By: Hannah Sanborn
In the dynamic realm of educational support, the smiling face of Carrie Repole stands out as a strong resource for Gladiators, radiating warmth and dedication.
Many already know Repole from her previous role as a data clerk at Glenwood Middle School. Last year, she joined the Glenelg community when she filled the role of the Student Services Secretary.
By: Steven Moe and Milith Batchu
To the outside observer, Ruichen “Grayson” He is a lot of things.
He is an honors student, Model UN president, former SGA class president, defensive starter on the varsity football team, and a state record-holding discus champion who is nationally ranked in the discipline.
By: Bell West and Michael Lau
Glenelg prides itself on its sense of community with its students and staff. This year, we welcome our newest Glads who look to make a lasting impact.
By: Karlie Harris
That new face and presence you’ve seen walking Glenelg’s halls? No, it’s not actor Eric Dane who plays Mark Sloan on “Grey’s Anatomy.”
But like Sloan, a doctor on the show, it is someone who has his sights set on helping others.
Glenelg’s new Student Resources Officer (SRO) Brandon Lapp is determined to build a better bridge between the police department and students this year and for years to come.
By: Annika Kunz
Moving to the other side of the world, starting a new life, learning a new language – welcome to the life of an exchange student. Or, more accurately, welcome to my life!
This past summer, I moved from Germany to the U.S., all by myself to spend my sophomore exchange year here. In a series of writings, I hope to provide you the opportunity to get to know the perspective of a non-American person on certain topics.
By: Jimmy Kapinos
“Taking on a challenge is a lot like riding a horse, isn’t it? If you’re comfortable while you’re doing it, you’re probably doing it wrong.” These words from Jason Sudeikes's titular character Ted Lasso can be said about all students on their high school journey. But the same philosophy also applies to the way all teachers and staff approach their work, including Hastings-Hauf herself, who began her third year as Glenelg's principal. I sat down with her to ask questions that may be on students' minds.