Glendale Primary School, built in 1924, provides educational services to students in prekindergarten through grade two. Its teaching staff includes a guidance counselor, psychologist, speech and language pathologist, and occupational and physical therapists. The school also employs a support staff of instructional assistants, librarians and custodians. Glendale Primary School organizes a variety of cocurricular activities, such as winter and spring concerts, grandparents' days, parent workshops, guest speakers, and student achievement and recognition ceremonies. The school maintains a kids garden club, which is an after-school activity for children who want to learn more about plants and nature. Glendale Primary School has an annual enrollment of approximately 400 students and is a part of the Bedford City School District, which operates more than five schools and serves over 3,800 students in Bedford, Ohio.