Admissions

Glenn Public School has been educating elementary students since 1854.  We are proud to offer time outdoors, a nature-rich perspective backed by Common Core Standards, small class sizes to allow for individual attention, and an intimate school community.  While we offer many services including individualized instruction, we do not provide transportation or hot lunch service.  Families of Glenn School students are responsible for transporting their children to and from school and for sending a lunch every day. 

 

As part of the Allegan Area Educational Service Agency (AAESA), we accept K-5 students from  Allegan, Ottawa, and Van Buren counties through the School of Choice program. 

 

Students residing in Glenn simply enroll by calling the school and submitting the enrollment form and Release of Records.

Students residing outside of Glenn must apply for enrollment. To apply, follow these steps:

  • Complete the respective School of Choice Form by clicking the link on the right-hand side of this page

    • Students residing in Fennville, Allegan, Otsego, Plainwell, Martin, or Wayland districts will need to complete a 105 School of Choice Form

    • Students residing in Saugatuck, South Haven, or any other district in Ottawa or Van Buren counties complete the 105C form

  • Submit the application to Glenn School

  • Complete a Release of Records Authorization 

For questions, enrollment forms, or to set up a tour and meet our staff,

call 269-512-7970 or email the office.

Early Childhood Education services (for children 4 and under) are provided by Allegan Area ESA. You can find more information at www.helpmegrowallegan.org.

Homeless Services

Through the McKinney-Vento act, Glenn Public School provides support for any student or families facing the circumstances and/or hardships created by temporary or long-term homelessness.

Homeless services are available to any of the following:

  • Children and youth who are:

    • Sharing the housing of other persons due to loss of housing, economic hardship, or a similar reason (sometimes referred to as doubled-up)​

    • Living in motels, hotels, trailer parks, or camping grounds due to lack of alternative adequate accommodations

    • living in emergency or transitional shelters

    • abandoned in hospitals

    • awaiting foster care placement

  • Children and youth who have a primary nighttime residence that is a public or private place not designed for, or ordinarily used as, a regular sleeping accommodation for human beings

  • Children and youth who are living in cars, parks, public spaces, abandoned buildings, substandard housing, bus or train stations, or similar settings

  • Migratory children who qualify as homeless because they are living in circumstances listed above

If you, or any student or family you know, is facing any of the above housing circumstances, please contact Glenn Public School Homeless Liasion, Jamie Walle, at 269-512-7977 or jamie.walle@glenn.school.

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Contact the Glenn School Office

269.512.7970 or email

cate.rutter@glenn.school

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