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Glen Dale Center News

Local Farmers help Helmwood Heights through AmericasFarmers#GrowRuralEducation grant. Check Presentation

A grant from Monsanto through a nomination process of our local farmers provided Helmwood Heights with $10,000 to purchase materials for their newly created STEM Lab. This is a hands-on science lab for all students to explore science and engineering concepts.  Thank you, J. Cruse, J. Langley, and B. & L. Thomas, our local farmers for the nomination, G. Wilson the Monsanto rep, J. Ballard, K. Bush and S. Ryan, J. Turner, L. Looten EIS reps and Mayor Edna Berger are pictured along with a few of Helmwood's leaders.

School Safety Comes First!

https://youtu.be/Rm9ChcUgwoA

Very important message for our community.  We all want to protect our children, no matter where they go to school.

Youth Leader of the Year A. Nasir

Based on bios, essays, and interviews, the judging panel has selected A. Nasir as one of two Youth Leaders of the Year.

Great honor!

Possible 'LemelsonMIT' grant for EHS

Click on the link to watch the EHS student interview on WDRB about their $10,000 grant proposal.

//www.wdrb.com/clip/14588869/elizabethtown-students-competing-for-prestigious-mit-grant

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About Us

The Glen Dale Center, located at 1030 Commerce Drive, is a residential facility providing services for teenage girls, ages 12 – 18. This facility is run by Sunrise Children's Services with educational services provided by the Elizabethtown School District. The Glen Dale Center serves up to 20 girls, many of whom have experienced placement disruption, school problems, family problems, neglect, or abuse. Residents receive opportunities to build self-esteem, confidence, and learn the skills to overcome the past. Educational services are provided by three dedicated and caring staff members of the Elizabethtown School District, Helen Wheatley, Paula Crabtree, and Cheryl Morris.