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The PTA is looking for Positive Parent Presence within the school. If you would like to join, please see Mrs. Payne for details.

Glenmount is now offering gifted and advanced classes. If you are interested in your child being in the GAL program, see Mrs. Algarin

 The staff of GEMS are committed to our Mission Statement 
* Children are our business:They come first
* Parents are our partners 
* Victory is in the classroom
* Continuous improvement in teaching, leadership, and accountability is the key to our success
* EVERY member of this community shares the responsibility for the success of our school 

 Uniform Shirt Orders can be placed in the main office
Shirts are $10-$12  

GEMS PTA needs your help!  
Go to the PTA link located on the bottom left of this page
Congratulations to our Principal, Mr. Benjamin Mosley
Mr. Mosley was nominated for this year's Baltimore City Elementary Principal of the Year!
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Parents! We need you!

Please consider joining one or more of our parent partners for the 2017-18 school year.
PTA (Parent Teacher Association)
SFC (School Family Council) 
Interested in becoming a GEM Volunteer?
Click on the Get Involved Tab at the top of this page. Complete the Volunteer Interest form and return it to the main office. You can make a difference!
Important: School Uniforms
Elementary Students, Grades Pre-K - 5 wear navy Glenmount tops and tan (khaki) bottoms.
Middle School Students, Grades 6-8 wear light blue Glenmount tops and tan (khaki) bottoms.
 Shirts with the Glenmount logo can be purchased from the main office
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  • Gifted & Advanced Learners (click here for more information)

    Gifted and advanced learners perform or show the potential to perform at high levels academically, artistically, creatively, or in leadership.There are gifted and advanced learners in every grade and at every school, and City Schools is committed to meeting their needs. 

    In 2016-2017, gifted and advanced learning programs are in place at 28 schools (6 elementary schools, 21 elementary/middle schools, and 1 middle/high school). High school students have opportunities to pursue advanced programming at numerous schools across the district. 

    Seven City Schools have received the Excellence in Gifted and Talented Education (EGATE) award from the Maryland State Department of Education and the State Advisory Council on Gifted and Talented Education, recognizing them for their outstanding programs.

    How are gifted and advanced learners identified?

    City Schools adheres to the requirements stipulated by Maryland regulations (COMAR 13A.04.07) and uses multiple indicators in the identification of gifted and advanced learners. Specifically, City Schools uses nationally normed ability assessments – either the Naglieri Nonverbal Ability Test (NNAT2) or the Cognitive Ability Test (CogAT) - as an initial identifier and then uses data from nationally normed achievement assessments in mathematics and reading –typically i-Ready or the Measure of Academic Progress (MAP) - to formally identify students. Gifted learners are those students whose ability and achievement scores fall in the 90th to 99th percentile range while Advanced learners are those students whose ability and achievement scores fall in the 80th to 89th percentile range. City Schools also uses motivation scales (GES-3) and creativity assessments (Torrance) in limited cases when students pre-qualify in only one of the two categories of ability or achievement. Similar percentile range scores (90th -99th or 80th – 89th) must be obtained to complete the formal identification process for those students.

    If you feel you or your child may be a gifted or advanced learner, please complete and submit the online referral form. The Gifted and Advanced Learning department in City Schools' Academics Office will review and forward the form to your child's school. You will be notified about the status of the submission at each stage of the process.
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  • Congratulations to Glenmount for being Recognized as a Gifted & Advanced Learning Site 

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  • When you shop at Target, located at 5230 Campbell Blvd, Nottingham, MD 21236, Target will make a contribution to Glenmount. Just mention our school to the cashier. Simple as that.
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