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Gloversville Central School District

234 Lincoln Street, Gloversville, NY 12078 • (518) 775-5791 • Robert DeLilli, Interim Superintendent

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February 17, 2018
Students in the Gloversville Enlarged School District
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Posted 2/16/18

Local Hannaford helps GESD fight hunger

The Gloversville Hannaford is helping the GESD Backpack program fight hunger during the month of March. Each time shoppers purchase a Hannaford Helps Fight Hunger Bag at the Gloversville store in March, the district's Backpack Program will receive $1. Learn more about how you can help

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Posted 2/16/18

School safety a top priority at GESD

In the wake of this week's tragic Florida school shooting, GESD offers this message about safety to our parents, students and community. Read district message about school safety

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Posted 2/8/18

Clarification on GHS graduation rate

A Gazette newspaper report contains conflicting information about Gloversville High School’s June 2017 graduation rate. Read more about the GHS 2017 graduation rate

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Posted 1/30/18

GMS to present the musical “Shrek, Jr.”

Mark your calendars: The Gloversville Middle School drama club will present “Shrek The Musical Jr.” the weekend of March 16-18. Rehearsals for the annual spring musical are already underway. More Information about the musical

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Principal appointed to serve as Director of Student Support Services

The GESD Board of Education appointed Kimberly Ackerbauer-Ross as the district’s new director of Student Support Services, effective Jan. 1. Read more about Ross' new role

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Kingsborough welcomes new principal

GESD educator Trisha Bobowski started the new year in a new position after being appointed the next principal of Kingsborough Elementary School in late December. Read more about the new principal

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Pre-K enrollment set to open January 2 for 2018-19 school year

The Gloversville Enlarged School District is accepting applications for its full-day pre-kindergarten program for the 2018-19 school year beginning Jan. 2, 2018. More about Pre-K enrollment

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Superintendent search to reopen

Unable to reach consensus regarding a top pick, the Gloversville school board has decided to reopen its search for the next superintendent of schools. Interim Superintendent Robert DeLilli will remain with the district through the end of the current school year. read more about the decision

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K-9 sweep completed at GMS and GHS 

Local law enforcement conducted a sweep of the Gloversville Middle School and Gloversville High School with K-9 police dogs trained to find illegal drugs and other substances. The searches found no illegal substances in either building. Read more about the sweep

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Superintendent search update

The Gloversville Board of Education has narrowed its search for the next superintendent of schools to three finalists. The three candidates will participate in a final round of full-day interviews before the board makes its selection prior to the holiday break later this month. Read more about the finalists

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GHS teacher named NYS Master Teacher

GHS science teacher Jennifer Hazzard is the first Gloversville educator to be selected for the New York State Master Teacher program. NYS Master Teachers are specially designated teachers in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) subject areas. Read more about NYS Master Teacher program

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Counselor appointed assistant principal

The Board of Education appointed longtime school counselor Andrew Jablonski the new assistant principal for Gloversville Middle School, effective November 13.  Read more about new assistant principal

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Gloversville schools receive food donation

Staff from Steet Toyota delivered a supply of non-perishable food to Park Terrace Elementary School on Nov. 21. The food will be available to assist district families experiencing a unique hardship or emergency. More information about the donation

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Information about Nov. 1 incident at GMS

This morning at Gloversville Middle School, students reported to the building principal that another student had brought a weapon to school. A pellet gun, found in a book bag inside the student's locker, was immediately confiscated. No one was harmed or threatened. More information about the incident

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Superintendent search

HFM BOCES is assisting the Gloversville School District Board of Education in its search for a new superintendent of schools. All candidates must submit applications by Oct. 27. The first round of interviews is expected to take place in late November. More information about superintendent search

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Boulevard students collect coins to help hurricane victims

Throughout September, students collected spare change to donate to the Red Cross for hurricane recovery efforts. Read more about Coins for a Cause

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Case of mistaken identity leads to report of attempted abduction

GESD officials are assuring parents and the community that an incident at Kingsborough Elementary School Tuesday afternoon was not an attempted abduction. Read District statement 


District opens for 2017-18 school year

Students returned to the classroom Sept. 6 for the first day of school in the newly reconfigured Gloversville Enlarged School District. view photos from across the district


GHS announces August graduates

GHS recognized the Class of 2017 August graduates Monday, Sept. 11, in the middle school auditorium. see the list of graduates


Meningitis vaccine required for 7th or 8th, 12th-graders before school starts

Students entering seventh or eighth and 12th grades must be vaccinated against meningococcal disease in order to attend school in New York state.  rEAD the full story

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