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August 24, 2016

Kingsborough Elementary news headlines

Posted 8/1/16

Kingsborough hosts Meet the Principal night

Kingsborough Elementary hosted a Meet the Principal night on July 27 to introduce the school's new leader, Kimberly Ackerbauer-Ross to give parents and students a chance to talk with the new principal before the start of school. See photos

Reposted 8/18/16

Pre-K enrolling for September

There's still time to enroll in the Gloversville Enlarged School District's free, full-day pre-kindergarten program. Applications are being accepted now for the start of school in September. read more and learn how to sign up

Posted 7/11/16

2016-17 supply lists available

The teachers for each grade in at Kingsborough have provided lists of supplies for the upcoming school year. View the lists

Posted 7/8/16

A message from Kimberly Ackerbauer-Ross, Kingsborough's new principal

Kimberly Ackerbauer-Ross, the new Kingsborough principal, began work July 1. Principal Ross is looking forward to meeting everyone in the Kingsborough Community. Please read her letter to learn more. view letter

Posted 6/30/16

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 school. See photos

Posted 6/22/16

New Kingsborough principal named

The Gloversville Enlarged School District Board of Education has appointed a new principal for the Kingsborough Elementary School. read more

Posted 6/6/16

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 graduates. Read more and see photos

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