The Glencoe Junior High Project proudly supports the Glencoe Educational Foundation and the Glencoe Grand Prix. You don’t want to miss this wonderful event on Saturday, June 3rd!
GJHP would like to invite all 6th grade students to the annual Sixth Grade Social!
(Friday night in March 2018)
Central School Small Gym
$15 online/$20 at the door
What is the 6th Grade Social?
The Sixth Grade Social is a social event for all Glencoe Sixth Graders. It is held in the small gym at Central School and is sponsored by the GJHP (Glencoe Junior High Project). Our Youth Directors and volunteer board members will be there to chaperone the event and make sure the night is filled with fun. This year FAMOS! DJ Entertainment will be there to keep the music playing and familiarizing the kids with some of the traditional activities they will encounter next year at Bar and Bat Mitzvahs. Drinks and treats will be provided.
What is the attire for the social?
The attire for the social varies by what the individual is comfortable wearing. Our goal is for everyone to have fun and be comfortable. Many of the girls dress in nice dresses, however, nice pants or other outfits are completely acceptable. Some girls wear heels, others choose comfort and wear flats or even Converse. It is up to the individual. Most of the boys wear khakis or dress pants and a dress shirt. Some of the boys choose to wear ties or even jackets. That is completely dependent upon the comfort of the individual.
Is this a couples dance?
This is not a couples dance but rather a social gathering for all Glencoe Sixth Grade Students. Often groups of students arrive together, but EVERYONE is welcome.
More information and registration will be available in the fall of 2017 for the 2018 6th Grade Social!
Questions? Please contact Audra Donnelly at email@example.com
Come make blankets with GJHP!
2017/2018 Date TBD
Blankets will be made, then collected and distributed to children in hospitals, shelters, social service agencies, or anywhere that a child might be in need of a big hug.
Project Linus’ Mission:
Provide love, a sense of security, warmth and comfort to children who are seriously ill, traumatized, or otherwise in need through the gifts of new, handmade blankets and afghans, lovingly created by volunteer “blanketeers”.
To learn more about Project Linus please visit the link below
Questions? Contact Audra Donnelly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Friday, October 27th 2017
Central School Small Gym
$10 online/$15 at the door
* DANCING * PHOTO BOOTH * SNACKS *
* COSTUME CONTEST *
Halloween Hoopla is GJHP’s annual halloween dance. We encourage all 5th-8th graders to put on their costumes and dance the night away with music, games and more!
Registration and more information will be released in the fall of 2017.
GJHP invited all 8th grade students and their parents for an informational meeting about making the transition to High School. Come get the “real” lowdown from current New Trier on what it is REALLY like at New Trier!
How do I get around? Will I be able to manage everything? How much free time will I have? Will I meet new friends?
Students meet in the Oasis
Pizza will be served and GJHP Staff will be present to mediate
The student program is designed for eighth graders to have the opportunity to talk to New Trier students and get the “real lowdown” on high school. How do I get around? Will I be able to manage everything? Will I meet new friends? What does everyone wear? Pizza and drinks will be served
Parents meet in Misner Auditorium
FSG Staff will be present to mediate
A parent discussion about the transition to high school will be held at the same time from 4-5pm at the Misner Auditorium at Central School. This program is hosted by Glencoe Junior High Project, Glencoe School District 35 and Family Service of Glencoe.
Parents and students will meet in separate rooms to encourage open conversations about anything and everything!
More information and registration will be available in May 2017!
Questions? Contact Audra Donnelly at email@example.com or 847-835-7623.