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On Monday, we recognized one student from each grade level who are "living their day, the Timbertail Way!" Specialists nominated students as well.  We are proud of you!


Student Council Election

Last week, over 40 students campaigned for positions on the Forest Glen Student Council Executive Board.  The students, led by President Anthony Carter,  gave creative speeches that captured the attention of the audience.  Congratulations to all of our candidates and to our new Executive Board.  They are:  Johanna Erdmann, Vice President; Collin Gehl, Secretary;  Lauren Kane, Treasurer and Brett Nysted, Reporter.


Robotics in the Classroom

This Fall, all 3rd and 4th grade students will spend a day with Mrs. Karl doing a Robotic Project.  3rd Graders are doing the "Ramp/Puffball" Challenge and 4th Graders are doing the "SumoBot" Challenge.  Why? Robotics activities promote the use of the 21st Century skills of Team Collaboration, Critical/Creative Thinking and Communication.  Students are using the Mindstorms NXT Robotic Kits that were funded by the Howard Suamico Education Foundation and the Forest Glen PTO. 


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Student Registration Process

Returning Students- 

Student information needs to be updated by Sept. 5th. 
Parents can access through the PowerSchool Parent Portal 


New Students- Click Here to access Online Registration Process


ang.jpgForest Glen Mission Statement:
Ensure that every child reaches his or her maximum potential.

The mission statement at Forest Glen highlights what our school stands for in terms of its values and beliefs. We believe in high quality programming to promote academic achievement for all learners in a safe and supportive environment. 
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from Mrs. Sorenson

General Information

Grades: K- 4

School Day:
8:45 AM - 3:20 PM

Enrollment: 512

Mascot: Timbertail

School Colors

Red, White, Black and Gray


PBIS School of Merit


We are very proud to be recognized as a School of Merit for our PBIS program.  Pictured above are the staff members who initiated this program at Forest Glen!

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