Park Glen

April ​​
July 31-Aug 1- Kinder Camp
Aug 9- Meet the Teacher 6-7p
Aug 15- First Day of School
Aug 20- 4th Grade Orientation 5:30-6:15p
Aug 21- Kinder Orientation 5:30-6:15p
Aug 21- 3rd Grade Orientation 6:15-7p
Aug 22- 1st Grade Orientation 5:30-6:15p
Aug 22- 2nd Grade Orientation 5:30-6:15p


The Park Glen PTA is very active in providing academic enrichment to the students and staff through a variety of programs!

Arts in Education

For more information:

PTA Reflections is a nationally acclaimed student recognition program to encourage artistic creativity in the classroom and at home. Students of all grades and abilities may participate and explore the arts based on the 2017-2018 theme: Within Reach.  Please visit the website for more info and submission entry form.  For more questions, please contact Jen Logan .

SUBMISSIONS DUE NOV 8!! Place submissions in the folder on the Reflections Poster on the wall in the hallway at PGE near the cafeteria!

Students may choose one or all of the available arts categories:
  •  Dance Choreography
  •  Film Production
  •  Literature
  •  Music Composition
  •  Photography
  •  Visual Arts


  • Fun way to boost your child's math skills 
  • Rewards and incentives throughout the year!
  • Follow the Calendar on this website for when worksheets are available and when they are due.

Cheetah Math Worksheets

Congratulations for Completing CHEETAH MATH!!
Cheetah Math has been overhauled from previous years to become more relevant to the education level being taught in each grade!  This is not a mandatory program, but it is a great way to boost your child's skills and love of math and earn great rewards and prizes throughout the year!   

For more information, please contact Sarah Borg,
Worksheet is all in one document- Kinder just print pages 1-2, 1st-3-4; 2nd- 5-6; 3rd, 7-8; 4th- 9-10


  • Great way for Dad's to make a presence at PGE!
  • Fun activities and events throughout the year!
  • Dad's Club Pizza Night Kick-Off Sept 8, 2017
  • CHS Homecoming Parade Float- Sept 18, 2017
  • Mad Science Night- March 27, 2018 6-8p

PTA is usually thought of as a Mom's Club... but the Dad's Club at Park Glen Elementary is wanting to change that.  Father's are discovering how important it is to actively participate in their children's educations.  According to a 1997 study by the National Center for Education Statistics, children do better in school when their fathers are involved by earning higher grades and enjoying school more.  The Park Glen PTA celebrates having Dad's involved with fun events that are Dad's and Kid's only!  Mad Science Night, Pizza Night and other events showcase how PGE DAD's ROCK!

For more information, please contact Brad Fox,


  • Being a part of the GREEN TEAM, students participate in growing and maintaining school garden during class times
  • Promotes and provides local and global environmental awareness
  • Garden Clean Up- March 3 at 10am... VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!

America is in the midst of one of the most profound and rapid societal shifts in history. Today's generation of children is the first to grow up indoors. Their plugged-in lives are largely devoid of exploring the natural world and we are just beginning to understand the ramifications of their virtual world.

This movement indoors is not benign; there are costs to the health of our children: attention difficulties, hyperactivity, childhood obesity, diminished use of senses, disconnect from things that are real. Additionally, if children are detached from nature, how will they learn about, understand, and value nature? How will the next generation care about the land and be stewards of its resources?

The PGE PTA Environmental Program is dedicated to making our children aware of our local and global environments so that they can become aware of the incredible importance of protecting them for their future and beyond.

For more information, please contact Jennifer Pylant,


PAWS Publishing has been overhauled from previous years to become more of a publication for students to use their creative writing skills to create their own newspaper!  

For more information, please contact Kristyn Laughter,

  • Let your child's voice be heard through creative writing!
  • Published work!



  • Achieving
  • Lasting
  • Leadership
  • Skills
  • Through
  • Advocacy
  • Responsibility
  • and Service
  • Great way for your child to have their voice heard and make a difference in their school
  • Build long-lasting leadership skills
  • Open to PGE 1st-4th Grade Students with paid Student and Parent  PTA Membership ($6.50 each)
  • Meeting Dates: 3:15-4:15p on Sept 14th, Oct 12th, Nov 9th, Jan 18th, Feb 15th, Mar 8th, Apr 19th, May 10th (may include other special events like Spirit Nights and Movie Night)

The PTA All-Stars (Achieving Lasting Leadership Skills Through Advocacy Responsibility & Service) is a dynamic and exciting student leadership program.  Students will have the opportunity, with a paid PTA membership, to participate in and
attend monthly meetings, provide service when needed, and have their voice be heard by the PTA Board. Now in it's second year we've seen how this program positively impacts the lives of our students. We will spend the year working passionately with them to impart long lasting leadership skills in a fun positive learning environment.

To join the PTA ALLSTARS:
1) Sign you and your student(s) up as paid Park Glen PTA members AND
2) Complete a PTA ALLSTARS permission form for each of your students wishing to be a part of this new council (this has all the necessary dates as well)


For more information, please contact Kym Nguyen,


  • Earn great awards for reading books that you love!
  • Promotes a love for reading
  • Enhances reading ability and fluency
  • Completely revamped program!

PGE Reading Olympics is an academic enrichment program that encourages students to increase the quality and quantity of books that they read for enjoyment.  The Reading Olympics program is based upon the belief that good reading habits form the foundation for a productive and successful life!  This is a completely revamped program!! Download the Reading Olympics flyer and Reading Log below.

For more information, please contact Milina Stoddard


  • October 23-31st
  • Amazing Week to promote a Drug Free Life!
  • Activities and Fun Week for Kids!
  • Costume Parade

Red Ribbon Week Themes:
Monday :
These Paws Don't Touch Drugs- Wear Red
Be All You Can Be, Drug Free- Wear Camo
The Force is with me, drug free.
Wear a Star Wars Themed Shirt

Thursday:Sock it to drugs
Crazy Sock Day (Fun Run Day)
Friday: Good Character, Good Choices- Dress as your Future Career

Oct 31- Storybook Character Parade!- Dress As Your Favorite Book Character!

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Your Future is the Key, So Stay Drug Free is the 2017 Theme!

What is Red Ribbon Week?  It is a National Red Ribbon Campaign Pledge when parents and educators dedicate their time to talk to our children about the dangers of drug abuse.  We set clear rules for children about not using drugs and set good examples of how to live a drug free life.  Each day of this week will have a fun theme for kids!

For more information, please contact Melanie Gray,


  • Parent Dedications (these will go on sale Feb 1, 2018!)
  • Great keepsake for your child's memories!
  • Perfect gift to show your appreciation for your child's teacher!

Purchase online:

The PGE CHEETAH YEARBOOK is a great keepsake for your child's memories here at Park Glen Elementary.  This hardcover book has clubs, classes, and events throughout the year.  There will be a Cover Contest in the Fall to earn your child's drawing on as the front and back cover of the yearbook.  There are also dedications that you can purchase in February to show how much you care that will be printed in the pages of the book.  You can purchase the book online or through handouts that will be sent home with your child.  If you have any photos you would like to share during the year, please send your high-resolution/actual size photos to our Chair via email or by using the app.

For more information, or to share your photos, please contact Amy Norris,

Yearbook Dedications are a great way to tell your child you are proud of them, to share a special memory or to give them encouragement for the coming year.  If you would like to purchase a dedication, click the link below to print an order form or pick up a form in the cafeteria.

Yearbook Dedication Order Form
DUE FEB 14, 2018
We would love for you to share your photos with us from events, parties and activities at the school!  Just download this free app  and you can share your photos right from your phone! Please make sure that they are high-resolution/actual size!

Image Share for iOS (iTunes store)

Image Share for Android (Google Play store)