to set the expectations for student behavior and then restore relationships if students falter. It is my sincere desire for students to be challenged as learners and to feel a part of greater community where they know the adults on campus care about each and every one of them. We are creating a culture here where Failure is NOT an Option. This will start with every student receiving a binder, a planner, and supplies the first week of school. Let’s have a great school year!

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