Gloversville-Johnstown faculty basketball game changed to Friday, March 3
The 2nd annual Gloversville vs. Johnstown Faculty Basketball Game will be at 6:30 p.m. Friday at Gloversville High School. Admission is $3. Proceeds go to JHS PTSA and GHS students in need. (This is a change from the original date of 2/28.)
Father-Daughter Dance set for April 1
The 7th Annual Father-Daughter Dance is set for 1-4 p.m, Saturday, April 1 at Gloversville Middle School. Ticket are $20 per couple, $5 for additional father/daughter. Tickets are available at each school's main office. Questions? Contact Danielle Romano (email@example.com) or Jennifer Keller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
GHS National Honor Society applications available, due March 6
National Honor Society applications are now available to the more than 70 students academically eligible to apply this year.
GHS students' art work in Saratoga show
Five Gloversville High School art students have been selected for an exhibit at the Saratoga Arts Center.
GHS Winter Guard takes second at Albany Invitational
Congratulations to the GHS Winter Guard. The squad placed second in the Albany City Winter Guard Invitational Saturday, Feb. 4.
Follow GHS Unified Sports on Twitter
The GHS Youth Activation Committee will launch a Unified Basketball team this spring. Follow them on Twitter (@gesdYAC) for updates. Inspired by the principle that training and playing together is a quick path to friendship and understanding, Unified Sports joins people with and without intellectual disabilities on the same team.
GHS brings science experiments to elementary classes
To help them build a stronger science foundation and get the students excited about science, GHS Chemistry Teacher Jen Hazzard has been visiting fourth grade classrooms in the district teaching them about physical and chemical changes.
GHS gears up for Unified Sports this spring
Gloversville High School students attended a Youth Activation Summit on Jan. 27 at Saratoga High School. The summit provided the students, who are members of the school's new Youth Acitivation Committee, training on how to create awareness for students with disabilities.
Computer crimes investigator tells students to be careful when posting online
Inappropriate social media posts and photos can come back to haunt students even if they think their profiles are set to private and the messages are deleted, a state police investigator recently explained to Gloversville students.
GHS students chosen for Saratoga art show
Six students from Jason Harrod and Kari Laubscher’s art classes have been selected to show their artwork at the annual All Stars Exhibition at the Saratoga Arts Center.
2017-18 Program of Studies available
Planning for the 2017-18 school year will begin when students return from the holiday break. The Program of Studies is available to help planning for the upcoming school year. Scheduling will begin the second week of January and will go through the second week of February.