Missouri Connections is a career planning system that we use in the Glasgow School District. Students as well as parents can sign on to this website to learn about more about college and career planning. Students at Glasgow use this tool to complete their Personal Plan of Study and other career exploration activities.
For more information or to connect to Missouri Connections use the following link.
Foster Care Point of Contact
Mike Reynolds is the Glasgow School District Foster Care Point of Contact. Erika Derboven assists with these duties as well. All foster care questions should be directed to Superintendent Mike Reynolds at 660-338-2012.
CARE Basket Information
Central Missouri Community Action (CMCA) is preparing for the 5th annual Community Action Relief Event, also known as the C.A.R.E. Basket initiative. They seek donations from businesses/individuals/organizations of items that cannot be purchased using the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (S.N.A.P, formerly Food Stamps). These items include toilet paper, paper towels, facial tissues, dish soap, paper plates, napkins, trash bags, freezer storage bags, saran wrap, etc. They can also personalize the baskets for families and include items such as shampoo/conditioner, hand soap/hand sanitizer, tooth brush/tooth paste, diapers/wipes, etc. They use any checks/cash donations to purchase some of the personalized items.
The baskets are assembled in December and are given to families during the Holiday season. Additional information is below under CARE Basket Suggested Donation List and New CARE Basket Referral Form.
“Has the idea of becoming a foster parent and opening your home to a child who needs you been weighing on your heart?”
There are currently 13,000 children in foster care in the state of Missouri and though each child’s situation is different but each child dreams of having a place to call “HOME.” A place that is warm, clean, safe, and nurturing. Could this be your home? Please consider the follow quote:
“A hundred years from now it will not matter what my bank account was, the sort of house I lived in, or the kind of car I drove…but the world may be different because I was important in the life of a child.” And this child will be thankful for YOU.
If you would like to receive more information, please contact the Randolph/Howard County Children’s Division at 660-263-4330 x255 to reach Resource and Licensing Worker, Kayla Zwonitzer today!