Glenholme School Graduates Seventeen

Despite the limitations of the world pandemic, the Glenholme School hosted its 16th commencement exercise recently, one of the few on-campus graduations in the nation. Seventeen graduates and their families were blessed with a beautiful summer day in Washington. This...

Using Telehealth to Create a Virtual Community

Autism Spectrum News article spotlighting Devereux Pennsylvania’s Community Adult Autism Partnership Program, which transitioned to telehealth services during COVID-19. Team members have found that these services have helped adults with autism maintain structure and...

The Importance of Practicing Empathy

Hello Glenholme Families and Friends:We hope you are well!Today we would like to share a new video from Devereux’s Nefertiti B. Poyner on the importance of practicing empathy.Empathy is defined as the ability to recognize, understand and share the feelings of someone...

Hello Friends and Families!

We hope this message finds you well!As we continue practicing social distancing, we want to remind you of the many resources available on our website: https://theglenholmeschool.org/coronavirus-emergency-prepar…/As always, the health and safety of the children,...

Glenholme students support Flint kids

  Glenholme School in Washington recently celebrated its quarterly donation to flintkids.org. Above, Glenholme teacher Andrew Kepics, left, presents the check to Anna T. and Andrew D. for funds raised for children in Flint.   Click Here to Read More...
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