Please see this overview of each of our elementary summer programs. Click the links below for registrations and more details on each program:
Thank you to everyone who has donated spare change and bills and new socks for our Student Leadership Team’s Gotta Have Sole drive! We are hoping to put as many new shoes on homeless children as possible! As a reminder, here are some ways you can help!
Collection Jars: Raid the piggy banks and search the couch cushions. We will have several stations available at school for students to donate change and/or bills. All donations go directly towards socks and shoes for children living in local shelters.
Socks: Gotta Have Sole includes a new pair of socks with every pair of shoes. Please consider sending in a new pair of socks (sized newborn, toddler or youth). There will be sock collection bins alongside the coin collection stations!
Donate Online: Click here to help us maximize our impact. Whether you give $5 or $25, it all adds together to make a BIG difference in the lives of homeless youth. (If you or your business would like to match our efforts, please reach out to email@example.com)
Personalized Cards: All Glover kids will have the opportunity to make cards in school! Remote students can access the personalized card template here. This a very meaningful and completely free way to demonstrate empathy and compassion. The cards are included with shoes delivered to children living in shelters and offer hope and encouragement.
As of April 5, 2021: All in-person students full day, 8:50am-3:19pm
NEW to in-person learning? View this video that will help you visualize our bus, car line, and walker procedures.
Door 5 is back open again. All Kindergarten students, Mrs. Brink, Mme. Bonner, and Ms. Comer/Donohue’s walkers should now enter through and get picked up at Door 5.
Click here for A MAP of Glover School with hallways and doorways demarcated.
Our comprehensive Arrival and Dismissal procedure document.
The expectation for families both at arrival and dismissal is that once you exit your vehicle or walk onto school property, you and your child(ren) are wearing a mask. Please do not wait until you walk up to the school to put your mask on. If you are using the car line, children should be masked and ready to go before the car is stopped. Please practice safe social distancing when walking to the school, using crosswalks, and waiting for children.
Please CLICK HERE for additional information about Food Services, Lunch and Movement breaks, Bus Transportation, and Medication Drop-offs.
These messages of encouragement, positivity, kindness, and empathy line our hallways and we thought you would enjoy seeing our smiling faces and knowing what it means to be a Glover Kid!
Check out our water bottles and socks!
Support our school and buy Glover Gear! Click the photo below!
Karen McDavitt, Principal, firstname.lastname@example.org
Sara MacNeil, Assistant Principal/Curriculum Coordinator, email@example.com
Deb Woods, Administrative Assistant, firstname.lastname@example.org
Elizabeth Bowen, Team Chair, email@example.com
Maureen LeBlanc, School Nurse, firstname.lastname@example.org
Brian Powers, Adjustment Counselor, email@example.com
Christine Howley, Adjustment Counselor, firstname.lastname@example.org
Marti McKenna, Family Outreach Liason, email@example.com
Somaly Prak-Martins, Senior Director of Education Equity, shares the following:
The Quality Review Survey is a project commissioned by MPS leadership and facilitated by Cambridge Education. As part of this effort, we invite all community members to participate in an online survey and/or focus groups to share their experiences.
A survey link was sent directly to the email address we have on file. If you do not have an email address and would like to fill in the survey and/or participate in the focus group or did not receive a survey, please reach out to the Senior Director of Education Equity at firstname.lastname@example.org or click on the links in this Quality Review Survey attachment.
As of now, Glover has a 13.1% response rate from families. Please consider completing the survey as your voice is important!
Thanks to our friends at Milton Access TV for helping us out
with this video!
As we look towards April break, it is important to remind all families that the Massachusetts Travel Order is the minimum requirement that MPS has to follow but MPS policy remains consistent: if you travel out of state, you must produce a negative PCR test within 72 hours of returning or quarantine for ten days.
An exception is made for travelers who are fully vaccinated (who have received two doses of either the Moderna or Pfizer COVID 19 vaccines OR who have received a single dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, 14 or more days ago) AND who do not have symptoms. MPS does not allow for any other exemptions that the state allows.
Nurse LeBlanc will be out of the office until Monday, April 26 at 8am. If you travel and would like your child to be cleared with a negative PCR test, please email those results to Maureen and include Principal McDavitt as she will be clearing students on Sunday, April 25 in preparation for Monday.