The Glenbrook Foundation wishes to extend our deepest thanks to the the Athletico Center for their generous donation and sponsorship of, “A Night of Glenbrook Theater.”
Tickets to a “Night of Glenbrook Theater” will go on sale on Thursday, February 11th on showtix4u.com. Gather your friends now to purchase tickets in advance to this exciting evening of dinner theater featuring the North/South musical Aida at Glenbrook North High School on Saturday, April 30th. This the Foundation’s sole fundraiser for the year, and a great way to catch up with alumni and friends. We look forward to seeing you there!
The Glenbrook Foundation hosts
“A Night of Glenbrook Theater”
A Dinner Theater Benefit featuring
Saturday, April 30th
Glenbrook North High School
5:00 pm Dinner
7:30 pm North/South Musical
$75 includes Dinner, Ticket to the Musical
and a Foundation Donation
Tickets available in March online @ SHOWTIX4U.COM
* seating is limited *
The Glenbrook High School Foundation raises funds for programs and resources for District 225 students to enhance, enrich and expand their educational experience. The Foundation funds student scholarship programs and annually awards Teacher Innovation Grants.
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The Foundation along with District 225 recently selected the recipients of the 2015 Teacher Innovation Grants. Innovation Grants are annually awarded to projects that clearly advance student learning and achievement in our schools in a creative manner incorporating the tenets of best practices in secondary education.
This year the Foundation selected Off-Campus teachers Pa’al Joshi and Tricia Lazarro (pictured below) as the recipients of the Innovation Grants. Pa’al Joshi is a Special Education teacher who is the head teacher for Glenbrook United, an organization that serves students with intellectual disabilities and competes in Special Olympics. Joshi’s grant will provide his students with the necessary athletic equipment to participate in the Special Olympics this year.
Tricia Lazarro was awarded an Innovation Grant to expand her STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) based project for students in the Off-Campus and Evening School programs. Lazarro was awarded funds to purchase a Glowforge 3D Laser cutter which will allow her students to create products which include engraving and etching glass and metal.
Congratulations to Pa’al and Tricia! The Foundation is thrilled to help you advance your students’ learning through these worthwhile projects.
The Glenbrook Foundation held a contest on Facebook the week before this year’s Back-to-School party. Any student or parent of a student of the Glenbrooks could “like” our Facebook page for a chance to win $100 towards the activity or club of their choice. We selected two winners for this year’s contest. GBN Freshman, Olivia Cohen, donated to the GBN Theatre Department. GBS freshman, Gretchen Hianik donated to the GBS Girls Field Hockey team. Congratulations Olivia and Gretchen!
The Glenbrook Foundation’s 2nd annual Back-to-School party, held on Saturday, August 29th at Glenbrook South High School, proved to be another fun, family-friendly event for the communities of Glenview and Northbrook. Alumni, current students and administrators, families and friends all came together to enjoy a night of carnival games, sports in the gym, swimming in the pools, food trucks, and “The Incredibles” on the big screen. The event drew more than 500 people from the surrounding community who were able to enjoy first-hand all the wonderful facilities that Glenbrook South High School has to offer. The party is championed as a way to bring families together and introduce communities from both schools to the good work being done by the Glenbrook Foundation.
The Foundation would like to recognize all the efforts of Dr. James Shellard and his staff for making this event such a huge success. Students from Glenbrook South and Glenbrook North High Schools participated in the event, engaging kids with fun carnival games and prizes throughout the evening. Trustees of the Glenbrook Foundation were in attendance, as well as many friends of the Foundation who generously donated their time at the party. “The evening had a real positive, enthusiastic vibe,” said Beth Bassler, Glenbrook High School Foundation Chair. She credited much of the evening’s success to the more than 65 GBS and GBN peer mentors, who volunteered their time to work together “toward a common purpose to represent their high schools while welcoming future Spartans and Titans and their families to the event.”
The Glenbrook Foundation would like to thank the following generous sponsors of the Back-to-School Party:
The Foundation is hosting its annual All-Community, Back-to-School Party on Saturday, August 29th from 6-9 pm at Glenbrook South High School. This FREE event will take place rain or shine and is for all Northbrook and Glenview community members, students, and alumni. Glenbrook students will open their doors for an evening of games and prizes, open pools, a movie on the big screen, and a Food Truck fest. Save the date for this fun family event!