Mrs. Pratt's third graders at Boulevard wrote and published poetry and had a chance to present their poems to their families on Thursday, June 21. Each student wrote a spring acrostic and a spring haiku and illustrated the creations too. The poems were then published into a bound book entitled Spring Changes: A Book Of Poems.
5th-graders visit GMS, move up in ceremony
Fifth-graders in the
Gloversville Enlarged School District marked their transition to
the middle school on June 22 with special activities at the middle
Third graders participate in Poetry Slam
On June 10 Miss LeBarron's third grade class invited their parents to a Slam Poetry performance at Boulevard. Students presented poems they had written during their poetry unit. Students used expression, fluency and emotion to present their personal writing pieces.
Students share book they created with signing
On June 3, Jane Cornell's pre-K students at Boulevard invited their parents to school for a book-signing of their original publication “Our Tree Book.”
Gloversville alumni discuss careers with fifth graders
Alumni volunteers turned out for the
district's annual Career Day event to encourage fifth graders to
think about their futures in the workforce. Students rotated among
different stations talking with and posing questions to past
Students compete in Minute-To-Win-It
As part of its PBIS program, Boulevard students participated in their own version of Minute-To-Win-It. The
Positive Behavior Intervention Support program rewards students behavior
that models the “Three Bs” – Be Responsible, Be Respectful, Be
3rd-graders share original folktales
Third-grade students in Mrs. VanNostrand's class at Boulevard Elementary School wrote and illustrated their own folktales. Parents were invited to the school for the students to share their creative writing pieces.
Lowe's works with pre-K students on project
Lowe's staff members recently visited to Mrs. Cornell's pre-kindergarten classroom as part of Lowe's "Build and Grow" community program.
Students get to know emergency responders at literacy event
Reading books and answering questions about their jobs, emergency personnel including a police officer, a firefighter, a nurse and a National Guardsman participated in a "Meet Our Rescue Heroes" Literacy Night Thursday, Feb. 24.